‘The 5:2 diet’; eating 500 calories for men, or 600 for women for two days a week and the normal intake for the other five. TV presenter Phillip Schofield has sworn by this diet and has already shred around a stone in weight. This is one of the most famous diets surrounding the celebrity world, but with any diet comes exercise, something that a lot of people forget about when it comes to losing weight.
We’ve lost count of how many diets there are flying around today, some are beyond extreme and some are even laughable. It’s only natural that people want to lose weight and with the latest “lose one stone in one day” diet, it’s no surprise that people are trying them out.
We tend to believe what we read in the magazines and try out all the latest diets, but do they really work? You’ll probably see results in the short term, but what about the long term? By following these diets, you’re often putting your health at risk and losing weight the unhealthy way. It is always advisable to get in touch with a professional who specialises in nutrition and weight management.
If you’re someone who enjoys helping people achieve results, then our nutrition and weight management course could set you on the right career path. You’ll be trained up to offer professional nutritional advice and healthy weight loss plans to your clients, which in turn will be more beneficial. This is great course for those who want to work specifically in weight loss management. Not only will your clients get a buzz with their weight loss, but you will too.
There are more people today wanting to look like their favourite celebrity and are choosing the quick way to lose weight, whilst putting themself at risk. With your help, you can help them achieve their weight loss goals the healthy way. Book yourself onto our nutrition and weight management course today, and help to change people’s lives for the better.