Nourishment for Weight & Blood Sugar Management
Saturday @ 11:45
Do you struggle to manage your weight? Do you feel hungry all the time even though you are eating enough? Do you feel lacking in energy? Have you tried various promising ‘diets’ but remain confused about which one you should be following?
In the UK, 25% of adults are obese and type 2 diabetes has risen by 65% in 10 years, both costing the NHS £16 billion a year. Yet both these health issues can be well managed through healthy diet and lifestyle habits. The answer to regaining your healthy weight and blood sugar is not through starvation and yo-yo dieting, but rather, by bringing the body back into balance with a nourishing diet that focuses on good quality protein, healthy fats and non-starchy carbohydrates. Lifestyle considerations also play a part.
Join Abir Hamza-Goodacre, Registered Nutritional Therapist, for this insightful workshop during which you will gain the following information:
- The most effective nutrition plan for long-term weight and blood sugar management
- Important lifestyle factors that can affect weight and blood sugar management
- Tips on how to successfully implement a healthy nutrition plan
This will be an interactive workshop with opportunities to ask questions.
Abir Hamza-Goodacre is a Registered Nutritional Therapist, BSc, MSc, mBANT, CNHC. She offers nutrition and lifestyle coaching to help her clients feel healthy and in control of their wellness. She has over 10 years’ experience in the field of nutrition, offering a personalised and practical approach to health. Her areas of expertise are weight and blood sugar management, digestive health, nutrition interventions for children with learning and developmental challenges and female hormonal health.
She gives private consultations and runs workshops at her clinic in Neal’s Yard, Tunbridge Wells and Starjumpz Children’s Centre, Crowborough. She also leads health and weight management programmes with the team at SPN. She also gives talks for schools and local businesses.
Abir gained her degree in Nutritional Therapy from the University of West London. She holds an MSc in international poverty and aid work, specialising in community-based projects. She is a Director at the British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT). BANT’s vision is for a healthier population through informed nutrition and lifestyle choices. Its members are the leading nutritional therapists in the country.
Abir is also a qualified yoga teacher and is passionate about sharing the science, art and sacred life teachings of yoga with others.