The Key to Successful and Sustainable Weight Loss

By Friday June 30th, 2017Blog

At Regenevéda, we take weight loss seriously. We find that many of our patients believe they eat healthy foods, exercise regularly, and live a healthy lifestyle, but they weigh more than they should and they don’t know why. In most cases, people have difficulty losing weight because their hormones and nutrition are out of balance. Thus, the key to successful and sustainable weight loss is to take note that everybody’s body is different and it’s important to fine-tune your diet and exercise routine to fit your specific body’s needs.

Key To Successful Weight Loss

Each of us has our own distinct pattern of metabolism, which may impede the way some vital nutrients are processed. It is important to take a careful look through your history as well as a take a physical exam to look for signs of metabolic disturbances that can impair your initial weight loss and the maintenance necessary to keep the weight off once its lost. We know that certain key nutritional and hormonal levels must be normal for sustained and durable weight loss. Eating habits and lifestyle, including the quality as well as quantity and composition of what you eat, and such simple things as sleep patterns can make a huge difference. At times, it turns out that it’s better first to prepare your body for a vigorous weight loss program, then lose the weight and keep it off. This could be as simple as making a few quick nutritional changes or as complex as a four stage detoxification. Once your body is in balance, the weight often falls off without doing anything more

Key to Sustainable Weight Loss

During and after your initial weight loss program, continuing to have balanced nutrition and an exercise routine is crucial to sustaining your weight loss.  Eating the right foods provides the fuel your body needs for energy, mental, and physical health. A balanced diet of “fresh living foods” bursting with live enzymes nourishes the cells that are essential to life itself. A good diet coupled with the right nutritional supplements, balancing protein, carbohydrates, and fats can effectively support your health and lifestyle with amazing results.

Improving your fitness level is one of the best things you can do for your health. Whether you prefer Yoga or a boot camp approach to fitness, exercise helps retain your vitality and stamina. The importance of a good exercise program for fitness cannot be stressed enough.

Dr. Lobe understands how difficult it can be to lose weight. Most patients who strive to be thinner don’t take the time to learn why they put on the extra weight in the first place. That’s why Dr. Lobe’s weight management program is geared toward serious changes for serious results. There is no room for fad diets or miracle supplements and juices. We look at everything from your genetics to your metabolism and lifestyle to come up with a plan designed to work for you. Our entire team of weight loss experts is able to provide you with the support you need to help you stick to the plan and achieve your goals.  Give us a call today to schedule an appointment. 877-903-6060

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