30 day weight loss plan
Arthur is a mythical creature and therefore his weight loss is easy, but not ours and probably not yours. At Monster Transdermal we take weight loss seriously and we know its hard. Very Hard. We set out with an idea, that weight loss is largely driven by a chemical/nutrient imbalance. Have you ever met that person that can eat whatever they want, and not gain an ounce? Yup, us too.
What if there was a way to combine the right blend of the good stuff together to produce a transdermal patch that could deliver the right mix of herbs and nutrients, so that your metabolism would kick into overdrive. That is what we set out to do, and that is what we were able to accomplish. Dieticians and ayurvedic scholars came together to design the Monster Weight Loss Patch. Peace out to your jelly roll.
We ask you to follow this simple plan for the next 30 days. That is all, 30 DAYS:
The Monster QUAD Diet.
1. Place a Monster Weight Loss Patch on each morning. before starting your day.
2. Drink 1 cup of water before each meal or snack.
3. Do not eat anything between lunch and dinner.
4. Do not eat or drink anything after 9PM. (water okay).
5. NO fast food….NO fast food.
6. Stretch 10 minutes per day.
Step 1: Make a commitment.
Making the decision to lose weight, change your lifestyle, and become healthier is a big step to take. Start simply by making a commitment to yourself. Writing down the reasons why you want to lose weight can also help. It might be because you have a family history of heart disease, or because you want to see your kids get married, or simply because you want to feel better in your clothes. Post these reasons where they serve as a daily reminder of why you want to make this change.
Step 2: Take stock of where you are.
Consider talking to your health care provider. He or she can evaluate your height, weight, and explore other weight-related risk factors you may have. Ask for a follow-up appointment to monitor changes in your weight or any related health conditions.
Keep a food diary for thirty days in which you write down everything you eat. By doing this, you become more aware of what you are eating and when you are eating. This awareness can help you avoid mindless eating.
Next, examine your current lifestyle. Identify things that might pose challenges to your weight loss efforts. For example, does your work or travel schedule make it difficult to get enough physical activity? Do you find yourself eating sugary foods because that’s what you buy for your kids? Do your coworkers frequently bring high-calorie items, such as doughnuts, to the workplace to share with everyone? Think through things you can do to help overcome these challenges.
Step 3: Set realistic goals.
Set some short-term goals and reward your efforts along the way. If your long-term goal is to lose 15 pounds and to control your high blood pressure, some short-term eating and physical activity goals might be to start eating breakfast, taking a 15 minute walk in the evenings, or having a salad or vegetable with supper.
Keep in mind everyone is different – what works for someone else might not be right for you. Just because your neighbor lost weight by taking up running, doesn’t mean running is the best option for you. Try a variety of activities – walking, swimming, tennis, or group exercise classes to see what you enjoy most and can fit into your life. These activities will be easier to stick with over the long term.
Step 4: Identify resources for information and support.
Making lifestyle changes can feel easier when you have others you can talk to and rely on for support. You might have coworkers or neighbors with similar goals, and together you can share healthful recipes and plan group exercise.
Step 5: Continually “check in” with yourself to monitor your progress.
Revisit the goals you set for yourself (in Step 3) and evaluate your progress regularly. If you set a goal to walk each morning but are having trouble fitting it in before work, see if you can shift your work hours or if you can get your walk in at lunchtime or after work. Evaluate which parts of your plan are working well and which ones need tweaking. Then rewrite your goals and plan accordingly.
Reward yourself for your successes! Recognize when you’re meeting your goals and be proud of your progress. Use non-food rewards, such as a bouquet of freshly picked flowers, a sports outing with friends, or a relaxing bath. Rewards help keep you motivated on the path to better health.
** Any information provided is not intended as medical advice, and should not be relied upon, as a substitute for consultations with qualified health professionals who are familiar with your individual medical needs. Consult with your physician before beginning any diet or vitamin supplement regimen.