You may be new to weight loss but with a desire to learn and grow in your knowledge. Or perhaps you have done this before and you have a great attitude about your body and the process of losing weight!
Either way, fantastic!
On your journey you may find it is super easy for you to lose weight OR it may be challenging. We just don't know yet.
If it's easy hooray! Great for you!
You probably will be fine just eating a well-balanced meal plan and being physically active. Enjoy the process and know you'll be picking up some great habits along the way as long as you stay moderate in your efforts and don't do anything extreme.
I do encourage you to check out my blog posts. I send them out weekly and they are on a variety of useful topics relating to weight loss and health optimization.
You might like this one, which is useful when you are trying to make new lifestyle changes that you want to LAST: "How to Change a Habit".
If you are unsure about what your next steps are in your weight loss journey or are curious about what else you can learn, I invite you to set up a free call with me to discuss strategy. Just click on the link below.
It looks like you have a history of struggling with weight loss.I know this is so hard!
And I want you to know that it is not your fault.
There are some very specific underlying conditions that can make it hard to lose weight.
Some of the reasons for difficulty losing weight, despite your best efforts, include:
Genetic Predisposition (this is actually quite rare but it does happen)
Sex Hormone and/or Thyroid Hormone Imbalance
Other Hormone Imbalance (Leptin, Ghrelin, etc)
Excessive Exposure to Toxins
Any Combination of the Above Factors
Once you are aware of these factors you can start to identify if they are an issue for you.
YOU DO NOT HAVE TO SUFFER!
There are ways around many of the factors listed above.
Is it easy?
No.Is it doable? In most cases, yes.There’s a lot to know and learn and it starts with understanding your own body better. And sometimes it means slowing down and rethinking your strategy. If you have weight loss resistance, you will definitely need some professional help. If you would like to dig deeper and find out what is the best approach for YOU, then I invite you to book a free strategy call with me to get you started in the right direction.Click below to book a free strategy call with me.
It looks like you are someone that would benefit from a good amount of support and accountability.
I know it seems so hard to stay on track but you CAN do it with the right support!
Here are some top tips that I suggest you try:
Start with very small changes. Pick ONE habit to start on and work on that one habit a LITTLE, TINY bit every day. It will grow over time.
Take heart: it gets easier. The longer you work on a habit the easier it gets to do.
Get support from a friend, loved one, or a professional
Try entering what you eat and drink into a diet app like Cronometer. Just keeping track of what you are doing can go a long way toward changing your behavior.
If you have struggled to stay on track for a while, you may really benefit from a lot of personal attention from a professional who can help you create lasting behavioral changes.
And it’s really important you work with a nutritionist who will provide science-backed information as well as accountability.
If you would like to talk to me about what that might look like, you can book a free call with me by clicking on the link below.
You may be someone that has a strong desire to lose weight and reach your health goals but you are confused about all of the information out there.
You may be wondering, which diet is best for you.
Should you do a low-carb diet, a low-calorie diet?
How much protein should you eat?
Where do you get fiber?
Which diet is going to improve your health AND help you lose weight?
You are not alone!
Many people have these and a lot more questions about nutrition, fitness, and other lifestyle factors.
And here are some top tips that I suggest you try:
Avoid dietary dogma: Stop listening to diet “gurus”. If they say their diet is the “best” out there, be suspicious. There is no ONE diet that works for everyone
Start by keeping track of what you are eating and how it affects your body
Try to focus on eating whole foods as much as you can. Any diet that requires you to eat a bunch of processed foods is probably not the best.
If you are motivated to lose weight but have no idea where to start or how to proceed, you may benefit from the help of a trained professional. If you would like to dig deeper and find out what is the best approach for YOU, then I invite you to book a free strategy call with me to get you started in the right direction.
You may be someone that wants to reach your weight goals but you want to enjoy the process.
You may have suffered through highly restrictive or boring diet plans in the past and so you think that losing weight is no fun!
You may be afraid that you will lose all the good things in life and have to sit there eating bland salads and oatmeal every day.
If this is the case, I am here to tell you that there are strategies around this.
You do not have to suffer!
Do you have to change some things?
Does it have to be difficult?
There are lots of ways to get around this idea of deprivation and suffering for weight loss.
Some things that can help include: proper intermittent fasting, smart exercise practices, sleep and stress management, developing habits very gradually, and spicing up your food in unique ways.
In my blog I go over lots of these topics in great detail so I suggest you start by reading that.
This is one you might like: "Why It's So Important To Enjoy Your Foods".
Or this one: "How To Be Fabulous Over 40 Without Suffering".
If you would like to figure out if there is a way for you to lose weight AND enjoy your life I invite you to hop on a free strategy call with me by clicking the link below.
You may be very new to the experience of losing weight.
Or you may just not be paying attention and haven't thought much about this whole process.
Either way, you may benefit from some observation for awhile.
You probably are not sure what works for you and what doesn't and/or you may just be in the information gathering stage.
I recommend you start entering what you are eating into a diet app like Cronometer.
Observing what you eat can be very helpful in figuring out what's best for you.
I also recommend you pay attention to how you feel before, during, and after meals.
Does your energy increase or decrease after eating?
I recommend you read this blog post to learn about observing your body around how food affects you.
Once you have learned a little more about what works and what doesn't you will get a better idea around what approach might be best for you.
You may want to also check out this post to get some inspiration around how to reach your health goals: "Do This to Reach Your Health Goals".
If you would like to hop on a call to chat more about how to start on this journey, please click on the link below to schedule your free call with Jill.