Losing weight isn’t an overnight situation. If a product or program claims you can shed weight quickly, then it’s likely to be a fad.
Real and sustainable weightloss is something that takes time and effort. It’s a matter of calories in, calories out, but in a healthy and realistic manner.
“If you want to lose weight or have been losing weight, this is a result of consuming less calories than your body is utilising – in other words, your body is drawing on energy from stored fat rather than running off the food you’re consuming,” says Eimele’s formulator Simon Hill.
“Eimele has described this entire process at length before. With this in mind, the single most important thing when it comes to buying any product to promote weight loss is that it will help you achieve a calorie deficit in a healthy and sustainable manner,” he adds.
Simon also advises that while reducing your calorie intake you ensure your body is getting all the essential nutrients it needs.
“Something that is really crucial is ensuring that during these periods of consuming few calories you are still providing your body with all of the essential nutrients it requires,” he says.
“This is why a product like Eimele is super handy. All of the hard work has been done for you with each of the Eimele meals containing every single essential nutrient (macronutrients, vitamins and minerals) that your body needs to function at an optimal level each day.
“Each meal also contains the perfect amount of plant protein and dietary fibre to help keep you fuller for longer. So, you can lose weight and feel good at the same time, while not forsaking your long-term health,” he adds.
Professor Liz Isenring, Director of LINC Nutrition agrees that it’s not a short-term fix.