I have heard several conflicting theories about going into starvation mode when someone is not eating enough calories for their activity level. There are people that say this is correct and there are others that argue it is B.S and say that a person will still lose weight even if they are not eating enough calories. What do you think? (I would rather ask a bunch of professionals such as yourselves than read any more comments in a bogus comment feed).
Hello Missy Reece,
Mark Twain is quoted as saying: be careful reading health books, you may die of a misprint.
I am also a health coach and personal trainer, who does not recommend or use supplements; the two certifications overlap with health coach being more of a lifestyle over training. With that said, I see overweight people who starve themselves. The food source is kept in the system for every nutrient possible, causing distention, among other things. When the client starts eating and exercising properly, it is like magic, making everyone happy. Sometimes there is more going on…chemical sensitivity from food and/or environment, diagnosed by their doctors.
Natalie aka NAPS 2 B Fit.