One of the reasons why I enjoy talking about helping people achieve the ideal body for them is to give them hope that there is another way…
We’re constantly bombarded in the media about weight loss more than any other health-based topic and unfortunately, it’s presented in more of a negative light…
My goal is to share with people that it’s really about rebalancing your body, your hormones, and your health and as a result of that you will automatically get to your best bodyweight…
Tune in to today’s Cabral Concept #2294 to go deeper on the weight loss topic of how the epigenetics of weight gain affect aging as well – Enjoy the show and let me know what you thought in the comments!
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Show Highlights & Big Takeaways:
1. Focus on Health
Trust me when I tell you you do not want to focus on simply forcing your body to lose weight. The goal should actually be to work on any health imbalances which will then enable you to much more effortlessly lose the weight and keep it off.
If you are currently counting calories in order to lose weight you have been misled to believe that weight loss is a simple equation of taking in less than you put out. This will only get you so far and unfortunately, hormonal imbalances affect far more women than men and that is why we see the above-stated formula not work for many clients in our practice.
One more reason you want to take the weight off and achieve a healthy weight is that extra body weight above a healthy BMI not only causes more stress in the body but increases almost every factor for early mortality and increased aging response.
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