Myths About Weight Loss 2/3

Myth: Supplements help you lose weight.
Truth: Nope.

Supplements are just what their name says: Supplements, not food substitutes, magic, or now-I-don’t-have-to-exercise meal replacements.

Weight loss pills (which don’t work, by the way), protein bars, protein shakes, etc. are meant to supplement your diet, not replace it.┬áPre-workout supplements, shakes, powders, bars, pills, creatine, nitric oxide, the countless hippie pills at natural food stores, and who-knows-what-else are likely a waste of money that won’t help you lose your weight. The only exception to this law — yes, law — is if you’ve got some abnormal physiological condition and/or are deficient of some hormone, nutrient, vitamin, mineral, etc., which require some kind of medication, pill, or supplement to help you get healthy.

Remember folks, our bodies are designed for natural food, water, and oxygen. That’s it. It ain’t fancy, and when you start eating like your supposed to, your body will let you know: you’ll have more energy, you won’t crave very many unhealthy foods, and sicknesses and diseases may very well start to go away. This is the whole premise behind BodyMind Fitness Nutrition. But don’t take my word for it. Let your experience prove it you, and contact BodyMind Fitness to find out what else it can do for you!