How To Reset your Metabolism so that you can Shed unwanted pounds Easier and Achieve Optimal Health & Physique Using The 21Day Program -- (All without Cutting Calories or Long, boring Cardio)

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Scientific References

Resetting metabolism can be a game-changer for many individuals over the age of 35. Here's some science-backed research supporting the advantages of resetting metabolism compared to traditional calorie cutting and long cardio exercises.

  1. Sustainable Weight Loss:
    • Resetting metabolism focuses on improving metabolic rate, which can lead to sustainable weight loss without drastically cutting calories.
    • Reference: Rosenbaum, M., & Leibel, R. L. (2010). Adaptive thermogenesis in humans. International journal of obesity, 34(S1), S47-S55.
  2. Preservation of Muscle Mass:
    • Traditional calorie cutting often leads to loss of muscle mass along with fat loss. Resetting metabolism can help preserve lean muscle mass.
    • Reference: Pasiakos, S. M., Cao, J. J., Margolis, L. M., Sauter, E. R., Whigham, L. D., McClung, J. P., ... & Karl, J. P. (2013). Effects of high-protein diets on fat-free mass and muscle protein synthesis following weight loss: a randomized controlled trial. The FASEB Journal, 27(9), 3837-3847.
  3. Improved Energy Levels:
    • Resetting metabolism can lead to improved energy levels throughout the day, reducing fatigue.
    • Reference: Westerterp, K. R. (2004). Diet induced thermogenesis. Nutrition & metabolism, 1(1), 1-5.
  4. Enhanced Metabolic Flexibility:
    • Resetting metabolism helps improve metabolic flexibility, allowing the body to efficiently switch between using carbohydrates and fats for energy.
    • Reference: Galgani, J. E., & Ravussin, E. (2008). Energy metabolism, fuel selection and body weight regulation. International journal of obesity, 32(S7), S109-S119.
  5. Reduced Risk of Metabolic Diseases:
    • Optimal metabolic health achieved through resetting metabolism can reduce the risk of metabolic diseases like diabetes, heart disease, and metabolic syndrome.
    • Reference: Eckel, R. H., Grundy, S. M., & Zimmet, P. Z. (2005). The metabolic syndrome. The Lancet, 365(9468), 1415-1428.
  6. Less Time-Consuming:
    • Resetting metabolism can be more time-efficient than long cardio exercises, making it easier to incorporate into a busy lifestyle.
    • Reference: Boutcher, S. H. (2011). High-intensity intermittent exercise and fat loss. Journal of obesity, 2011.
  7. Improved Hormonal Balance:
    • Resetting metabolism can help balance hormones like insulin, cortisol, and leptin, which play crucial roles in metabolism and weight management.
    • Reference: Ahima, R. S., & Lazar, M. A. (2013). The health risk of obesity—better metrics imperative. Science, 341(6148), 856-858.
  8. Enhanced Nutrient Absorption:
    • A healthy metabolism improves nutrient absorption and utilization, ensuring that the body gets essential nutrients from food.
    • Reference: Slavin, J. L., & Lloyd, B. (2012). Health benefits of fruits and vegetables. Advances in nutrition, 3(4), 506-516.
  9. Improved Mood and Mental Well-being:
    • Optimal metabolic health can positively impact mood and mental well-being due to improved energy levels and hormonal balance.
    • Reference: Macht, M., & Dettmer, D. (2006). Everyday mood and emotions after eating a chocolate bar or an apple. Appetite, 46(3), 332-336.
  10. Customizable Approach:
  • Resetting metabolism allows for a more personalized and customizable approach to weight management and health, focusing on individual metabolic needs.
  • Reference: Hall, K. D., & Kahan, S. (2018). Maintenance of lost weight and long-term management of obesity. The Medical clinics of North America, 102(1), 183-197.

Remember, while these advantages are supported by scientific research, individual results may vary.

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