Weight Loss Challenge. Welcome!. Mobile phones turned off Write down all your questions. How does Weight Loss Challenge work?. Weekly meetings Weekly weigh-ins Nutrition education Personal coach £39 for 12 weeks. No requirement to purchase products Cost to attend goes into a prize fund
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Weight Loss Challenge
Criteria: Total weight loss as a percentage of body fat
Monetary amount will vary depending of the number of participants within the challenge
You could even win a Cash Prize* if you are one of the top achievers in your challenge. Cash Prizes* awarded to 1st, 2nd & 3rd places
People decide to join a Weight Loss Challenge for various reasons;
There are specific nutrients which are essential for growth and maintenance of the body. Over time a diet and lifestyle consisting of unbalanced nutrition can lead to health issues.
1. Overweight and Obesity;the imbalance between declining energy expenditure due to physical inactivity and high energy in the diet (excess calories whether from sugar, starches or fat) is the main determinant of the obesity epidemic
2. Diabetes;weight gain, obesity and inactivity accounts for the increasing rate of type 2 diabetes worldwide
3. Cardiovascular Diseases;are to a great extent due to unbalanced diets and physical inactivity
4. Cancer;maintaining a healthy weight can reduce the risk of some cancers
T H I S W E E K
There are two sources of proteins; animal and vegetable – sources of animal protein tends to be higher in fat, ensure you choose low fat options or lean cuts of meat
+ High net protein utilisation
+ Essential minerals
+ Fish: Omega-3
- Saturated fat
+ Good or no fats
+ Dietary fibres, vitamins and minerals
- Low net protein utilisation
(except for soya)
How much protein should you eat each day?
RDA = 0.83 grams of protein for every kilogram of body weight for adults. (European Food Safety Authority, 2012)