Lifestyle Weight Management Program

Now is your chance to manage your weight, improve your health, and build your business at the same time with Health Seekers Lifestyle Weight Management Program.

This is not another short-term fad diet. You’ve heard of liquid protein diets, grapefruit diets, and prepackaged food diets? None of these work because they ask you to make dietary changes that are unrealistic to maintain, in the long run.

The fact is this: Diets don’t work. According to a study done by the National Institute of Health, 95% of dieters regain any weight they lose within 12 to 36 months of going off their diet.

Weight management programs, however, do work. The difference is that with a weight management program, you adopt lifestyle changes that become part of your daily routine for the rest of your life. It isn’t a program that you go on for a while, lose some weight, and then quit. It is a program that you can do forever.

During the last 20 years, HS has spent time, resources, and research developing a program that really works. After hundreds of hours of research, we have come up with a realistic approach to weight loss – Health Seekers Lifestyle Weight Management Program.

Following is a brief summary of that program. We recommend that you purchase the full booklet from HS.

Aiming for the ideal weight

Health Seekers’s program provides a clear and simple way to maintain control over your weight. It is not a quick-fix solution – a crash diet aimed at shedding pounds that you will regain quickly when your diet is over. Instead, based on principles of good nutrition and exercise, Lifestyle Weight Management Program offers lifestyle changes that will help you to control your weight naturally:

  1. Keep fat below 20 percent of your caloric intake. Fat makes you fat. A gram of carbohydrate or protein has 4 calories; a gram of fat has 9. A diet high in fat makes it virtually impossible to manage your weight. In addition, fat has been linked to cancer of the colon, prostate, and breast. It is also a major contributor to heart disease.
  2. Increase your daily fiber intake to at least 30 grams per day. Proper digestion is the key to effective assimilation of nutrients, as well as the efficient elimination of waste. Because fiber passes through the body undigested, it does not add calories to your diet. At the same time, it helps create a feeling of fullness that will make it easier to reduce your overall caloric intake.
  3. Increase your consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables. Fruits and vegetables provide some of the richest sources of nutrition, yet are low in calories. For example, a single teaspoon of sugar has 32 calories; that’s about the number of calories in an entire cantaloupe. You can eat pounds of fruit and vegetables before they make a significant contribution to your daily calorie count. Plus, they’re good for you.
  4. Decrease your consumption of meats and dairy products. Both meat and dairy products contain large amounts of fat that create weight management problems. Look at it this way: if you eat a baked potato with sour cream, the sour cream has about twice as many calories as the potato, and fewer nutrients.
  5. Avoid all processed foods. Foods that come premade in packages often have substances that you want to avoid if you are trying to mange your weight. By weight, foods such as simple sugars and fat are low in nutrition and high in calories.
  6. Exercise regularly. Most nutritionists will say that a weight management program that doesn’t include exercise is doomed to failure. Exercise burns calories, making it possible to lose weight without severely restricting your caloric intake.
  7. Make AIM products part of your daily diet:
    • BarleyLife – it offers a wide spectrum of nutrients, making it the base of a nutritionally sound diet.
    • Just Carrots
    • Redibeets
    • Composure
    • Herbal Fiberblend
    • Herbal Release
    • Cellsparc 360
    • Florafood
    • Prepzymes

For more information on each of these products click on name.