You may find it somewhat frustrating,What Happens When You Lose Something? Articles but if you’re like most people, you misplace things like your car keys, eye glasses or gloves as you go about your busy day. We all tend to do that to a degree, but in the end, do you really lose that item forever?
Of course not, except on rare occasions, you’ll usually find the lost item then continue on your way. So think about this for a moment …do you ever seriously think you’ll never see it again? …
In fact, 99% of the time you do expect to find those lost items and I suggest to you that this is our mindset behind the concept of weight loss – a concept many well marketed weight loss programs have discovered and expanded upon immensely.
The very idea of losing something automatically and immediately sets your mind to the task of finding it again! In the case of weight loss, it is a sub-conscious task; consider the many “weight loss” programs available to you. Why is it that so many people struggle with a weight challenge, trying program after program and all the diets, only to see the weight return soon after the program ends?
“When you understand what specific factors contribute to weight gain, clearly and simply see why those factors have such a profound and unwanted effect inside your body and then discover the simple truths, you’ll never worry about your weight again”
When given the chance, your body will naturally Puravive and automatically strive for a state of balance; physical, mental and social and it’s your state of balance or imbalance that ultimately determines your weight and your everyday state of energy, vitality and well-being.
How Balanced is Your Body?
Everything produced by your body, including weight and symptoms of any kind has to do with the quality of your body’s internal state of balance.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO) “Health is a complete state of physical, mental and social well-being.”
The body is comprised of 9 primary systems which are like links in a chain, they’re interdependent and the chain is only as strong as the weakest link.