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I play as a winger in soccer and I notice my energy slips in the second half of matches. My other concern is to increase my weight during the off-season. Elaine has tailored a plan to suit my individual needs. She is a calm, helpful and extremely motivating person who has an in-depth knowledge of nutrition.
I have always been relatively healthy in my lifestyle habits but decided to see Elaine to find out more about the foods that I should be eating and to explore ways of minimising stress and improving sleep quality. I can truly say that she us a fountain of knowledge and I recommend her wholeheartedly.
Elaine guided me in a gentle, calm manner, full of enthusiasm and passion for nutrition. My iron is always low during pregnancy, yet she correctly guided me towards peas, lentils, meat once a week. My energy has been great during my third pregnancy. I eat all full fat food and I try to incorporate time for myself.
Elaine gave me invaluable help during my weight-loss journey. She displayed a genuine interest in my health goals and together we came up with a workable plan that fitted my busy life. Elaine has taught me so much about nutrition and the exercise routines that are right for my age group. I feel 10 years younger thanks to her!
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We are all unique, a “one size fits all approach” does not work and that is why I work with my clients using tailor made dietary plans to achieve sustainable results.
We have record levels of cardiovascular disease, cancer and diabetes. By exercising moderately, we can boost our mood, feel less depressed, lose weight and increase our chances of avoiding chronic illness.
Keeping irregular hours, eating late, exercising late, over exposure to blue light before bedtime are all detrimental to sleep quality. If you want a spring in your step, you must get your sleep essentials in order!
Obviously, it can take its toll on your mental health, but did you know that stress can cause weight gain? If ignored therefore, stress can lead to illnesses associated with obesity, such as diabetes and heart disease.
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