Most weight loss programs fail because they do not remove the underlying causes of obesity, and because the program is not individualized to the person's unique needs. Managing your weight is a challenging, life long commitment. It's not just about reducing numbers on your scale or fitting into the right dress. Weight management is about improving your health and quality of life that's sustainable for a lifetime. Quick Fix Fad Diets that promise you to lose instant weight are unrealistic and not in your best interest. Half the battle is maintaining the weight once you have managed to shed pounds of weight, weight loss should be a gradual process that allows the body to slowly adapt to the physiological change inside your body. You have to focus on discovering the underlying cause of your weight gain by asking the right questions, using the correct tests, and coordinating the appropriate personalized health plan for you.
There are a number of factors that may influence the inability for you to lose weight, have you considered any of the following?
Vitamin D Deficiency
Reduced Thyroid Function
Lack of Nutrition
Poor Stress Coping Mechanisms
Obesity is associated with increased risks for a number of co-morbidities, including cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, fatty liver, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), and sleep apnea.
By losing weight, you are able to sustain realistic health goals such as disease prevention, body function and better self-esteem. Lifestyle changes are the foundation of weight management, they are rooted in physical activity, nutritious diet, and social support.
A medically supervised weight management program is the cornerstone of putting realistic health endeavors forward by helping you stay focused on your goal as you move through the various phases of your weight loss.
Besides diet and sheer will power, have you ever considered treatments such as
Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy?
If you are struggling from weight loss, then maybe you are missing the bigger picture? The body is a complex system and it truly needs a whole-istic approach!