Are you gaining weight that you can’t shift?
Tried restricting your food intake, and increase your exercise, but still nothing.
Are you gaining weight around the middle, stubborn shape changing weight, that affects your self image?
If only losing weight was as easy as theoretically we are led to believe. Eat less, move more right?
If it were that simple, we’d all be able to make those changes and be the weight we desire.
But it’s not that simple, weight gain and ease of losing it are affected by so many things including:
- Hormonal imbalance:
- Stress, anxiety, worry
- Sleep disturbances
- Old Patterns, emotional blocks and limiting beliefs
- That inner voice that tells you just one is Ok, you deserve it.
There is so much to this, so much that make it is very hard, a slog impossible, but it is possible.
If you would like to know more, find out the potential physical imbalances, the emotional blocks and psychological factors that have led to weight gain and provide the answers to making changes,
I love nothing more than the aha moments women have when they hear about the intricacies in the body that cause it to hang onto weight.
You can book a FREE call to find out more about where you are at, and what you can do, you might be surprised.
Jess had gained weight, and when she tried to shift it, nothing seemed to work.
In the past, she knew what to do and it worked. It was simple really, eat less and move more, but now, no matter what she did, it wouldn’t shift and there just seemed no point. was she destined to be this weight and shape for ever.
Was this middle aged spread?
Was this something she had to accept?
When Jess jumped on a call with me, she was surprised to find out about the hormonal changes and wider imbalances that were affecting it.
That the hormone that tells us when we are full can be depleted, how the hormone that tells us we are hungry rises, that her body could be holding onto fat in a bid to store oestrogen, that her body was struggling to produce back up oestrogen due to the increased worry and anxiety, that her sleep disturbances send a message to her body to store fat, to not let it go.