Yesterday morning, on the Sunrise program, Doctor Libby Weaver, who is the author of a new book called ‘Accidentally Overweight’, told me something I already knew (because The Natural Way told me): her amazing revelation on prime time morning television was that weight gain was not necessarily caused by the food you eat!
In fact, Dr Weaver went on to say that stress and hormones played a major role in how we lose / gain weight. While the book ‘Accidentally Overweight’ is apparently revolutionary, The Natural Way has maintained – for over thirty years – EXACTLY what Doctor Weaver is saying: THE FOOD YOU EAT IS NOT NECESSARILY CAUSING YOUR WEIGHT GAIN.
If you are incredibly stressed, your body produces an excess of adrenalin and cortisol: an abundance of these two hormones in your system puts your body into ‘stress mode’ which means your body wants to conserve fuel (NOT burn it off). This is simply part of our survival mechanism i.e. your body wants to ‘store fuel’ in order to have enough physical defences to withstand the effects of the excess stress making weight loss virtually impossible.
Hormones can also a weight loss nightmare, especially for women. Imbalances in estrogen and progesterone can impact on the way women stores fat and also affect their emotional stability and energy levels. Of course, it is of no coincidence that women really struggle with managing their weight at times in their life of notorious hormonal instability: this includes adolescence, pregnancy and menopause.
The Natural Way has a holistic approach to weight loss which means we assess our clients’ needs and recommend a program that will best suit them. Our exclusive range of herbal formulations are designed to balance your body, so we can offer you a natural ‘solution’ to calming the nervous system and balancing hormones – which means weight loss will result!
To find out more about our weight loss program, call 1300 SLIMMER (754663) today and make a FREE appointment to find out how we can help you get back the body you want. With summer only 12 weeks away, now is the time to get your beach body ready!