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What We Offer Clients

The first meeting with a client is called a Health Consultation. It helps us to get familiar with the person's situation, builds rapport and allows the coach to record important details. In our experience, the first meeting is fundamental to making meaningful changes in the diet. Only long-term changes can boost the long-term health of the client. This consultation also allows the coach to get a better picture of the client's overall lifestyle. For example, stress can interfere with even the best of plans, including the feeding plan. 

Usually we will finish the first meeting giving little or no advice About diet. We have to take a more considered approach for the benefit of the individual. Also, the coach may need to further research matters that have arisen during the first meeting. In the second meeting the coach will present simple dietary advice, specific to the client's health situation followed by an in-depth discussion.

Follow-up meetings are quite important too. Some clients can implement dietary changes overnight but most people need to make step-by-step changes over a longer period. Follow-up meetings help to prevent clients reverting to their old diet.

Clients will have full access to many educational tools in the Log In area of this site.


For The Public

This website serves as a learning guide for anyone who wishes to carry out their own research in the area of nutrition. The Food Tips section in particular will give the non-client many 'search terms' to further investigate so as to better their understanding of healthy eating. The News section will also help people to keep abreast of the important issues relating to the health of the planet, wildlife, farming and so on.


Where Did "Correct Nutrition" Originate?

In 2011, I came across an online video featuring Dr. James Carlson, a Family Physician from New York (USA). He described how the 'alternative dietary guidelines' are actually the 'correct' guidelines. After a while the idea of Correct Nutrition sprung to mind. 

I believe that the correct foods for any animal should be aligned with the foods which that species has evolved to thrive on. For example, if you could drastically change the food an animal eats, away from their evolutionary diet, isn't it likely they would struggle to survive? With the correct food, every species should thrive, not merely survive.


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Credentials

Eoin qualified as a Nutrition & Health Coach from the Irish Institute of Nutrition & Health (IINH). The IINH is based in Bray, County Wicklow, Éire. During his studies he was granted Certificate awards including ITEC, BTEC and FETAC. He also holds a Science Degree in Sport & Exercise Science which is an excellent background to have when it comes to nutrition. Combining all of the knowledge, we shed some light on the next topic...


Exercise, Counting Calories & Weight Loss

Healthy eating and exercise have long been used in the same sentence, supposedly equating to improved health and weight loss. One question remains unanswered however... Should obese individuals count calories and do strenuous exercise? I'll let you decide for yourself. Remember, just walking can be strenuous for an obese individual. To understand one vital piece of the jigsaw, watch the following video:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahq9gSfDJFc

           

The Coach

The Coach

Eoin is a qualified Nutrition and Health Coach. He also holds a University Degree in Sport & Exercise Science. Experience teaches him to carry out his own research as well as becoming qualified in an area. He is 'book smart' and 'street wise' when it comes to both nutrition and sport.

These qualifications  allow him to offer a unique learning experience to clients.

"In 2009, I listened to  an interview with Doctor Natasha Campbell-McBride. In short, she completely changed my view of nutrition and health. I am now a traditional food enthusiast."

There are many restrictive diets available that claim to improve your health. What About a non-restrictive diet where you decide how much, and still reap the rewards?