Do you find it impossible to lose weight and keep it off despite your best efforts to diet?
Does everyone around you seem to eat more than you and yet somehow end up slimmer? Do you struggle to resist carbohydrate foods such as bread, cakes, chocolate, crisps and pasta? Do most of your excess pounds sit around your tummy? Do you feel tired for much of the time, irritable and unable to focus?
If you answered 'yes' to any of the above and you are dreading starting another well-intentioned weight loss programme that you know is doomed to failure, do not despair. The good news is that medical research now appears to confirm that your weight gain may not be your fault at all, but a problem with your metabolism. Even better news, there is now a new way to do something about those unwanted inches that will work for you where all other diets have failed.
Yvonne Duffy O’Shaughnessy, aka 'The Raw Food Coach', takes a small sample of blood and with the results develops a tailor made meal plan, recipes and nutritional advice specifically for you. Ms Duffy O’Shaughnessy explains: "Traditionally, weight loss programmes have been built on the assumption that everyone's metabolism works in the same way. And that if you monitor your calories, count fat grammes, drink meal replacements, take dieting pills, or follow the diet sheet — whoever you are, you will lose weight.
"However, research has confirmed what many frustrated dieters have suspected for a long time: one size really does not fit all. In fact, there is now concrete evidence that many of us struggle with weight gain and have difficulty losing excess pounds not because we are lazy or failed dieters, but because we have a metabolism that doesn't quite match the textbook version."
Call today to book your appointment, have your blood assessed and start a tailor made plan just for you.
Yvonne Duffy O’Shaughnessy is based in Renmore, Galway, and Suay Skin & Hair Clinic, Castlebar. Special offer was €250 now €150pp. For more information or to make a booking call (087 ) 0573098 or visit www.irishrawfoodcoach.com