Nutrition for Weight-Loss


Nutrition for Weight-Loss


Sunday 21st October 13:30 - 15:00
Dan Price, Sports Nutritionist


About the workshop:

There’s a lot of conflicting information when it comes to nutrition and weight loss; it can often make us feel helpless. However, while various methods of weight loss seem specific and complex, the underpinning mechanism behind any plan is the same.

In this workshop with our nutritionist Dan Price, you’ll get hands on with food and challenge some long standing beliefs about weight loss, ‘good and bad’ foods and dieting myths.

We’ll cover;

- The physiology of weight-loss and why it is the first step to finding the right method for you.

- The practicality of weight loss and why what works in theory does not always translate to the real world.

- The psychology of weight loss and how it addresses your own personal context, your lifestyle, your food preferences and your own barriers.

Weight loss doesn’t mean you can’t ever eat chocolate or enjoy a glass of wine again! The perfect weight loss diet can’t work if you don’t stick to it!

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Understanding the difference between ‘methods and mechanisms’


Rebuild your approach to weight loss, based on practical choices that give you the best chance for success


Challenge traditional ideas of ‘good and bad foods’ and learn how to accommodate 'real life' within your plan


Based on the most up-to-date science and research in weight loss


Led by trainer Dan Price, CISSN dip.ISSN


Interactive format: get hands on with food

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*Limited tickets available.

Suitable for all levels.

Specifically tailored to those who are looking to achieve a long-term weight loss solution.

We understand plans change.

Refunds accepted up to 7 days before the event. Simply send an email to and we'll organise it for you.

About the trainer

Dan Price
SIX3NINE Trainer, Certified Sports Nutritionist

Nutrition, health and weight loss are topics heavily reported in the press and through social media. Sensationalist headlines polarise what is 'good' and 'bad', 'healthy' or 'unhealthy' and generally leave readers feeling more confused, and even less clear on what's right for them. 

This workshop combines research and practical strategies to help cut through the noise and find what works best for you.