Weight Loss and Fatigue
Losing weight is not a simple math equation of cutting calories. How many of you have cut calories, exercise and still not losing the weight? • Maybe it’s more than cutting calories? • Maybe it’s also more than diet and exercise? • Maybe STRESS could be that missing pieces of your weight loss puzzle?
Has Your Metabolism Shifted? Your metabolism is designed to burn most of its calories from the breakdown of fats 24/7, more so than from the breakdown of calories from lean muscle (protein) and carbohydrates.
The PROBLEM for most people who struggle with their weight is their metabolism has shifted and instead of burning fats - they burn lean muscle and carbohydrates. In essence they’re burning the Wrong Fuel! Use Dr. Len’s Online health questionnaire to see if your Metabolism has shifted. https://www.drlenlopez.com/health-quizzes/test-your-metabolism
You can burn calories ALL Day long, but if you’re NOT burning calories from the breakdown of fats, you will always struggle with your weight, energy levels, cravings, mood swings, cellulite, inability to focus, difficulty in adding lean muscle and yes…chemical and hormonal imbalances!
The first goal of Dr. Len’s Healthy Weight Loss Program is to restore your metabolism to function the way it was designed so your body can burn-off those unwanted inches, while at the same time increase your energy level.
How does your metabolism effect your energy level? - Your body produces energy by burning calories from the breakdown of fats, carbs and proteins. - The secret is that when you burn fats, you produce two-and-a-half times more energy than you do when you burn carbs and proteins (lean muscle). - This is why weight gain and fatigue seem to go hand-in-hand. - The Solution to your inability to lose weight or have enough energy throughout the day begins by correcting your Metabolism.
In To Burn or Not to Burn – Fat is the Question I explain how your metabolism is a lot like a fireplace, and that you have 3 types of wood to burn. The big fat logs give off a lot of energy (heat) and burn longer than proteins and carbs.