Friday, July 25, 2008

Rabbit food not required

"I would like to know more about your ER program. I have been working on losing weight and eating healthier and I want NOT to be part of our unhealthy and overweight society." - Ron M.
Here's what ER (Extreme Regime Weight Control) is NOT:
  • No calorie/carb counting
  • No portion control
  • No "diet" foods
  • No "balanced" meals
  • No rabbit food required
Calorie and carb counting don't work for most people. Just look around at the many who have tried it and gained everything back.

Portion control. Ditto.

"Diet" foods contain artificial sweeteners and chemical additives that often make people look fatter and puffier than before. See here.

No balanced meals. When your body is out of balance, e.g. obese, an imbalanced approach to weight loss is quickest. Temporary, yes, but imbalanced. Like a plane revving up to take off. The initial effort is massive but short, until it lifts off and goes on cruise control. Imbalanced is like that. Balanced diet programs, research shows, have a 50% lower likelihood of weight loss.

No rabbit food required. Although they have vitamins and minerals and water and fiber, they don't accelerate fat burning and can even interfere with it.
That's the story on what ER is not.

ER opens August 4.
ER starts September 6 (4-5 week personalized-to-you program)
ER is really expensive.
15 Active Participants.
30 Auditors.

* Next ER starts Sept 6 (5 week program). Dr. Heidi's Extreme Regime Weight Control program (multi-media) begins Sept 6 (First 15 only. For omnivores only this time.)
* Dr. Heidi designed a detoxing daily whole food multi, in case you're slow to get off the lo-cal, artificial toxic sweeteners.
*Get Dr. Heidi's free report: Did the Surgeon General Get It Wrong About Weight?


Robin Plan said...

Kim I had to laugh about the rabbit food because I used that same phrase in a post I did today.

Thank you for telling what Dr. Heidi's ER is not. I am involved with the current program she is doing and have learned so much about how food affects our body and not just for weight loss.

Too many people feel it's their fault they are overweight and even more people say it is the persons fault when they are overweight. This is not true. If blame should be tossed around let's toss it to the (bad)information we get on weight. If being overweight was so preventable and all it took was eating less and moving more why are so many people still overweight?

To all the overweight folks who have tried to lose weight without success it's not your fault! Don't give up.

Thank you Kim and Dr. Heidi


Carol Raynor said...

I never expected I would lose 14 pounds and 4 inches in my waist with the Extreme Regime when I first started two weeks ago. First I noticed it wasn’t called a diet. Learning what to eat to make my body metabolize and lose weight was so different than everything else (diets) I had tried for years. I feel better than I ever have in my life.

First Surprise - No starvation and no deprivation. Now there’s something new. WHAT I was now eating (real foods instead of processed foods) and learning my body needs fats (the good ones were a surprise) came as welcome change to my body. Simply put, the better the food is going into your body, the healthier you will be.

It’s not a diet for me. It’s an adventure – forging for foods that are good. With food stores on every corner, who would have thought in the United States we’d have to look for food? But look I had to do - hunting, as in days of old, for the right foods. I’m becoming a detective.

I now laugh at the commercials on television for weight loss instead of grabbing my credit card praying that this is the one that will work. I tried low carb, low fat, pills, shakes, portion control, calorie counting. You name it – I bought into it. None of them worked or if they did it was only for a short time. Now I know this is a change I can live with. By just changing my buying and eating habits, I can maintain my weight AND health for the rest of my life.

ER expensive – Compared to what? When the value of something exceeds the cost by one penny, the cost is worth it. I consider this program of great value to my health, my life, my mental state, my energy level, my self-esteem, my love life – Oh yes, the cost is small in comparison.

I looked in the mirror. I didn’t like what I saw. I was ready for a change – an Extreme Regime change.