Losing Weight Before The Family Reunion
We have pounds to lose and calories to cut before all these reunions take place. Once we notice that the clothes are fitting tight, the first thing to assume is they shrunk in the dryer. It’s important to remember that weight loss is achievable with the right mindset, support, and strategies. But there is one more variable and that’s fluctuating hormones. Seeking guidance from healthcare professionals specializing in boosting or reducing certain hormones is another component of weight loss. Other professionals, such as registered dietitians or certified trainers, can provide personalized advice and support throughout your weight loss journey. One YouTuber is on a public journey to share that weight loss is a moment-to-moment rollercoaster. She talks about the plateaus and periods of slow progress, which can be confusing. But, it’s important to remember that weight loss takes time and consistency, and works on its own timetable.
When my scale hit 200 pounds, I dam near lost all hope, but hormones were the culprit. Even on the first day of working out and eating healthy, I expected results, but it took literally one year to get to the desired body shape, desired. I learned the hard way that it’s important to have realistic expectations and focus on sustainable, long-term changes rather than quick fixes. Weight loss is this personal journey to test your diligence to wake up at 5 am to walk or run, box or do pilates. Let’s keep this conversation going because family and class reunions are in the near future, and we want to be in shape mentally and physically. Next time let’s go down the emotional and psychological factors that can be discouraging. Let’s be buddies on our weight loss success! Check out Dr. Peter Fotinos if you need expertise regarding hormone replacement therapy.