Is it Gluten?
Full fat yoghurt?
Genetically Modified Foods aka GMO aka OMG foods?
Sugar? But is brown sugar OK?
I’ve been there myself.
Reading the stuff online from self – proclaimed “nutritionists”
who spread their “cultish” beliefs
And build walls around what I can or
In most cases, can’t do…..according to them.
Forcing me to cut out all dairy once upon a time
Just because of the argument that humans shouldn’t consume stuff from cows
^^^ although I don’t get on with milk too much, this didn’t mean I had to cut out my beloved cheese (cake) and cream…that’s clotted cream 🙂
They made me pretty anxious around certain foods
Stripped me of my freedom, flexibility and enjoyment
Both at home and when with my wife eating out at our favourite curry house
^^^ I say eating out…but since baby has arrived…we think the takeaway option in our PJs is a better option 😉
And maybe this is why I seem resonate with you
Because I get it
You want to the best for you, your energy levels, your waistline, and your family
But a recent study in 1008 mums showed that
Those mums who avoided certain foods
Rightly or wrongly…were
1* Influenced by friends and family and had a desire to do what they were doing…
Which highlights the importance of who you surround yourself with
And having a support network of like minded others
All striving to become better than they were yesterday
Which is exactly what you’ll get in my 90 Day Fit Mum Body Transformation Programme
2* More likely to receive their information from the Internet rather than a professional.
I know what you’re thinking
“I’m on the internet now.
Does this mean it’s wrong?”
And even though I’m a Registered Nutritionist and have to prove
I’m constantly using science effectively
In my practice
And to consult in the NHS
I’m willing to admit that I don’t know everything about nutrition
And if anyone does pretend to know everything
Brisk walk away as fast as you can
As – ultimately – we’re all different
And it’s exactly why I meet you where you’re at
To build a nutritional strategy that not only gets you waking up full of energy, feeling more confident in your favourite clothes and ditching the “diet” for good
But also saves you time and money so you can do more of things you want to do and
Dare I say it…
Have a bit more more fun
And spend less time wondering what the hell you’re going to do for dinner…
When’s the best time to eat
Whether it’s “healthy” enough for you
Or whether the rest of the family will eat it
Join us here:
Matt ‘fighting for team science’ Fruci