Spokane Regional Networking, Social Media, Professional and Business Development
Time: January 26, 2010 from 6pm to 7:30pm
Location: Coeur d'Alene Resort
Street: 115 2nd Street
City/Town: Coeur d'Alene, ID
Website or Map: http://maps.google.com/maps?f…
Event Tags: weight, loss, seminar
Organized By: Randall Wilkinson
Latest Activity: Jan 22, 2010
Join us at the Coeur d'Alene Resort for an evening that will open your eyes to the next generation of weight loss made possible by the latest in weight loss research.
At this free informational event, you’ll learn why so many weight loss attempts end in failure. You'll get an explanation of the science underlying the Weight Protocol weight loss method and have an opportunity to ask questions and sample some of the different meal supplements. (There is no obligation and this is not MLM.)
Although some 70% of Americans are said to be either obese or overweight, nearly all have made attempts to lose their extra pounds. Why do so few succeed?
Since the full details are very complex, let’s look at a simplified overview of why so many attempts fail.
1 - CUT THE CALORIES
You cut way back on how much food you’re eating. Without enough calories to supply the body’s energy needs, it begins to pull energy from available sources – from fat (in your fat tissue) or from protein (mostly in your muscles).
2 - INSULIN SPIKES
The carbohydrates in your food cause insulin levels to rise, especially the sugars and starches – even from ‘good’ foods like fruits. Higher insulin levels put your body into a fat-storage mode. Insulin resistance exaggerates this response.
3 - FAT STORAGE MODE…ON…OFF…ON…OFF…
With fat tissue repeatedly in storage mode, your body looks to its only other source of energy to fill the calorie deficit – breaking down muscle in order to burn it for energy. As a result, most of the weight actually lost often comes from muscle, not from fat. Because muscle loss is already a problem of aging, this compounds the problem.
4 - SLOW, INCONSISTENT WEIGHT LOSS
This on and off availability of fat to burn for energy frequently makes the weight loss that actually happens inconsistent and slow. Without brisk, observable success diets tend to be discarded sooner rather than later.
5 - DIETING MISERY
To make matters worse, the same dynamics that cause the dangerous damage to your muscle also make weight loss difficult: constant hunger, loss of energy, irritability, sporadic weight loss, hitting a weight loss plateau.
6 - LESS MUSCLE, LOWER METABOLIC RATE
The primary place calories are burned in your body is in muscle tissue; the more muscle, the higher the metabolic rate. Because the diet reduced the muscle mass in your body, in the future your remaining muscle will burn fewer calories per day. This means you will gain weight even easier than before.
7 - DIET AFTERMATH
Your body interprets the diet’s period of low calorie intake as a possible indicator of possible ‘famines’ to come. For as much as six months following a diet, your body becomes exceptionally vigilant about storing every available extra calorie of energy it can – just in case ‘famine’ strikes again. Unless you’re prepared for it, this makes it very difficult to keep the weight off following the usual diet.
Weight Protocol takes a fresh new approach to these problems. The result is a protocol that delivers brisk weight loss, yet virtually eliminates the challenge of hunger, fatigue, cravings and irritability of the usual approach. Women typically lose 3-5 pounds per week; men 4-7 pounds.
Seating is limited. Please RSVP via this site or by calling 888-538-9628.
More information is available at www.weightprotocol.com/seminar.html