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Weight Loss, Diet Fads, and Finding Something That Works

Weight loss and health are topics I have discussed for a number of years and have studied how to feel better. Every day I take steps towards feeling better and researching new information has become a habit. I am either looking for a great meal for dinner or an entertaining workout that will assist in toning.

This is something I have been doing since before the Atkins diet became popular. Probably around the time Eat Right for Your Blood Type was all the rage. Since these diets became mainstream, natural weight loss has been on my mind. Coming from a family with a history of heart disease, I have been consistently looking for a meal lifestyle that works best for me.

After several diets, I realized that some work, some don't. For a long time this did not make sense to me. Diets like the South Beach Diet, and the Dash Diet, as well as the Atkins Diet, all have large followings with numerous stories where the diet changed a person's life. Why does one diet work and another not? Why isn't there a diet that fits everyone? These questions have had me occupied for years. It wasn't until recently have I been able to put some answers to them.

Weight loss has become more of a challenge for me the older I have grown. Not only has my age grown, but my belly has too. I have found that my exercise program has become more aggressive to keep up with my slowing metabolism. Because of this, I have had to make changes in my diet too, not matter how much I miss donuts and hollandaise sauce.

In my research, what I found is parts of one diet are excellent for me, as well as part of others. Inspiration came when I found Designer Body Retreat in Santa Monica. Kris Reid and Alisa Adagio have put together a program that accounts for lifestyle, body type, and where a person is regarding health and wellness. Natural weight loss in a short amount of time is what Designer Body Retreat achieves.

Combining my body type to what I should be eating, and how I should be exercising is a missed component in everything I have read. Maybe I've been reading the wrong books, or being haphazard about my approach to them. In most books, the formula is the same for health and wellness: diet and exercise. How to bring these two simple concepts together in a way that works for everyone has been difficult to find.

The authors who write weight loss books are smart and have good guidance to offer. In many ways, what Designer Body Retreat offers distills much of this information together to be effective for many. What works for individuals is how diet information combines with daily living and exercise. Everyone does not have the same make up, like is expressed in Eat Right for Your Blood Type.

Not all exercise is equal. Some people are built to run, some to swim. Weight lifting builds bulk while burning calories, yet an executive may want to be lean, a single mom sculpted. Designer Body Retreat puts personal goals in order to assist a person in achieving them.

Diabetes is a debilitating condition. Being fat and intimidated in social scenes is difficult and humiliating. Co-CEO Kris Reid understands this because he has a personal story about this himself. Being a diabetic since a child, Kris has dealt with the emotional and physical stress being over-weight causes. Being inspired to live a regular, healthy life, Kris embarked on a journey that allowed him to lose all his extra pounds and become fit enough to climb Mount Kilimanjaro with Co-CEO Alisa Adagio.

From the experiences of this Co-CEO team, they have combined the wisdom of diet, exercise and lifestyle to create a program that brings together the best parts of diet and exercise to create natural weight loss for most anyone. Everyone is different in respect to size, shape, likes, current health, and more. Being able to interpret these items and present an ongoing lifestyle support structure that is both immediate and long lasting is a valuable talent. Having a program like this in my life has assisted me in bettering how I feel and strengthening myself to be able to enjoy recreational athletic activities.