Kihei, HI – 25 Feb, 2015 — According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 69% of adults age 20 years and over are either overweight or obese, so it’s no wonder that 42% of all New Year’s Resolutions are weight loss related. Now that we are two months into the year guess how many people are following through with their resolutions? Of all resolutions made, only 8% will accomplish their end goals.
So what hinders most resolutions? Experts say that the average American has too many competing priorities. In order to set yourself up for success, keep your goals simple. Creating a detailed plan on how to tackle excuses will also help you reach your desired outcome. Eating healthier, working out more, or losing weight isn’t just something you stumble into blindly. You need to have a blueprint for victory!
Researchers have discovered that weight loss that lasts a lifetime depends on the presence and effectiveness of the human body’s vital hormones. In today’s society low-quality foods cause the overproduction and burnout of these hormones, making weight loss nearly impossible—regardless of caloric intake.
What is the solution?
Traditionally, it is believed that in order to burn fat, classic cardio is the ideal form of exercise. However, with that type of exercise you are in a slow fat burning mode only during your workout. With metabolic conditioning, you stimulate the hormones that increase metabolism and elicit the body to be in fat burning mode for up to 24-48 hours, post-exercise. This is known as the after-burn effect. Metabolic conditioning is characterized by short bursts of high intensity exercise. Therefore, in just minutes a day you can build muscle and burn fat like never before. Twelve minutes a day is all it takes to get in the shape of your life.
On Wednesday, March 11, 2015, at 6 PM Dr. Katie Gravesen will host the event, “Lose to Win: The Weight Loss Challenge.” This event offers a 30-day weight loss challenge that will help people of all ages create a game plan to overcome health hurdles. At “Lose to Win,” Dr. Gravesen will address a few simple concepts to help attendees restore proper hormone function and manage weight naturally:
• How common food sources inhibit the function of leptin, the weight-loss hormone?
• Why traditional cardiovascular exercise encourages overeating and the storage of fat?
• How reparable irregularities in the nervous system can interfere with thyroid function?
• Why low-fat and non-fat foods cause steady weight gain?
• How sugar damages the function of insulin and the immune system?
“A lot of the people that come into my office are chasing goal that never come to fruition,” said Dr. Gravesen. “The sad part is that the goals people set are important to their lives, to their families, and to their life’s work. That’s why teach a created a program that will not create results, and change lifestyles. This event is designed to be truly transformational.”
For more information about the March workshop, visit www.solchiro.com or call Sol Chiropractic at 808-270-2530.
About Dr. Katie Gravesen
Dr. Katie Gravesen started her career in Wisconsin. She owned and operated one of the largest chiropractic practice in Western Wisconsin for 14 years. Dr. Gravesen moved to Kihei, Hawaii, in 2014 with a mission to help the community overcome health obstacles and to help people stay well, by teaching the five essentials of health. Dr. Gravesen continues to own a practice in Cottage Grove, Minnesota, Pure Chiropractic (www.purechiromn.com). As a Chiropractor with experience, Dr. Gravesen is committed to promoting the health and wellbeing of her practice members. She is committed to her patients and living the lifestyle that she promotes.
Dr. Gravesen uses a “whole person approach” when taking care of her patients. By combining the very best hands-on-technique, state of the art exercise procedures, and providing the newest and best natural vitamins and mineral supplements on the market today, Dr. Gravesen is able to help you to accelerate and/or maintain your journey to amazing health.
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