MCC

 

about mccmotivate and eventually empower her clients to choose wisely, consistently with margins for comfort favourite foods because what’s a meal that leaves you with an empty stomach and accumulating a craving?

The consultations are carried at the convenience of your home or work place. Follow ups are carried out on a weekly basis via telephonic conversation and full support is offered online (Email/Whatsapp/Videocall).
A nutritional therapy questionnaire is sent via email post the initial telephonic conversation, which I need you to fill out and send back to me at least one day before we get started. No food groups will be eliminated for weight loss, however, it will be based specially focusing on your body stats and your achievable goals.
We focuses on getting back to the basics, celebrating what you can eat instead of restricting. It isn’t a one-size fits all sort of place. Working together, I ensures you get answers to your questions along with guidance, accountability and support so you can feel your best.

Mye Calorie Counts Principles

1. Hydrate

Drinking water, Herbal teas, fresh vegetable juices, nimbu pani, lassi and other non-alcoholic liquids throughout
the day encourages your body to function better and can help keep you focused and alert. Sometimes we mistake
thirst for hunger, so try and recognize the difference between the two!

 

2. Be adventurous

Eating a wider range of wholesome foods you are more likely to get the nutrients your body needs.
Try different types of daals, rice, a new vegetable or fruit!

 

3. Create bonds within your food

Always eat complex carbohydrates, such as whole grains with proteins at every meal.
Together they break down more slowly creating a steady flow of energy that helps keep you powered up and feeling satisfied for longer. 

 

4. Break your fast

Always eat breakfast as it is crucial to maintain a good metabolism and  you are able to be more focused
and productive until it’s time to refuel at lunch. It also allows your body to kick-start your digestion with fresh fruits and whole grains that provide sustained slow-release energy. Don’t forget your protein- so add in seeds, milk or yogurt or an egg everyday. 

 

5. Do without it

Sugar, in all forms, creates excess energy far too quickly which can end up being stored as fat in the body if not utilized. Be cautious of hidden sugars and also avoid sweeteners. Sugar also balances the electrolyte levels and is essential for liver functioning. Pick the right kind of sugars to maintain optimum health.

 

6. Let’s move 

Regular exercise enable the body to function more effectively. The best way to stay motivated is to keep it fresh and varied and do activities that raise your heart rate from a brisk walk to resistance training

 

7. Stop & Eat

Chewing slowly also helps aid digestion, so don’t rush it, interact with those around you and do not eat your meals alone, as it’s always fun to have some company when eating off a well-curated plate.

 

8. Love Fat

The unsaturated fats such as oily fish, olive oil, unsalted nuts and seeds provide the essential fats which are crucial for the transportation of certain vitamins and minerals. Fat does not make you fat if the right kind is eaten within the right quantity. It is also beneficial for our skin, nails and hair, and can help you feel good from the inside out. 

 

9. Eat mindfully

No foods are forbidden; otherwise you’ll just end up craving the things you’ve denied yourself. But when you do give yourself a treat make sure it’s as wholesome as possible – even high cocoa chocolate has beneficial nutrients.