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Weight Loss for Stress Reduction

You don't need any reminders about how stressful being overweight can be in this day and age.  The nonstop media barrage of slender people can leave those who even are few pounds overweight feeling depressed and insecure.  Emotional stress is only one part of a much bigger picture, though.  Carrying 10, 20, 30 or more pounds in excess body fat places a tremendous strain on the body's joints, muscle groups, spine and cells; all of which become stressed at the biological level.

When the body is left to function in a state of system-wide stress, it releases a hormone known as Cortisol as a defense mechanism.  But there's a catch.  Constantly churning out stress hormones can slow the metabolic process, making it all the more challenging for someone to lose weight and enjoy an active life.  At Dr. our clinics, we create custom fat loss programs that address the needs of your body, as well as those of your mood and mental outlook. And yes... Keep the weight off!

Lose Weight to Improve Mood and Mindset

There's no longer any debate on whether losing weight can improve a person's daily state of mind, as evidenced by virtually everyone who's successfully gone from obese to fit.  The caveat is finding a fat loss program that is truly effective and easy to adhere to.

  • Custom weight loss programs designed around you, your lifestyle and goals
  • Clinically-researched rapid weight loss systems
  • Losing weight can have an instant and ongoing positive effect on mood
  • Improve your confidence levels while engaging in more social activities
  • Lose weight without drugs, crash dieting, surgery or dietary supplements
  • Ongoing support from a leading weight loss physician and health specialists

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Whether you're slightly overweight or struggling with severe obesity, it's important to be aware of the stress cycle that inevitably comes from carrying too much body fat.  Our programs have worked with thousands of patients over the years; many who believed there was no hope for a life with real quality.  Let us show you why our approach and techniques are so vastly different, and reclaim the joy that you've been missing.

Despite the many concerns arising from excess sugar consumption, it’s important to remember that sugar occurs naturally in fruits, vegetables and many other sources of nutrition.  In low amounts and when derived from naturally occurring sources, it provides both energy which is used to fuel countless biological functions throughout the body.  Of course, very few of us are getting 100% of our sugar intake from clean, biologically-friendly food sources.  And this is when it can have a serious impact on one’s ability to lose weight.

Today, sugar and artificial sweeteners are rife in our mainstream diet.  It’s become almost impossible to avoid it when taking measures to sculpt a fit, healthy physique.  Across the globe and especially here in the US, we’ve become accustomed to satisfying our proverbial sweet tooth in a moment’s notice, and the temptations are everywhere.  Over time, the compounding effects of consuming a diet high in sugar, modified corn syrup and other powerful artificial sweeteners can take a toll on more than just a person’s waistline.

The effects can be felt system-wide, including everything from hormonal imbalances, oral health issues, sleep disturbances and countless others.  What most people don’t realize, is that when the body’s other major systems are compromised, losing weight and keeping it off can become a daunting task.

Moderating Sugar Intake for Health and Weight Loss

Think about how much sugar you consume in a day from coffee, sweets, sodas, processed foods and so on.  It adds up quickly, but keep in mind that most people do not require anywhere near the amount they’re getting on a daily basis.  Sugar is powerful and rapidly absorbed by the body, which means that even a very minimal amount will go a long way.  When looking at the numbers, experts and various studies suggest that based on a 2,000 calorie per day diet, no more than 5-15% of that should come from sugar.

This equates to approximately 200-300 calories from sugar, per day, max.  And it will comes as no surprise that even the most cautious dieter can have a difficult time staying within these parameters.  As a result, many struggle to lose the pounds despite their dedication and ongoing efforts.

The Danger of Empty Calories

Sugar, though powerful and marked by its strong effects throughout the body, actually contains no real nutritional value.  This is what we refer to as empty calories.  As a result of this, sugar consumption does not result in feelings of fullness, often encouraging the person to consume abnormally high volumes without realizing the system-wide impact it is having.

Getting trapped in a daily cycle of excess sugar intake can have seriously detrimental effects, eventually leaving the body in a state where it’s craving the high volumes simply to get through the day.  Not only does losing weight and stored body fat become increasingly difficult, the body’s major organ systems and crucial functions can be impacted over time.  This includes the onset of diabetes, blood and circulation disturbances, heart conditions and many others.

Losing Weight Starts With Managing Sugar Intake

If you’ve struggled with weight loss and are looking for an easy, innovative way to reduce sugar intake and take back your youthful physique, we strongly encourage you to learn more about the Nutrifit weight loss system.  Here at our Tampa FL weight loss clinic we take a unique approach to diet and nutrition, coupled with an advanced non-invasive assessment of what each patient needs to succeed.

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