Critical Weight Loss Lessons


In the mid-1980’s, Dr Vincent Felitti was investigating the results of starvation for curbing obesity.

He discovered that if people starved themselves on their fat stores, and took supplements of;

– Potassium and magnesium (because your heart stops beating without them)

– Protein (this is the next deficiency to kill you)

– Vitamin C and other Vitamins (to curb disease that then kill you)

then the participants lost weight.

The interesting part?

Most participants put the weight back on. 

There are at least TWO important lessons to take away, if you’re trying to lose weight;

LESSON 1: 

WHAT GOES IN MATTERS

You can’t restrict calories to lose weight, without inputting the necessary vitamins and minerals that your body needs to function without causing severe harm to your incredible body. 

Through the common dieting/challenge method, most people starve their bodies of essential vitamins and minerals, not just calories. 

So if you’re weight loss regime involves:

– manufactured products, whether low fat and low cal

– a lack of knowledge of EXACTLY what your organ systems and microbiome need to maintain energy and health

then, it’s dangerous. Period.

You can download Simplifying Food here for free, which if followed, will lead to weight loss, as well as providing all the nutritional needs for the body (provided there are no underlying health issues).

LESSON 2. 

THE CALORIES AND DIET ARE ONLY A SMALL PART OF THE EQUATION

Most people put the weight back on.

Why? 

The subconscious mind is always the winner.

It’s time we started asking right questions. 

What sits within the subconscious mind driving your behaviours and choices unconsciously 95% of the time?

You need to get beyond your body and environment to change the way you think, in order to create a new experience of life. 

Book your Complimentary Stress Trigger and Health Status Evaluation– a physical, emotional, mental and social analysis of your current state, in order for you to know what your next steps should be.

Take care and be well,

Erin xx