Being overweight and obese are common problems of the modern society. Americans are naturally big-eaters and the convenience of inexpensive high calorie fast-foods certainly doesn’t help. With more than 35% of the American population now being obese, weight loss programs and products are gaining popularity and are very much in demand.
However, most of these products offer quick weight loss remedies which can be considered as simply a fad. Fad diets are known to implement unhealthy or unsustainable methods and don’t usually work in the long run. That’s a no-no when you want to lose weight and maintain it.
In order to truly resolve “weight issues,” we have to look in a different place.
The weight loss I’m talking about is more than the “let’s just get skinny for bathing suit season” type of change.
It’s the “bring your mind, body, and spirit back into balance so that you effortlessly release weight and don’t have to think about it every single day” kind of weight loss.
What I’m talking about is resolving all of the baggage underneath the weight: changing your beliefs, learning to cope with emotionally tough situations, being in discomfort, balancing your blood sugar, and all of the “stuff” behind bringing your body back into balance.