I think it is safe to say that “dieting” is never all smooth sailing and is seldom as straightforward as maybe some people expect it to be.
Throughout my years working as a Dietitian and Nutritionist, I have seen firsthand how many dieters are leaving results on the table because of incorrect execution of nutrition, not having the right plan and direction, or simply spinning in circles because they are guessing their way to results.
What ends up happening is you are stuck on the “ hamster wheel of dieting” as I call it.
Having a Dietitian in your corner can be the difference maker for many. So is it something that might be what you need right now to have a breakthrough?
In today’s blog, I share a (non-exhaustive) list of 10 signs you may want to consider giving a Dietitian a buzz so you can get some nutrition expertise working in your favour.
As a Dietitian and Nutritionist, I work with many clients who want to know how to lose weight to some extent or another and this has led to me having a lot of experience in this area over the years.
However, another less known fact is that I myself have worked on my own physique over the years which included having fat loss goals - starting from before I even become a Dietitian.
With this came wins AND mistakes that I made along the way which enables me to provide a unique insight as a health professional and fellow “dieter”.
That is why today I want to share what I wish I knew earlier about fat loss so that I can help you avoid the same mistakes and stop believing some of the misinformation spreading around the web.
In today’s blog, I reveal 4 things I wish I knew earlier when it came to my fat loss journey so that I can help you take more informed action for your own weight loss goal/s.
10 Protein Foods That Will Making Hit Your Protein Target Easier Than Ever | Tracking Macros For Beginners
Protein is the king of macros considering how popular it is among dieters, athletes, and even regular folk wanting to eat a better diet.
So it is not surprising how many people want to know what foods can help them eat more protein and more specifically, hit their protein targets day in, day out.
I have often been asked what high protein foods I recommend - usually from individuals counting macros for fat loss. Indeed, eating a high protein diet is well sought and is generally a good practice too.
In today’s blog, I share 10 protein foods I recommend as a Sports Dietitian to help you level up your nutrition and track your macros more effectively.
Hi there! My name's Aleksa Gagic - i'm a Brisbane Sports Dietitian & Brisbane Sports Nutritionist. I have 7+ years experience in providing professional nutrition consulting and want to help you learn about the power of flexible nutrition.