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A Nutritionist’s Introduction to Weight Loss & Philosophy

Supercharge Your Body’s Natural Fat Burning System

Each of my clients come to see me for a variety of nutritional needs. However, the most consistent goal of my clients is weight loss.

Unlike many weight loss diets, my approach is based on nourishment, not restriction. It is about shifting thoughts away from categorizing foods from being “good or bad”, to perceiving them as a variety of tools which can fine- tune, fuel and nurture our bodies the way we want it to look, feel and perform.

What we eat today, determines how we feel and look tomorrow. It is about counting nutrients, not calories and this approach has been proven effective by the exceptional results my clients have had by following it.

My approach to weight loss is based on viewing three fundamental components which I refer to as ‘the key ingredients’, as a whole. These include:

• Nutrition
• Balance
• Movement

By ensuring each of these key ingredients is a priority in your life, it will not only assist you in reaching your nutritional and weight-loss goals, it will ensure that you sustain and maintain your goals once they have been reached.

 

Written by Bannie Williams

Bannie Williams is a Nutritionist, former model and the founder of The Healthy Ingredient- a holistic nutritional consultancy based in Melbourne.

Having since completed Nutrition and Food Sciences at University, Bannie is a powerhouse in the world of Nutrition. From nutrition writing, to health food recipe development, Bannie is all about holistic living.

Bannie is the resident nutritionist for a number of publications including The Carousel and Cleo magazine. Bannie also practices as an Associate Nutritionist through her Melbourne based consultancy.
All recipes and images posted on The Healthy Ingredient are Bannie’s delicious, clean creations all individually designed to have a superior nutritional profile.

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