Metabolic Recovery

You started working out. You exercised more and ate less in efforts to lose weight. Everything went well at first. But then? The weight loss stopped. Fat became harder to lose and in some cases, easier to gain. Now you’re moody. Depressed. Frustrated.

What happened? Where did you go wrong? And how do you fix it?

Like too many people, you have likely suffered a form of metabolic resistance–possibly even metabolic damage from keeping your body in a prolonged state of under-eating and over-training.

Is this you? 

  • Your metabolism has slowed down and weight loss has slowed or stopped (you hit a plateau).
  • You are hungrier and your energy may be fine but your cravings are strong and working against your hard work.

You may be in the early stages of metabolic resistance and you may be over-training.

Is this you?

  • Your weight loss has stopped and you can no longer lose weight with an eat less, exercise more approach.
  • You feel as if “something is wrong.” You’re fine on the inside but tired on the outside.
  • Your mood changes to anxious, depressed, or both.
  • You have sleep troubles.
  • You may be wired in the evenings instead of earlier in the day.

You may be suffering from metabolic resistance. 

Is this you? 

  • You feel all of the above
  • You can’t lose weight
  • You may even be gaining weight despite no change in diet
  • Your body looks and feels puffy/waterlogged
  • You feel depressed
  • You have several digestive complaints
  • You may be dealing with hypothyroid symptoms of dry skin, itchy scalp, and slow thinking
  • You are exhausted and have zero motivation, and you our libido is gone
  • Your menstral cycle is completely gone or irregular
  • You may be feeling light headed
  • You may be having new sensitivities to bright lights
  • You may have developed multiple food intolerances

You are likely suffering metabolic damage. 

So what’s the good news? 

Lucky for you, we can help you get your metabolism fired up again and set you on your track for recovery AND optimal health.

Coming in 2016, our eBook Metabolic Recovery will teach you what happens when your body starts to resist your weight loss efforts, and how to combat that resistance, fix the damage, and start your path regaining your healthy, functioning metabolism once again.

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