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How to Help Clients Beat Belly Fat

by: Jade Teta, ND

Look beyond the “eat less, exercise more” approach, and learn about hormonal physiology and strategic nutrition.

How many times have you trained a client who couldn’t lose weight no matter how hard you trained him or how “clean” he insisted his nutrition was? It’s frustrating for both fitness professional and client when the waistline doesn’t budge in spite of what seems enough effort. However, the reason belly fat can be so intractable is that it’s as much a hormonal phenomenon as it is a caloric one. In order to understand how to get rid of belly fat, it’s important to factor hormonal physiology into the overall equation.

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About the Author

Jade Teta, ND

Jade Teta, ND IDEA Author/Presenter

I am a hybrid fitness professional who works as a holistic physician, wellness coach and personal trainer. I am a licensed family physician in Washington State, but work as a health, fitness and fat l...

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