Monthly Archives: February 2015

Why Low-Calorie Diets Do Not Work & Never Will Do

February 26th, 2015 (No Comments)

Simple, right? If you intake less calories than your body needs, the smaller we become. Technically, this is true, but at what cost and for how long does this work. If it did work, then surely everyone by now would be super thin and dieting would a piece of cake. However, it is not that […]

Is Stress Damaging Your Progress?

February 17th, 2015 (No Comments)

In the modern age we come in to contact with a lot of stressful situations. For example, work, children, and other lifestyle factors, all of which can make us very stressed. But how would stress impact on your weight? There are no calories in stress are there? No. But calories in vs calories out is […]

30 Second Breakfast For Women In Northampton That Are Busy

February 16th, 2015 (No Comments)

Breakfast is the toughest meal to crack when ‘going clean’. Eggs / meat and nuts / avocado are the ideal world perfect replacement to cereals and toast. High Protein and healthy fats provide the kick start to your metabolism and energy that your body needs at the beginning of the day. The only downside is […]

How To Find That Big Mistake You Are Making

February 5th, 2015 (No Comments)

I have had it plenty of times that clients have approached me saying they have not lost any weight despite eating healthily and exercising regularly. There is one simple and easy way to find out the answer to the solution to this issue…….daily nutrition logs. Without making notes like a daily nutrition log it would […]

The Importance of Understanding the Mentstrual Cycle on Weight And Performance

February 3rd, 2015 (No Comments)

In recent weeks, a lot has been mentioned in the media about the menstrual cycle and how it can potentially affect women and their physical performance. This has come following Heather Watson (British female tennis player) saying her poor performance and consequential loss may be due to her menstrual cycle. She said that she suffered from dizziness, nausea, low-energy levels […]