Work With Your Body Not Against It

Teach Your Body What You Want It To Do

Let Your Activity Determine How Much Fuel You Need

Use this Website if you are ready to Learn the Truth About Weight Loss. How much you weigh is Mathematics and your Body does those calculations, not you. If you want to understand the numbers and how they apply to you welcome aboard.


Follow the advice of your doctor in matters concerning your health

The strength of our belief in the power of the Calorie in determining how much you weigh doesn't diminish our belief in the role sound nutrition plays in determining how healthy you are...or that "what" you eat isn't a factor in determining how well and how long you'll be able to perform the increased Activity vital to increasing the Lean Muscle Mass that's so important in maintaining your BMR. We have strong views on the subject and we'll address a few of those principles here, but we rely more heavily on science than opinions in reaching our conclusions and since our perspective is Global we believe there is more than one way to approach nutrition and achieve the same result. This makes our position difficult to explain on a Website like this, so we offer you the following limited advice.

In general, most people think of their diet as what they eat. As it relates to weight loss we believe how much you eat is more important than what you eat. We see Nutrition thru a different lens. We see it as what you get from what you eat...which is a different intellectual process that fits our research systems. Viewing diet and nutrition separately is not the right approach for most people to take. You have to eat to stay alive. A diet should be a plan you follow to reach that objective, but without sound nutrition the odds are great you won't like how healthy you'll be when you get there. Nutrients are components in food, such as minerals, fats and vitamins, which the body uses for tasks such as skin renewal, bone growth, and immunity. When a person consumes something, their body breaks it down so it can extract the nutrients from it. The more nutritious what you consume is the easier it is for your body to get what it needs from it which leads to a smoother running and more efficient metabolic engine.

A balanced diet is important because your body uses different fuel for different things. Carbohydrates deliver shorter term bursts of energy, protein takes longer to process. We tend to lean toward more protein than others because of our belief in the need to build lean muscle mass, others disagree. Some are strong proponents of a more plant based diet believing it is healthier for your heart and they recommend beans and legumes as their primary source of protein. That's not easy to do and not very satisfying in our opinion and we are not convinced the studies that support following this path did an adequate job of measuring the role increased physical activity plays in how healthy your heart is.

Your body is an efficient calorie burning machine capable of processing almost anything, but when it comes to 'Fuel" there is a lot of Chemistry involved which can produce great difference between us and it is for this reason we believe that true Metabolic Nutrition requires an individual plan designed to meet each individual's metabolic needs. The science of Metabolic Nutrition involves "metabolic typing," from which a "Metabolic Profile" can be developed and we recommend you consult with your doctor on this subject and let him point you in the right direction...