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Our Top Tips for Weight loss

It's time to let you in on a few of our weight loss secrets. All of which are encouraged and practiced throughout our weight loss coaching programme.

Here are 4 TOP TIPS: 1. Eat MORE Protein. Protein keeps you fuller for longer (so ultimately stops you searching the cupboards for more), it is also hard for the body to break down so uses more calories. It's also just a very good one to keep on top of for your muscles. 2. Eat MORE Fiber. Foods high in fiber also increase fullness which generally leads to reduced food intake. The more viscous the fiber the better for this result. (Try introducing more Oats, Avocados, Lentils, Beans, Broccoli, Chickpeas... The list goes on.) Ps. Popcorn is a fiber rich food (WINNING) 3. Lift weights Its simple, the more muscle you have, the higher your metabolism. Lifting weights also feels GOOD for the soul and when your soul is happy you are less likely to reach for those naughty treats. 4. STOP DIETING Stop cutting major food groups, stop yo-yoing from one diet to the next losing lots of weight then putting it all back on because it's not sustainable... just find yourself the magic number of calories that keeps you in a calorie deficit. This is probably stuff you already knew, but what can be the hardest thing is staying committed and motivated. You might need that accountability. That text every day to send you in the right direction and get you making the right choices. That's where we come in. Sign up to our 2 week weight loss coaching trial and get losing that weight. We also offer a package if you are local to Monmouth or Ross on Wye that includes weight loss coaching, unlimited fitness classes and 24/7 open gym access. This is GOLD. Don't hesitate to get in touch. Primal x

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