When I was at university I made a promise to myself never to buy a ready meal. I wanted to avoid gaining weight and becoming unhealthy, so I cooked all my meals from scratch and read more nutrition books than I did my course books. I was studying Politics & Sociology and very quickly realised I should’ve thought more about my degree choice and picked Nutrition instead. All that aside, I graduated and decided to pursue a career in journalism to one day write for one of the many health, fitness and nutrition magazines I coveted. A year later I scored my first job at Health & Fitness and I haven’t looked back.
I decided to train with Future Fit because the volume and workload suited my lifestyle and my current workload. The course content was information I was already familiar with, plus a substantial amount of theory that was new to me, which was exciting.
I am a Health Editor at Health & Fitness magazine. I have worked on the magazine for five years and I first joined the magazine because I had a huge passion for nutrition and health. During my time on the magazine my interest has grown and so has the volume of healthy eating content I produce for the magazine.
I plan to continue in my role as Health Editor at Health & Fitness magazine, while helping private clients in my free time. I feel well equipped to advise others on weight management and sports nutrition.
Nutrition is the base plate to achieving any goal. So my top tip would be once your nutrition is correct then every thing else will be easier to achieve.
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