Does your personal trainer focus on form in the gym and leave out advice on the other 23 hours of your day?
Have you tried the 21 soup day diet, 7 day veggie diet, 48 hour cleanse, 1 hour fast?
Are you confused about whether to go with high fat, low carb or high carb, low fat?
Where are you getting your nutrition advice?
Dr. Oz? Dr. Google? Your family doctor?
It’s time for some professional advice and a personal trainer who’s educated in both fitness and nutrition!
Whether you’re healthy or have chronic health issues… you’re going to see improvements when following the advice of an educated professional.
For the best health results and the most bang for your buck get professional advice and repeat!
A recent systematic review found that sessions of medical nutrition therapy by a registered dietician to be clinically and cost effective.
High cholesterol, blood sugar, weight and blood pressure were better managed when a dietician was part of a multidisciplinary health team. And, use of lipid lowering medications was reduced.
If your personal trainer isn’t also educated in nutrition and discussing your diet, you are losing out on valuable results.
Your results in the gym should be beyond skin (or muscle) deep.
You shouldn’t be only focused on how heavy you can lift or how you will look on the beach. But, also with how well your blood flows… your nutrition is supporting health and regeneration of tissues and organs.
A healthy total cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, triglycerides, fasting blood glucose, HbA1C and body mass index are all targets a well-educated or networked personal trainer should be able to help you achieve.
At OBF we focus on more than the scale ensuring your health is optimal!
Optimize your nutrition to not only look great, feel energized and gain confidence… but also have your primary care provider ask you they can make their own lab work look so optimal!
Wondering how to improve your health and nutrition? Reach out to OBF today and book your free consult!
Reference: Sikand, Geeta et al. (2018). Clinical and cost benefits of medical nutrition therapy by registered dietitian nutritionists for management of dyslipidemia: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of Clinical Lipidology , Volume 12 , Issue 5 , 1113 – 1122