Weight and General Health, 40 yr old.

Updated: Mar 17

This client fell sick at least once a month with flu, cough and fever since 2017.

She had no major health issue but she was always fatigue. Her Visceral Fat was at 8, body fat 38% and weight 77.3kg. She wanted to lose weight and gain health. She started on Body Inc.'s detox diet and detox treatment on 8 Feb 2020. By 11 Feb, she lost 2.7kg, her Visceral Fat dropped from 8 to 7, body fat went down from 38% to 37%. She felt very fresh and energetic. She only started supplements on 12 Feb. By 14Feb, her Visceral Fat went down to 6 and body fat down further from 37% to 35%. In one week she dropped 2 levels of Visceral Fat, lost 3kg and 3% body fat. Now she doesn't need coffee to give her energy. Frankly, her weight loss results were not typical. Most clients lose 3 to 6kg in 21 days. #2OneResetDetoxProgram is a health program, hence there is no restrictions on calorie intake.

Clients only need to eat right, they are not allowed to starve or feel hungry.

Her fast results were attributed to the change in diet and good nutrition. She seldom ate fruits prior coming to Body Inc. She used to worry that fruits were acidic, could cause her to vomit. Once she took effervescent Vit C on empty stomach and she vomited.

I told her we cannot compare natural foods with supplements. She also heard that fruits are "cooling" and cause bloatedness. This is not true.

Those few with super sensitive stomach may have issues with citrus or cold fruits. But most of us have no problem. We shouldn't hearsay and think that all fruits are "cooling" or eating fruits in the morning is cooling. I know it is a TCM concept. However, there are many factors to consider. We should look at type of fruits, weather, lifestyle, food combination etc. If you had alcohol the night before, eating watermelon the next morning is best. If last night you had a feast, the next morning you may just want to have a banana for better poop. It all depends!

Eat a balanced diet. There are a lot to learn when it comes to food. It is not just about the nutrients in the food or one theory applies to all.

Jacelyn Tay 17/02/2020

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