Simple, sustainable eating
The global weight loss and weight management industry was valued at $192.2 billion in 2019 yet the incidence of health conditions such as obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease continue to rise. So, despite the amount of money being spent by consumers, the problem worsens.
Ultimately, every diet out there, however it’s branded, works. If you stick to it, you’ll most likely lose weight. Unfortunately, that’s not the whole story. Maintaining weight loss is where the majority of diets fail. They simply aren’t sustainable. That’s possibly unfair. They’re sustainable for some people, but not the majority. This generally boils down to the restrictive nature of the diet.
What this tends to lead to is a yo-yo effect. Diet, lose weight, start eating normally, put on weight, think you need to get back on the diet or the latest one, lose weight….rinse and repeat.
As someone who’s lost substantial weight has kept it off for over ten years, I’m well placed to offer support and guidance. I’ve also achieved it with no restrictive diets.
I can help you in a number of ways:
- Personalised advice
- Adjustments based on progress
- Meal planning – learn how to plan, prep and make healthy choices (and still enjoy the so-called bad foods)
- Build better habits
- Monitor progress
- Sports Nutrition
It’s not always about losing weight. Sometimes you may want to eat better for your sports performance. Who doesn’t like a pie? But, it’s not always the best thing when you’re trying to maximise your sporting prowess. Get advice on eating for recovery, performance and hydration.