Do you ever feel like your brain is fighting your efforts to lose weight?
Do you feel frustrated by how much effort it seems to take to live a healthy life?
Would you like to find a “non-food” way to make weight loss easier?
With just a few subtle changes to your thinking, you can undo years of poor eating decisions.
But there’s a problem…
Intermittent fasting has taken the diet and nutrition worlds by storm, but is it right for you if you are a woman over the age of 50?
In this article and video, I share the results of a large study that might make you rethink your eating schedule.
Intermittent fasting is a great way for both men and women to accelerate their fat loss. In this video and article, I show you 3 Ways to do Intermittent Fasting.
Do you lose weight too slowly? You can accelerate your fat loss by fine tuning the percentage of carbs, proteins and fats you’re eating.
Here’s how to do it…
You’ve been told that improving your diet will improve your cholesterol profile, but what do you do if your cholesterol profile doesn’t improve or gets worse after changing your diet?
This is the experience that some people have when they follow a low-carb diet.
In this article and video, I explain what is going on and how you can tell if you are doing your body more harm or good by cutting carbs.
You’ve decided to cut carbs because you think it will help you lose weight and control your blood sugar levels.
Well, you’re right on both accounts, but if you stop eating carbs, what’s left to eat?
There’s no denying that high carb foods are fun foods. They include bread, cereal, potatoes, french fries, pizza, chips, candy, and milk chocolate and the list goes on.
But, the evidence is clear that high carb foods keep blood sugar and insulin elevated. And, we know that the more insulin you have in your blood, the more fat storage you have going on inside your body.
So, if you want to lose weight, you must limit or completely avoid the starchy and refined carbs I mentioned earlier. But, where does that leave you?
Let’s take a look at how to cut carbs without starving or hating every minutes of your diet…
Do you think you could lose weight if you only ate when your body needed fuel?
When you understand your hunger cues, you tune into the needs of your body and effortlessly avoid mindless eating and unnecessary calories.
It’s a strategy that works for me. And it can work for you as well.
Let me show you how to rate your hunger using a hunger scale. It’s a simple trick that will turn you into a calm and confident eater who easily makes smart eating decisions.