Time to take control of your health
Maybe you’ve tried every diet going and had little success, or are stuck in a cycle of losing weight only to gain it back again? Now could be the perfect time to try a different approach. If you struggle to maintain a healthy weight, you are definitely not alone. In our recent survey, 80% of you gained unexpected weight over the Covid Lockdown and 70% of you feel shame and embarrassment around it. Why not take the first step to regaining control with a #BodyFit Programme Consultation with Dr Mayoni?
Obesity affects one in four UK adults
Many people in the UK are overweight – in fact, more than a quarter (29%) of adults in the UK are classified as obese. Coronavirus lockdown hasn’t helped: although many people have had more time to think about their health, it has also been difficult to access exercise and far too easy to reach for the biscuit tin! And of course the stress and fear of the unknown can trigger deep rooted behaviours and associations that need untangling and facing.
There is now growing evidence that people who are overweight or obese are also at greater risk from coronavirus, which has prompted the UK government to introduce new measures to curb obesity. Tackling obesity is more important than ever for our health.
If you feel ready to face these behaviours and really discover the “WHY?” behind your weight, then the Dr Mayoni #BodyFit Programme is a holistic approach to health and wellbeing that works with you as an individual. If lasting weight loss is your goal, we can help.
“Why can’t I lose weight – or keep the weight off?”
Losing weight is rarely as simple as ‘eat less, move more’, and that’s because this doesn’t address why a person became overweight. Many factors play a role, including:
- your individual genetic makeup
- the relationships you formed with food in childhood
- subconscious habits that influence your choices now
- how susceptible you are to ‘emotional eating’
- the responsibilities that shape your week
- hormonal changes
- the list goes on!
The Dr Mayoni #BodyFit Programme takes a holistic approach to weight management by really getting to know you and your circumstances to begin to discover the ‘whys’ in your story.
Lasting weight loss results
Unlike other programmes, we won’t make impossible promises and we are not in it for a quick fix. Each programme requires a minimum commitment of three months because it is about achieving lasting change.
The Dr Mayoni #BodyFit Programme begins with an online consultation with Dr Mayoni, to identify your goals. You will then meet our Health Coach, Lianne, who will be with you for every step of this journey. Lianne will help you choose your programme, calling on the expertise of our team to cover all aspects of your health and wellbeing. Alongside nutritional support and meal planning, Dr Mayoni is on hand for medical advice and our Personal Trainer, Siri Andersen, for an exercise plan designed to work for your body.
Ongoing weight loss support
You will have plenty of ongoing support to help you achieve your aims, and long-term tools to use once the initial phase is complete. Dr Mayoni can also prescribe medical weight loss injections where appropriate and if you fulfil the medical criteria. This injectable treatment has been proven to help people with obesity lose more weight when given alongside making other lifestyle changes. Please note that Dr Mayoni will only prescribe products such as this as part of the #BodyFit programme, and not as a stand-alone treatment.
Weight loss treatment to suit you
You can choose from three tiers of treatment; Silver, Gold and Platinum, with a minimum time commitment from you of three months.
Ready to take the next step to losing weight?
If you are ready to find out how we can work together to improve your health and wellbeing, book your initial consultation with Dr Mayoni by clicking here. Take the first step to a different future.
“And suddenly you know: it’s time to start something new and trust the magic of beginnings.” – Meister Eckhart
You can also read Mayoni’s blog posts, “Obesity, inflammation, blood sugar and diet: what’s the connection to COVID-19?” and “Obesity: a growing problem affecting more than a quarter of UK adults”.