How to start losing weight by identifying these three amazingly simple things

If you’re like most people during the pandemic, it resulted in one common thing - weight gain. And why does it seem so hard to lose? Even impossible? It’s probably because most of the time people are trying to exercise it off, or just eat less. Sometimes even changing their diet but without much success. There are so many recommendations out there, it can be hard to know what to do.

Three factors that can stop weight loss in its tracks (and it has nothing to do with sitting on the couch!). 

  1. Inflammation
  2. Infections
  3. Insulin

Once you identify and start treating infections, inflammation and high insulin –  weight just starts to fall off without exercise and without intended calorie restriction. In fact, I always tell people that if they are exhausted and are forcing themselves to exercise – they need to stop. It will only impede their weight loss efforts. First you fix the reasons for being tired. Then you can start exercising. 

How do you know if you have any or all of these things? If you answer YES to any of these statements, you probably have at least one of the above and may have a hard time losing weight:

  • I regularly have pain somewhere in my body.
  • I have a hard time staying asleep.
  • My energy drops in the afternoon or is inconsistent.
  • I am tired most of the time.
  • I have constipation.
  • I have gas and/or bloating.
  • I get hangry.
  • I have brainfog.
  • My hormones seem off.
  • I am sensitive to alcohol or seem to get drunk easily.
  • I react to a lot of different foods.

More and more I keep hearing from new patients that symptoms like the ones above get ignored by other doctors or told that they’re just a normal part of aging. I would like to say emphatically that this is simply not true. They are signs that something is off – and you can feel better quickly if you just have the right solution. Don’t accept these symptoms as an inevitable way of life. It’s no way to live – you can choose a more holistic approach that resolves all of these symptoms quickly. To read more about Beverly’s (as seen in the image above) journey click here.