It sounds crazy that weight loss programs are a great way to gain more weight, but it is true for a number of reasons.
Restrictive diets don’t work. They actually increase the problems associated with weight gain. Can’t we all agree that if 90% of diet programs result in weight regain and if 40% of people actually gain more weight back than what they lost maybe those programs don’t work for most people?
(Note: I don’t want to take away from the 5-10% of people that make those programs happen long-term. I’m suggesting that for the super majority of people those programs don’t work.)
There are thousands of exercise and diet programs being pushed on social media and regular media right now. And I think many of them likely have good eating plans and solid work out plans. But since they don’t address the root cause of cravings and appetite they won’t work.
I’m not suggesting that a person should avoid eating healthy or exercising. I’m saying that gut health determines if a person is going to be lean or overweight. Gut health determines if eating healthy is going to help a person lose weight or not.
Finally, I’m suggesting that if eating healthy and exercising alone aren’t shown to change cravings and appetite maybe it is a prudent idea to look at the science behind gut health and weight gain because they are absolutely linked.
For implementing the right gut health products and lifestyle changes to make other healthy eating and
exercising programs work please look at the Boost Kit Program. It was created by a microbiologist and
clinically trained dietitians to address the missing part of what is needed to make body composition change happen for the long-term.