For Sharon LaCroix, who created the Bon Vie Weight Loss and Nutritional Wellness, there is nothing more rewarding than seeing the transformations of the body of their clients.
Based on the method of Ideal Protein Low Carb, the program uses a 4-phase approach that combines protein foods and supplements with protein and vegetables own person.
"I get thank you notes from people who feel that this program has changed their lives, people who have tried so many diets and found success with Bon Vie" she said. "This is a muscle sparing diet focused on sustained weight loss - that means no more yo-yo dieting.
LaCroix says other diets often fail because they focus too much on calorie counting, "People can reduce weight by reducing calories, but lost weight may be losing muscle. Muscle uses fat as fuel, you never want to burn muscle. Usually at the end of their diet have less muscle to burn fat than when they started the diet so put back in (and sometimes more) "
As the body fat droplets and maintaining muscle, diet changes over the choice of the person own food including more carbohydrates until completely independent of diet. Although fat loss occurs is safe and fast weight loss personal training with LaCroix that ensures success by providing education and support with heat and breath.
"Losing weight is not the hard part," he said. "It's keeping it off. That's our final game.
They sustain their success. We give the tools for long-term success and end the diet frustration many of our customers have experienced before."
After a career in physical therapy and development of business, Bon Vie LaCroix founded in Portland, Oregon, and after years of success has now moved to Los Angeles. As a physiotherapist, LaCroix developed three private clinics in Maui. followed by eight years as first lady of Oregon.
The science behind the method of ideal protein reduces the pancreas and the way the body processes sugars and starch known as glucose. The culture of today and marketing prepared us to eat excessive carbohydrates; this causes the pancreas to release insulin and store excess fat around our midsection (also known as "belly fat").
Eating an optimal amount of quality protein and carbohydrates and sugars consume less weight (fat) loss is achieved. LaCroix says other diets often fail because they focus too much on counting calories, which yo-yo weight loss / weight gain.
"People can reduce weight by reducing calories, but may be losing muscle. Muscle uses fat as fuel, so I never want to burn muscle. Usually at the end of their diet have less muscle to burn fat than when they started diet to put it back on (and sometimes more) because they have not had enough of proteins, "he said. "That's the yo-yo effect. More important than the amount of calories you have is monitoring percentages of fat, muscle and hydration.
We do" to ensure that the correct amount of protein and carbohydrates and monitor with measurements monitor body.
Here are some other tips LaCroix has to offer when aiming for fat loss:
Do not zero fat. If something is zero fat and palatable that has probably hidden sugar.
Stay away from alcohol. Not the amount of calories that is the problem; while your body is metabolizing alcohol is not metabolize fat. It's all about the liver at that point.
Eat breakfast. If breakfast to set you to store fat during the day is skipped, and may not burning fat, but burning muscle.
Beware of "zero sugar." Many products mean zero sugar when they actually have a combination of artificial sugars low enough to not register the quantities FDA approval.
The glycemic index. When a fat loss regimen to see some of our favorite fruits and vegetables that are high in sugars such as apples, grapes and bananas and most root vegetables. Most green vegetables are low in sugar.