Suppressing your appetite is actually quite easy, but does that mean you should do it?
Most people want to manage their appetite to help with weight loss, but did you know that too much caloric restriction can actually damage your metabolism?
In this post, I discuss how to use the best natural and prescription appetite suppressants, how to use them correctly and how to determine if you should use them...
No doubt most of you have at least heard about Wellbutrin.
Most of you are probably familiar with its use as an anti-depressant, but did you know that it can also help with weight loss?
Or that it is actually compounded with another medication (naltrexone) and is part of one of the most popular weight loss medications currently available?
The answer to that is probably not, which is why we are going to discuss using Wellbutrin for weight loss here.
Let's dig into how Wellbutrin helps with weight loss and determine if it's right for you (because it certainly doesn't work for everyone)...
Metformin may be one of the cheapest and most underused weight loss medications out there.
Metformin is traditionally reserved for those with diabetes or insulin resistance, but many studies show that it can be effective in overweight or obese patients without diabetes.
The only problem?
You wouldn't know about it unless you do the research yourself!
Use this post to learn everything you need to know about using metformin (both if you have diabetes or if you are simply just overweight):
Did you know that not eating enough calories may be limiting your ability to lose weight?
Caloric restriction causes a cascade of hormone imbalances that lead to a condition known as weight loss resistance.
Contrary to conventional wisdom you must eat ENOUGH calories if you want to lose weight.
Luckily, there are several signs and symptoms to help you figure out if you are indeed eating enough calories.
Use this symptoms guide to help you determine if you should be eating more calories and what to do if you aren't:
Is Contrave really a miracle weight loss medication?
Well, it is a newer weight loss medication but it's far from perfect.
This particular medication helps people lose weight by influencing certain factors in the body ranging from hormonal control to appetite modulation.
Because of this, certain people stand to benefit more from using this medication than others.
Learn how Contrave can help with weight loss and determine if it is right for you:
Saxenda might be one of the best weight loss medications that exist on the market right now.
But just because it might work doesn't mean it's necessarily right for your body.
Saxenda works because it alters many hormone systems in your body that tend to interfere with your appetite, metabolism and even other hormones.
In this post, I will walk you through how Saxenda helps with weight loss and who should consider using this new medication.
Let's jump in:
Increased weight loss, improved bone density, increase balance and blood flow...
These are just some of the benefits of using a whole body vibration machine.
But maybe you are wondering:
Are these benefits too good to be true?
How can I get these results?
Will it work for me?
If so, which whole body vibration machine is the best?
These are exactly the questions we are going to answer today.
This article will give you the scientific overview including how and why I use vibration therapy in certain patients for an added boost to weight loss and other treatments.
But I need to be honest with you and say this right away:
The whole body vibration machine is NOT a miracle weight loss or quick weight loss gimmick. By itself, it will most likely NOT lead to significant weight loss or improve all of your symptoms.
If you are looking for a quick fix, miracle weight loss cure this is not it.
But if you are looking to augment your weight loss results, if you are ready to make changes to your health and want to understand how the whole body vibration machine can make your workouts far more efficient and effective then this is the information you are looking for...
If you want to skip the science and the talk you can find my recommendation here (but read below to see how I recommend you use it).
Wouldn't it be nice if you could take some supplements to lose weight?
While weight loss is not quite that easy, there are many supplements that may help you burn fat and build muscle mass.
The combination may result in weight loss and an improvement in your body composition.
The trick is to use the right supplements at the right dose and try to target them to your body and your needs.
This post will teach you how I use supplements in my practice and which supplements I think are the best for weight loss:
When treating any medical condition it is absolutely essential to understand the basic physiology or reasons why it occurs. That means you have to be asking the right questions in order to get the right answers.
When it comes to obesity conventional medicine hasn’t been asking any questions in over 40 years. If you are overweight and go to your doctor you will get the same advice: eat less and exercise more, the so-called ‘calories in, calories out’ model. The problem is this: patients have been following their advice and as a result they are more sick than they have ever been: