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Weight Loss Plateau: Why it happens & What you can do

Physique & Mind-Body Coach Jill Coleman & Dr. Jade Teta:

How To Fix Your Metabolism & Escape The Weight Loss Plateau

 

In this blog Metabolic Effect team member Jill Coleman of jillfit.com (also my wife :-) ) and I discuss calories, dieting, fixing the metabolism and more. In this interview you will learn:

  • The three stages of metabolic slow down
  • How to avoid metabolic compensation
  • Why the eat less, exercise more model is such a slippery slope
  • Mindset strategies for breaking the binge, starve cycle
  • How to “count your hormones”
  • symptoms of metabolic slow down
  • Why the metabolism does not function like a calculator
  • The impact of different forms of exercise on hunger
  • The biochemical and behavioral aspects of hunger and cravings
  • and more…….

The dreaded weight loss plateau is one of the most common occurrences in the dieting world.  There is a way to fix it.  This interview gets you started. You will also want to check out the detailed linked below.  As well as our online program Escape The Diet Trap.

ESCAPE THE DIET TRAP

A Complete Online Education In The Fat Loss Lifestyle

About Jade Teta

Integrative Physician, Author The Metabolic Effect Diet, Founder CEO Metabolic Effect Inc., Health, Fitness and fat loss expert. Find on Google+

4 Responses to "Weight Loss Plateau: Why it happens & What you can do"

  • sarah.i.nbr
    March 13, 2014 - 3:15 PM

    Thank you, thank you, thank you!
    Can’t say it enough :)

    This brought everything I’ve been reading on your blog together for me in a most liberating way.

    I absolutely love the fact that you educate people the way you do. Please, please keep it coming :)

  • Katherine
    March 29, 2014 - 11:50 AM

    On average how long should one stay on an eat less, exercise less diet. Is one week long enough or what happens if you cycle on week one, one week off? Also are there any guidelines about what an “eat less” diet looks like calorie wise?

    Would an hour of kettlebell bootcamp classes done 5 times a week count as “exercise more”? I don’t think I could do more than an hour a day but didn’t know if that qualify as a lot?

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