Nutrition is a vast subject and everywhere you look, there seems to be conflicting advice as to what is good for you, and what isn’t. The truth is, when it comes to nutrition, everyone’s needs differ.
Individuals will all need varying types and levels of certain nutrients because of differences in lifestyle, metabolism, age and health. So instead of generic information, if you feel you could do with a nutritional boost for whatever reason, opt for some tailored nutrition advice.
How are you feeling?
- As if you are lacking energy or tired all the time?
- A little low and could do with a boost?
- That some foods make you feel unwell or lethargic?
- You are embarking on a training plan and need nutritional support?
- That you are unable to get a good night’s sleep?
- You’ve been having cravings for certain foods?
- Your doctor has suggested a change in diet to help ease a medical condition?
- Your skin is dull or inflamed and you’ve heard that healthy skin comes from within?
- That you’d like to learn more about what foods will boost your wellbeing?
- You’d like to improve your diet but you consider healthy food plain and boring?
Feeding your body in the right way is of vital importance. It will affect the way you feel, the way you look, your health and fitness, your energy levels, your sleep quality and your mood. However, the right way to feed your body will depend on a number of factors that are unique to you and Wellbeing4Life is here to help you discover exactly what is ‘the right way’ for you.
Diet Analysis: What Should I Eat, What Shouldn’t I Eat?
The leading question! This is precisely what Wellbeing4Life aims to ascertain so that tailored nutrition advice can be provided. Much is being learnt about food allergies and intolerances and how certain foods can make you feel unwell or drained of energy. Some foods can adversely affect your appearance, perhaps causing skin inflammation or breakouts, or leaving hair dull and lifeless. Working out what these triggers are is a crucial step towards finding a nutritional plan that eliminates anything that works against your body. The next step is to work out which foods you need to introduce into your diet or consume more of. If you are always on the go, then you’ll need energy-enhancing nutrients that provide fuel in the right way. If you are particularly stressed or cannot sleep properly, there is a whole array of mood-boosting foods that will make you feel better. Also if you are stressed, it’s important to be aware that your body will burn up key nutrients faster, so replacing these is vital, as is eating to fend off disease-causing free radicals created as a by-product of stress.
Wellbeing4Life Nutrition Advice
As a trained chef, and as someone who has personally been through a host of diet-related health issues, Martin can help you make the right food choices for you personally and at the same time provide practical advice on how you can add a splash of interest to your diet so that you actually enjoy eating healthily. Working closely with herbalists and nutritional therapists, he’ll make a referral if he believes it will be of benefit. Martin can also help if you have been advised by a medical practitioner to revise your diet due to a medical condition, such as raised blood pressure, high cholesterol or diabetes. And if you are embarking on a training regime, as a qualified personal trainer Martin can provide expert guidance in sports nutrition and specialist supplements too.