“The saying goes ‘you are what you eat’ and I think my 6 week transformation is proof of that. As a new mom of a 5.5 month old baby I had several reasons ‘why not’ to do the program. Lack of time, constant warnings about losing weight while breastfeeding,sleep deprivation… Oh and did I mention I had a back injury? It would have been easy to do nothing and continue as I was on surviving on whatever foods necessary so I didn’t have to cook and could eat quickly when required. I was in survival mode and not happy about it and the effect it was having on me. I knew that I needed to do something before the bad habits set in and it would be even harder to make changes. When I saw the nutritional seminar being advertised at WOF I knew it was exactly what I needed! I was given the tools and information to begin my journey. And the before photo and measurements would keep me honest and accountable for my actions during my 6 week journey. I found the program really easy to follow. In fact planning ahead and food preparation saved me time later in the week when I was the most tired and hungry. Not only did I lose several centimetres, my mood swings decreased, energy levels increased and my skin is looking incredible. I think by eating more regular, balanced meals my milk supply actually increased and mentally I’m in a much better space to care for my son. I wish I could say my sleep improved but I still have a baby so no change there. Thank you Anastasia for the awesome program! I’m focused on my health again so I can be the best version of me and role model to my son.”







*Have you ever heard the saying “You can’t out-train a bad diet”? Even if you’re exercising every day, your food choices affect your health more than the number of burpees you might do. Good nutrition is a vital part of leading a healthy lifestyle, but what does “good nutrition” mean and why is it so important?

When combined with exercise, eating the right food can help us to reach and maintain a healthy weight as well as having a positive effect on our overall health. Eating a balanced diet is a central part of good health and well-being. Good food provides our bodies with the energy to perform well in our physical activities; protein to repair and grow our muscles; and essential fats, vitamins and minerals to help us function properly.

If you’re interested in finding out more about how to get results for yourself contact us for a free 15 minute nutritional chat.



**Individual results may vary