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Genesis Personal Training | Oxfordshire | Thame | Oxford

Richard Mason
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Online Fitness and Nutritional Coaching

At Genesis we support realistic values and goals, although the odd treat here or there shouldn’t do you too much damage to your overall weightloss and fitness, we like to keep a keen eye on blood sugar levels and we take steps to ensure a healthy balance.  A basic rule where eating well will reduce or even eliminate the need for such treats. Maintaining your blood sugar level is key to a good diet and, as a result, healthy loss of body fat.

No ‘fad’ miracle diets or no meal replacement drinks/programs that promise unrealistic (and often unhealthy) weightloss will ever be seen here; They are expensive, and they simply do not work in the  long-term.

Instead, we look deep into the world of nutrition and establish a healthy dietary balance custom tailored to each individual.  We have a professionally trained nutritional therapist on hand to assist in helping you achieve and maintain the perfect dietary balance needed.

Quinoa – The Superstar Super-Food

As a Nutritional Therapist, I have known and spoken about the virtues of quinoa (pronounced keen-wah) for years to my clients. However, recently it seems that everyone is talking about it. It tastes great, is suitable for a gluten-free diet, and has numerous health benefits along the way. Here are a few benefits that may interest you:

High in protein - Quinoa consists of nine essential amino acids which are the building blocks for protein. It has more protein compared to rice, millet or wheat making it a good choice for those on higher protein diets, vegans and vegetarians.

Rich in both vitamins and mineral - Quinoa is an excellent source of iron, magnesium, Riboflavin (B2) and manganese.

It is gluten free and wheat free - People who have been advised to avoid these foods from their diet can include quinoa as a nourishing alternative. It can also be used to make porridge, cakes and pastas.

It can help reduce inflammation - Quinoa contains anti-inflammatory phyto –nutrients which may help with inflammation within the body, help repair tissue damage and protect cells from free radical damage.

Helpful in weight management - With its high protein content, low GI index and only 120 calories per 100g, it is a tasty and easy food option for people to eat.

So, if you haven’t yet tried the tasty delights of quinoa, there have never been more reasons to do so!

Written by Roz Bigland, Ba (Hons) Dip ION FDSC
Nutritional Therapist at Thame Therapy Clinic

A Word on Eating Right

Genesis offers you an at-home, busy person's solution to success. With Online coaching you will receive:

• Week-by-week food plans tailored to you.
• Exercises plans to complete.
• Email support.
• Logging food dairy.
• Logging exercise calendar.

All for only £20 per month! Click here to download your Weekly Nutrition Log. Email Richard to get started: