Isn’t it ironic that it’s harder to stay healthy than it is to run your health into the ground? While eating a double burger and chips twice a week is great and remarkably easy to pull off, it’s a huge possibility that your body is shouting a slow-motion horror-movie-type “nooooo!” Learn what your body wants from you with today’s Groupon: a full nutritional assessment, including three follow-up consultations and a vitamin package for R500 at Nutrition Matters.
Nutrition Matters are on a mission to prove that, well, nutrition really matters. With an enthusiastic and highly knowledgeable team of nutritionists, Nutrition Matters seek to teach you about what your body wants, how to give it what it needs and how to self-assess your lifestyle and daily diet. Unlike the merciless diet police that raid your subconscious every now and again, the nutritionists at Nutrition Matters aren’t there to take the joy out of eating; rather they’re there to teach you how to understand and self-regulate your diet so that you get all the nutrition your body needs in order to truly be healthy.
Remember that a full nutritional assessment isn’t judgement day, nor is it an interrogation where you sit under a blinding light and relay all your fast food related sins; rather the assessment is an in-depth evaluation of facts and figures related to your individual food intake, nutrient intake, lifestyle and medical history. The plan as a whole works to assist people in the quintessential quest to live a healthier lifestyle by being able to self-assess their nutritional status at all times – a little “thank you” to your body and a new start for you.
Included in today’s Groupon are three follow-up consultations with Nutrition Matter to make sure you keep on the straight and narrow and a vitamin package consisting of Aloe juice and Spirulina from House of Health.
Health-kick: One of the strangest diets to be published was designed by a French woman named Patti Paresseux. She suggested eating only low-fat yoghurt and working in a noodle bar. The smell of working and serving food all day in the noodle bar is supposed to make you feel full.