I get it, you might be feeling dread about another "diet" (the 'delish' approach is not a "diet" in the conventional sense).
When statistics show that 95%-97% dieters fail why even bother?
That's a good question and I hear you.
Diets don't work for anyone (other than for the dieting industry because they perpetuate the very problem they profess to solve).
- They are by design for short term results (you weren't planning to live the rest of your life at the gym or starving your…
At the ripe old age of 36 I almost decided to settle on being obese for the rest of my life.
Why? Because I was sure that I was already doing everything right.
I thought if a health nut with two holistic nutrition certifications, who had been eating a natural whole foods lacto-veg diet since she was 20 years old could end up obese, well then there was no hope in hell for anyone.
I fell into victim mode, then futility and finally almost settled for staying overweight.
When I looked around me,…
There are very few diet books that I can recommend because few are based in wisdom or the natural diet of the human species.
The knowledge you need is out there, but you need to learn from people who put your health first.
Here are my top 5 favourite books that will get you pointed in the right direction so that you can create your own weight loss plan based on the hormonal basis of obesity and weight loss physiology.
1. The Gabriel Method by Jon Gabriel
2. The Calorie Myth by Jonathan Bailo…
Your body weight set point refers to a specifc level of body fat that your body automatically works to maintain regardless of the quantity of calories you consume or 'try' to burn off via exercise.
This set point is why it's hard to lose weight. It's because the rest of your body's physiological functions are set to match that weight. When you lose weight, your whole body has to adjust and it takes time and consistent effort to change your body's homeostasis.