Ah, the infamous "I can do it all myself" mentality. It's a classic trap that many of us fall into. We think we're superheroes who can take on the world, conquer all challenges, and transform ourselves into the best version of ourselves, all by ourselves.
But let's be real here. No matter how hard we try, we're not invincible. We're only human. And as much as we hate to admit it, we need help sometimes. Especially when it comes to making healthy habit changes, eating well, planning for success, and getting in healthy movement.
So, if you're ready to swallow your pride and embrace the power of collaboration, here are a few reasons why it's okay to ask for help:
You're not a health coach, personal trainer, or planner extraordinaire.
Sure, you might have watched a few YouTube videos on how to meal prep or do squats, but that doesn't make you an expert. There's a reason why people go to school for years to study nutrition or exercise science. They know what they're talking about. So,...
OK, People. Let's just talk about it... The elephant in the room. We all want to lose weight. Some more than others, obviously... and now there is this new and easy way to achieve all the success without all the work. So. Let's talk about weight loss medication... Let's talk about Ozempic.
Ozempic is a prescription medication that has been found to promote weight loss in addition to its primary use in treating type 2 diabetes. The medication belongs to a class of drugs called GLP-1 receptor agonists, which work by mimicking the action of the hormone GLP-1 in the body.
Clinical trials have shown that Ozempic can help people lose an average of 8-10% of their body weight over a period of 6 months to 1 year. The weight loss is thought to be a result of several mechanisms, including: