Could We All Benefit from Eating the Same Way?
Look online and it doesn’t take long to find a large selection of advice and recommendations on healthy eating. We all understand that eating healthily is good for our overall health and wellbeing. However, plenty of experts have different ideas on what constitutes healthy eating in the first place.
One of the most important things to consider here is that we don’t all have the exact same needs in terms of the foods we eat. A professional athlete, for example, won’t have the same requirements as a pregnant woman. Similarly, a man won’t have the same needs as a woman. And so on it goes.
We’ve taken things to extremes in some of the examples above. However, it’s clear that a good approach to nutrition is going to be different for each of us. We know that junk food is bad and processed foods aren’t good for us either, but they’re okay if you only have them occasionally.
Similarly, most of us would benefit from eating whole wheat products instead of refined ones. But with that said, someone suffering from irritable bowel disease may not agree.
That’s why it works so well to hire a nutritional coach if you really want to know which foods will be best for you. They take a tailored approach to nutrition, which means the advice they give one client could be very different to the advice they give you.
So if you ever read nutrition articles online and you’re left feeling more confused than ever, try this alternative path instead. A nutrition coach might be the one person who could actually make a significant difference to your health and wellbeing – and the way you approach food from this moment on. Would a tailored approach help you? Why not find out?
I'm co owner of nutricoachdiet with Celeste. Specialising in helping people reach goals I also run a full time martial arts academy and am a former world champion kick boxer so know whats needed to reach a goal and transform. Bit of a geek and a legend of a Dad if I do say so myself!!! :)
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