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Diet and Nutrition

Losing weight can be a complicated business, especially if you have attempted many times only to once again confront failure, you must seriously consider a number of issues. Genetics, your current health status, and of course, your eating habits and behaviour around food, and your realistic activity levels all play part in your weight issues. As a result, a single diet regime won’t work for everyone which is why we are able to offer targeted advice and a truly bespoke programme for each of our clients. In this way, we address your individual needs in order to obtain the optimum desired results.

If you are trying to reach a goal for a special occasion, we are able to help you achieve a quick, but healthy weight loss goal. Our Nutritionist is educated and capable of giving the very best nutritional advice so that, even if you are like most people, someone who “enjoys their food.” you can eat and still see the pounds disappear. If you want to learn about which foods to avoid and those to bring into your daily diet, we have a variety of ways to help you. With diverse dietary approaches, we work towards finding the very best strategy that will allow you to achieve success. Our plans can include treatments, diet packages with supplements and specially crafted eating plans. 


                 Weight Loss Diet Plan                       £50                     


  • Weight reduction overall

  • Reduction in the circumference of the waist

  • A better quality of life

  • A good mood throughout

  • No irritability

  • No weakness in the muscles

  • Improved sleep

  • A better social life

  • Improved sex drive


  • How does the diet programme work?

  • A successful health and fitness programme always begins with the essential elements of diet and nutrition. Emphasis is placed on helping you to understand the importance that diet can have on your daily performance and how you feel. It is also important to learn how to maintain, once you have achieved your desired weight. You will undertake a detailed health assessment during your initial consultation.  At this time, we will analyse your calorie and nutrient intake. For one week, you will be asked to complete a food diary that involves documenting everything you consume. This method has proven invaluable in discovering the hidden weaknesses in otherwise healthy diets. By using this diary, we can more accurately evaluate how your present eating routine compares with what you should be eating in order to most effectively reach your desired result. We will then also be able to assess your strengths and the issues that present as your most difficult challenges around food and create a new day-today diet plan.

  • What is the safest type of weight loss diet?

  • You will experience the safest and most long-lasting results when combining a reduced-calorie diet with physical activity that you like. A healthy goal is between 0.5 to 2 pounds each week. You will be coached to make healthy food choices and in portion control. It is important to adopt some form of regular exercise, even something as simple as regular half-hour walks. In combination, these new habits will assist in not only losing, but in keeping the weight off. While the initial purpose of weight loss may be to achieve a slimmer body, these new ways of living may also improve your chances of never developing, or potentially reducing already existing health issues like heart disease, high blood pressure, and type II Diabetes.

  • Do fad diets help me lose weight and keep it off?

  • We do not approve of fad diets as they are not known for helping most people keep the weight off, even if they are somewhat successful initially. Diets that promise a rapid weight loss tend to restrict one of the following: fats, carbohydrates and protein, all of which the body needs in correct proportions. It has been shown that some of these diets do in fact help some people lose a lot of weight, even quickly - at first, but they are difficult, and unnatural, to follow long term. They are quickly tiresome and often result in binge eating of the very food group that you have somehow managed to eliminate for a period of time. Not only does the weight come back almost immediately once a person stops adhering strictly to the fad, these diets may also be unhealthy. By avoiding certain food groups, they may not provide all the nutritional needs to the body. It is also medically unhealthy to lose more than 3 pounds or more in a week; restricting the average body intake to less than 1200 calories is unhealthy. It is generally accepted that consuming less than 800 calories a day for a long time can lead to serious heart problems.

  • Is it true that grain products such as bread, pasta, and rice are fattening and we should avoid them when trying to lose weight?

  • The short answer is that no food, taken in moderation will cause you to gain weight more than any other. Even, whole grains such as brown rice and whole-wheat bread, cereal, and pasta contain the entire grain then they take longer to digest and therefore are often felt to be a better choice as you will stay full longer. Typical dietary advice in order to lose weight most efficiently, the number of overall calories must be reduced and the amount of daily exercise/physical activity should be increased. Rather than concentrating on eliminating grains, a healthy eating plan that replaces many of these entirely starch-based foods with a mixture of fruits, veggies, whole grains, protein foods, and low-fat dairy is preferred.

  • Is it true that some people can eat whatever they want and still lose weight?

  • There is no real mystery to this seeming phenomenon. In order to lose or maintain weight, everyone has to burn more calories than they consume. We all know someone who seems to never worry about their weight and can eat and drink whatever they like. If you ask them, and look closely, you will soon discover that although they may appear to eat a lot and never suffer because of it, they are also consuming more energy than they are taking in. Age, genes, medicines, and lifestyle habits can also have a tremendous impact on weight. Not only do many people tend to move more slowly as they age, the metabolism begins to slow down after the age of about 25. You should talk frankly about all of these factors that may affect your success with our nutritionist. Together, armed with all this information, we feel confident that we can create a plan that will help you reach your weight and health goals.

  • Top weight-loss tips:

    • Choose a low-carb diet

    • Eat a mixture of fat-free or low-fat milk and milk products, fruits, veggies, and whole grains

    • Limit added sugars and salt (sodium)

    • Limited cholesterol and saturated fat

    • Eat low-fat protein

    • Eat the rainbow! (make half of your plate fruits and veggie with vibrant colours that are packed with fibre, minerals, and vitamins)

    • Eat real food

    • Eat only when hungry

    • Measure your progress wisely

    • Be persistent

    • Avoid artificial sweeteners

    • Stress less, sleep more

    • Supplement your vitamins and minerals

    • Use intermittent fasting

    • Exercise smart

    • Get your hormones checked

    • Consider weight loss pills wisely