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Weight Loss & Meal Replacement

Weightloss

Confused about weight loss? We’re not surprised as the dietary information offered today is conflicting and confusing.

The supermarket shelves are littered with diet products and miracle weight loss shakes. Maintaining a healthy weight should be simple for everyone and we’ve created a resource section that offers real guidance that you can implement immediately.

side noteSide note: There are no shortcuts to success. Health is a lifestyle not a life sentence. If you are looking for a quick fix, then sorry, this information is not for you. But, if you are willing to be open-minded and try new things, we have a resource here that could help change your life forever – Guy

Before you Start… Is your body ready to lose weight?

This may seem like an unusual question but if your digestive system (your gut) isn’t healthy you will struggle to lose weight. An imbalance of gut bacteria arises from the use of antibiotics, lifestyle and bad food choices. Diet soda is a big culprit in destroying good bacteria due to the artificial sweeteners (you can read our thoughts on diet soda here). How can we fix this? Have your gut health checked with any good naturopath before you embark on your weight loss journey.

Our Naturopath Tania explains the importance of gut health here.

Step 1: Download and read our free eBook

ebookThis covers the principles of good nutrition and dispels some of the common misconceptions associated with food. We want you to be aware of the effects that sugar, bad fats and artificial processed ingredients have on our body. These play a huge roll in how we look, feel and think and will have great impact on those wanting to lose or manage their weight.

download our ebook here

Step 2: Read these articles

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Step 4: Further Reading

Apply your new-found knowledge

So by now you will have a better understanding of the impact that sugar and processed foods have on our body and the importance of consuming healthy fats. Remember, take things slowly, small reductions in weight each week really add up over the course of the year.

The information displayed here is for informational purposes only. Any decision on your part to read and use this information is your own personal choice. The information on this website is not meant to be used to diagnose, prescribe for, or treat any medical conditions. Please discuss any medical condition with a qualified healthcare provider.