Getting fighting fit requires a look at what you eat, when you eat and how much you eat.
The aim should be to eat in such a way that maintains consistent blood sugar levels in the body throughout the day
This means starting off with breakfast to kick start the body by boosting blood sugar levels after fasting overnight; this is vital for controlling cravings for unhealthy snacks mid morning and the reduction or control of fat in the body.
Just to give you a clue, here are the items off the menu!1. Cheese, butter or cream, including creamy soups or pasta sauces.
2. Full cream milk.
3. Full fat yoghurt or ice cream.
4. Coconut cream / milk dishes.
5. Chicken skin.
6. Meat with fat on it (lean meat only including mince)
7. Fast food.
8. Deep fried food.
9. Peanut butter (1 tablespoon contains roughly 13 grams of fat)
We will work with you to design a weekly eating programme that takes into account that you have to eat out your business and social life.