“Secret IN-gredient” #3 of Weight Loss

In this short blog series we are touching on some very special “ingredients” that we see routinely contribute to our clients’ weight loss success. These factors will create the ideal “recipe” for YOUR weight loss and weight management success, too. We call them “IN-gredients” because the first two letters of each word we are sharing about begin with “I-N”.

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“Secret IN-gredients” of Weight Loss #2 of 8

In our last blog, we introduced the fact that there are some very special “ingredients” which clearly help take some people’s weight loss journey to the next level. These are factors that will create the ideal “recipe” for YOUR weight loss and weight management success. We call them “IN-gredients” because the first two letters of each word we will share are “I-N”.

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The 8 “Secret IN-gredients” of Weight Loss

We highly value the science based strategies unique to the Activate Metabolics Weight Loss program used in our clinic. They are well proven having helped thousands of people succeed in their weight loss journey. Yet, what some people have a hard time grasping is that the systems and strategies ALONE are not the complete “recipe”.

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Decide On Your Discomfort

The title of today’s blog doesn’t sound real fun, does it? You may quickly think inside your head, “Well, I don’t want to read this one because I do NOT want ANY discomfort”. If that’s your thought process, you probably better keep reading!

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Sugar: Revisited

Contributed by Dr. Shaun Adams & Dr. Brett Wisniewski*

We are currently in the middle of a global crisis.  Diabetes, heart disease, obesity and mood disorders are all on the rise.  What if I was to tell you that they all have one familiar thing in common?  What if I could show you simple ways to improve your health by sifting through the lies and misconceptions?  The following is just a piece to this puzzle we call health care; but a very important one. I’m not sure if there is a nutritional topic with greater misinformation than sugar consumption and sources.  To begin we need a brief overview of sugar.

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