Weight Gain


- when you are hungry all the time

- when you think about the food all the time

- when you spend a lot of time near the mirror

- when you feel like you you need to control your food

- when you measure your body weight every day/few days a week

- when you tell your friends and family that ''I need to loose some weight''

- when you use food to manage worry, depression, loneliness and boredom


Hormones - Balancing your adrenal and thyroid hormones that control blood sugar is absolutely essential to losing weight and keeping weight off in a healthy manner. Most weight loss programs that ignore blood sugar control have only temporary benefits.

Digestion - The inability to digest and absorb nutrients leads to food cravings and overeating. Pancreatic enzyme deficiencies, hydrochloric acid deficiencies, and gall bladder dysfunction are all common causes of poor digestion and absorption of nutrients. With poor absorption you will overeat until your basic nutrient requirements for protein, fats, vitamins and minerals are met. Untreated yeast overgrowth, often referred to as candidiasis, is a common root cause of weight gain. Any significant disruption in mucosal immune function will trigger yeast overgrowth. This leads to the excessive consumption of carbohydrates and sweets and undesired weight gain.

Detoxification – People who have chemical toxicity will hold excessive fluid in the body in an attempt to buffer the harmful effects of the harmful substances. This results in weight gain due to bloating and fluid retention that is often mistaken for fat.