The Metabolism Diet is essentially founded on the basis that it is important to control the insulin level of the body. This is because when there is too much insulin and for too long a time and this leads to the accumulation of body fat, and where there is not enough, the muscles will start to breakdown. The truth is that excess insulin and too little of the same is not something that is considered healthy for the body.
For gaining the advantages of building the body's muscle mass as well as reducing or maintaining the fat on the body, two controlled phases of this diet are designed. This is a phase with low carbohydrate and high protein which is consumed for five or six days, and following this is the phase where the dieter consumes moderate amounts of carbohydrate and protein and this is for one or two days.
There are several phases of the Metabolism Diet and the initial phase involves going to the grocery and selecting necessary items. There are some foods that are recommended to eat and some that dieters should avoid. Also, fitness is a fundamental aspect of this diet and individuals who do not like to exercise but want to optimize their benefits from this diet are counseled to get fit just the same.
About the Author:
Staci-Ann Reid has been encouraging family members, friends, acquaintances, co-workers, and every other person she meets to try the metabolism diet simply because she did and has been enjoying such wonderful results up to now.
Because of her enthusiasm, some persons have tried the diet and are also taking pleasure in their renewed health. She wrote this book to reach the masses and encourage them also to try this wonderful diet. Her favorite part of the diet is the second phase where most of the attention is importantly placed on the nutritional aspect and initial work is carried out to repair the damaged metabolism.
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