During my check up calls with my clients, the first questions I ask them is:
How was your week?
How are your energy levels?
How are your hunger level?
You see the most successful and sustainable diet plan is one where you can eat more and still lose weight.
Unfortunately, many ladies want rapid and restrictive diets that are messing up with their metabolism and hormones making it harder to lose weight in the long run.
Low Energy Levels
Calories are units of energy your body uses to function. When you don’t eat enough calories, you’re likely to feel tired most of the time.
Hair loss may occur as a result of inadequate intake of calories, protein and certain vitamins and minerals.
Being hungry all the time is one of the more obvious signs that you’re not eating enough food. Studies confirm that appetite and food cravings increase in response to drastic calorie restriction due to changes in levels of hormones that control hunger and fullness
Feeling Cold All the Time
If you constantly feel cold, not eating enough food could be the cause. Your body needs to burn a certain number of calories in order to create heat and maintain a healthy, comfortable body temperature.
Undereating has been linked to poor quality sleep, including taking longer to fall asleep and spending less time in deep sleep.
Please keep away from cleanses and detox teas.
You cannot diarrhea yourself to weight loss.
(Check out the No.1 Secret of Success in Weight Loss to learn the most important thing you must do to lose weight!)
In my coaching program, metabolic health is monitored constantly using tools that I have developed to ensure that you improve your overall health while you lose weight.
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Before you go…
Let me give you a peep into some weight loss secrets nobody is talking about. Take a look at my expose on “Why you are not losing weight“.
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Much love, Liz.