FITNESS AND SPORTS NUTRITION PROGRAMS & EDUCATION
For years we have been convinced by commercials on TV, personal trainers, the ads on our food packages, and even our doctors, that we must reduce our caloric intake in order to lose weight. To some extent this is true. However, without addressing the systems responsible for storing and utilizing those calories, you may actually make it harder to lose weight in the long run. Your body requires "X" amount of energy to sustain it's day to day functions such as digestion, cellular repair, respiration, circulation, etc. When you reduce your caloric intake below the amount needed to sustain these functions, your body will slow it's metabolism to accommodate the lack of energy.
- What causes your metabolism to slow down and how to reverse it
- How to use our custom food list/chart to deal with chronic issues created by incorrect nutrition principles and fad diets
- How to check your true metabolism and manipulate it using food
- How to replace supplements with real food
- How to adjust your macro-nutrient intake based on your metabolic needs
- How to get healthy in order to lose weight