Fuel Your Weight Loss & Lose Visceral Fat Starting Today!
Do you feel stressed and exhausted all the time? Has your weight loss stopped and now you're not loving your body?
Social media has made it harder to like what we see in the mirror, and making matters even worse, ads or influencers that make a living trying to sell you products they don't use themselves can actually cause weight gain, which is the opposite of why you decided to use the products in the first place.
Even though I've lost 40 pounds, I still struggle with body image issues. Until I began to see myself the way God sees me, it negatively affected my health and happiness. Can you relate?
I was stuck in the negative feedback loop. I felt like a failure, less than and not enough. I didn't want to take care of my health and I was too busy thinking about what I was going to eat next to exercise or take care of my body.
Sadly, my lack of physical activity, combined with eating whatever I wanted, whenever I wanted, also affected my sleep. I was able to stay up late, which played a huge role in slowing my metabolism even more than it already was. My hunger and cravings were exacerbated to the point that I couldn't stick to a plan for one day.
This negative feedback weight gain loop is more common now than ever before, which is why it's crucial to address all of these underlying issues, including night time hunger and cravings, as well as the hormonal imbalance that drives weight gain and blocks weight loss and fat-burning. Amplified hunger and cravings for all of the wrong kinds of foods leave you feeling frustrated and hopeless.
In a world where diet culture is everywhere around you and everyone presents themselves as an expert, it can feel like it’s impossible to stay focused on your personal health journey, starting with reaching your body's optimal weight.
Until you understand how your metabolism works and what makes it work more efficiently you most likely will not lose weight. Here's the 411 on metabolism.
Most diets don't address the underlying metabolic issues that cause weight gain. They block weight loss, acting like a brake stopping you from losing weight and actually make insulin resistance worse.
The biggest mistake I see when people are trying to lose weight is not addressing belly fat right away. Abdominal obesity is proof that you need to address your metabolic health in order to lose weight.
Poor metabolic health includes elevated and unbalanced blood sugar levels, high cholesterol and triglycerides (heart disease and diabetes), acid reflux, gastric issues, chronic inflammation, low energy and fatigue, and depression.
96% of LynFit clients have a hormonal imbalance, which also includes the stress hormone cortisol, that drives intense hunger and cravings that lead to weight gain and excess belly fat. All of which prevent them from losing weight.
Sadly, if these issues are left alone, their health gets progressively worse and losing weight becomes harder and harder. The good news is that when you address these underlying metabolic health issues, losing weight and melting off stubborn belly fat becomes easier.
Are you ready to take back control over your health? Despite what your co-workers, hairdresser, or close friends tell you, or what read or see on social media, not everyone loses weight in the same way. Some of us may need a little extra boost.
The best way to determine what works best for you is to take the LynFit Product Recommendation Quiz found HERE. By answering a few simple questions you'll be provided with the options that will work best for your goals. You can start to lose that weight and melt away visceral belly fat today!
Lisa Lynn, Clinical Metabolic Nutrition & Fitness Expert and Associate Chaplain. Best known for her 18+ years as Martha Stewart’s trainer, who was responsible for Martha’s over-50 amazing physical transformation that caught the attention of Dr. Oz, leading to her many appearances on the Dr. Oz Show. Lisa is not just another trainer; she herself lost 40 pounds and has kept it off, even with a sluggish thyroid and menopause.
- Lisa Lynn