Online Fat Loss Coach. ⠀⠀⠀ Nutrition, behaviour change, fitness. For more FREE health and fitness posts check out my Facebook at ‘Nathan Bancroft Nutrition’.
There are lots of different ways that you can measure body fat and body fat losses. Which is the best? Which is the most accurate? Is it worthwhile doing? In this episode we’ll look at the different methods and assess which to use. For more weight loss tips visit my Facebook page ‘Nathan Bancroft Nutrition’…
So often I see people say they don’t have the willpower or if only they had more willpower. Relying on willpower alone is unlikely to help you be successful in certain situations. Particularly around tempting foods. Using other strategies to help you so that you don’t have to rely on your willpower will help you a lot more.…
The scale is a good way of tracking weight loss progress. That being said, weight can fluctuate for many reasons, so it’s not always the best way on its own. This is why it’s important to have other ways of tracking progress too. I’ll share how to better track your progress in this episode.
I know being stuck at home can make snacking a big problem for a lot of people. Here I share my two best tips to fight off the cravings and keep your hands out of the cupboards! As always, remember to check out my Facebook page 'Nathan Bancroft Nutrition' for extra free content every week. If you're listening to this on Apple Podcasts I would reall…
When people decide to increase their activity they always seems to focus on their exercise sessions. They increase their gym sessions. Go for runs.Etc Whilst these are important, from a weight loss perspective, what you do outside of these sessions is likely to benefit you more.
Does skipping breakfast slow down your metabolism? Does eating breakfast and having more meals throughout the day speed up your metabolism? Does any of this matter?! Its all covered in here.
I see a lot of people asking about cheat meals. If they should have them. How often they should have them. Should you track them. Cheat day or cheat meal. What do I think of them. I cover it all and more in this video
Most people know that a lack of sleep can negatively impact their health. But most aren’t aware of the negative impact it can have on their weight loss. In this video I cover these topics whilst leaving you with 8 different tips on how you can improve your sleep to negate these effects.
I often see people saying foods are 'bad, or they make you fat, or you need to avoid them or cut them out. The issue with these statements is that they're looking at foods in isolation and not at the diet as a whole. In this video I discuss this further and talk about how you can use a flexible dieting approach to include the foods you enjoy withou…
Cravings can suck right?! We know they can make it so hard to stick to your plan and can seem impossible to control at times. In this episode I share 6 of my favourite tips for helping to reduce and manage your cravings! Hope you enjoy this episode. As always, remember to check out my Facebook page 'Nathan Bancroft Nutrition' for more weekly tips o…
Evenings can be a time that a lot of people struggle with. A time where the snacks come out as we try to unwind from a tough or stressful day. In this episode I discuss the main problems I think trigger this and how we can work to reduce this in the future. Remember to like and share this podcast with your friends. If you're listening to this on Ap…
I see so many people panic that they come back from a trip away a few pounds heavier. This really isn't a cause for concern. As I explain in the episode, this isn't going to ruin your long term progress so long as you get things back to normal once you return. Please feel free to like this episode, share with friends, and leave a review for the pod…
It’s not bad to feel like you don’t want to go to the gym all the time. That’s totally normal. The trick is to do it anyway and make it a habit.
After a long period of dieting, adherence can waver. By putting in some controlled breaks, we can get some longer, more consistent positive action.
Overly restrictive, all-or-nothing diets tend to backfire in the long-term. Flexible dieting, including the things you enjoy, can be extremely beneficial.
The golden question right?!
You’re ready to get started but have no idea what you should be doing?! Start here....
Should you eat exercise calories back?
A lot of poor food choices are made out of convenience. Meal prep is the best strategy I know for eliminating these opportunities.
How learning a language taught me to be consistent with my nutrition and fitness goals.
You’ll have them every now and again but they don’t define your results. How you react to them does.
So many people struggle with motivating themselves to do what they know they should do. How do you get around this?
So many of us aren’t sleeping enough. If you can’t get enough each night, can you ‘catch up’ at other times?!
Whilst it’s not easy, weight loss is simple. I think the problem most people have is they overcomplicate it unnecessarily.
Do you always blow your diet at the weekend? If so, Try this out.
It’s not your metabolism! It’s not your genetics! You just eat too much damn food!!
Do you feel that your adherence slips after a while when dieting? That you do well for a while but then can’t stick with it? Maybe you need a break!!
Which is best?!
It isn’t the most important meal and you don’t have to eat it! Crazy right?!
Do you really have a slow metabolism? Is it really your genetics? Or are just eating too much without being fully aware of it?!
So many of are constantly glued t o screens right up until bedtime. This can have a huge impact on sleep and in term, your health.
Sugar or sweeteners?! Which is better for weight loss and health?!
Hunger can be a pain when losing weight. Use these tips to help keep those hunger pains at bay!!
Controlling added Sugar intake is crucial to health. But so are so many others things that I think tend to be forgotten.
The perfect scenario right?!!
Why can one person keep achieve their goal and another not. This skill is one key difference between the two.
Is there an ideal rate of weight loss?! Does fast weight loss mean that you gain it all back quicker?!
The final piece to the puzzle. Are you simply eating too much food?!
I see this so often. Yes it is calories in vs calories out, however, calories out is always changing.
If you eat too few calories does it cause your body to ‘store everything you eat?’
Always relying on motivation could leave you stuck. We don’t always want to do the things we know we should do. So how do you get things done when motivation isn’t around.
Less isn’t always better. It’s what you can stick to consistently that makes the difference.
Do you keep falling off track?! We know that results require consistent action. But how do you stay consistent?
We all struggle with overdoing it on the snacks now and then. You’d be surprised by how simple changes can help reduce these occurrences.
We see them constantly plastered over social media, but do they actually do anything?!