Posts Tagged ‘weight loss’

 

Hormones & Fat Loss – Part 2

OK, in Part 1 of “Hormones & Fat Loss”, I discussed the role Leptin plays in controlling hunger and how sugars may cause Leptin resistance and over-eating and fat gain. In this post, I will be discussing the role of insulin… Insulin is a hormone produced by the Pancreas to help regulate carbohydrate and fat […]

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Hormones & Fat Loss

Following on from my last blog, I thought I would delve into more detail about the relationship between hormones and fat loss. I always inform my clients that you have to get healthy to lose weight, not lose weight to get healthy. And getting healthy includes balancing the body’s systems including achieving optimal levels of […]

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Why Exercise & Diet Might Not be Enough to Lose Weight – Part 2

In part one of this post, I explained how diet and exercise may not be enough to achieve weight loss. I also explained that the human body is under more stress than it can handle. In this post, I will explain why stress is an issue, why this often requires patience and what you need […]

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Why Exercise & Diet Might Not be Enough to Lose Weight

Do you exercise regularly and eat a good, healthy diet and still unable to lose weight? Here at BodyCHEK, I sometimes see this in a minority of my clients and it is frustrating for them because they are led to believe by the mainstream media and indeed the medical community that if you exercise regularly […]

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Do You Need Supplements to Lose Body Fat?

If you’ve read my blogs before you’ll know my belief that you need to get healthy, to lose weight, not lose weight to get healthy!!! When your bodily systems are properly balanced, your body’s fat levels normalise. So how do you normalise your bodily systems, get healthy and lose body fat?  I have heard so […]

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