Working with You
How We Do It
Working with You
There’s more than one way to approach healthy eating. What works for one person won’t necessarily work for another. We recognise the benefit of a tailored plan unique to you.
We believe our nutritionists have all bases covered to provide you with guidance for a healthier lifestyle.
Your nutritionist will review your way of life, take stock of your work, family, friends, habits, hobbies and leisure time. With diet, they can look into your preferences, cooking skills, any allergies and intolerance, with a view to achieving your nutrition goals..
Balance should be the ultimate aim.
If you are looking to shed a few pounds, we will work with you to help you achieve your goal.
Calories matter but focusing on food quality is equally important if you want to prevent weight gain.
High-quality foods, in appropriately sized portions, are the best way to control your weight.
High-quality foods include unrefined, minimally processed foods such as vegetable, fruits and nuts, whole grains, healthy fats and healthy sources of protein.
Whatever body type you are, we will look at suitable options to maximise your well-being.
To keep at a weight you are comfortable with means focusing on a healthy lifestyle, combining regular exercise with a healthy diet.
Your daily goal should be to get in all the major movements required for your body: Push, Pull, Squat, Lunge, Hinge, Rotate, Walk/Run.
Particular exercises can be harmful if they are not suitable.
The nutrients you need are from these five groups: Vegetables, Fruit, Whole grains, Lean meats/Poultry and Dairy.
We cannot stress the importance of drinking water.
The foods you should limit in your diet are ones that contain saturated fat, added sugars, added salt and alcohol.
Our team will review all aspects of your life and focus on where you need help most.
Stress – Releases hormones into our bloodstream, Overuse means the effect of the hormones is not as strong, Learning how to reduce and cope with stress should be your priority.
Alcohol -High in calorie content, Low on nutrition, Contributes to weight and drinking to excess can lead to high blood pressure and liver damage.
Exercise – Weight loss, Builds muscles and bones, Lifts mood and Beats stress.
Sleep – Helps body to renew, Improves immune system and Influences our psychological well-being