Because we’re about healthy eating, not dieting.
Most people associate the word ‘diet’ with a fad of some kind, or look at ‘dieting’ as something to be endured in order to lose weight.
The dictionary defines the word diet as follows:
- the kinds of food that a person, animal, or community habitually eats: a wholefood diet.
- a special course of food to which a person restricts themselves, either to lose weight or for medical reasons: I’m going on a diet.
Number 1 is fitnaturally.
We’re not selling any additional products like supplements, bars, shakes or powders, just education and knowledge about what to eat for a healthy life. We don’t bamboozle you with calorie counting or a points system or talk about ‘free foods’. No food groups are restricted. We always recommend full fat products, shopping locally and seasonally for organic, high-welfare products. Many of our clients have started making their own sourdough bread too.
The only thing that could come close to being a restriction (but it really isn’t) on our plans is portion sizes. Most of us overestimate the amount of food we need to eat – and there is often social pressure to eat more than you need. Our plans will re-educate you on what is the right amount of food.