In the last 10 years, dieters have spent over 600 billion dollars on diets and diet products. Yet we keep getting heavier.
If you want to lose weight and keep it off, increase your metabolic efficiency and prevent or reverse health conditions you need to know the truth about why dieting has failed and how to take back control of your body and health.
The truth about weight loss
Why is it so hard to lose weight and keep it off?
The truth is, Insulin Resistance and muscle loss
are the root problems, but the diet and pharmaceutical
industries don’t want to talk about it.
Because they make it worse and want you to stay dieting for life.
Why muscle matters
Starving the body for weight loss leads to muscle loss and a slower metabolism. What that means is that you plateau quicker and potentially never reach your goal weight. Worse still, when you go off the starvation diet you gain weight back easier and faster. Every time you repeat this cycle your body fat percentage increases, your muscle mass goes down and metabolism gets slower.
Here is what could happen if you crash diet and lose 50 pounds. 25 pounds lost is fat and 25 lost is muscle. When you gain the weight back, you don’t get the muscle back. You gain 50 pounds of fat.
Crash dieting also disrupts the hormones that control weight and increases your risk of serious health conditions.
If you have a slow metabolism and gain weight easily it is important that you manage your glucose and insulin levels and avoid and minimize muscle loss during weight loss.
Before you consider drastic measures like the new weight loss and diabetes injections, with dangerous side effects including significant muscle loss, consider Semaglutide. With Semaglutide you will safely and effectively control sugar cravings, hunger, and minimize muscle loss allowing you to feel good and inspired to reach your goal weight.
Insulin is a hormone that directly affects metabolism, weight gain, aging and overall health.
Your insulin’s effectiveness is affected by unbalanced diets which increase glucose levels and spike insulin levels causing excess glucose to be stored as fat. Unhealthy insulin levels lead to Insulin Resistance, pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes, and other serious health conditions including heart disease and Alzheimer’s.
INSULIN RESISTANCE CAN ALSO TRIGGER STRESS AND ANXIETY, CAUSE FATIGUE, HUNGER AND CRAVINGS, POOR SLEEP QUALITY AND OTHER SYMPTOMS — ALL WHICH DRIVE EMOTIONAL DECISIONS LIKE OVEREATING, BINGEING AND CRAVINGS FOR FATTY OR HIGH SUGAR FOODS.
Do you experience any of these indicators of Insulin Resistance
Excessive abdominal fat (belly fat)
Weight gain or difficulty losing weight
Fatigue or low energy
Stress, anxiety or depression
Hunger and cravings between meals
High blood pressure
High cholesterol or triglycerides
Pre-diabetic or type 2 diabetic
Thyroid or other autoimmune disorders
PCOS or Fertility problems
Semaglutide helps to lower blood sugar levels by stimulating insulin secretion and inhibiting glucagon secretion. This leads to better blood sugar control and reduced risk of complications associated with diabetes.
This is because it reduces appetite, slows down the emptying of the stomach, and increases feelings of fullness. Semaglutide has been found to reduce the risk of cariovascular disease, including reducing the risk of heart attacks, strokes, and other cardiovascular events. Semaglutide has been shown to reduce the risk of kidney disease in people with type 2 diabetes. This is because it helps to lower blood sugar levels, which can cause damage to the kidneys over time. Semaglutide is administered once a week by injection, which makes it more convenient than other medications that need to be taken several times a day.