$60 billion is spent annually in America to
“solve” the obesity epidemic. There is no one-size-fits-all solution. Many conventional approaches to weight loss fail. Focus is placed only to the symptoms of excess fat and not eh underlying cause of that symptoms. Processed and refined foods, sleep deprivation, stress, environmental toxins, poor gut health, food sensitivities, hormone imbalances, chronic infections, and nutrient deficiencies have a direct impact on weight gain.
Who it affects?
A billion plus people worldwide, including 100 million Americans. More than half are overweight, and a full one-third are clinically obese.
The modern lifestyle is so harmful to our metabolic health. You can feel breathless, increased sweating, snoring, sleep difficulties, fatigue, joint pain, low self-esteem, and feeling isolated. Obesity can lead to serious health conditions of hypertension, elevated lipids, diabetes, stroke, and coronary artery disease.
The cause of the obesity epidemic is complex and involves both genetic and environmental factors. Obesity is caused by a mismatch between our predominantly Paleolithic genes and our modern lifestyle.