Nutrition is so confusing. With so many fad diets out there and theories on nutrition, it’s no wonder that so many people are confused. One thing is for certain: despite all the attention given to nutrition and dieting, Americans are getting fatter. If you’re reading this, by now you have tried “losing weight” through several diets, only to find the results variable at best, and temporary as the norm. Most patients coming to Cenegenics have found that even though they are spending more time and energy trying to “eat right”, they are getting fewer results. Do the following questions apply to you?
  1. How has your nutrition changed over the years?
  2. Are you getting the results you expect from the improvement in nutritional changes?
  3. Do you find it hard to maintain weight loss after dieting?
  4. Do you find it hard to resist sugary snacks or carb-heavy snacks?
  5. Do you have late night “snack attacks”?
  6. Do you have trouble making good choices when you are busy or on the road?
  7. Are some foods bothering you now, whereas before they were just fine?
What if you discovered that it’s not your fault? Understanding how different kinds of food affect your biochemistry and physiology is important in understanding how to eat in a way that not only helps you lose weight and gain muscle, but also satiates you. Getting to the core of why your body is craving foods it doesn’t need, or is not absorbing the nutrients it needs, it of critical importance to finding a solution that gives your body the fuel it needs to build muscle, burn fat, and create energy.