Slow Losers Survival Guide (Part 1 of 4)

INTRODUCTION
I have had several requests from clients to go over WHY they may not be losing. So I said I would do a Slow Loser Survival Guide” in my next newsletter. Well as I sat down to try and make my notes for this I realized that I have SO MANY tips outside workout information that there was NO WAY to get it all in one newsltter. It would take me 6 hours to write and you 2 horus to read. So I am going to split it up over the next several moths by the topics listed below. I hope you enjoy and it gives you LOTS of ideas of how to not only lose those inches, but repair your health for GOOD. That’s what I did, it’s why I am SO aware of how painful it IS to BE a slow loser, but if you stick with it, it pays off BIG TIME in the end because you have all new health AND a whole new figure! So sit back relax and enjoy and I’ll be adding in T-Tapp tips along with recipies to the newsletters on all the topics.

Treat your liver right and your gall bladder
One of the most important organs for detoxinig the body is your Liver and if it’s clogged up you have a hard time losing. If you are stuck this may be a good place to look and also learn how the gall bladder supports the liver and it has to be healthy along with the liver to really lose.

Open up the GI tract
Often in the homeopathic world when someone is struggling with weight your homeopath will look at the GI tract for how clogged up it may be. The most famous example of this is the reports that when he died, Elvis Presley had a 60-lb colon!!! This is scary to think of but in working with clients I have found that this seems to be true. We will talk about how to support a healthy GI trackt from top to bottom, scarring and adhesions that may be holding you back and MORE!

Adrenal/Kidney exhaustion…reduce that STRESS
When the body is stressed it WILL NOT lose. I have experienced this myself when I was first Tapping because I was so close to Adrenal exhaustion. As I reduced my stressed, balanced out cortisol levels and MORE the weight just began to FALL off. we will look at supporting the Adrenals that are the main driving force behind our stress responses and also the kidneys they sit on top of because you can’t have one healthy without the other!

Getting that Lymph system MOVING
The lymphatic movements in the T-Tapp workout are part of the reason why it is so effective so quickly. But if it’s NOT effective for yu, what else could be going on with your lymph system and what can you DO about it. We’ll talk about other supportive therapies and things you can do to make sure your lymph is REALLY moving1

Thyroid Issues are just making it SLOW!
While this will be one of the hardest things to get over and you will definitely need a trained health care practitioner and probably a prescription to get over, there are TONS of things within the workout that support your thyroid and other tips on keeping it healthy and rebuilding it!

Hormones in blance….ahh easy losses
Women more than men will be suject to this issue of hormonal fluccuation, but given that INSULIN (not Estrogen or Testosterone) is the most powerful hormone in the body and EVERYTHING will cue off it, learn how you can get THAT under control and start to lose…lose…lose!

Are you REALLY activating all those muscles
One of the best ways to get restult through the T-Tapp movements is total muscle activation. But what is you are just a clutz?! Well this set of tips will help you connect the brain better to the muscles so you can get full fiber activation of the muscles and REALLY start to slim down!

Reduce Inflammation
Inflammation or swelling…shouldn’t have to say too much more about how that can make your size swell at all. But this can be a big problem not just all over the body, but if it causes aches and pains that stop you FROM doing the workout that will slow you down too. We’ll look at simple easy tips for reducing inflammation and how important this step is!

The Misc we may have missed
This last section will look at any other organs or places in the body where we may have issues and can make improvements to re-build.

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