Nutrition for Everyone
Whatever your goal – be better nourished, lose weight, have a happy relationship with food or simply to hand over the task of weekly meal planning – we’ll help you achieve it.

Nourish & Fast
Our daily fasting nutrition plan is built around the no-fad science of time-related eating (intermittent fasting), with all its health and weight management benefits. 

Combine Nutrition for Everyone with the extra health benefits of Nourish & Fast and get the best of both worlds.

Personalised Nutrition
Fully customised plan to fit in with your busy life or to get the best out of your training and racing. 

Nutrition Consultation
Schedule a consultation with Sally, Nuush’s founder and lead nutrition advisor, to talk through your nutrition, health or performance.

Medichecks Consultation
Get your Medichecks blood tests through Nuush. We will help you choose the right test(s) – at 10% off the standard price. We’ll guide you through the accompanying Medichecks doctor’s report and how you might approach discussions with your GP.

Nutrition Insights
Talk through your diet and health history with Sally. Receive a personalised nutrition plan that you can use for 4-6 weeks, then discuss longer term actions to build on what you have achieved.

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Peer pressure to overeat

Sometimes it seems like everyone just wants to make you eat when you’re not hungry, right? Like when you’re out to dinner and your fellow diners pressure you into eating pudding when you’re not hungry; or if you’re at a friend’s house and you feel under the spotlight to eat ALL the food; or if a partner constantly cajoles you into eating the same as them.

Peer pressure to overeat

Sometimes people are just being friendly and good hosts, and other times it’s a way of them giving themselves permission to eat or drink too much while dragging you along for the ride.

It’s not up to you to feed other people’s food or alcohol desires. It’s important for you to know your body and honour its hunger and fullness messages.

Here are some ways you can say no and stay friends and lovers!

  1. Just say no thank you. Repeat if necessary, with a lovely smile.
  2. Tell them to go ahead and order what they want, say whatever it is looks delicious and that you’ll try a bite of theirs if that’s OK.
  3. Say their food is always delicious and even though you’re full at the moment you would love to take some home with you or have the recipe.
  4. Say you love their company, you’re full and don’t want to spoil such a lovely occasion by being uncomfy.
  5. Move the subject on to something else that you know grips them.
  6. If a partner is cooking encourage them to use serving dishes, it makes dinner more special and you can eat only as much as you need.
  7. Also with partners say their food is always delicious and you really appreciate their cooking and don’t want to spoil the feeling by overeating.
  8. Always keep a flower pot handy for surreptitious plate clearing. Like “Cough. Ooh look at that big spider behind you!” WHAM, the food is gone 😉

“When you say ‘Yes’ to others make sure you’re not saying ‘No’ to yourself.”

Paulo Coelho

Do you want better health?

The Nutrition for Everyone plan will help you maximise the essential nutrients your body needs for robust health.

Thank you for reading this article. Please note that while we share a lot of awesome information and research you should be aware our articles are strictly for informational purposes and do not constitute medical advice intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent any disease.

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