4 reasons why Metabolic Balance works
4th April, 20140 Comments
Here are four reasons why metabolic balance works so well.
Your programme is 100% personalised and actively supports your unique biochemistry and nutritional needs. Just as no two people are exactly alike, no two nutrition plans are exactly alike. Don’t settle for a one diet fits all approach. You are unique and a personalised nutrition programme must reflect this fact and be designed just for you!
The prescribed foods on your nutrition plan are uniquely designed to affect positive healthy changes while naturally diminishing your food cravings and hunger spells. Hence, you do not suffer from hunger as you do with diets, and food cravings become a thing of the past. You re-establish your natural and healthy sense of hunger.
Success breeds success! You start losing fat and weight rather quickly. Average weight loss experienced is 3 to 6 pounds per week. Achieving favourable results fuels and inspires your sense of “well-being”, your energy, commitment and your inner, “I can do it attitude!” New healthy habits are learned and appreciated, while old harmful habits are left behind and with time, forgotten. A new lifestyle emerges that feels great, and allows you to maintain your ideal weight with no yo-yo dieting.
You are not alone! You are accompanied by a qualified nutritional therapist and/or other expert practitioner referred to as, metabolic balance® personal coaches. Your personal coach is there to support, teach, guide, encourage, and motivate you along the road to reaching your goal. Personal coaching is a substantial part of your success, and the coach team is an integral part of every metabolic balance® program. With your coach’s instruction you begin to understand how different foods work to balance your metabolism and which foods hinder your progress. This knowledge is invaluable for reaching and maintaining a healthy, slim and vitalised lifestyle for the rest of your life!
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