Each of us it’s a complex and unique universe. We are partly what we eat, but not entirely. Some food might work for you but not for others. Preferences and also food availability varies a lot, so a one to one discussion will always have better results on the long term vs a general advice.
Nutrition advice is usually associated with complicated calculations on each meal and the need to measure each quantity of food. Before getting into it so deep there are few simple and efficient ways to get you some visible results without too much hedache. Book a call to find out.
Simple and natural food is easier to assimilate by the body and has the advantage of packing together more nutrients. Processed food has a lower nutrient content for a longer shelf life and even if it is enriched subsequently the effect is just not the same. While it could be difficult to avoid processed food, keeping a right balance is in fact the key. If you are interested in some free eating tips (as mentioned above, not all might work for you 🙂 ) sign up for the newsletter.
Normally, if there is no adverse health condition and you can allocate some time to foster new eating habits and few meal preparation skills, after a certain number of sessions you should become rather independent of frequent nutrition advices.
I want to offer you the peace of mind related to the challenge of engaging in a nutritional advice program. It is normal to prefer testing first if the concepts I promote suit you, or if the way I work is what you are looking for. Therefore, for your first session with Eating Adviser I offer you a 100% refund in case you are not satisfied how the session went and request this in the next 24 hours. The first session is a long one (90 minutes) and it should offer you the possibility to get an idea on how I work. So, if for any reason you are not satisfied, we’ll make it right.
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