Weight Loss Challenge Welcome! Mobile phones turned off

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Weight Loss Challenge Welcome! Mobile phones turned off Write down all your questions How does Weight Loss Challenge work?

Weekly meetings Weekly weigh-ins Nutrition education Personal coach 39 for 12 weeks No requirement to purchase products Cost to attend goes into a prize fund Small weekly gift incentives Monetary prizes

1st place: 50% of prize money 2nd place: 30% of prize money 3rd place: 20% of prize money You could even win a Cash Prize* if you are one of the top achievers in your challenge. Cash Prizes* awarded to 1st, 2nd & 3rd places Criteria: Total weight loss as a percentage of body fat Monetary amount will vary depending of the number of participants within the challenge Weekly topics: 1 - 6

Protein Meal Plans, Snacking and Water Energy and Metabolism Carbohydrates Nutrition Labels Fibre Weekly topics: 7 - 12

Eating Out Bone Health Sugar Exercise Heart Health Maintenance: Long-Term Wellness Commitment agreement Signing your contract

Your agreement to commit to the 12 week Weight Loss Challenge Why join? People decide to join a Weight Loss Challenge for various reasons; To improve your overall health To feel confident and look good To improve your quality of life What is your Why? Any reason is a genuine reason Write down your reason for attending Weight Loss Challenge

Lets talk about food Direct fuel Carbohydrates Reserve fuel Fat Building material Protein (amino acids) Protective substances Vitamins, Minerals and Trace Elements Unbalanced diets

Too much Too little

Fats Sugar Salt Simple Carbohydrates Alcohol Vitamins Minerals Proteins Fibre Water

Omega-3 World Health Organisation Healthy weight Exercise and physical activity is fundamental for weight control Food energy intake is in balance Less intake of saturated fats and trans fatty acids Less intake of sugars and salts Eat more fruit and vegetables Reality of unbalanced nutrition There are specific nutrients which are essential for growth and

maintenance of the body. Over time a diet and lifestyle consisting of unbalanced nutrition can lead to health issues. 1. Overweight and Obesity; the imbalance between declining energy expenditure due to physical inactivity and high energy in the diet (excess calories whether from sugar, starches or fat) is the main determinant of the obesity epidemic 2. Diabetes; weight gain, obesity and inactivity accounts for the increasing rate of type 2 diabetes worldwide 3. Cardiovascular Diseases; are to a great extent due to unbalanced diets and physical inactivity 4. Cancer; maintaining a healthy weight can reduce the risk of some cancers THIS WEEK Protein

This week we will be looking at Protein as the important basis of a healthy diet. http://www.hrblemea.com/wlc/vids/luigi/5050-gb-en-w lc-introduction.html The building blocks of life 1. 2. 3. 4. Protein intake is particularly important for its role in cell maintenance and repair Protein aids the production of enzymes, hormones (such as

insulin) and antibodies Protein plays a part in the transport of oxygen, fatty acids and minerals Protein can help to build and maintain lean muscle mass which is important for those on a weight management programme Protein sources There are two sources of proteins; animal and vegetable sources of animal protein tends to be higher in fat, ensure you choose low fat options or lean cuts of meat Animal Vegetable

Meat Chicken and egg Fish

Dairy Products Pulses Nuts Cereals Tofu, soya Reality of protein intake Animal Vegetable + High net protein utilisation + Essential minerals

+ Fish: Omega-3 - Saturated fat + Good or no fats + Dietary fibres, vitamins and minerals - Low net protein utilisation (except for soya) How much protein should you eat each day? RDA = 0.83 grams of protein for every kilogram of body weight for adults. (European Food Safety Authority, 2012) Protein content of foods

Food portions providing protein g protein Beef, lamb, pork 2 medium slices (75g) 20g Chicken 1 small breast (75g) 19g Fish 1 medium fillet/steak (100g)

20g Baked beans can (200g) 10g Yoghurt (120g pot) 6 Peanuts 1 handful (50g) 10g

25g Herbalife Formula 1 plus 250mls semi-skimmed milk 17.6 Personal Appointment 1-2-1 with your Coach Measure and weigh-in

Get your photo taken Recommended calorie intake calculated Recommended protein intake calculated Register your personal appointment and Wellness Evaluation before you leave Next week Healthy Breakfast

Meal Plans Snacking Water Dont forget To bring pen and paper Keep a log of everything you eat and drink over the next week and bring it with you to the next meeting Write down your goal and why it is your goal Bring along a friend!

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