A clinical nutritionist is earning praise from women across the country after she launched a “revolutionary” app to help Aussies transform their bodies and attitudes towards food – without giving up the goodies they love .
State 8020 is the brainchild of Sydney foodie Sally O’Neil, 36, and aims to provide customized nutrition and strength-training plans to suit your personal goals and abilities.
user of the apartment can enjoy specially tailored seven-day meal plans and recipes, personalized macros tailored to their specific goals, exercise programs, and bi-weekly check-ins with Sally.
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You don’t have to give up the foods you love, either.
Sally promises her Approach It’s about balance in both diet and exercise.
“It’s 80 percent whole foods and 20 percent soul food — 80 percent nutrition and 20 percent exercise and 80 percent dedication and 20 percent fun,” she tells 7Life.
“I know that consistency, not perfection, is the key to lifelong change. So we code to make sure the plan is realistic and fun at the same time.”
The 12 week Build and Lean program gives you access to thousands of recipes, meal plans tailored just for you, exercise video demonstrations and goal tracking to keep you motivated and on track.
Depending on your goals, you can either lose weight or gain muscle.
And Sally and her team act like a coach and nutritionist in your pocket, providing you with feedback and support.
Those who have tried State 8020 raved about it.
“I thought all diets didn’t work for me and it was my hormones,” writes one woman.
“I didn’t eat for the week and then binged on the weekends.
“This is the first time I’ve not used food for emotional support and escape because I’m actually full and finally have a sustainable approach to my goals.”
Another current user of the app adds: “Day 10 and no binge eating. This is unreal! Finally, a diet that promotes balance, basic nutritional understanding, and evokes the bulls*** that we’re being sold. I’ve lost 1kg and I’m counting.”
Prices start at just $10 a week — which many believe is far cheaper than regularly seeing a nutritionist or personal trainer.
Sally’s own background plays a role in her creation State 8020.
Born in Britain, she was labeled a ‘fat kid’ at school for many years and suffered from daily panic attacks before she discovered the power of exercise and healthy eating.
“When I first moved to Melbourne at the age of 24, I didn’t even know how to boil an egg,” Sally recalls website.
“Up to this point, I was living on smoked salmon, mint munchies, cereal, and microwavable meals.”
After Sally learned about nutrition, she started a website – The Fit Foodie – which proved hugely successful and has since spawned cookbooks and blogs.
Sally has lost 30 pounds through exercising and eating healthy, and now lives what she preaches: eat healthy and exercise four times a week.
“I have a wonderful relationship with my food and my body,” says Sally.
“I use my platforms to teach women how to avoid my own pitfalls and educate them using evidence-based methods.”
State 8020 embodies this philosophy as it is not an ordinary diet or nutritional program, but rather a sustainable lifestyle that is easy to maintain and enjoy.
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