Weight LossDear Joe,
I have been reading all your posts regarding the use of Nat Phos 6x for weight loss and Arnica 30. I am 42yrs old and weigh between 78 - 80 kgs, my height is 5'4'. I have a 10yrs old daughter. I had developed hyperthyroidism 2-3 years after the birth of my daughter in 2004 but after taking medicines for 2 years it has completely vanished. The thyroid has caused hair loss too. I would like to share with you that I started off with your remedy of Nat Phos 6x 3 tabs thrice daily and Arnica 30 (3 drops in 500 ml water) taken 2-3 times daily. Have been taking this for the past month now but havent noticed any change in my weight and am feeling very disappointed. I stick to a healthy diet and avoid fried and sugary stuff. I am not too active though and havent been able to incorporate any exercise regime into my schedule. Could you please advise what I could be doing wrong and what I could do ? Since all your posts mention a 1kg reduction a week, I was very expectant of quick results.
Thanks and Regards,
Repunzel on 2014-06-16
You may not be aware that Mr. De Livera has his own
website you can google it and questions you have may
get a faster answer on there as he is not on here every day.
As far as your weight, Nat phos helps the digestion of
starch and sugar-
A person has to burn more calories than they take in to
lose weight. Even if you are not active you can experiment
with the calories intake and you will see a result. If you
are not active a good way to get past that, is just start
with 5 minutes at a certain time( you will probably do more
and then this gets you into a good habit)
♡ simone717 6 years ago
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