• Brent Gallagher

What has to be true to lose weight? 🎯

"I did ___ diet and ___ workout and lost 10 lbs!!!"

The problem is that most of your friends who rave about finding the magical diet and workout routine to lose all the weight, end up back to where they started. And in most cases, heavier.

There are ways to eat for the rest of your life that have no label.

There are ways to train for the rest of your life that don't require going all-out, every workout.

There are ways to lose weight and keep it off for the rest of your life that only require you to answer a simple question:

"...What has to be true to lose weight and keep it off for good?.." What has to be true... This is a centering statement. Not what's trending on social media, in your friend circle, or celebrity tabloids. What's proven in the research journals without being swayed by outside business influence (aka: Money and intent to sell something). ...to lose weight... Weight gain is directly related to your insulin response. In other words, when you eat a carb heavy meal, insulin is released to store the fuel that can't be used right away. When you consume healthy fats and proteins, your insulin response declines, fuel utilization is increased, and energy stores are used up. ...and keep it off for good? Maintaining a healthy weight is about being mindful in the moment. Mindful of...

  • what you're about to eat, purchase at the grocery story, and grab on the go when you're in a hurry.

  • getting the 7+ hours of sleep your body needs to repair, recharge, and rejuvenate.

  • moving for 30 minutes, 5 days a week.

  • finding the joy in making a healthy lifestyle sustainable.

The everyday steps you and I can take to lose weight and keep it off for good are basically free.

Mindfulness + Sleep + Walking + Enjoying the process = $0.

Professional accountability + Staying on course for 3 months + Not looking for loopholes = $Priceless.

To make a healthy lifestyle sustainable, see it as a long obedience in the same direction.

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