The Answers You've Been Looking For
Are you suffering from diet information overload?
Never in history have we had more access to information than we do now. But what's credible and what's not? What should you believe?
Will that magic diet pill really make the difference you've been looking for?
I understand the difficulty you're going through, which is why I wrote "Why Can't I Drop The Weight." You'll learn everything you need to know about why you and so many others are struggling to lose weight. I've personally worked with thousands of clients, read even more research articles and dealt with my own weight loss demons. I can help you.
This ebook will help you move past your frustration and stop asking the question, "Why Can't I Drop The Weight?"
Why Can't I Drop The Weight?
The Answer: Too much counting causes too much thinking and stress and leads to less doing.
When I was in college I tried to do it all. I wanted to be the best student. I tried to excel on the field as a lacrosse player. I did everything to be a great friend. And I was giving everything I could to eat healthy and fuel my body the right way. I had lots of great intentions, but it was too much work and, ultimately, something had to give. The first thing to go was my nutrition. You can blame it on being a college kid (and for a while I did), but that was just an excuse. And it wasn’t until I was a nutritionist dealing with clients of all ages that I saw the problem pop up again…and again…and again.
We are a do-it-all society. We have big goals and dreams and try to accomplish them all at once. That’s mostly a good thing. But with every goal comes a laundry list of tasks. Nowhere is this truer than with diet and nutrition. You have so many rules to learn that it’s almost impossible to keep track. But there’s a new hope and new way of changing your weight loss battle that has become the cornerstone of Nutritious Life.
While you can’t just abandon everything you know, you can simplify it. Imagine a world where you didn’t have to count calories, didn’t stress if you ate carbs at night, and didn’t worry if you logged enough minutes at the gym.
I know lots of people are stressed by the idea of counting calories. And guess what? You’re not alone! Counting calories works for some people—and if that’s you then great, there’s no need to stop— but the majority of people just don’t want the burden. And, guess what? You don’t need to! Ultimately, it’s why I try and get as far away from counting calories as possible. You already have enough stress to deal with, and generally this habit doesn’t make for a healthier lifestyle.
So let’s make a change; one that you’ve been waiting and hoping for. Your diet and your eating are no different than any other habit in your life. The more you make them a routine—and the more you can simplify the process—the easier it is for you to see the kind of changes in your body that you want.
I’ve done the math, crunched the numbers, and decided to toss out the rules and instead make a simple checklist.
That’s why I created a step-by-step checklist to help you stay on track. There’s no calorie counting and no stress. But if you’re able to check off about 80% of these each day, you’ll be surprised by the simplicity and changes you see in your life.
This is the Nutritious Life approach to being healthy, purging the fat from your body, and falling in love with a healthy lifestyle all over again.
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