Hi everybody, this is August newsletter I would like to talk about successful weight loss.
Weight loss on our new year resolution list, we want it, we need it, but not everything is clear about it. There are 48,450 diet books on amazon.com, it looks everyone can lose weight. Starvation will work, but you will not like how you look or feel.
Becoming overweight is a symptom of an unhealthy lifestyle, malnutrition, toxicity, excess stress and disconnection with nature.
Many health problems related to the excess weight-hypertension, cancer, osteoarthritis, asthma, fatty liver, diabetes. But you can become skinny and still be sick, still have the deficiencies, imbalances, poor cellular function. Instead, focus on building health.
Rather then subtracting calories that make you fat, you need to add foods and activities that will improve health and wellbeing. Loss of excess weight and fat will a positive side effect.
Changing unhealthy eating habits and increasing physical activities should not be temporary program. Even if you do lose weight, chances are you will gain it back once you are off the program.
YOUR GOAL SHOULD NOT BE TO LOSE WEIGHT BUT TO IMPROVE YOUR LIFESTYLE. CULTIVATE A LIFE-LONG WAY OF EATING AND LIVING.
DO NOT COUNT ON JUST COUNTING THE CALORIES, IT DOES NOT WORK LIKE THIS, ALL CALORIES ARE DIFFERENT, THEY ARE COMING FROM DIFFERENT FOODS AND HAVE DIFFERENT NUTRITIOUS VALUE.
You can count calories and eat junk. If you eat nutrient –dense real food your body getting all nutrients from it and you need fewer calories, body uses calories for function and to maintain muscles. Muscle tissue continually burns energy. The more lean muscle you have, the more energy will be burned in metabolism, the greater your metabolic rate and fat burning capacity. Usual calories counting weight diets can decrease muscle mass and lower metabolic rate by 10-20 %. By reducing calories with low-nutrient nonfoods, you may lose weight, but your body suffers due to malnutrition, you lose muscle tissue and it will be easier to regain weight.
People who focus on dense-nutrient foods tend to consume fewer calories.
Being overweight indicates that you need more nutrition.
If you are obese, your body is starving. NOT FOR CALORIES, BUT FOR NUTRIENTS.
While restricting calories seems to ease some health risk markers, most markers are not changed. And more, restricting calories takes away the enjoyment of food, you miss the point of eating.
IF YOU REALLY WANT TO LOSE WEIGHT AND IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH YOU MUST REPLACE EMPTY CALORIES AND DENATURATED FOODS WITH NUTRIENTS.
Overweight does not result from just eating too many calories and not exercising enough, it results from eating the wrong type of calories and probably not exercising enough. If over-processed junk food caused weight lose, the US would be the healthiest nation in the world. But it is definitely not.
DO NOT GO ON THE DIET-it is deprivation and temporary weight loss for the sake of muscle mass.
Many successful weight losers do not use any specific type of diet. They lean what their bad eating habits were and make change. Long term change in diet and exercises have been shown to have the best results on weight reduction and maintenance.
DROP DIETING AND GO TO EATING BETTER!
FOCUS ON CONSUMING AND ENJOING THE REAL NUTRITIOUS FOOD AND PROMOTE HEALTH.
A custom, individualized program allows the person to create individual program of food and activities- since we are all different, our programs will be different.
The ratio of fats, carbohydrates and proteins differ from person to person and while some thrive on greater amounts of vegetables and fruits and very little meat, for example, others will experience deterioration of their health because they need more proteins and less carbohydrates.
The real foods and some real food supplements can add in restoring balance to the body’s systems, glands, tissues and organs.
I use NRT and saliva, blood tests in order to determine nutritional deficiencies, we will correct it with right food and right supplements.
If you have any questions regarding this topic, please, contact us at 610-277-3430.
In the next newsletter we will continue conversation about successful weight loss.