Whether you are recovering from an injury, starting personal training or an individual wanting to make changes to your diet in order to simply feel the benefits, nutrition can play a powerful role in helping your body to perform at its peak. In addition to reducing inflammation, a healthy diet can help to build muscle mass and eliminate toxins that can stall weight loss or recovery.
Eating a balanced diet is vital for good health and wellbeing. Food provides our bodies with the energy, protein, essential fats, vitamins and minerals to live, grow and function properly. We need a wide variety of different foods to provide the right amounts of nutrients for good health.
The nutrition coaching service includes a personal nutrition plan, including calorie, macro and micro nutrient targets, supplement recommendations and additional advanced nutrition concepts, designed to help you achieve your goal.
Each day’s caloric intake and macronutrient split will reflect your unique body type. This also includes check ins with me which can be done online or in person to keep you accountable.
What is involved?
I will assess your diet and lifestyle and advise your own personal plan for calorie, protein, carbohydrate, fat, and water intake based on your gender, age, height, weight, and activity level. This can be for fat loss, to increase muscle, or for optimal health depending on your goal.
How long will it take for me for feel the benefits?
It will take a minimum of two weeks of you to sticking to your plan to see some kind of result. However it is suggested that you stick to your plan for the entire duration of the course to see and feel maximum benefit.
What happens after my plan has finished?
After your plan has finished, we can re-evaluate your goals and devise the next plan to help you achieve this. If for some reason you’ve been unsuccessful we can evaluate any barriers and we can use a solution focused approach to overcome this.
Should I also be exercising to increase the benefits?
The nutrition plan is based on your activity levels and on how much exercise you are completing per week. If for some reason your plan has been unsuccessful, this can be combined with an exercise plan to maximise your results.