Have you been preoccupied with your weight and your health lately?
Have you tried a “fad” diet only to regain the weight?
Have you spent time and money on pills & powders that don’t work?
Are you frustrated with your low metabolism and want to boost it?
Do you need to control your weight to better manage your medical condition (diabetes, high blood pressure)?
After all these years, are you still confused on something as fundamental as nutrition?
Losing weight for many people is a difficult process. Weight loss results depend as much on psychology as on biochemistry. My program is 100%
I present you with several solutions that may work for you depending on your particular situation:
30 minute assessment to evaluate if you are a candidate (500 SEK) and do not present any Thyroid deficiency.
5 weeks program (3300 SEK). One initial health consultation 90-minutes and 4 weekly follow-ups 30-minutes.
12 weeks program (6450 SEK). One initial health consultation 90-minutes and 11 weekly follow-ups 30-minutes.
My weight loss program offers:
- Initial health consultation, taking measurements and goal setting session
- Nutritional and lifestyle assessment
- Individualised whole foods-based meal plans
- Easy recipes you can make at home
- Weekly meetings to discuss your progress, taking measurements and adjust when reaching a plateau
- Guidance for detoxification to jump start your weight loss program
- Detailed instructional materials
- Customized exercise recommendations
- Instruction in stress management
- Strategies to maintain weight loss and stay healthy for life
Exclusions for this program include pregnant and breastfeeding mothers and anyone diagnosed with; type one diabetes, alcoholism, gall bladder disease, kidney failure, pancreatitis or has under-taken gastric by-pass surgery.
Thyroid deficiency is one of the most common health issues we face when trying to lose weight
The Thyroid Gland rests in the lower neck. It is responsible for controlling the body’s overall metabolism at the cellular level. This overall metabolism is reflected in the body’s temperature. (Try it; if your oral temperature at wake up is below 36.6 degrees, then you could be hypothyroid). Deficiencies of thyroid hormones or their ability to stimulate cellular metabolism can result in one or many symptoms:
- Weight gain or difficulty losing weight
- Loss or thinning of eyebrows
- Low sex drive
- Abdominal bloating
- Dry or thinning hair
- Cold intolerance
- Cold hands or feet
- Joint or muscle pain
Modern researchers estimate that as many as 1 out of 10 people have a thyroid disorder and do not even know it. These people often suffer with many of the above symptoms without knowing the cause. Many of these people have TSH blood screening tests in the “normal” range. However, the TSH test is virtually useless when the present broad range of “normal” is used. Studies have shown that people with normal TSH levels who have the symptoms listed above likely have reduced levels of the actual circulating thyroid hormones. Furthermore, some people on Thyroid medication also can be under-treated if TSH alone is used to measure progress.
If you are experiencing any of the above symptoms you may have a hormone imbalance from poorly functioning adrenal glands or an