Corona-lockdown has had a huge impact on our lifestyles.
Sitting more, moving less and eating more ‘comfort-foods’ has unfortunately for many, resulted in ‘Iso-Kilo-Creep’. And as a result many are feeling lethargic, less motivated, noticed a lowered mood, and experiencing less energy, vitality and positivity.
But we all know for Iso-shedding there is not a simple, quick-fix solution. Because there are many underlying ‘drivers’ that influence our weight and our metabolism and many of these ‘drivers’ existed before the Corona-lockdown… the lockdown may just have exacerbated them and thus exacerbated weight gain.
So now is the time to address Iso-Weight Gain and more importantly, the drivers that impact it.
You and I both know that there is never a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to ‘iso-shedding’, or any ‘shedding’ for that matter.
When thinking about implementing any kind of weight management strategy a distinction must be made between fat loss and weight loss. Many low-fat, calorie-restricted diets produce disappointing long-term results mainly due to the excessive loss of muscle mass that occurs as a result of this type of diet. When muscle mass is lost, it results in a reduction in metabolic rate (i.e. the ability to burn calories) and increases your likelihood of putting it back on. This effect is often observed in yo-yo dieting. Losing muscle mass and reducing metabolic rate tends to create a vicious cycle of dieting and fat gain, which often results in hormonal and metabolic disturbances, ultimately leading to further fat gain.
There are some obvious drivers that impact our weight which include eating too much food generally, and not moving enough.
Then there is eating too much highly processed and high-sugar foods which can, over time, lead to insulin signaling disturbances and metabolic disorders.
Ongoing stress can impact our weight as can hormonal imbalances. Systemic inflammation and our level of toxicity also impact our metabolism and weight.
These drivers also influence and impact each other as well – and thus addressing iso-shedding is not a simple matter.
And so we thought it would be topical and helpful to get our Naturopathic team together to discuss and explain the complexities of weight management and the professional approach they take with their patients.
Webinar: How to solve ‘Iso-Weight Gain’ – 3 Professional Approaches
Wednesday 24th June at 7pm
Join us from the comfort of your home where our Naturopathic Team will discuss 3 different, but successful approaches they use with their patients to address ‘Iso-Weight Gain’
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