To juice or not to juice..
Go Vegan… Gluten free.. Maybe even the Caveman diet!
Lets be honest; diet and nutrition is pretty much the most debated topic ever! A quick visit to Pinterest will leave you feeling perplexed on how you should start cleaning up your diet and which of the varies methods will work the best for you.
This is why we believe you should definitely make the decision to visit a nutritionist to help you make the most informed decision when it comes to your health. Still not convinced? Here are our top 3 reasons that you should visit a nutritionist asap!
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1) You’re working out but not losing weight
Are you working out in the gym, taking the stairs more often but can’t seem to kick those last few pesky pounds? It really is down to what you are eating. Its not as simple as just portion control, it comes down to specifics like what you are eating, what time and how often you have your meals, not forgetting the BIG issue of alcohol intake! Its more complex than it sounds, a nutritionist will be able to help you out with all of this.
2) You’re Pregnant or trying to get pregnant.
If you’re pregnant and feel like you don’t have a good sense about how to eat well or properly nourish yourself, consider seeing a dietitian. Gaining too much weight during pregnancy can put you at risk of developing gestational diabetes and high blood pressure. Many women feel like pregnancy is an excuse to go to town and eat loads of junk, but trust me this just makes the struggle to lose weight after the baby is born even harder! To add to this if you’re not in optimal health, it could affect your fertility. If you don’t feel healthy or eat well, and you’re experiencing difficulty getting pregnant, consider calling a dietitian to learn how to better nourish yourself.
3) You’re going through Menopause
When in menopause, it is common for your metabolism to slow down as your oestrogen levels change. it comes easier to gain weight while losing it becomes much more challenging. The normal results you have from working out might become harder to come by however the answer could be to change up your diet. Introduce more superfoods and whole foods, as well as starting a vitamin regimen could make all the difference and your nutritionist will be able to help!