Custom Weight Loss Plan

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Debunking weightloss myths

Here’s why fad diets don’t usually work: they’re based on generic nutritional facts but don’t consider our individualities. We are all unique, and we all set different goals for ourselves regarding weight loss.

Sustainability is an issue for most generic weight loss plans because they’re usually made for easy and quick results. What we want you to consider is how to create a healthier lifestyle that will also allow you to lose weight and keep it off.

Why can’t I lose weight?

Now you know losing weight with generic diets is hard, if not impossible, which is why we want to give you the secret to creating a diet that will give you results. Take the intial plunge and visit our blog to find out more about topics such as:

  • Emotional Eating
  • Food Addictions
  • High Blood Pressure and Weight Loss
  • COVID & Weight Loss

The first crucial step in creating a weight loss diet is understanding how your eating habits are affecting your body and finding true long-lasting solutions without starving yourself!

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Learn how to count calories

If you have ever counted points, calories or tried to offset food choices with exercise only to be frustrated with little to no results, we’ll let you in on a secret… Not all calories are alike. The Glycemic index of the foods you eat plays a huge role in whether your body will burn a food easily or store it as fat. The Glycemic index of foods is a measure of how much that food affects your blood sugar levels.

Foods raise glucose to varying levels. Actual (sugar) has a glycemic index of 100, while other various foods can be ranked as low, moderate and high on the GI scale. Although GI index is helpful to meal planning, the TOTAL number of grams of carbohydrates can have a bigger impact than GI index on blood sugar levels.

Consuming low GI foods + calculating carbohydrate intake = the most stable blood sugar level and on-point diet!!!

How to set realistic weight loss goals

Think about this: when watching the Olympics, you get to see a lot of different body and muscle types. Gymnasts have lean muscles because they need to be light and flexible to perform, while weightlifters tend to have bigger muscles made for supporting and giving them strength. However, weightlifters have some of the lowest body fat percentages. Most weightlifters have body fat percentages lower than 10%, even lower than gymnasts. 

Healthy bodies come in all different shapes and sizes, so the proper way to set a goal for yourself is to consider what will make you feel better and become healthier!

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Eat better, not less

Once you understand your body’s unique nutritional needs and learn how to take into consideration calories, healthy foods and glycemic index, you are on the right track towards creating a sustainable weight loss plan. Not only will you lose weight, but you will feel great and be healthier! You don’t have to starve yourself, let’s just adjust the foods you are eating to fuel your body.