You have tried every trick in the book, taken all advice, followed every fad, bought the latest equipment, and done everything, including not eating at all…
...and you never see results. Or you gain it all back shortly after dropping weight. Whatever the roadblock, a qualified nutritionist understanding you personally can thoughtfully and effectively help.
The reason why all the diets and the self-help books do not help, because they were designed for maybe one person in the whole world, and that person isn’t You ! The solution is to find a nutritionist, who will help you make that diet for you that will work, and it sticks, and give you long standing results. They can help you understand the science behind how food fuels your body, how to achieve balance in your food choices, and provide accountability to keep you on track. It is not about eating less, but eating right and in the correct quantity that will help you lose weight and keep it off. Losing weight and losing weight in a healthy manner are two very different things. Learning how to lose weight—while eating healthy and avoiding nutritional deficiencies—is key to sustaining good health and even keeping the weight off.
It is not about following a diet, it is about following a program for you. The biggest mistake with dieters is that they go into a diet with the intention of being overly strict on what they allow themselves to eat. The problem is that when they slip up and cheat, they see it as absolute failure and quit the entire idea. The result is a retiring back to old, bad habits. You need to approach dieting with a flexible mind-set, allowing yourself to have food, here and there, that goes along with the program through a guided approach, of a nutritionist who understands when to pull you back. Otherwise, you will drive yourself nuts and end up worse off than when you started.
It is not just that time of the month. And it is not just one week of going on a cleanse and wondering why a month later you've gained back the weight. We are talking about a consistent lack of ability to lose weight despite doing all the right things like working out, eating right, and getting enough sleep.