How making positive changes to your personal nutrition can lead to sustainable better health
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Do you know your numbers?
Start making positive changes for better health
The area of nutrition and healthy eating can be overwhelming, but we need to go back to basics as the fundamentals of what our bodies need have not changed. We need to implement sustainable changes and take part in exercises that we like doing as we will not continue with a routine that we dread. For some people sugary treats and alcohol have become part of the daily diet especially during the Covid-19 pandemic and habits are hard to break. Sugary treats and alcohol provide little nutrition and empty calories so addressing our sugar and alcohol intake would be a good place to start if we want to get healthier and see real change.
Eating unprocessed nutritious food is essential for good energy. Our bodies were made to move and long periods of sitting is not good for us. We have fitness trackers and all the gadgets to remind us of what we need to do and give us a reminder when we need to do it. Knowing more about our body, digestive system and the benefits of good food and movement will keep us more mindful and help us to make these better choices. When it comes to weight loss or a healthier body there are no quick fixes, and it is small, consistent changes that will lead us to better habits and get to the realisation that fads and gimmicks are unsustainable and will not work for us in the long run.
We all need to know our own numbers and get the want to improve them if necessary. Making healthier habits and cutting down on snacks, alcohol, and the food we love is difficult and change isn’t easy. If you would like to find out your numbers book a place on our body analysis day when your BMI, BMR, visceral fat, body fat percentage and body muscle percentage will be calculated, and you will get information as to what they should be for your age and gender. You will get half an hour consultation with body analysis included at a cost of €30.
Diet and Lifestyle advice with Caroline Masters, Nutritional Therapist, Whelehans Pharmacy, Pearse Street, Mullingar.
Call Caroline on 086 3994615 or email firstname.lastname@example.org today to make your appointment for your body analysis at Whelehans Pharmacy. Make a start on your journey for a healthier you!
For comprehensive and free health advice and information call in to Whelehans, log on to www.whelehans.ie or dial 04493 34591 (Pearse St) or 04493 10266 (Clonmore). Email queries to email@example.com. Find us on Facebook