Emotional eating is something that isn’t talked about much but it really does control a lot of our food choices.
Most people avoid seeing a nutritionist or are apprehensive about making changes to their diet because they think it will be hard, and like every human afraid to fail. As a nutritionist I will not put you on a diet, I will not count your calories, I will not make you weigh your food and count your macros, I will not give you a cheat day where binging on whatever you want is encouraged followed by emotional guilt that you will naturally experience.
A super common question I get asked is….. “do I need to cut out all my carbohydrates in order to lose body fat?” and I understand it can be confusing with all the info out there on low carb this low carb that….so today I wanted to give you my advice and help clear up a bit of the confusion surrounding carbs.
Over the last few years working with clients through nutrition consultations or personal training, majority of people have tried in the past to change their lifestyle and become healthier. They will start a diet or a new exercise programme, it will be great for the first few weeks, while motivation is high, but then it becomes too difficult and old habits start to creep back in.