How's Your New Year Going?
Often we begin a new year with the best of intentions when it comes to our health. However, as the year progresses it is tough to hold onto our original inspiration. According to a trusted provider of research surveys (Statistic Brain), about 41% of Americans make a New Year's resolution. Of those, over 76% set a goal to lose weight, eat healthier and make lifestyle improvements. Unfortunately, the number of people who stick to their resolution diminishes rapidly. Good news is people who make resolutions are 10 times more likely to attain their goals.
One of the most important motivators to maintaining a healthy lifestyle change is your own self-awareness. How many times have you decided not to weigh yourself for fear of what the scale will tell you? Knowledge is power, and that being said, healthy weight loss is a by-product of how well you know and keep up with what your body's telling you. The human body has an amazing ability to heal itself, but you have to stop ignoring what it is telling you. Once you do decide to change your life and make a commitment that you're going to see it through, it is time to talk to someone who has been in your shoes.
It doesn't matter if you're concerned with being overweight, or out of shape, or both, you can use help. Here's where it is important to consult with a dietitian or weight loss coach... someone who understands YOU and knows how to help YOU stay on track. A professional will work directly with you to create a challenge as well as provide the education and encouragement you'll need to reach your goals. At Metabolic Research Center, we've been helping others celebrate success for more than 25 years. Give us a call, we can help you beat the statistics.
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