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LIFEFIT

Nutritional Plan

It is incredibly difficult to give a unique plan to anyone. To start with, we all like different things to eat, at different times of the day, and our bodies do not all respond the same way to every nutritent eaten. Some people suffer from IBS etc.

So with this in mind we recommend you design your own food plans, using the guidance tools we have provided.

Restricted or abstinance diets generally try to creat an energy deficit, No Carbs, No Sugar, Low Fat, No Booze etc, but modern living has created some truely delicious food products, which while are not healthy may be too tasty to resist forever. It may be easier to make dietary choices based on moral decisions, such as becoming a vegan, rather than deciding to not eat chocolate because you want to lose weight.

But there are a few things for consideration, everyone has choices and you are in control, even when it doesn't feel like it.

Below if the guidance LIFEFIT offers to ensure you eat all the nutrients you need and can have some treats as well. Follow our Traffic Light system:

Green Foods - Eat as often as you like (with in the limits of your portion control)

Amber Foods - You can eat up to 4 of these a week (with in the limits of your portion control)

Red Foods - You can eat up to 2 of these a week (with in the limits of your portion control)

GREEN FOOD

While we have not listed all foods here covered by our GREEN guide, the priniciple to follow here is am I eating first line food, something that has been grown, rather than made.

VEGETABLE

Carrots
Runner beans
Onions
Spinach
Cauliflour
Sweetcorn
Sprouts
Okra
Carrots
Carrots
Garlic
Carrots
Lettuce

LEGUMES

FRUIT

Tomato
Avocado
Kiwi

OTHER

AMBER FOOD

While we have not listed all foods here covered by our AMBER guide, the priniciple to follow here is am I eating first line food, something that has been grown, rather than made.