Healthy eating for weight loss is a sure thing. You can guarantee it will work, with two caveats – what your definition of healthy eating is and getting you to try it out and then stick with it.

Let’s deal with the last obstacle first. This is a hard one. Changing anything is always met with resistance and excuses galore. People are conservative by nature. Even when obese people are diagnosed with an obesity related disease, in other words, lose weight and the problem will go away, they aren’t always motivated to do anything.

But one diagnosis which just might stimulate almost everyone to do something is being diagnosed with a fatal disease – multiple sclerosis, leukemia, cancer and the like.

All degenerative diseases are a product of modern ways of life. I was going to say civilisation, but that would imply some sort of advanced thinking, which can’t be true if people are getting sicker at younger ages, as is happening.

Stress, long working hours, little time to relax, grabbing quick meals on the run, no learning at a young age how to be you, all lead you to be an efficient cog in a machine. However, generally sooner rather than later, they fail you and your health. You become sick. You can no longer function. You fail your dependent family. What will they do after you have gone? How will they cope?

And that is quite apart from how you will cope with the mainstream treatment of a degenerative disease. Can you even afford it? If it doesn’t work, you are placing an unnecessary financial burden on the family you are failing.

Now let’s look at what healthy eating is.

When you look at all the natural clinics who treat people with degenerative diseases successfully, you have to look at what they are doing. When their positive results are way past 50%, they must be getting something right.

One of the first things that happens to these people, is that they lose weight! Those carrying excess weight find it falls off. Those who are underweight, put on a little. In other words, weight BALANCES.

Each natural clinic varies to some extent in their approach to the treatment, but all consider healthy eating to be fundamental to their success. They work out what food can be eaten in abundance and what foods should be consumed in moderation. They work out what the unhealthy foods are and suggest a complete ban on these, certainly in the early stages.

Monitoring your health and progress, providing you with much needed encouragement and getting support from others who have made it is all part of these clinics’ daily work.

Why leave it to get to this stage? Even though successful, it means you have to attend the clinic for a period of time. This may not suit you or be within your financial limitations. Healthy eating for weight loss means that you will lose weight at the same time your health improves. Learn what you can eat in abundance and what you should avoid now before it is too late.

Madeleine Innocent
Madeleine Innocent

You know how often people struggle with their weight? They want to know WHY they can’t lose weight easily and all their GP can offer is drugs and surgery? They feel helpless and at the mercy of another. Well, what I do is to help you pinpoint WHY you struggle to lose weight and implement a strategy that takes you to a feeling of empowerment, of being in control of your life. A strategy that restores your natural weight and allows you to enjoy life.

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