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Dec 08, 2009 at 12:00 AM

Lose Weight by First Losing Waste

By Thad Jacobs, ND, LAc

Lose Weight by First Losing Waste

Shedding unhealthy fat is a big step toward better health. However, you might consider getting “clean” first with a short metabolic detoxification regimen. It could make a difference in how you feel, and help you meet your body composition and health goals even faster.
A greater percentage of lean muscle benefits general health and well-being—and reduces your risk to diabetes and heart disease. But that unwanted fat stores environmental pollutants your body can’t keep up with through normal elimination. Some research suggests that fat loss may increase circulating and stored pollutants, which could slow your metabolism by decreasing energy production and influencing multiple body functions. This may explain why some people reach a “plateau” and fail to make further progress in meeting their lean body goals. And why others develop symptoms associated with excess pollutants when they lose fat, dragging them down and making them feel worse...not better.
Clear the path for a cleaner, leaner you. Environmental overload has been suggested as an important consideration before starting any body composition program. A brief “detox” (often 10 days or less) provides scientifically tested nutrients to support your body’s metabolic detoxification process—to help it catch up with any overload and keep you feeling good. It may also help remove obstacles that stand in your way of getting leaner and healthier.
Can a short metabolic detoxification regimen and body composition program help you? Please contact the office to set up an appointment. We’ll help you get cleaner, leaner, and healthier!

Posted in Weight Loss.

Jun 11, 2014 Arrow1 Down Reply

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