Losing weight is hard...
Many start their weight loss journey by adopting a calorie reduced diet which causes neurological changes that actually make you more likely to notice food than before dieting, and once you notice it, these changes make it hard to stop thinking about it.
In fact, diet-induced neurological changes make food not only taste better, but also cause food to give a bigger rush of the hormone dopamine (that’s the same hormone which is released when addicts use their drug of choice).
Dieters also face an uphill battle because dieting has also changed their hormones. Their levels of the satiety hormone leptin go down, which means that now it takes even more food than before to make them feel full.
On top of this, the weight loss journey is made even more complicated when you consider all the additional factors that could be working against you such as; genetics, stress, hormones, sleep, age, medication, disabilities, lifestyle to name but a few.
Hear from our founder Dr. Jason McKeown
1. Appetite is definitly decreased
2. Cravings are decreased too
3. It compliments a healthy eating/excercise plan - it can't replace it, but with a decrease in cravings it makes it so much easier.
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