Nutrition is the cornerstone to making you feel great on a day to day basis.
A typical day of eating real food might look like this:
|BREAKFAST||Full fat greek yoghurt with nuts and berries|
|LUNCH||Avocado and prawn salad with olive oil|
|DINNER||Chicken curry with cauliflower|
It is amazing to most of our nutritional clients, who are focused on weight loss, that as soon as they begin to eat real food, their cravings disappear. Many of our ex-sugar addicts go from eating packets of biscuits or family bags of crisps, to often only feeling the need to eat twice a day.
As a client’s quality of life becomes better, their new life begins to revolve less around the hit of the sugar fix. A walk with the family, a shopping trip or even an exercise session, become our clients new sugar highs.
Our 8 week weight loss transformation provides you with the following to help you achieve the results you really want:
* 1 hour individual on-boarding consultation – Goal setting and Statistic Measuring
*2 small group (maximum 8 people) nutrition and exercise coaching sessions per week
*8 weeks – total 16 sessions
*Unlimited MPA gym and fitness class access including yoga for the 8 week duration
*1 hour individual final statistic measuring & “life going forward” support session
Learn how to change your life, feel fantastic, achieve weight loss and never crave sugar again.
Smart exercise for weight loss
At MPA we know that a member who is new to exercise can begin to change their diet to eat real food, and commit to take frequent SMART exercise, their life can be turned around within months.
Smart exercise is effective exercise which happens every day. It might only mean a walk, or 4 minutes of interval training, but the key is to make some form of exercise a part of your daily routine.
A week of SMART exercise for someone who embraces the real food lifestyle might look like this:
|MONDAY||20 minute strength/weight training|
|TUESDAY||20 minute lunchtime walk|
|WEDNESDAY||4 minutes aerobic interval training|
|THURSDAY||20 minute strength/weight training|
|FRIDAY||20 minute lunchtime walk|
|SATURDAY||4 minutes aerobic interval training|
|SUNDAY||60 minute walk in countryside|
Your overall health is our MPA priority.
At MPA we concern ourselves with your lifestyle as a whole, and exercise and weigh loss is just one piece of the jigsaw: Equally important to achieving a long and healthy future are your quality of sleep, happiness at work and in relationships, and of course your nutrition and alcohol consumption.
Current government healthy eating guidelines:
- plenty of fruit and vegetables
- plenty of starchy foods such as bread, rice, potatoes and pasta. Choose wholegrain varieties wherever possible
- some milk and dairy products
- some meat, fish, eggs, beans and other non-dairy sources of protein
- only a small amount of foods and drinks high in fats and/or sugar.
- Choose options that are lower in fat, salt and sugar whenever you can.
As a nation we have been following this advice for the last twenty years with worsening health consequences.
Adult Obesity is 25%
Childhood Obesity is 12-25% (dependent on age group)
Pre-Diabetes is 35%
Type 2 Diabetes is 6%
Costing the NHS 16 BILLION pounds per year?
MPA seminars and nutritional 1-2-1 sessions focus on your health by looking at what you currently eat; and working closely with you to improve your health, your quality of life and your waistline.
If you have any questions or would like a free personal nutritional consultation please email: email@example.com or call Paul Connor direct on 07833564139
The Public Health Collaboration is a charity dedicated to informing and implementing better public decisions for health. This is a charity made up of doctors and health professionals. The use of real food and smart exercise is used to treat and prevent diseases and conditions, instead of prescription drugs. The PHC produce evidence based reports to support their nutritional advice. MPA is passionate to share this scientific advice with its members, in order to help them achieve their desired health and wellbeing goals.