As you’ve gotten older have you noticed it’s been a harder struggle with your weight? It’s called a change in metabolism, and it happens to most of us as we get older.
“I’m in my 40s now, early 40s, and I have two children,” Holly Baker, Patient said. “I had them later, and the weight just stayed with me for the first time.”
If we adjust our lifestyle and relearn how to eat with the proper amount of veggies, fats, proteins and carbohydrates – of the complex type - we can not only maintain our weight but lose weight.
Holly Baker said, “A lot of white fish. I enjoy a lot of fish, and chicken as well. Proteins, veggies, starches, fruits, things like that.”
This along with lifestyle changes, diet, exercise, meal planning and diet diaries, we are seeing weight loss of 30, 50, and 75 pounds without medication.
Holly Baker, Patient, said, “I started out at 188 and when I got on the scale this morning I weighed 152.”