Weight Management can deal with many phases. In the first phase, the goal of the client is to decrease weight, however, our goal is to decrease fat percentage. By creating nutritional plans and working on overall lifestyle habits we can maintain the weight loss that has taken place.This can include specific training to formulate exercise programs specifically for the goals of the client.

Sometimes our clients find they are doing the right things but the weight isn’t changing. In these cases, we delve deeper to find the underlying route cause. Checking for insulin resistance, underlying thyroid conditions, or food intolerances creating inflammation in the body could be the obstacles that prevent the weight loss.

Lastly there are specific programs that are done “individually” for each client. For some, detoxification is required lessening the burden from the liver thereby allowing for digestion of carbohydrates to be more efficient. Some clients we put into ketosis for a period of time to help with lipolysis or ‘fat burning’. This is a temporary state and is monitored by a Naturopathic doctor, while coaches meet with clients weekly to keep them on the right path and create accountability to improve the individuals success of weight loss. After these clients slowly phase out of the program by implementing food back into the body to ease digestion we achieve the end result in retraining the pancreas to output insulin effectively.

An initial consultation is done by the Naturopathic Doctor to see which program is best suited for each individual.

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Individualized programs are created always keeping in mind what the root cause of the weight issue is. A consultation and full work up is needed to figure out the right weight loss program for you.

  • Naturopathic Individualized Programs
  • Individualized programming by one of our Holistic Nutritionists
  • Book in with our Personal Trainer – Call (905) 825-9996 to schedule a “Meet and Greet” with Chris

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