Exercising but Gaining Weight – NYTimes.com

“…this study didn’t track the women’s eating and movement habits away from the lab…”

Oh. My. Gosh. Really? The researchers are clueless as to why many women didn’t lose weight with an exercise program, but they didn’t consider how and what the women were eating?

Weight loss is 85% nutrition.

If there is really anyone left who still thinks it’s just a question of burning more calories, or that you can become a fat burner (heal your metabolism), just with exercise, please read this study.

On the other hand, if you are ready to exercise smarter, and appropriately for your health and metabolism, making it a part of an overall program to reclaim your health, I am here to help.

My clients lose weight by getting healthy! 

That means:

  1. identifying and eliminating food sensitivities
  2. balancing macro-nutrients appropriately for each person as an individual
  3. lowering toxic burden
  4. managing stress
  5. improving quality and quantity of sleep and finally – last on the list –
  6. hormonally appropriate exercise

Want to know more? Read this

via Exercising but Gaining Weight – NYTimes.com.

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