Healthy Lifestyle, Weight Management

Empowering Weight Management

It’s no secret that many people (well A LOT of people) struggle to keep their weight “under control” and feel like they are failing at it. More than one third of American adults are classified as obese.

The thing is, most likely their weight management challenges started when they were children.


My own weight management challenges started when I was a young child, and have continued into my adult life. I believe there are many reasons this is true and over the coming weeks we will explore this topic in more detail.

The Basics!

Most people acknowledge that in order to improve their health and manage their weight, they need to consume fewer calories, burn more calories, and make wiser choices about what goes into their mouth. Easier said than done. Right?

Here are a few short tips to help you transform your life.

  1. Identify where you are. Check in with your health care provider about your fitness level and what it means.
  2. Find out where you should be/want to be. Your provider can help you determine a healthy, realistic goal.
  3. Make better choices. Focus on three areas of empowerment: healthy eating, physical activity, and focused supplementation.
  4. Track your progress along the way. Measure and weigh yourself; write down what you eat; review your progress weekly.

I have just published a special newsletter that will provide some very helpful information about weight management.

To get a copy of that newsletter,
please send your request to
and ask for the Slique Newsletter
that was offered in this blog post!


These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. Information, products and/or techniques mentioned is provided for educational purposes and not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Consult with the health authorities of your choice. The decision to use, or not to use, any of this information is the sole responsibility of the reader. The author assumes no responsibility to or liability for any loss, damage or injury resulting from the use or misuse of any information provided here.


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