BECAUSE you can burn Calories all day long!
But if you are only burning carbohydrates and proteins, (twigs and small branches) instead of fats…you’ll never get those unwanted pounds off or overcome fatigue, mood swings, cravings, irritability etc!
What Regulates Your Metabolism are Hormones.
- some hormones trigger your body to burn fats
- some hormones burn carbs and lean muscles
- and some hormones store fats
Too much stress and cortisol can undercut the best diet and workout routine.
Diet and Exercise are important – but Stress could be that missing piece of the puzzle…
Learn how STRESS, DIET and EXERCISE trigger your hormones to burn or store fat.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Good Fitness and Good Health
- Hormones Trigger the Action
- Burning Fats for Weight Loss
2. Stress and the Adrenal Glands
- The Different Types of Stress
- Symptoms of Stress
3. Stressed About Weight Loss
- Adrenal Exhaustion
- Lowering Our Stress
4. Is the Thyroid to Blame?
- The Function of the Thyroid
- Revving the Metabolism
5. Balancing Our Blood Sugar
- Insulin Stores Fat
- Glucagon Burns Fat
6. The Five & Two Plan for Dieting
- Ten Steps to Better Health
7. Exercise and Fitness
- Aerobic and Anaerobic Metabolism
- Exercise Intensity
8. Target Fat Burning Zone
- Finding Your Fat Burning Zone
- Building Your Aerobic Capacity
9. Exercising for Weight Loss
- Balancing Aerobic and Anaerobic Training
- Creating a Workout
10. The Super Seven Workout
- Lose Weight and Burn Fat
- Building Muscle Tone
If you are one of the millions of people who constantly struggle with your weight and are always on some type of diet or exercise program to help fight the battle of the bulge, this book will be very helpful to you.
Many people spend half their life dieting yet they still can’t lose any weight. Some wonder why they spend so much time exercising with little or no results to show. Others claim they do a good job of dieting and exercising, but are still unable to reach their desired weight loss goals. With so much dieting and exercise we should be seeing more positive results. Unfortunately, here in America, problems with weight gain and obesity are a growing concern.
Most people think diet and exercise are all that’s involved when it comes to losing weight and keeping it off. But diet and exercise may not be the only pieces of this puzzle.
There could be another factor we haven’t looked at before — Stress!
Stress may be part of the problem that’s holding back your results. Is there heavy stress in your life? Do you always feel fatigued and run down? Are you constantly on the go? Do you suffer from headaches, indigestion, bloating, constipation, allergies, PMS, menopause, arthritis, diabetes and low blood sugar? Do you get enough sleep each night? If you’re answering yes to this short list of questions there is a good chance that stress is overwhelming your body and triggering hormonal responses that are working against all your good dieting and exercise effort. It’s also a possibility that your diet and exercise programs may be triggering the wrong hormonal response and triggering your body to store fat rather than burn fat.