The Biggest Weight Loss Mistakes YOU can make!


wrongSuccess in a weight loss program leaves you with information that everyone can use.

First-hand, I see the strategies that work and those that are the biggest mistakes, whether you have to lose 10 lbs, 50 lbs or 100+ lbs.

Don’t reinvent what has proven to work. Just ask anyone who has lost weight and kept it off what s/he has done. Trust me, it is not the case that individuals get lucky and just hit upon the secret path for fat loss. Many have discovered it through trial and error.

The key is not just to focus on the strategies that DID work but also the strategies that DIDN’T work. I am going to share with you the top weight loss mistakes that may be holding you back from your goal:

Weight Loss Mistake #1:

Eating too little


As a general rule, women should stay around 1.200 calories and men around 1.800 calories; this does not take into account individual activity level.

Weight Loss Mistake #2:



Mix up your activity and nutrition plan to keep it fresh, exiting and free of boredom. Believe me, you’ll blow it (again) if you eat and do the same thing over and over again.

Weight Loss Mistake #3:

Eating once per day


Divide your calories over the day into 5 to 6 meals to maintain a stable blood sugar and fat burning metabolism.

Weight Loss Mistake #4:

Assuming that a calorie is a calorie


There are junk calories and quality calories. Make the balance of your calories consumed quality ones. With every meal eat foods that are not cooked above 118 F and not processed. In short, a food in its natural raw stage.

Weight Loss Mistake #5:

Not addressing emotional turmoil


Focus on the area in you life that gives you emotional pain and stress. Release them to avoid emotional and stress-related eat bingeing.

Weight Loss Mistake #6:

Not working with intensity and keeping track


Vary your cardio programs between low, medium and high intensity. Your strength training program need to improve consistently with resistance. Keep a workout journal in which you note the exercise chosen, repetitions performed, rest taken between sets and the speed of the exercise performed.

Weight Loss Mistake #7:

Loss of dedication.


Every 4 weeks readdress your goal and your solution. Goals change as you get stronger, faster, and leaner, gain endurance and lose the weight. Reassess what has worked for you and what strategies you need to ditch.

BONUS Weight Loss Mistake:

Believing that you can not do it.


Train your subconscious. Instead of saying you can’t do it, reformat your communication to yourself. For example: “No I can’t eat this” say to yourself “Yes, I can lose weight and achieve my body transformation goal. By eating this (fill in) I do not support this goal and will side track my consistency and dedication.”

Believe that you can do it.

How many mistakes will you make? Have you identified some of those mistakes that you make? Are there mistakes that you make over and over again? It is important is that you learn from your mistakes and adjust accordingly.

I want to thank participants in the program who have helped to identify fat loss and weight loss sabotaging strategies during my 12-week program.

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Stay focused,


Europe’s Premier Youngevity Coach
AFFA, ACE, Reebok University
Masters in Science in Holistic Nutrition

Stefan Aschan, M.S., author of the Alpine Weight Loss Secrets, which teaches you how to outsmart your hormones and lose belly fat without drugs or surgeries. His approach is holistic, scientific and based on centuries of experience from those living in Alpine Environments. He is a certified strength coach, personal trainer and naturopath. Learn more about how to loss weight naturally by visiting

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