Losing Weight, Keeping it Off, & Avoiding Weight Gain is Easier Than You Think
'Tis the season for holiday parties, plenty of delicious food, and festivities. The weight you've lost can creep back fast, and it may feel like there isn't enough time to take care of your health with holiday shopping, events to attend, and family to visit.
Or maybe you are one of the 64% of Americans who plan to delay weight loss and health goals until the start of the new year. But eating healthy and managing your blood sugar is easier than you think. And keep in mind that your best offense is a good defense.
There are simple, natural, proven methods that work better than trendy prescription drifts like Ozempic or Wegovey that are just as effective when managing your metabolic health, including blood sugar, cholesterol, bloat, and weight gain.
Keep in mind that metabolic health is about much more than what you eat or the food you put in your mouth. Healthy habits can certainly start at mealtime, but if you want to stay healthy this holiday season, don't stop making the healthy habits that helped you lose weight. They are even more critical to follow when you're not eating clean and healthy.
Still trying to figure out where to start? Try out these simple tips that prevent weight gain, block the formation of new fat cells, and, for some, may even cause weight loss despite overindulging.
Follow the LynFit Metabolic Boosting Protocol every day, including on holidays.
- Fast for 14 hours every night.
- Swap out two meals daily, including cheat days, with LynFit Natural Whey Protein.
- Take one LynFit Keto Carb Edge and one LynFit Cutting Edge first thing in the morning and again at noon.
- Take two LynFit Raspberry Ketone Cleanse & Restore right before/with your cheat meal or as soon as you remember.
- Take 1-2 LynFit Lean Sleep to help manage cortisol (stress hormones) that wreaks havoc on your waistline.
Losing weight, burning off belly fat, and living a leaner lifestyle are easier than you think when you understand how your metabolism works and you have the right tools! Have a delicious Thanksgiving. We are grateful for you!
Lisa Lynn, Clinical Metabolic Nutrition & Fitness Expert and Associate Chaplain. She is 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 lost 40 pounds and has kept it off, even with a sluggish thyroid and menopause.
- Lisa Lynn