Weight loss programme called H.E.L.P (Healthy eating and lifestyle programme)
Here at The Good Nutrition Guide we know that losing weight can be a challenge and that changing behaviour is hard. Making changes to the way we eat combined with an increase in activity levels can really help to achieve weight loss goals and improve mental and physical wellbeing.
This unique programme offers 12 week’s of structured nutrition support designed and written by our Registered Nutritionist Alison Preston along with an exercise programme designed by experienced Personal Trainer Mike Spiring.
The Good Nutrition Guide has developed cookery classes for individuals diagnosed with type 2 diabetes or pre-diabetes (and those who cook or care for them). Free to attend and run in conjunction with BANES Wellbeing College. In these classes we explore lots of options for breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as looking at some treats and healthier desserts.
The Good Nutrition Guide offers bespoke training and workshops, tailored to your individual needs. The Good Nutrition Guide will take the time to discuss with you your individual needs and taylor the training to your needs. We can design a bespoke training session or series of sessions for your group or organisation. Alison also offers 1:1 appointments and can help you plan and prepare for training and events
Set up by Alison, a Registered Public Health Nutritionist (R.Nutr) with a BSc (Hons) in Diet and Health and a Post Grad Diploma from the IOC in Sports Nutrition, graduating from the International Olympic Commitee head quarters in Lausanne in 2013
Alison describes herself as a ‘food first’ nutritionist meaning that most people can achieve the nutrition they need from food without the need for supplements.
‘There’s no such thing as a super food just a super balanced diet”