Free Nutrition Seminar – What Should I Eat & How Much Should I Eat – 21st, & 27th April 2021
What should I eat? How much should I eat? These are the most asked questions when people come to our nutrition consultations.
This on-line seminar will help those who wish to eat well and make healthy choices but often stand in the kitchen wondering what to eat! This isn’t about feeling deprived or going without, the approach is to think of foods in a spectrum, from “eat more” to “eat some” to “eat less”. This seminar will show examples of food in each category and will help you to make better choices whilst still enjoying food you love to eat.
We will also be looking at “portion control” – how much to eat. Most people think controlling portions means counting calories, but at Nutrition@ClubTowers, we use our hand as the guide for portion sizes – our hands are portable and in proportion to our own sizes. This concept will be discussed further at the seminar.
The online seminar (taking place over Google Meet) will last around 50~60 minutes and spaces will be very limited as we try to make the content as interactive as possible. We find this provides greater value for the participants since you will have the opportunity to speak and ask questions should you wish to.
This seminar is available on the following evenings at 7.30pm
Wednesday, 21st April
Tuesday, 27th April
To sign up to one of the free seminars click here.
If the session is full and no longer accepting signups, please do add yourself to the waiting list in case anyone drops out.
Starting 11th May is our popular 16-week course – Master the Fundamentals of Healthy Eating – details of which can be found here.
BACK TO INFO HUB
This is what past participants have said…
“Loved the content. Ann was great – interesting and easy to listen to with illustrations that helped the discussions to hit home and with take away action points. It was nice being in a group setting to hear how others were going to make changes – as I could relate to what they were saying.” ~Hannah
“Great seminar. Ann is so friendly and presents the information in manageable bite size chunks without unrealistic pressures.” ~Alex
“Clear, thought provoking and time to discuss. A great starter to a new way of looking at food and understanding our habits” ~Tamara
“It was very good. Interesting and relevant information, lovely host, and great group of women. I just need to instigate what I’ve learnt – one step at a time!.” ~Amanda