Eat to Run: Spring Edition
Scroll down to learn how you can lean up for a summer of great food and fitness.
Georgina Graham, Nutritionist
Cotswold Better Health
What You Get in this Programme
3 Weeks to learn the recipes and habits you need to have your best Summer yet:
A Recipe Book Unlike Any you've used before
Easy to follow recipes which quick to prepare and tasty.
The book starts with list of contents and recipes followed but the fundamental guidelines you can apply to every meal and snack.
The recipes are then broken into Breakfasts, Lunches, Dinners and Snacks so you can quickly find what you want and get your ingredients ready.
Qualified Guidance for Personalised Results
Unlimited questions and answers with your own Nutritionist
Imagine having someone to turn to whenever you have questions come up about your food.
George is available to answer questions throughout the programme so you can get back to the lifestyle you want.
Support and Inspiration through a Closed Facebook Group
Interact with and learn from other members through pictures and posts
Use this group to review each of the recipes, ask questions, discuss your challenges and support other members.
You'll love being part of a group who are all working to clean up their diet.
Most members of the group will be members of Cheltenham Running Club so you'll have more than just food in common.
Starts: Monday 20th of May but you'll gain access to the group and recipes on Saturday the 18th
Programme Ends: 9th of June
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- Body Composition Analysis
- Nutrition Guide and Recipe Book
- Unlimited Nutritionist Support
- Closed Facebook Group
What Past Participants Are Saying
Lost 7 pounds and still leaning up beyond the programme!
It was full of simple recipes that encouraged me to start cooking again. It helped me understand how to eat balanced meals that also ensured I got my five a day every day.
I lost about 7 pounds in weight and I am able to maintain that. Today I am a stone lighter than when I started the plan.
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