The Health Mindset Programme

Heal your relationship with food & your body

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  • You’ve been dieting since you were a teenager.
  • You’ve lost and regained the same weight over and over again.
  • You feel like all you do is think about food, eat food, track calories/macros/points/syns and then worry about food.
  • You exercise because you feel like you ‘should’ but you don't enjoy it.
  • You choose workouts based on how many calories they burn.
  • You delay things in your life for when you reach a certain goal weight – relationships, career changes, even happiness!
  • You’ve said the words “I’ll be happy once I reach [X]lbs”
  • You’re fed up with all of this and want a permanent change.
  • You’re beginning to realise that diets do not work.
  • You’re beginning to realise that there must be something more to life than worrying about weight, food and calories. [You’re right – there is! So much more in fact and you’re missing it!]

All of this is taking a huge toll on you psychologically, as well as physically.

Research shows that yo-yo dieting and weight cycling damages your metabolism, causes weight re-gain and increases your risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, chronic inflammation and loss of muscle. I bet these were all things you were trying to prevent in the first place, by dieting to lose weight, right?

Psychologically speaking, by dieting you’re much more likely to struggle with disordered eating, such as restriction, bingeing and even purging (which includes over-exercising with the intention of burning off excess calories).

Let’s also talk about the financial cost of dieting. You probably pay gym membership to encourage you to exercise. You may even pay slimming club fees to keep you accountable to your diet. You buy health magazines, vitamins, healthy snacks and new workout clothes.

There's a part of you that clings to the idea of finding 'the right diet' the one that will work this time.

But deep down you know that the next diet will fail too. You’re just not sure how to escape the dieting cycle.

The key to escaping the dieting cycle is the right mindset. The health mindset instead of the dieting mindset.

Without the right mindset, you are just wasting money, time and energy on all that other stuff, while you're still not improving your health or how you feel about your body, and may in fact be causing more damage to your well-being.

I can help you develop the health mindset.

The Health Mindset Programme, brought to you by Beyond The Bathroom Scale ®, is for busy women who want to heal their relationship with food, exercise and their bodies. (That's you, right?)

"As the name of her blog, ‘Beyond the Bathroom Scale’, suggests Karen Oliver believes improved health depends on more than the constant monitoring a narrow range of parameters"

- Susan Krueger, Diet and Nutrition Adviser, Weight Loss Specialist at Your Food For Life



  • When you join, you'll have instant access to all the Quick Start 6-Day Course, Induction Module, Prep-Work content, the Diet Culture Module and the Body Acceptance Module - all within the Health Mindset Programme.
  • New modules are rolled out at the beginning of each month & your Reflective Journal (available to download within the Programme Area) contains a full programme of upcoming modules.
  • Over the next few months we'll be covering Intuitive Eating, Mindfulness and Body Awareness, Emotional Eating, Putting Health Beyond The Scale, and much more!
  • Each topic is broken down into short, bite sized lectures, packed with actionable advice - because I know you have a busy life!


  • For each module there are downloadable PDF worksheets and practical exercises to help you overcome a lifetime of dieting, poor body image and disordered eating.


  • This won't be a case of 'join and forget', there will be monthly accountability check-ins to see how much progress you've made with conquering the dieting mindset and identifying any new issues.



  • You will get angry at an industry that profits from making you feel bad. Together we will tackle diet culture. We’ll learn what it is and how to recognise it, tune out from it and how to finally break out of the dieting cycle.
  • You’ll tune out the harsh voice in your own head that tells you you're lazy, not good enough or not disciplined enough, and you’ll replace that b**** with a compassionate, friendly voice. The real you.
  • You’ll learn how to listen to your body’s cues for what it really wants, and you’ll know exactly how to give it what it wants. This is the antidote to dieting!
  • You’ll learn to love food again and feel at ease with not tracking every little detail about what you eat.
  • You’ll remember what it’s like to move your body for the sake of enjoyment instead of obligation – like when you were a child and ran around jumping in puddles and dancing in your bedroom.
  • We’ll tackle common issues such as poor body image, emotional eating and self- compassion.
  • You’ll learn about a whole new world away from dieting, including the social movements that are fiercely fighting back against diet culture, and promote body confidence and healthy habits without a focus on weight loss.

Your Instructor

Karen Oliver
Karen Oliver

A former Social Worker with a background in Psychology and Sociology, Karen is the Founding Editor of the feminist health psychology blog, Beyond The Bathroom Scale. Juggling the demands of parenting, work and caring for her parents, Karen understands what it means to be busy and why putting your own health first can often feel impossible.

Karen has successfully reversed hypertension and pre-diabetes and overcame her childhood and teenage eating disorders. She credits a huge change in mindset for being able to do this, which is why she launched The Health Mindset Programme.

As featured in:

"Karen believes that the act of writing down your actions and goals makes you feel more committed and accountable and therefore much more likely to succeed. And I have to say, I totally agree."

- Stefanie Grace, Blogger at www.stefaniegrace.com

Take a look at what's inside

A quick guided tour of what you'll find inside The Health Mindset Programme

Frequently Asked Questions

Is this programme a diet & fitness plan?
No, this programme is focusing entirely on improving your mindset and healing your relationship with food, exercise and your body. To do this I draw on my academic and professional background in Sociology, Psychology and Social Work (where I trained in counselling skills).
How can I get the most out of this Programme?
You'll see enormous breakthroughs if you show up and engage with the programme and reviews at least once a month. I recommend you take notes in your included Reflective Journal too, as these are really useful to look back on over time and see how much your mindset has shifted.
What if I am unhappy with the programme?
I would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, please contact me in the first 30 days of joining and I will give you a full refund. Please note: The money back guarantee only applies in the first month of membership. You can cancel your subscription at any time, with just a few clicks and no questions asked.
Is there anyone this Programme is not suitable for?
Yes. This programme is not suitable for anyone with an active eating disorder, as I am unable to provide the intensive individual support and medical expertise required. Please refer to the disclaimer at the bottom of this page for more information.
How long will The Health Mindset Programme last for?
The programme is entirely self-paced. So you may decide to try it out for one month, or you may choose to stay on the Programme for six months, a year or even longer! You can cancel at any time. When you join you will be given a list of the future modules and release dates' to guide you through the Programme, as well as monthly accountability check-ins, where we'll focus one particular bundle for that month. New content is added each month too. You'll be able to pick and choose which ones you take and which in which order you work through them. You'll have unlimited access to the materials for as long as you choose to remain a member of the programme.
Why do you offer a monthly subscription?
Ahhh, I'm glad you asked. I have three reasons: 1) Charging a small monthly fee helps me keep the programme going and helping as many people as I can heal their relationship with food, exercise & their bodies. 2) Research has shown that you're more likely to commit to something that you invest in financially - if I gave access away for free, it's likely that you would sign up and then forget about it. What would be the use of that?! 3) Charging monthly fees instead of one large upfront fee, also means that you can cancel anytime you want if the programme isn't for you.
How long do I have access to the programme?
After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you remain a paying member - across any and all devices you own.
Will I still be charged if I don't use the Programme?
Yes. It works in the same way as Netflix or gym membership - in that it you'll be charged monthly, regardless of how often you log in. Members are encouraged to engage with at least one module a month and the monthly-check in, in order to get value for money and progress through the programme.
Is VAT included in the price?
No. Where applicable, VAT for your country will be automatically added at on the checkout page. I do not have control over this process as it is a legal requirement of the payment gateway.

THMP is not open for enrollment at the moment, so be sure to join the waitlist!.

By enrolling on this Programme you acknowledge and agree to the following.
This programme is not appropriate for people with active eating disorders; if you are suffering from an eating disorder, or have suffered from one in the past please seek professional advice from your GP instead.
Although this course is intended to help heal your relationship with food and eating, for some it may be triggering for anyone who has a underlying eating disorder.
If at any point in the programme you suspect you have the symptoms of an eating disorder, you must seek the appropriate care immediately. Eating disorders must be treated by suitably qualified individuals such as physicians, psychotherapists, or a registered dietitian who specialises in eating disorders.
For Educational and Informational Purposes Only
The information provided in or through this Website is for educational and informational purposes only and solely as a self-help tool for your own use.
Not a substitute for professional advice
I am not a registered counselor, dietitian, personal trainer or any other kind of health professional and do not hold myself out to be. The information contained in this Website is not intended to be a substitute for health or wellbeing advice that can be provided by your own GP or health an wellbeing practitioner. The advice found on this Website should be treated as a suggestion, based on my own personal experience of what works for me, rather than from medical training. This programme is not a substitute for seeking professional help with eating disorders or other mental health issues.
Although care has been taken in preparing the information provided to you, I cannot be held responsible for any errors or omissions, and I accept no liability whatsoever for any loss or damage you may incur. Always seek health care advice from a registered professional, relating to your specific circumstances as needed for any and all questions and concerns you now have, or may have in the future. You agree that the information on our Website is not professional health care advice.
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