Does this sound familiar...
"I weighed myself today and was a pound heavier. I started to recount calories and before I knew it, I became so anxious and depressed that I binged the night away. I feel so disappointed in myself and fear I'm on a downward eating spiral."
If you're nodding your head, let me be the one to tell you: IT'S NOT YOUR FAULT.
No matter what diet you're currently on or which "weight loss expert" you've been following, there's something they're not telling you that's causing the weight to stick.
It's not all about how much you eat.
Here's the real reason why you can't seem to lose that weight: all of us are malnourished. This may not surprise some people, but allow me to dig deeper into this...
The food we buy from the grocery store, yes all the food, is grown in empty soil. This causes us to overeat, futilely trying to get the minerals our bodies need. It's a fact that plants can't create minerals from thin air. The minerals must first be in the soil for a plant to be considered truly nutrient-rich. The difference I discovered by eating this way was drastic to say the least.
It doesn't matter if you eat kale every day for the rest of your life. If it's grown in empty soil, it won't feed you the minerals your body is craving.
And don't even think about multivitamins. If they're synthetic then you just threw your money down the toilet, because that's where the vitamins end up going anyways. The human body can't absorb nutrients the same way as it does from whole food.
So what's a person sort on time to do, since we can't all learn how to grow food the right way? That's where I come in -- I’m going to show you how specifically wild-crafted, heirloom herbs are the MOST natural way to jumpstart weight loss (with lots of other amazing health benefits that will pleasantly surprise you too!)... Regardless of how long you've been stuck, despite following the "dieting rules."
Ready? Then it's time to take back the power that real healthy food has to offer. It's no accident that we're not taught this in school.