Nutritional Advice


Why do I need Nutritional Advice? 

Tactical Training Events- TTE NutritionNutrition is vital to all of us, it is what fuels our bodies and keeps us healthy. Without proper nutrients in our body, it starts to break down and we get ill, or lack energy or gain weight.

The single biggest increase in the last 50 years has been obesity in pretty much everyone, why? Well because we have turned to processed foods for quick sugary or fatty hits to feed our cravings, to be honest, it is not your fault as we are hard-wired to want 5 tastes – bitterness, sourness, sweetness, saltiness and the recently discovered umami.

We have constantly been told by advertisements and media to eat the food when what we really need to do is listen to our own bodies and not false advertising. If we constantly have bad sugary or fatty foods thrown in our face we become hooked, and once you're hooked it is hard to get out the cycle you're in but never impossible.

With correct advice and support, you can switch bad food for good food and still keep those tastes buds and cravings happy.

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5 foods that help fight belly fat

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Fennel Seeds

That is right the tiny little seeds are high in nutrition including fibre, magnesium, calcium and iron. These little seeds can be ground up and added to your salads, soups or even to make a fennel tea. It helps alleviate bloating and gas in your gut.

Dark Chocolate

Yep you heard that right dark Chocolate 70% or over actually helps to reduce belly fat and not only that,  it gives you a whole host of health benefits like improving your heart health and brain functions with increased blood flow. Although that doesn't mean you can binge on dark chocolate, you would have to limit this to 100 grams a day.

Green Tea

Green tea has been drunk for thousands of years, and was a normal ritual for both Chinese and Indian cultures. It is packed with antioxidants called catechins and combined with caffeine these help to stimulate the nervous system and increase fat-burning.

Greek Yoghurt

Organic Greek yoghurt is naturally high in calcium which helps to slow the production of cortisol which encourages belly fat. Greek Yoghurt has healthy bacteria that helps our guts function normally helping to alleviate bloating and gas in our guts.

Wild Salmon

Wild Salmon contains more Vitamin D that farmed Salmon and is also a good source of Omega 3 fatty acids. Deficiency in Vitamin D has shown to lead to an increase in obesity.


So how can we help?

Tactical Training Events- Kieron Welch ImageWe can help by looking at your current diet and tailoring a food plan specifically for you, we take in multiple factors to build a comprehensive food plan that is tailored to your fitness program.

Not only will we build a food plan for you but give you foods that actually improve your fitness levels as well as helping you lose weight.

It is not all about counting calories and watching what you eat, it is about replacing the poor foods with nutritious foods, eating healthier but enjoying elements of foods that you like, and finding healthy options that work for you.

You do not need to focus on BMI, metabolic calculations, blood types or any other conventional diet you might have heard about, it is about eating simple foods and cutting out the foods that add to belly fat and obesity.

We can work with you on:

  • Sports nutrition
  • Weight loss
  • Improving health
  • Understanding food groups
  • Foods to avoid
  • Food you should have as part of your daily diet
  • Nutritional smoothies
  • The best breakfasts to charge you with energy
  • Food cravings
  • Food issues

Plus a whole lot more so if you're interested in starting your journey to better health and a slimmer you then just get in touch by emailing us at

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