Healthy Weight Loss

Controlled and progressive weight loss is recommended by the British Dietetic Association (BDA).

It is recommended that eating 500 calories less than your norm each day as part of a healthy balanced diet will result in ~ 1lbs (0.5kg) weight loss each week.

Combine this with 3-5 sessions of intense physical activity i.e. increased heart rate, lasting 40-60 minutes a week and the rate of weight loss could double to approximately 2lbs (1kg)!

In addition you can use FAT LOSS or FAT METABOLISING supplements, which increase metabolic rate (fat burning capability) and suppress appetite. The rate of weight loss could increase further to approximately 3-4lbs (1.5-2kg) a week!

This is the optimum way to produce fast and sustainable results without resorting to starvation, a fad diet or extreme exercise.

Weight loss is different for everyone. For some people, the pounds drop off easily while others see little or no changes despite following guidelines. If this sounds familiar, check out our article this afternoon on how to diet and train for your body type to produce the results you want!

About the Author

Job Role Sports Nutritionist and Social Media Coordinator Qualifications Bsc Sport and Exercise Science Steph has a competitive athletic background which spans 19 years. As a child she performed with the English Youth Ballet and had performed on the West End stage by the age of 10. Her enthusiasm for sport and fitness continued to grow as she did, encouraging her to learn more about nutrition and training. She began using her knowledge and personal experience to help others when she began coaching at the age of 16. From here, she went on to study Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Essex during which time she also received the Most Promising Newcomer Award from her University to mark her outstanding contribution to sport. During her first year of study she was introduced to partner stunt acrobatics and artistic gymnastics. After one year of dedicating herself to a lifestyle revolving around her sport, she was training with the best team in the UK who are currently ranked fifth in the world. Steph has worked in both the private and public sector coaching children and adults from grassroot to elite level as well as providing them with cutting edge advice on how to reach their goals. Steph has received awards for her choreography and has competed nationally and internationally meaning that she can back up her scientific knowledge with a wealth of experience. As our resident Sports Nutritionist, Steph is here to provide the most current and evidence based fitness, health and nutrition information to help you reach your health and fitness goals.
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