Action Steps You Can Take Today
In general, you want to get fit.
You want to move, you want to become lean, and you want to become healthy as a result. When you do this, you end up making key improvements to some of the most common risk factors, including:
- Blood Pressure
- Diabetes/Diabetes Risk
- Lung Health
- Weakened Immunity
- Chronic Stress
What’s the best way to do that, then? How can we work to drop visceral fat and not regain it to put ourselves in pole position to succeed?
Well, that was one of the main questions I had when I was putting together the Metabolism Reset Diet.
Perhaps you have cut some things out, moved more, and lost a sizable portion of weight (and kept it off). That is awesome, but for a lot of people it doesn’t work that way.
Instead, things either don’t work at all or they relapse quickly. After hearing so many of those stories, I went through all the medical literature and realized some of the key variables:
- Adequate Protein
- Appetite Control
- Length of Adjusting Food Intake
This made me consider a process whereby you could maintain or reset your diet, by quarter, to help eliminate the yo-yo dieting of the past and keep your appetite in check.
A big part of it is your liver, and why you need nutrients to help support it. This, in addition to a premium on protein, vegetables, and resistant starch (Read More: The Full Story On Resistant Starch) results in a winning combination.
You want to include a lot of food diversity, lots of good plant foods, and lean protein. Then, you need to maintain a simple regimen for making it effective to eat less and not relapse.
That’s what meal replacement is all about. All you need to do is trust easy, pre-made liquid meals to help handle your hunger while getting all the same nutrients.