About Nathan Hewitt

My mission is to help people unlock their full weight loss potential to lead a healthy, happy, balanced, proactive life, without the use of mainstream diets and brands

Who Is Nathan Hewitt? 

Hi, I’m Nathan Hewitt. I’m a weight loss blogger on a mission to help educate and inspire people to lose weight without mainstream diets.

In the past, I spent my entire childhood and teenage years battling with bad eating habits. By the age of 15, I was 300-pounds overweight and obese. My weight was so bad that in 2004, I was quoted as ”Britain’s Fattest Teenager” in the British tabloids (not my proudest moment in life I can assure you).

Most my school years consisted of being bullied; I was picked on, made fun at, spat at… you name it. It happened to me. One day after a seriously bad beating, I decided that I wasn’t going to be that person anymore.

I decided I was going to change my life and over a period of 18-months, I lost an incredible 150 pounds!

I completely changed the person I was, the person that I was destined to become. Which now, has propelled me to pursue things in my life that I never thought I could.

Everyone tells you losing weight will change your life, but no one tells you how. No one explains to you how you’re going to feel, how people will start to treat you differently, and how one day you can look in the mirror and not even recognize yourself.


All those things happened to me, and my life was changed forever. Losing weight taught me to be dedicated, goal orientated, strong, resourceful, confident and above all else, it inspired me to dedicate my life to self-development, self-perseverance and because of my experiences over the past 10 years, I now inspire others to achieve their personal goals.

What motivates me is knowing that I can make a difference in the lives of people who suffer with obesity and bad eating habits. It’s because of my past, I am in touch with the emotions of being an overweight person.

What Makes You Different From Other Weight Loss Figures?

Unlike the majority of weight loss experts out there, I actually used to be obese! I know what it’s like to wake up each day hating myself.

I know what it’s like to try every diet in the books and experience failure after failure. But I also know what it’s like to preserve and get success.

I lead by example of my own teachings. And everything I share comes from personal experience, allowing me to connect with my readers on a personal level.

And believe me, I am not special or gifted. What I have achieved in my life isn’t luck; it’s taken hard work. But at least now I can make the journey a lot easier for others.

I’ve also been fortunate enough to have my work featured in major media including, The BBC, ITV, The Daily Mail, Closer Magazine, Australia’s Sunrise TV, as well as internet and radio worldwide.


How Do You Help People Lose Weight?

My mission is to help people unlock their weight loss potential and get the best results they can. I do this by taking them on a journey of personal change.

As a coach, it’s my job to make sure people have access to best support, content, and resources possible – no more money wasted on mainstream brands.

I also offer personal coaching online. Which means people anywhere in the world can connect with me personally and lose weight with my assistance.

It is my belief that everyone has the potential to lose weight. I don’t care how big, young, old, or how many times you have failed. You have what it takes to lose weight through your own personal power. And sometimes, the best way to get there is with the help of others.

People don’t need to waste  anymore money on mainstream diets. Everyone has the potential to lose weight from their own personal power.

Can You Tell Us About Your Diet And Exercise Routine?

Most people assume that I’m a fitness and health junkie, but the truth is, I live by a few basic principles.

I always start the day with a healthy breakfast. I eat plenty of vegetables with my main meals (sometimes up to 8 portions a day!). I maintain a high protein intake with every meal. I tend to repeat the same meals over and over so I don’t go over my calorie limits. And I take a few supplements to support my general health.

As long as I know how many calories I need for the day, I can make allowances for junk food from time to time. Maintaining a healthy weight is not as complicated as the media makes out.

When it comes to exercise, I favor heavy weights over everything else. I lift 3-4 times weekly and do a lot of walking.

I wouldn’t call myself a bodybuilder, however, I have built a lot of strength and muscle over the years and maintain an athletic physique.

My body fat percentage stays between 12-16% depending on the time of year and what my goals are. I’ve learned that it’s okay for our weight to fluctuate throughout the year because priorities change along with eating habits. However, we can still maintain a suitable weight once we’ve had enough practice with tracking and planning meals.

What Is Your Daily Routine Like? 

Every day I try to find ways to expand my personal growth, develop new skills, and be creative.

Whether I read books on my I-Pad, write music on my acoustic guitar, take an online course, exercise at my home gym, or interact with my readers/clients online. I always keep myself busy.

It’s important for me to be in a constant state of growth, but I also enjoy some passive entertainment. Watching Netflix and playing videos games is a great way to relax when I’ve achieved my goals for the day.

What Is Your Health Philosophy? 

Health is not determined by food alone. So while I believe in having a diet that’s filled with nutritious foods, it’s also good to have healthy standards.

My philosophy is this:

  • Total the number of calories your body requires to achieve and maintain a weight that is suitable for you.
  • Eat fresh living foods with every meal – pick your favorite vegetables and eat more of them.
  • Create meals that you enjoy and match your goals – don’t eat something you don’t look forward to.
  • Exercise regularly – chose a workout that excites you and pushes you at the same time.
  • Make allowances for junk food – don’t cut out junk food, simply make room for it.
  • Growth is happiness – learn as much as you can when you can because our character is essentially all we have.
  • Be mindful – keep a journal, meditate, and self-reflect.
  • Trust yourself, learn to love yourself, and take responsibility for your actions.

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You can lose weight, You can change the quality of your health, and You can start right now. No longer do you need to put your dreams of a healthier life on hold.