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Celebrity Fridge Raid: Michelle Heaton

November 27, 2008

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The Nutrition Coach is featured in an article in Closer magazine in which celebrity diets are analysed.

Singer and Girl-About-Town Michelle Heaton speaks with Kate Cook, founder of The Nutrition Coach, about her eating habits and reveals a secret penchant for bread, crisps and chips!

Kate says:

“It’s no wonder Michelle’s feeling bloated – a wheat heavy diet can make the tiniest of tums expand. I’d recommend eating oats or live yogurt for breakfast. And replacing red meat with fish or beans will help Michelle’s heart and cut back on calorie intake.”

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How to stop yo-yo dieting

November 12, 2008

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The Nutrition Coach is featured in an article in Zest magazine focusing on weight loss.

Kate Cook, founder of The Nutrition Coach, explains how you could stop you-yo dieting.

“Throw out the scales – your weight is irrelevant.
Stop banning foods: nothing is off limits but you should compensate for less healthy food choices with smaller portions or more exercise.
Kick-start the day: a nourishing breakfast will keep hunger at bay until lunch.”

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How to improve the quality of your sleep

November 12, 2008

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The Nutrition Coach is featured in an article in Waitrose Food Illustrated magazine focusing on diet and quality of sleep.

The food you eat can have a profound effect on how you sleep. In this article, the Nutrition Coach offers a few tips on getting a good night’s rest.

“First things first, it’s no use carefully choosing foods to help you sleep if you overeat directly before retiring. This is because a full stomach makes your digestive system work overtime, and may prevent sleep. So, as a rule, try to eat dinner at least three hours before going to bed.”

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Post-pregnancy weight loss & nutrition

October 10, 2008

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The Nutrition Coach is featured in an article in SW magazine focusing on post-pregnancy nutrition.

Kate Cook, founder of The Nutrition Coach and author of “An Unfit Mother: How to Get Your Health, Shape and Sanity Back After Childbirth” explains her commonsense approach to getting back into shop after giving birth.

“It’s about learning to love the new shape you’ve become, whatever that may now be, eating healthily and living a good and active life.”

The book covers everything from easy at home exercises. It also offers advice on eating right during pregnancy and post birth, whilst still ensuring you munch enough to satisfy even the hungriest breat-feeding mum.

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Celebrity Fridge Raid: Donna Air

October 4, 2008

Closer Magazine

The Nutrition Coach is featured in an article in Closer magazine in which celebrity diets are analysed.

Actress and Girl-About-Town Donna Air speaks with Kate Cook, founder of The Nutrition Coach, about her eating habits and reveals a secret penchant for chocolate!

Kate says:

“Full marks to Donna for choosing organic produce and buying from local suppliers. Organic food tastes better, is free from pesticides and you always get what’s in season. It’s also good to see that Donna eats healthy sources of protein in the form of hoummous which – along with the essential fatty acid oil – provides good levels of omega-3 fats. They’re vital for healthy brain function in both adults and children.”

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How to detox

September 28, 2008

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The Nutrition Coach is featured in an article in Marie Claire magazine focusing on the importance of detox.

Kate Cook, founder of The Nutrition Coach, offers these detox tips:.

“Once a week take a hot cleansing bath. Start by dry body brushing and then bathe in detoxing salts. It will draw out toxins and improve circulation.”

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