Weight Loss

There are many people putting great efforts to feel and become more healthier and weight loss is likely at the top of the list. As a society we’ve adopted many unhealthy eating habits over the past 40-50 years and unfortunately implementing changes to our eating styles materializes very slowly unless real change is implemented.

There are similarities between people who have difficulty losing weight and confusion is a common one. Confusion in the sense that everyone is bombarded with different systems, products, podcasts and advertising that makes a person unsure what to do. The “reduce your calories” mantra has probably influenced us the most over the past number of decades when in reality, reducing calories doesn’t generally work well for most people. Feeding your body less calories with the goal of burning more than you’ve taken in usually results in someone feeling more sluggish or tired. This style of eating doesn’t usually make it easy to adhere to it. The problem with calories is that calories can come from good and bad sources therefore complicating the simple calculation. Add to the confusion that there is a healthier eating style for cardiovascular disease prevention, foods to avoid for inflammatory bowel disease, foods to include for cancer prevention, it’s not hard to see where confusion comes into play.

When we attempt to help people achieve their weight loss goal, we use a combination of lifestyle modifications and periodic blood testing to guide us in creating a plan for success. Success is not always straight forward because in many cases we find that coexisting medical conditions play bigger roles than people realize. Whether its hormonal imbalances or something else, the coexisting medical condition needs to be addressed as well in order to have optimal weight loss success. The use of a Certified Holistic Nutritional Consultant can be arranged if the dietary requirements become more complex. In most cases, people can navigate the changes required for them to lose the desired weight.

Collaborative Approach

The success of a program is very reliant on the team that the client chooses. Our program can link the practitioner, a Certified Holistic Nutritional Consultant, and the client together to form the team.

Blood Testing

A crucial part of the weight loss program is the blood testing component as this can expose hidden reasons a client isn't having the success they may deserve. Our program utilizes periodic blood testing and body analysis to show progress the client is making as well it shows how well managed are the other factors that put road blocks in the path of success. Testing such as body composition, hormone imbalances and other factors need to be addressed in order to see success.

Certified Holistic Nutritional Consultants

Dietary advice can be very helpful because it's so easy to develop bad eating habits that hamper our success when it comes to weight control. A Certified Holistic Nutritional Consultant has the ability and flexibility to customize meal plans tailored to the desired outcome. The Program will include the use of whole, nutrient-dense foods, personalized meal plans, recipes, natural source supplements, and lifestyle transformation tools and resources.ople achieve their weight loss goal, we use a combination of lifestyle modifications and periodic blood testing to guide us in creating a plan for success. Success is not always straight forward because in many cases we find that coexisting medical conditions play bigger roles than people realize. Whether its hormonal imbalances or something else, the coexisting medical condition needs to be addressed as well in order to have optimal weight loss success. The use of a Certified Holistic Nutritional Consultant can be arranged if the dietary requirements become more complex. In most cases, people can navigate the changes required for them to lose the desired weight.