Nutrition Coaching

Our nutrition coaching programme is designed to be all-inclusive and to help you reach your health and fitness goals in a way that will last. Through this programme, you’ll learn how to improve your overall health, get in better shape, and change the way your body looks and feels by taking a personalised approach that fits your needs and preferences. Our expert coaches will walk you through the process and help you every step of the way with support, advice, and education to make sure you reach your goals.

What is good nutrition?

In this coaching, it’s our goal to help reprogram your brain when it comes to nutrition. Our goal is to help you get rid of all the silly, oversimplified, and often wrong media myths you’ve heard so you can make room for the real facts. It’s our goal to help you understand how to judge the “goodness” of a nutrition plan.

There are several factors that one should consider when creating a good nutrition plan. Here are the four important criteria that a nutrition plan should meet to be considered effective and good:

Proper energy balance

The first thing a good nutrition plan should be able to do is keep the energy balance in check. This means that the amount of energy consumed should match the amount of energy expended by the body. In general, consuming more energy than is expended can lead to weight gain, while consuming less energy can lead to weight loss. A diet plan that helps you stay at a healthy weight should make sure you get the right amount of energy.

Nutrient density

The second criterion that a good nutrition plan should meet is to provide nutrient density. Nutrient-dense foods are those that have a lot of nutrients compared to how many calories they have. A good nutrition plan should include a variety of nutrient-dense foods to make sure the body gets all the nutrients it needs to work at its best.

Health, body composition, and performance goals

The third criterion that a good nutrition plan should meet is to achieve health, body composition, and performance goals. A good nutrition plan should be tailored to an individual’s specific needs and goals. For example, a nutrition plan for someone looking to build muscle mass may differ from one who wants to lose weight. A good nutrition plan should be designed to help achieve these goals while also ensuring good health.

Honesty and outcome-based

Even though good nutrition can help control energy balance, increase nutrient intake, and support health, body composition, and performance goals, we need to know if it is actually doing these things. You may have heard the following:

  • “My diet is excellent, but I’m still 20 pounds overweight.”
  • “My diet is perfect, but I frequently experience fatigue and low levels of energy.”
  • “Although I make healthy dietary choices, I have high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and type II diabetes.”

It is possible that someone with a healthy diet could still have these problems, but it is unlikely. In other words, people who think they are eating well but aren’t getting the results they want are either not following their plan well or don’t have a good plan. Therefore, it is essential to remain outcome-based all the time.

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Our nutrition coaching approach

In the world we live in now, many of us have problems with our health and fitness. The increasing rates of obesity, being overweight, and other chronic health conditions have raised questions about our lifestyle and eating patterns. The need for a better understanding of our health and wellbeing has become more critical than ever before. Because of this, we have been working with passion to give our nutrition coaching a complete approach.

Our approach to nutrition coaching is a one-on-one and online experience that is both in-depth and up-to-date in terms of the science of nutrition, exercise, and changing behaviours. This method is meant to help people who are struggling to control their weight, gain weight, lose weight, or deal with any other metabolic conditions. We recognise that each individual has unique needs, and our programme is tailored to accommodate those needs.

The first step in our complete nutrition coaching programme is to evaluate a client’s current health, lifestyle habits, and nutrition intake. From there, we work with each client to set achievable goals and develop a personalised plan to meet those goals. Our coaching programme also includes ongoing support and accountability, which are very important for maintaining results over time.

In addition to a personalised coaching programme, we give our clients up-to-date information on nutrition and exercise science, as well as tips for incorporating healthy actions into their daily lives. Our programme is designed to empower individuals to take charge of their health and wellbeing and to make lasting changes that lead to a healthier and happier life.

The 10 major positive results of our coaching for you

At Bring You Health, we’re committed to giving you the best nutrition coaching based on the latest research and best practises. Our programme is designed to help you understand the underlying causes of your health issues, weight struggles, and metabolic conditions. By learning these things, you’ll have the tools and advice you need to keep your health and weight stable for the long term.

Our nutrition coaching will empower you and help you to:

  1. Improved energy levels: We will help you optimise your diet, ensuring that you have enough nutrients and calories to fuel your body. This leads to improved energy levels and decreased fatigue.
  2. Weight management: With the right coaching, we can help you stay at a healthy weight, which lowers your risk of diseases like diabetes, heart disease, and some cancers that are linked to poor nutrition.
  3. Better digestion: We can help you figure out what foods might cause digestive problems, which will lead to better digestion and better health in your gut.
  4. Immunity: We can help you boost your immune system, which will make you less likely to get sick.
  5. Improved mental health: We can help you understand the relationship between food and the brain, leading to improved brain health and performance.
  6. Enhanced physical performance: The nutrition coaching helps you optimise your performance by providing you with the necessary nutrients to fuel your body and improve recovery.
  7. Reduced inflammation: Certain foods can cause inflammation in the body, leading to a host of health issues. We can help you find these foods and cut them out of your diet, which will reduce inflammation and improve your health as a whole.
  8. Reduced risk of chronic diseases: The coaching can help you change your eating habits in ways that lower your risk of getting heart disease, diabetes, and some cancers.
  9. Better sleep: Eating right can help regulate sleep patterns, which can improve the quality and length of sleep.
  10. Increased longevity: By improving overall health and reducing the risk of chronic diseases, nutrition coaching can help you live a longer, healthier life.

Overall, comprehensive food and nutrition coaching can have a big positive effect on everyone’s health and fitness, leading to better energy, digestion, immunity, mental health, physical performance, and longevity, as well as a lower risk of chronic diseases.