Get summer ready with the Shake It Practitioner Weight Management Program

October 9, 2017

 

Lose those extra kilos with our Clinical Nutritionist, Sachiko and the Shake It Practitioner Weight Management Program. This program incorporates a low carbohydrate, moderate protein eating plan with regular exercise, targeted to achieve fat loss while maintaining muscle mass. By having a weight loss program with these key elements, you are not only losing weight but also enhancing metabolism to support further weight loss.

If you feel like you are carrying a spare tyre round your middle, the Shake It Program can help you lose that unwanted belly fat. Also known as visceral adipose tissue, this type of deep fat surrounds the abdominal area and organs, and is associated with an increased risk of diabetes, heart disease, stroke and even dementia. All good reasons to trim down now get healthier and reduce your risk of chronic disease!
 

There can be many factors contributing to weight gain; including;

  • Prolonged or recurring stress,

  • Reduced metabolic rate from low thyroid function,

  • Imbalances in blood sugar levels or hormones,

  • Toxicity and poor digestive function.

The Shake It Program offers unique benefits for you, as your Nutritionist can help to identify and address the underlying drivers that encourage your body to store fat and slow weight loss. This means that your weight loss program will be tailored specifically to you, in order to help you overcome the roadblocks to weight loss success.

Sachiko can guide you through your weight transformation in a safe and effective way, helping you achieve your goal of losing weight and keeping it off. Staying motivated and on track with your fat loss program is made easier with consistent support. You may also be eligible for private health fund rebates by participating in the Shake It Program.

 

Join the Shake It Program today! Call or email now.

 

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