The human body was never meant to hold onto weight. Weight/Fat gain is unnatural and is a consequence of modern lifestyle. Fat in the body is ultimately stored energy, but if the organ systems are “broken”/not working correctly then a symptom of weight gain is very common. This can be fixed with time. Weight loss is a common byproduct of our nutritional clients outcomes at Archetype. Weight change is not our goal as it’s a symptom of a dysfunction of a normal functioning human body. Fix the human and you’ll fix all the other problems that come along with that brokenness. Ultimately the goal is to get you working your absolute best of your life.
Dr John Palmer
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The key is fixing the organ's toxicity, specifically your liver, digestive system, and blood glucose stability. When these systems are functioning the way we were designed it’s normal to lose weight naturally. Diet does need to be paid attention to and being physically active is important too but it’s honestly not the bulk of this weight loss equation.
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