Three Biggest Dieting Mistakes

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The best action to take is to address your underlying problems, nourish your body with calories coming from foods your body can tolerate while inhibiting potential disease. Then the weight will begin shedding off a lot quicker and you will feel so confident and proud of yourself!

PictureMistake #2:  Ignoring your HA1C and C-reactive protein (CRP)

Have you done your routine blood tests recently? Did you see what your HA1c and C-reactive protein (CRP) levels were?

If you have high levels, you’ll want to consider reversing these two markers before starting any weight loss program. These two blood markers represent your body’s level of inflammation and oxidative stress.

HA1c measures the percentage of hemoglobin that is glycosolated by blood sugar. Glycosolation is the process of glucose (blood sugar) attaching to proteins, which changes their structure and damages their function. High levels of HA1c increase your chances for diabetes.

C-reactive protein (CRP) also indicates an increased state of inflammation in the body which can lead to an increase in the likelihood of heart disease. If your levels of one or both markers are high, you need to address it first before starting any weight loss program! Take the right measurements by lowering these two markers with nutrition and food supplements.
This will support your goal to gain health & lose weight.

PictureMistake #3:  Going to the gym

Most individuals start their attempts to lose weight by increasing physical activity while restricting calorie consumption. They do this in order to create a negative energy balance so the end result would be weight loss. This theory is based on the assumption that change in body weight is equal to energy intake minus energy expenditure.  This is often used to show how reductions in calorie intake and/or increases in physical activity will result in successful weight loss that can be maintained over the long run.

Unfortunately, reality shows otherwise. More people are gaining back their weight with no meaningful long term results and in the long run, the “yo-yo diet” negatively affects their basic health and doesn’t properly address chronic diseases like diabetes and cancer. This model simply does not sufficiently consider the fact that energy input and expenditure are interdependent and regulated at several biochemical levels based on nutrition.

Your body is a very complex machine that operates under homeostatic balance. By regulating energy you are able to maintain body weight. Whereas increasing physical activity alone will most likely increase body fatigue, hunger, lack of energy and result in additional weight gain.

Don’t neglect your body’s needs for proper nutrition to function optimally.  Our program is an energy-balanced model designed to support your body’s specific needs!

Are You Ready To Take The First Step Towards Gaining Health And Losing Weight?