Weight Loss

Weight loss is a nev­er-end­ing debat­ed top­ic. With­out assess­ing the whole health of the indi­vid­ual it is like putting the “cart before the horse”. Gen­er­al­ly there are oth­er fac­tors at play in life; it is not just a mat­ter of an indi­vid­ual sim­ply overeat­ing. Stress, as men­tioned in oth­er blog posts, can lead to too much cor­ti­sol pro­duc­tion which impedes thy­roid func­tion and will aggra­vate weight gain. And often stress means less qual­i­ty and quan­ti­ty of sleep which also impairs glu­cose metab­o­lism there­by alter­ing blood sug­ar as well as decreas­ing the secre­tion of thy­roid stim­u­lat­ing hor­mone and again increas­ing blood lev­els of cor­ti­sol. Every­one is a dif­fer­ent meta­bol­ic type; some indi­vid­u­als are slow oxi­diz­ers and some are fast oxi­diz­ers; there are many vari­ables! It is impor­tant to tai­lor an indi­vid­ual strat­e­gy to the person’s unique con­sti­tu­tion. Every­one has dif­fer­ent health issues, along with dif­fer­ent lifestyles and activ­i­ty levels.

Often when emo­tions, hor­mones, glan­du­lar and meta­bol­ic func­tions are bal­anced, then weight starts drop­ping nat­u­ral­ly and with­out effort. 

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