Hello Zachary Lyon,
Thank you for your comment sent to my email; I do not see it here, so I paste it:
“”I understand, but I never said anything about 4-5 pounds per day. So idk if you’re being serious but there are healthy ways, truly healthy ways, of losing weight quickly AND keeping it off. I keep hearing from people here that it is “not possible” but that is such a limited perspective. True health doesn’t have to be difficult to achieve. I’ve done it, I’ve watched clients do it. It sounds like the people that have not seen their clients keep weight off have been working with people who just simply don’t make the changes necessary. That has everything to do with the limitations of the individual and nothing to do with the principles they are trying to follow.”
In response: I am very serious about the 4-5 pound weight loss on the job, daily in my past history. We also flush the system of poor nutrients without counting calories. We use a very simple food tracking system to make clients visually aware of their eating habits. It is possible to lose pounds quickly; but, not for everyone. Yes, commitment is a big part along with the lifestyle choices. People drop the weight along with toxins, into the toilet, that is why it is called waste. When we refuel with good food the body knows what to do and all is well. When we refuel with junk, the body doesn’t know where to put it so it is stored instead of expelled, adding to the “weight” which can also be distention. I see it many times; this is how clients lose pounds quickly…healthy choices, as opposed to the malnourishing, bad habits.
Natalie aka NAPS 2 B Fit.