Nutrition

Nutritionist and weight loss

In order to steadily increase the performance and achieve a sustainable and permanent weight it is necessary to adapt the nutrition. An adequate diet it is the foundation for a well-being and to achieve exercise goals. The right combination of the nutrients intake will be adequate to the needs of each client, under following criteria: body condition, lifestyle habits and personal goals.

The nutritionist will advise about the caloric requirements, an analysis of the current nourishment and the preparation of an individual nutritional protocol, which includes changes in the lifestyle. Workload, frequent traveling or pregnancy will be taken into account.

If you diet without working out you are at risk of loosing muscle instead of fat. Throughout the diet you may experience loss of both muscle and body fat during the initial weight-loss phase (weight-bearing exercise is required to maintain muscle). The muscle-tone loss leads you to decrease of the basic and resting metabolic rate. After completing the diet, the dieter is likely to experience the body’s starvation response, leading to rapid weight gain of only fat, the socalled yo-yo effect. Ultimately, the dieter reverts to their old eating habits, with low levels of physical activity causing them to rapidly regain weight. In order to get a slimm and toned it is necessary to give your metabolism a boost instead of slowing it down. You can achieve this by increasing your amount of physical activities. The best way to lose weight gradually and safely, it is to keep a healthy diet combined with cardio and weightlift workout. This produces a more effective and longer-lasting weight loss.

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