Frequently Asked
​Questions
What is Eat2Win?
Human nutrition is the study of the effects that any part of the diet, any of a selection of foods normally eaten by a person or population, has on the human. It's a complex science which overlaps with Psychology, Bio-Chemistry, Physiology, and Sociology. Human nutrition goes way beyond food and eating. The human's health, physical and mental attributes, their religious, social or cultural ties and beliefs, and the quality, farming and manufacturing methods of the food all come into play when assessing and planning a healthy diet for an individual making it an interesting but often extremely complex science. However, at Eat2Win we don't think it should be complicated for you.

Our skilled and qualified coaches educate using training materials which translates the complex multi-faceted science of nutrition to make it accessible for all. We focus on breaking bad habits which have been learned, coping mechanisms for stress for example which have led to emotional eating being commonplace, and on the development of new good habits which will remain with our students for life. Our qualified, accredited and insured Nutritional Therapists consult with every student and hand craft a tailored goal plan to guide them to their health and weight loss goals safely. And all of our recipes are developed by a professional chef using easily obtainable ingredients and methods which take the effort out of home cooking.

In short, Eat2Win is the most comprehensive programme available to anyone who seeks to take control of and improve their health or lose weight and change their lives for the better, permanently.


Is Eat2Win a diet?
No. The word diet is often used to describe a weight loss plan of which there are many commercially available. In that respect 'a diet' is a temporary or short term fix of the consequences of a lack of proper education in nutrition and of the outside influences which contribute to poor health or weight gain. Eat2Win is not 'a diet' as in the context of a weight loss plan, Eat2Win is a healthy diet learned and applied to fit in to our fast moving modern lifestyle.


Will I get a meal plan?
No. Meal plans are neither flexible, adaptable or suitable to modern day living. We do not prescribe what and when you should eat. Instead we educate our students on what and how they should eat to benefit their health. This method ensures that all students develop knowledge and habits which will keep them autonomously healthy for life.


Do I need to stick to a calorie or macronutrient goal?
No. During the consultation and goal planning stages a Nutritional Therapist will fully assess your physiology, factor in your ability to perform physical exercise and account for any long term illness, disability or medication you may take, review your lifestyle and ability to eat well if you are busy and any learned habits which may lead you to stress eat, binge eat or go long periods without food. After this we will provide you with a personalised plan which guides you towards your ideal macro and calorie targets within a range to make it easy for you to develop the habits which will get you and keep you where you want to be. We recommend ways to track this yourself in the first instance to enable you to learn what is right for you, after this you are able to go it alone. You do not have to calorie or macro count for life.


How do I get access to coaches?
Our coaches are available by direct message 7 days a week between 9am and 6pm and outside of these hours often via the private group. We provide one-to-one coaching for confidential discussions and group coaching to share with other students on a similar journey to you. This dual method of coaching delivers a far greater level of success in a far shorter time than the traditional method of visiting a nutritionist for a face to face consultation once per week.


Do you provide face to face consultations or weigh ins?
No. We deliver our services 100% online from signup to success. This means you can expect access to your plan, our coaches, our recipe library, how-to videos, the group and our induction eBook at any time from any device. If you are in the supermarket making food choices, or on holiday struggling with local ingredients we are here to help. We also provide weekly consultations via FaceTime or Skype should you require it.


Do I have to exercise?
Eat2Win takes a food first approach to your health. You can achieve a great deal through changes to your diet alone. However exercise even at a moderate level will support your journey, improve your health and enrich your life. We have a team of partnered Personal Trainers & fitness experts in a range of specialist areas including fitness for disability, for wheelchair users and those with a GP referral. Our PT Partners are available in the group for free advice, and you can consult with them directly should you require a personal trainer to assist with exercise. Services provided by our PT Partners outside of the group and any contract you enter into is independent of your Eat2Win programme. Prices and contract terms vary.


I am a Diabetic, can you help with my diet?
Yes. We are experienced with both Type 1 & Type 2 diabetes and one of our coaches is a Diabetes specialist being a Type 1 herself. We can provide you with assistance to avoid Diabetes if you have been diagnosed as pre-diabetic and we can plan for weight loss and specific foods to help you recover if you have been diagnosed with diabetes mellitus - Type 2.


I have high blood pressure (hypertension), can you help with my diet?
Yes. We can factor your high blood pressure into your plan and assist you with getting it under control. We do not recommend you deviate from your GP's advice and will work alongside their diagnosis with complementing nutritional therapy to speed up recovery.


I have high Cholesterol, can you help with my diet?
Yes. We can factor your high Cholesterol into your plan and assist you with getting it under control. We do not recommend you deviate from your GP's advice and will work alongside their diagnosis with complementing nutritional therapy to speed up recovery.


I have a history of Stroke and/or Heart Attack in my family, can you help?
Yes. Even if you are at a higher statistical risk from Stroke or Heart Disease due to genetics, changes to your diet now can reduce your chances of of Stroke, Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) and Cardiovascular Disease (CVD).


I want to start a family, can my diet influence my chances of falling pregnant?
Yes. One of our Nutritional Therapists specialises in Maternal and Paediatric health and we have seen the birth of two healthy babies from healthy mothers at Eat2Win in the last year. We can also assist with weight loss prior to conception which reduces risk during pregnancy to baby and mother, and post partum with mum's weight loss.


I'm a new mum and I'm breastfeeding, is it safe to lose weight?
Yes. There are a number of additional factors which need to be accounted for to do so safely. But we can accommodate weight loss while supporting nutrient levels which nourish your baby and keep your energy up. One of our Nutritional Therapists specialises in Maternal and Paediatric health and we have seen the birth of two healthy babies from healthy mothers at Eat2Win in the last year.


Is it expensive to scratch make all the food my family and I eat?
No. There will be a number of changes to the types of food you buy and eat but it is no more expensive to shop for food. You will also be eating less takeaway and ready made foods which can mean your overall expenditure on food is less.


Can my whole family eat the same food?
Absolutely yes. We developed Eat2Win with busy families in mind. You, your partner, your children and any guests to your table can eat, enjoy and benefit from our recipes and your cooking.

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