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Are you fed up with trying diet after diet, only to find yourself losing and gaining the same pounds over and over again? Then you, along with millions of other Americans, are not alone. But did you ever stop to think about why you're in such good company? It's simple: because traditional diets don't work. Neither does the latest "miracle" weight loss pills or formulas, fads, fitness gadgets or cleanses that promise the world and rarely deliver.

It's time to get real. The fact is, you can get to your perfect weight simply and in a healthy way. All you need to do is go back to the basics: eat delicious and nutritiously dense foods that your body can use efficiently. That's the Get Your Lean On method. Get Your Lean On is a simple yet sensible plan that maps out a healthy lifestyle. It maximizes healthy weight loss while lowering body fat levels. Throughout the process you'll start to feel better, think more clearly and perform at your optimum levels — not to mention drop unhealthy pounds that prevent you from looking your best.

The Get Your Lean On method also prevents (and, in many cases) reverses many chronic diseases related to poor nutritional choices. Participants of the program have reported reducing the need or eliminating certain medications altogether as a result of this healthier lifestyle. Get Your Lean On will give you the tools and educations along with a system that you can use to not only help you get to your desired weight, but also to optimal health. Get off the diet roller coaster and Get Your Lean On.

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6 Healthy Dining Out Tips to Help Keep Your Weight in Check

on Thursday, 03 April 2014.

6 Healthy Dining Out Tips to Help Keep Your Weight in Check

When watching your weight, dining out can be a challenge! Many of us dine out more than we ever have in the past, and there are more restaurants than ever available to us. With all of the different options to choose from, two things seem generally consistent: portions are large, and meals are loaded with starches and fat, which are high in sugars and calories. However, since there are so many people trying to follow more healthy lifestyles, restaurants are becoming more accommodating to your health needs than ever before. Here are some simple precautionary steps to take when going out for a meal.

5 Actions to Help Make Permanent Weight Loss Your Reality

on Saturday, 22 March 2014.

5 Actions to Help Make Permanent Weight Loss Your Reality

How many of you believe the easiest way or maybe the only way to lose weight is through exercise?

I have been in the health & wellness industry for over 30 years and it never ceases to amaze me the misconceptions we are all lead to believe when it comes to weight loss. The majority of people I’ve worked with or coached over the years are reactive to their weight loss goals not proactive.

People usually wait until things seem to slip to an extreme state before deciding to make any adjustments. This reactive approach put most in a desperate attempt to change their situation quickly. In coaching I refer to this as the hurry up and fail approach. If this sounds like you....trust me when I say "you're not alone" this is the way 90% of people work.

 

6 Reasons to Avoid High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS)

on Thursday, 20 March 2014.

6 Reasons to Avoid High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS)

High fructose corn syrup (HFCS) is a non-nutrient bearing, calorie-providing sweetener, used to sweeten many of our processed foods and beverages. This relatively new food ingredient was first produced in Japan in the late 1960s. It then entered the American food supply system in the early 1970s.

When (HFCS) first entered the American food system, consumption of this sweetener averaged roughly 3 pounds (per person) (per year). Since that time however, consumption on average, has skyrocketed to over 60 pounds (per person) (per year).

High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS) is now the most desirable sweetener used by food manufacturers because it is equally as sweet as table sugar, blends well with other foods, helps foods to maintain a longer shelf life, and is less expensive than other sweeteners due to government subsidies on corn.

Change Starts With Embracing Who You Are

on Saturday, 15 March 2014.

Change Starts With Embracing Who You Are

Creating change is not easy. Most believe that just the desire to change will make things happen. Many times this doesn't work. How often have you tried to start a diet or exercise regime, quit smoking or get more organized?

It is rare to find total satisfaction and contentment with the status of our lives. Wanting different circumstances isn't wrong. We are not failures for struggling to change. But there is an important component we must have before transformation can occur.

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