Tired of endless dieting, only to find you pile the pounds back on? Mary promises you'll never have to diet again, if you follow her weight management programme.
She'll help you find the best way to reach your optimum goal, advising and motivating you throughout.
With the help of qualified nutritionist, Dinah Millar, firstname.lastname@example.org, a food and nutrition programme will be tailor-made to suit your specific needs, alongside your fitness regime.
Cost: On application
About Weight Loss Management
The key to losing weight is to do it slowly and steadily and in this way you are far more likely to keep it off.
Low calorie diets cause rapid weight loss because you lose water and muscle tissue, and not fat. This slows down our metabolism and consequently the number of calories we burn in a day, which means you'll put weight back on more, the minute you resume your normal habits.
By exercising and improving your fitness level, you will become a more efficient fat burner.
Mary will ask you to keep a five-day food diary, noting down absolutely everything you eat and drink.
When she has analysed it, she will devise your own nutritional eating plan, combined with an exercise programme that will soon have you dropping dress (or trouser!) sizes, becoming leaner and fitter permanently.
MARY'S TOP TEN HEALTH TIPS
How to give yourself more energy throughout the day. Just incorporate the following tips into your diet and you'll have all the energy you need.
1. REMOVE REFINED SUGAR AND CAFFEINE
Including biscuits, ice cream, frosted cereals, tea and coffee.
2. REMOVE FRUIT JUICES AND SOFT DRINKS
Even freshly squeezed juice. It's a concentrated source of sugar.
3. INCREASE INTAKE OF LEAN PROTEIN
Including eggs, fish, shellfish, poultry, lean red meat, tofu or other legumes. Suggested amounts are 150-200 grams for lunch and 50-150 grams for dinner.
4. DRINK PLENTY OF WATER
Drink plenty of water, at least 2 litres a day.
5. EAT GREENS EVERY DAY
For example, broccoli, green beans, asparagus.
6. EAT A WELL BALANCED DIET
A ratio of 60% Carbohydrates, 10% Protein and 30% Fat.
7. HAVE 7 - 8 HOURS OF SLEEP A NIGHT
Include a wide spectrum of multivitamins and mineral supplements.
9. DAILY EXERCISE
Even a brisk walk will do.
10. FIND THE ACTIVITIES, WORK AND PEOPLE THAT MAKE YOU FEEL HAPPY
Living in health company, with people who follow the same healthy habits, can influence your life in a positive way.
You may or may not want to lose weight. But either way, what you put into your body is a vital component of being fit and healthy. Eat rubbish, and you'll feel rubbish!
GENERAL NUTRITIONAL ADVICE
Mary works with local qualified nutritionist Dinah Miller (email@example.com).
Most of us have hectic lifestyles, and it's easy to eat the wrong food, drink too much and forget about looking after our bodies until something goes wrong.
What we eat and drink can massively affect our health, alter our moods and even our hormonal balance, skin and digestion.
It's also essential that you provide yourself with the right fuel to optimise your fitness regime, and to help keep the engine running smoothly while you work out.
Wholesome unprocessed foods provide the body with many nutrients necessary for optimum health. Sometimes ood alone may not be sufficient to support your body and its needs, and occasionally supplements may be suggested by as part of your nutritional programme, to improve metabolic function, correct nutritional deficiencies, and target and support specific organs and systems in the body. Given the right nutrients the body has a tremendous inbuilt capacity to heal and repair itself.
Clinical Research shows that getting your nutrition right can help develop the body's strength and resistance to illness and disease, will probably prolong your life and is highly beneficial in many areas affecting health and well-being.
Mary and Dinah will ask you to keep a food diary for five days, recording every single thing you eat and drink, and then analyse it.
Based on this analysis, she will recommend achievable changes to your eating habits. This is not a diet, but a healthy way of eating that will help you lose weight if that's what you need, get bags more energy and give your mood a massive boost.
Their nutritional advice is simple, easy to follow, and will not leave you feeling deprived.