Weight loss

healthy weight loss program

Are you trying to find your ideal weight?

Have you tried multiple diets to lose weight, only to find you’re right back where you left off — or even further from where you started? Have you tried fad diets in the past, only to find the results didn’t measure up or didn’t last?

A healthy approach to weight loss

Do you have a love-hate relationship with your bathroom scale? Do you wonder about common styles of eating: vegan, paleo, Mediterranean, ketogenic, or Intermittent Fasting? We’ll help you discover if one of these styles of eating is right for your body.

So many fad diets focus on calorie restriction and rely on our personal willpower to keep us on track. We develop fears of foods with “higher point value,” fat content or grams of carbohydrate. We drag ourselves to the gym and watch the calories on the treadmill add up while we hope for results.

These diets focus on eating for weight loss rather than eating for health. When restoring health is the focus, weight loss often follows.

Unintentional weight gain is a symptom that your body is out of balance. The factors influencing weight loss and your body’s ability to gain muscle and release excess fat are so much more complex than calories-in / calories-out. Among these are:

  • Hormone imbalances
  • Digestion problems, nutrient absorption, and your microbiome
  • Inflammation
  • Stored environmental toxins
  • Stress & stress relief
  • Sleep quality

Effective weight loss requires a health-focused approach

The inability to lose excess weight is often a sign of other imbalances. A whole-health approach establishes a foundation to meet the fundamental needs so your body can shed unwanted pounds.

Frustrated with trying to lose weight? Download our free guide!

Weight loss is a slow progression, both mentally and physically, with many influencing factors. It’s easy to jump into a trending radical diet without giving attention to the foundations of health. When these important steps are overlooked, we often end up with unsustainable changes that result in a rebound of our efforts followed by feelings of failure. Our free guide provides you with simple tips to make sustainable changes to your diet and lifestyle for a solid foundation of health.

Our weight loss program uses a holistic approach to achieve lasting and sustainable weight goals. Together, we’ll explore:

balance hormones

Hormonal imbalances

We'll investigate your levels of estrogen (a fat-storage hormone) and testosterone (a fat-burning hormone) and ways that nutrition affects this balance.

inflammatory foods

Sources of inflammation

Investigate sources of inflammation from foods, environment, or your microbiome (the ecosystem of good bacteria in your gut) that can contribute to your body’s desire to hang onto stored fat.

blood sugar

Blood sugar

We'll dive into the way your body responds to blood sugar swings and how this relates to fat storage.

Toxin exposure

We will assess the toxins around you, discuss how they relate to fat storage, and support the pathways of detoxification.

digestion

Digestive problems

We'll support your digestion and assimilation of nutrients to optimize energy production and boost metabolism.

stress reduction

Sources of stress

We'll discuss your personal daily stressors and identify stress resilience tactics that fit your lifestyle and provide self-care.

sleep hygiene

Sleep hygiene

We'll review your sleep routines and explore ways to improve sleep quality and maximize the regenerative benefits of sleep.

Is the keto diet right for you?

The high-fat, low-carbohydrate keto diet is currently among the most popular diets for weight loss. Becoming keto adapted is an extreme and significant shift in the way your body uses food for energy. When implemented strategically and holistically, the keto diet can have profound and positive effects. However, it can also be seriously detrimental to a body that is not ready.

We will work with you to assess your body’s readiness and help you implement a ketogenic diet safely and effectively.

Need to gain weight?

Have you lost too much weight due to illness or digestive problems? Or maybe you’re not sure of the cause?

Being underweight is also a sign that your body is out of balance and nutritionally compromised. We’ll help you assess the root cause and create a plan for nutrient-dense, absorbable foods to help you get back to your healthy weight.

Contact us for a FREE 20-minute consultation to learn how we can help you achieve your weight goals.