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Nutritional Advice and Weight Management in Swindon
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There are many factors that contribute to a person's weight, including: diet, physical activity, genetics, environmental factors, medications, and illnesses. Each of these factors affect weight in different ways and to varying degrees, but health professionals most often stress the importance of diet and physical activity above all other factors because they can be affected by conscious behaviour modification with the help of weight management strategies.
Our Nutritional advice sessions look at you as an individual and encompass long-term lifestyle strategies that promote healthy eating and daily physical activity. Moreover, weight management involves developing meaningful ways to track weight over time, to identify your ideal body weight and build up the support you need to make those changes for a lifetime.
During your first consultation we will talk about many personal issues related to your health, physical activity, food and dieting, assess your readiness to change, set SMART goals and identify any barriers. We will also make a note of your weight and height. All this information will be treated in a non-judgemental manner and in strictest confidence.
You will then have to do a 4 - 7 day food diary, which will be analysed in order to create your personal nutrition and physical activity programme.
We recommend a minimum of three one to one sessions costing £40 per session.
(£105 if you pay for all three sessions up front, saving you £15)
Thereafter you have the option to book in for shorter and cheaper top up sessions which can be held in person or over the phone, if you feel you need more support.
Additionally you may wish to reinforce your success with our Hypnotherapy sessions.
The business of weight loss is a multi-million-pound industry that is rife with a range of fads and gimmicks all claiming to deliver rapid results. Unfortunately, the harsh reality for most people battling with their weight is misery, failure and ultimately a long -term increase in body weight.