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The Challenges of Weight Loss for Clients in Kitchener-Waterloo and Woodstock

It is common knowledge that overeating unhealthy foods combined with a lack of physical activity will cause a gain in the weight. However, there are also several other factors that can contribute to weight gain and make it more difficult to shed those unwanted pounds. At the Dr. Seagrist Diet Clinic, we work with clients around the Kitchener-Waterloo and Woodstock communities to identify the issues that may be affecting your progress. We will make sure that you have all of the information you need to understand how your body works and achieve all of your weight loss goals.

Common Factors That Hinder Weight Loss

 You're eating too much, and not operating on a caloric deficit
 You’re eating at restaurants too often
 You're relying on fad diets
 You're not getting enough sleep
 You’re experiencing too much stress and not enough emotional balance
 Your hormone levels are not in balance
 You’re retaining fluids, which can be exasperated by the food you eat
 You’re not drinking water
 You’re resting metabolic rate is naturally low

Contact our clinic to learn more about common obstacles to weight loss.

Diet That Can Transform Your Body - Ketogenic Diet

Ketosis is a popular weight loss strategy. It is a low-carb eating plan that may contain high proteins and/or may contain high fats. In addition to helping you burn fat, ketosis can make you feel less hungry. It also helps you maintain muscle mass because the body burns fat instead of muscle mass.

Ketogenic diet is all the rage now. Most keto diets keep carbs down to under 50 grams per day, although stricter and looser versions exist. They also place fats at 75% of the calorie intake on the diet and proteins at 20%. 

Although some people have started out well on the keto diet, at Dr. Seagrist Diet Clinic we believe that the calorie count for high-fat diets is unhealthy for sustainable weight loss.

Consider this:
1 gram of fat has 10 calories.
1 gram of sugar has 5 calories.
1 gram of carbohydrate has 5 calories.
(According to The World Health Organization)

Calories are still important considerations when talking about weight loss! So, you either have to consume a smaller portion of high-fat food or less fat in foods for more quantity! At Dr. Seagrist Diet Clinic, we follow a low-fat Ketogenic diet that allows 4-5 servings of protein a day with unlimited low carb veggies! Don’t be fooled by keto diets with large portions of foods that contain lots of fats! If it sounds too good to be true…IT IS!

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