Patients who come to the weight loss program at Portsmouth are tested for a range of health concerns—liver and kidney function, diabetes, stomach ulcers, gallbladder problems, hypertension and other issues. Beyond this, they receive psychological assessments and are educated about behavior modification, physical therapy and nutrition. Patients proceeding with the program are required to lose a percent of their body weight through diet and exercise.
Jenny - the founder of Jenny Janes Beauty - has a bubbly, easygoing personality that is instantly engaging and reassuring. She consults with you during each stage of treatment in order to ensure complete understanding of the process, as well as allowing her to accommodate any special requests. Jane is passionate about providing a thorough and precise service, using her wealth of knowledge and experience to produce immediate benefits and satisfying results.
You will not necessarily burn more fat using a ‘fat burn’ program on the treadmill which keeps you in an intensity of 50 – 60% of your max heart rate. There is evidence to show that exercising at a light to moderate range burns more fat than strenuous exercise as the body has greater access to use fat as a fuel during these lower intensities. As you can see in the table below, a percentage of fat is used during all intensities of exercise, but at different rates. Because the rate of fat use is slow during light to moderate exercise, it is important to increase the duration of your exercise session – minimum of 30 minutes progressing to 60 minutes.
Angelique is charismatic, knowledgeable and really encouraging – she is so connected to what foods benefit our systems and about what will make us feel well. Her weight loss programme is excellent and it is so refreshing to learn about food from a nutrition perspective rather than endless calorie counting. I can absolutely recommend that everyone goes to see her and learns about nutrition and what we can do to improve ourselves!
Dr C.Rajeswaran (Raj) is a consultant physician in diabetes, obesity & endocrinology working in a large hospital within the National Health Service, United Kingdom. He has clinics across the country including several clinics in Nuffield hospitals and also runs the reputed ‘The London Obesity Clinic’ at 10, Harley Street, London. He is extremely passionate about weight management and more so for people with diabetes. His specialist interest includes complex severe obesity, diabetes and diabesity.
Phase 3: Relax: at this point you will receive a more extended food list allowing you to broaden your meal choices. This is the time when a weekly 'treat' meal is added in. Adding exercise at this point is extremely beneficial. This is when most people really start to see a difference in how they look and feel. Hunger and craving diminish and you will notice how a small amount of food will leave you feeling satisfied. Energy levels rise, skin looks glowing and all round wellbeing improves.
You don’t have to be an athlete to notice how nutrition can impact your performance. For you it could be your performance at work, in the gym, or at home with your family. Performance tells us a lot about your physiology. Whenever you feel low or are finding your performance is suffering, your motivation and desire to continue with the recommendations will diminish.