When it comes to getting healthy, one of the most common (and frankly LAMEST) excuses that we get is, “I just don’t have time!” Apparently most people believe that in order to drop a few pounds and get in shape, you have to dedicate hours and dollars to the gym and a personal trainer.
Let me clarify that misconception real quick: YOU DON’T. Of course exercise is key, but what you put into your body is more important than how you burn it off, especially when you’re first starting a fitness routine.
When you look at a flight of stairs, do you feel a lumpy dread hit your stomach? Do you pull out every piece of clothing you own each morning, just looking for something that fits and doesn’t make you feel chunky? Does your morning routine include handfuls of pills that only mask symptoms that plague you every day? Finally, does your doctor look over your charts with worry and plead with you to make changes?
Maybe you didn’t know this (or maybe you did), but at Prolean Wellness, our team of health fanatics, doctors, and nutritionists work with some of the best chemists around to produce awesome supplements! A lot of research goes into these things. We analyze our clients, look at common issues that several of them deal with, and then figure out what natural solutions we can offer.
Many of our clients know about GlucoFactors, which we developed to help lower blood sugar levels. While they're great supplements, we’ve made some improvements and now proudly unveil GlucoFactors’ more attractive and impressive older brother: GlucoControl.
Let me clarify. GlucoControl is not just for diabetics or people with high blood sugar levels! If you’re someone who likes the occasional carb-y/sugary meal, if you want to manage your weight, or if you even just want to keep your body running at its best, consider GlucoControl as the answer.
As a society, we really like to measure things. We like to compare our own situations to the national average, our friends, or even imaginary ideals that are seriously impossible to reach. The weight loss industry capitalizes on this. Look around! They tell you to be within a certain weight range for your demographic. To lose it all because Marie Osmond could, or because the results on the Pinterest image are soooo impressive! That could be you--that ought to be you, right? No way.
Many different methods have been developed for measuring your overall fitness. One of them, the Body Mass Index (BMI), categorizes you as healthy, overweight, or obese based on your height-to-weight ratio. This index has been pretty widely accepted, but there’s a problem: it’s WRONG.