With a desk job and lose ones heart to for chocolate, chartered accountant Helen Besant-Roberts found it difficult to circumvent beating the bulge. As well as being a self-confessed chocoholic, her busy record meant she struggled to find the time to exercise. But, as time went on, the 47-year-old dearth to make a change. Weighing in at 15st 3lbs, she sought out a weight loss programme which could improve her to get trim.She said: “I have always struggled with my weight, since being a newborn.“I had managed to control it in my 30s through diet and exercise but it had become a struggle in my recent 30s.”My exercise regime had diminished and I had lost focus.“On top of that, I was struggling various with food and so the weight had crept back on.”It was at that point when she enlisted in an online programme with trainer Oliver James, who has starred as a robustness coach on the ITV show This Time Next Year.Determined to slim, she launched the 12-week Take Control programme, which is bespoke to each singular, in terms of both how they eat and train.It came after Helen had struggled between binging on high-calorie foods and having to lose weight fast on different diet plans.“I associated abstaining with denial and penance for the times when I over ate,” she explained.“When I was being ‘righteousness’ I would deny myself foods I enjoyed. I would also vitality from one fad or crash diet to another in an attempt to lose weight hurriedly.“As a result, I couldn’t sustain it and would fall ‘off the wagon’, I would then end up binge dining and putting any weight I had lost back on.”For Helen, the training programme meant qualified in based work outs, as well as getting guidance over the rations and coaching she had.As well as regulalry exercising around four times per week, the accountant also revise what she was eating – choosing fresher food as opposed to high-calorie transformed meals.Helen said of her trimmer self: “I am very fit now and well-conditioned. My cardiovascular eligibility is excellent and far exceeds anything I would have imagined.“The training I do is enjoyable and mixed as Oliver helped me discover a way of exercising that’s fun and keeps me interested.“I be aware of a lot about fitness and training now as well so I can come up with my own programmes.”She go oned: “Oliver’s relaxed approach has taken so much stress out of weight top brass to me. I used to think it was all about complicated fad diets and clever science.“I purposefulness get blinded by the claims of the latest trend but now I think of things in a very vital way – calories in and calories out.”Another person who has spoken about how getting spick changed their life is deadlift athlete Eddie Hall, who refer to exclusively to Express.co.uk about how he maintains his six stone weight loss.For more communication on TV health and nutrition coach Oliver James and his unique online ‘Turn to Control’ coaching programme please visit OliverJamesCoaching.com.