4 Reasons You Aren’t Losing Weight

Nearly 8o million America adults are obese… fighting the ‘battle of the bulge.’ Many of us have tried some crazy things to lose those extra pounds and inches. However, why aren’t we getting better success?Get Lean

Tired, can't lose weight, indigestion, poor sleep? It could be your "D.I.S.H." -- and we don't mean the plate you put your food on! Knowing what's behind this acronym can change your life!

There are four extremely important factors that have a dramatic effect on your overall health. It's disappointing to know how often these things are overlooked...many times they are hidden and misinterpreted as 'just being a part of my everyday life.' By addressing these issues, you can experience incredible changes, in just a few short weeks!

It's important to remember that these four things are intimately linked to each other. They are like links in a chain – 'only as strong as its weakest link.'



It's been said; "You are what you eat." This is only partially true...you are what you eat, digest and assimilate. We need to pay attention to getting high quality nutrients, which include sufficient enzymes, fiber and probiotics to ensure good digestive health. It is also important to avoid irritants that can result in inflammation, which can hinder fat loss. These can include soy, gluten, coffee, dairy, etc.


As with many bodily processes, inflammation can be a good thing -- in moderation. If it becomes chronic, it can affect digestion, heart health, liver function, fluid retention, fat loss, blood sugar, immune function and more.

Inflammation is many times 'silent.' We don't realize that some symptoms we experience are signs of a deeper problem. Digestive issues are a good example. When you consider the consumer demand for OTC drugs for gas, bloating and indigestion alone -- it's staggering. Now let's go a step further – these symptoms are many times caused by inflammation in the digestive tract. More than 70% of our immune function resides in our digestive tract. Can you see how inflammation can hinder your immune system – and your weight loss efforts?


Stress is making us sick, tired ... and fat! It actually changes body chemistry, including hormone balances. Seventy-five percent to 90% of all doctor's office visits are for stress-related ailments and complaints! It can fuel cancer and raise the risk of heart attacks, and contribute to a host of other health problems.

One of the things stress has a big impact on is adrenal function. This causes deficiencies and imbalances of important hormones, including Adrenaline, Cortisol, Testosterone, Progesterone, DHEA, Estrogen, etc. When the adrenals become weak or exhausted, it can change your health in shocking ways!


Hormones are chemical messengers that regulate and control many functions, from mood, growth, immune system, hunger, metabolism, and so much more. Supporting hormone levels is paramount to losing weight and enjoying optimum health.

The use of 'adaptogens' is one of the exciting advances in supporting healthy hormone production. Although many adaptogens have been used for thousands of years, they are becoming more and more popular. The most well-researched include Ashwaganhda, Rhodiola, Cordyceps and Panax Ginseng. They are called adaptogens due to their unique ability to 'adapt' their function to the body's specific needs…they help support function.

It's Easier Than Ever to Get Lean!

You can get off to a powerful start when you follow a program that aligns with these four factors. However, doing this can be confusing, time consuming and hard to fit into our lifestyle.

A Texas company, NatraLife, has come up with a great solution…The NatraLife Get Lean! Program. The experience behind this system spans more than 30 years of success in the weight loss industry!

This program is a fresh approach. It combines clean & healthy eating, usable tools & techniques, and a variety of special nutraceuticals to help you achieve your goals. Some are saying it’s a breakthrough that is going to help a lot of people achieve their goals to lose weight and improve their overall health.