Achieving your weight loss goals
Dear Phriquizine Family,
How are you today? Most importantly, are you achieving your weight loss goals healthily and at a steady pace?
Today, I want to share some tips with you as to why individuals have a hard time with weight loss and keeping their weight steady.
I hear my clients say I'm doing all the right things. I have all the right foods in my pantry. Well, if you’re doing everything right you will notice some results. Right? All mammals have the ability to lose or gain weight. Right?
Top excuses I hear are:
1.) I eat right
2.) I'm already healthy
3.) I don't eat that much
4.) My weight gain is genetic/hereditary
5.) My body can’t lose weight
6.) I’m too old to lose weight
7.) My stomach came from my mother and grandmother
8.) I have bad luck
9.) I don't cook
10.) I can’t cook
11.) My mom and dad gave me this weight
All mammals have the ability to rule over their own bodies. We are a strong species that can easily adapt to any given environment. Your speech, thinking patterns, and behavioral traits will foster good or bad weight loss results. Being reliant on someone to cook your meals, means that they are in control of your health. My advice is to learn how to cook healthy for yourself. The doctor does not always have all the solutions or pills. Evolve in an area of food as it pertains to 2018. Much of the food here on the shelves in the U.S. isn’t food. Basically, you have to find that proper balance and figure out what works for YOU.
See my tips below:
Tip 1: Admit that you’re eating habits are poor
Tip 2: Keep a food journal to gauge what you are eating
Tip3: Seek a functional medicine doctor, naturopath, or nutritionist
to find out what intolerance's and food allergies you may have. (Inquire about gene testing)
Tip 4: Hire a professional health coach. (Don't do it alone)
Tip 5: Cook your meals
Tip 6: See a food counselor in area of food addiction
Tip 7: Address your fear of losing weight and what others may think.
Tip 8: Always get a 2nd or 3rd opinion in area of genetic food test for allergies
Phriquizine Inc. does not plan to treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Please consult with your healthcare practitioner before implementing any new health regimens.