NutriTionAL advice
vitality and life

Scarlett felt virtuous after swapping her strawberry sundae for a blueberry smoothie and hasn’t looked back since.

Skipped breakfast. Stopped for a Latte. Grabbed a last minute egg mayo filled baguette. Ate a large meal late at night and now can’t sleep as feeling too full. Sound familiar?

Food and water provide our body with energy. Without both our bodies wouldn’t function, as energy is needed by our bodies to stay alive, grow, keep warm and be active.

A good diet is important for good health. A healthy and varied diet can help to maintain a healthy body weight, enhance general wellbeing and reduce the risk of a number of diseases including heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes and osteoporosis.

No single food can provide all the essential nutrients that the body needs. Therefore, it is important to consume a wide variety of foods to provide adequate intakes of vitamins, minerals and dietary fibre, which are important for health.

CarbohydratesFuel and brain food. Vital!
Provide our body with energy. Our brains are especially dependant on glucose as a fuel, along with the working muscles during more intensive exercise.
i.e: wholemeal bread, pasta, rice, fruit, veggies, whole grains and cereals, beans

ProteinRepairs damaged split ends.
Enables growth and repair and aids in recovery after training sessions
i.e: meat, poultry, fish, dairy produce, avocados, eggs, grains, cereals, nuts, beans 

FatAn evil word but good fats are seriously good!
Provides our body with energy, protects vital organs and provides insulation
i.e: meat, eggs, oily fish, sunflower seeds, sunflower oil, flax seed

Vitamins & mineralsFor luscious locks and bright eyes.
Vital for normal growth, repair and daily functioning of  the body
i.e: fruit, veggies, whole grains and cereals, nuts, meats, eggs, dairy produce

Water – Hydrating and gives us gorgeous skin.
Whilst not to be considered to be a nutrient, adequate water is essential for health and performance.

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