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One simple, clean shake per day supports better long-term health and effortless weight loss
We recognise that healthy, happy bodies come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. But if you’re overweight, losing just 5-10% of your initial body weight can reduce your risk of diseases and improve your overall health and wellbeing.
Better health and weight loss starts with changing your diet, but this doesn’t need to include endless hunger or calorie counting.. Health professionals, nutritionists, dietitians and doctors all agree that changing to a diet that consists mainly of whole foods is the key to sustainable weight loss and better long-term health.
Purition is made from whole foods that are easy to pronounce and even easier to eat. Get started with our simple guide to losing weight with Purition.
1.EAT OR DRINK PURITION DAILY
It's filling & ultra-nutritious
Getting started on a weight loss journey can be as simple as replacing one (or two) of your daily meals with Purition.
When done consistently, this simple change can lead to a huge improvement in your diet. Why? Because the more whole foods you eat, the less processed food you eat.
This means you’ll feel fuller for longer and eat fewer (but better quality) calories.
New to healthy eating? Keep it at that for a week or two. It’s best to start small, rather than changing everything at once.
Just swapping your less-nutritious breakfast and/or lunch for Purition can have a significant impact on your diet quality and is an easy place to start.
When you've adjusted to this new routine, you can start to work on your wider diet by following these tips.
2.START MEAL PLANNING
It makes dietary change easier
By planning your meals ahead of time, you ensure that you always have the right ingredients to prepare healthy and nutritious meals.
Meal planning involves creating a list of healthy meals – and the ingredients you’ll need to make them – for a few days/a week and then shopping for those ingredients.
You can find our tips and examples by clicking here.
3.COOK WITH WHOLE FOODS
A sustainable route to weight loss
Whole foods keep you full longer, so you don’t overeat, whilst nourishing your body with the protein, fiber, fats and vitamins it needs.
Whole foods are single ingredients that have been grown or reared outdoors, which can be eaten without being industrially processed or refined.
Think veggies grown above ground, nuts, seeds, good quality meat, poultry, seafood, milk, eggs, herbs and legumes.
4.THINK PROTEIN, FIBRE, FAT
You'll feel fuller, longer
In every meal, try to include:
✓ Half a plate of non-starchy vegetables: Leafy greens, broccoli, cauliflower, mushrooms, eggplant...
✓ A source (or two) of good quality protein: Good quality meat, eggs, fish, tofu...
✓ A small serving of healthy fats: Olive oil, hard cheese, nuts, seeds, avocado, oily fish…
5.REDUCE SIMPLE CARBS & SUGAR
Too many carbs cause weight gain
Starchy and sugary carbs are quickly broken down into glucose and used as energy, but too many carbs may be stored as fat. This is why cutting back on foods like pasta, white rice, potatoes, fries and noodles can help you to lose weight.
But you don't need to miss out. It's easy to modify your favorite evening meals to make them suitable for weight-loss with our simple swaps. ‘Simple swaps’ involve swapping foods that are either easy to overeat or less nutritious with equally-delicious veggies.
Swap out potatoes, rice and pasta for steamed, raw or pan fried and buttered...
By following these recommendations, you’ll develop a satisfying, nutritious and healthy real food diet. This will not only help you to achieve your short-term weight loss goals, but leave you with great nutrition and healthy eating habits that stick around for life!
There's no one size fits all approach to weight loss, which is why we offer tailored professional advice to suit your dietary requirements and lifestyle.
“I would recommend Purition for a healthy, sustainable weight loss as it is a small, minimally processed (only chopped and ground up!), healthy meal made only from whole food ingredients such as seeds and nuts. It is naturally high in fibre, protein and contains mono- and polyunsaturated fats along with an array of vitamins, and minerals whilst being very low in sugar.”
Barbara Usak, Registered Associate Nutritionist (ANutr), BSc Human nutrition and PGDip Clinical & Public Health Nutrition
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