It’s all in the Science

Nutrition for Weight Management:

Being healthy starts with eating clean. Small changes can make a massive difference to your lifestyle, health and wellness.

There are no diet or meal plans involved with how I can help you, I will offer you advice and education along with support and guidance in how to make small changes for long term gain. You can develop new habits, new skills and a new mindset when it comes to what you eat.

Losing weight sensibly and healthily comes through hard work and dedication. It’s not a quick fix and doesn’t start with doing 100 sit ups everyday for the rest of your life. I won’t offer you a fancy 400 kcal a day diet that will see you shed 4 stone in 4 weeks. What I will offer is the science behind clean eating and being healthier from the inside out.

In England, almost 7 out of 10 men and 6 out of 10 women are overweight or obese, and a quarter of adults are obese. Being overweight or obese increases your risk of developing serious diseases such as type 2 diabetes, coronary heart disease and some cancers. The risks of developing these diseases increases the more overweight you are. Obesity can also affect your quality of life and lead to psychological problems, such as depression and low self-esteem. Ideally it is better to avoid becoming overweight by eating healthily and exercising regularly and maintaining this throughout life.

Nutrition for Sport & Exercise:

Not only is clean eating the key to weight loss and being healthier, it’s also the key to fuelling our bodies correctly and efficiently for sporting activities. This can be anything from running a 5k local race to running a marathon or training to be the next best body builder.

Your body is your vehicle, so you have to keep your engine running when you work out. That means fuelling up your body by eating the right foods and drinking the right fluids, in the right amounts at the right times.

The American College of Sports Medicine says, “Adequate food and fluid should be consumed before, during, and after exercise to help maintain blood glucose concentration during exercise, maximise exercise performance, and improve recovery time. Athletes should be well hydrated before exercise and drink enough fluid during and after exercise to balance fluid losses.”

Whether you are trying to lose weight, be healthier or fuel your body correctly for exercise and sporting activities then I can teach you the science behind the methods. I can help you achieve the goals you want to achieve sensibly and effectively. Contact me to arrange a free no obligation consultation.

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