Mandelade Recipe

Have you ever seen Mandelade written in your Metabolic balance plan? If yes and want to learn keep reading!

“Mandel” means almond in German. Try this for breakfast using almonds with the brown skin to add dietary fiber to your diet and extra vitamins and minerals. Almonds and sunflower seeds together make a particularly high-quality source of protein. With this protein power pack you can start the day.

40 g almonds
30 g sunflower seeds
1⁄2 apple
1 pinch of cinnamon

Now it’s time to get the almonds ready and go! Simply puree all ingredients together and enjoy.
Have you tried this recipe with your Metabolic Balance plan? Comment below!

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Sunflower Seeds

The sunflower seed, as the name implies, is the seed of the beautiful, yellow sunflower. The actual seeds are encased by a thick black and white shell and are known for their nutty flavor. Sunflower seeds have many different uses, they can be eaten raw, roasted, made into seaaed butter, or used to make sunflower oil. In terms of nutritional benefits, sunflower seeds are great source of healthy fats containing both polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats and are a source of antioxidants. In the kitchen, this seed is extremely versatile! It can be used to top salads, used to make a mandelade, added to oatmeal, or to top avocado toast.

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Power Couple

“Metabolic Balance has helped my husband and I regain a healthier lifestyle. With more energy and confidence within ourselves. Why wouldn’t you change something so simple and something we do every day!” – Samantha C

How powerful is that?
We often hear about couples getting different results on the same diet or training program… One person will get results, whereas the other doesn’t. That often in part due to the fact that these programs are the same for every person. However, here at Metabolic Balance we do thinks differently. Your nutrition is customized and completely unique to YOU… But it doesn’t mean you can’t do it at the same time as your partner. Couples getting well together, what’s better than that?! To learn more visit our website and connect with one of our amazing coaches.

Learn to Thrive

At Metabolic Balance a combination of a personalized nutrition plan along with one-on-one coaching helps our clients thrive. By focusing on helping restore your metabolism, Metabolic Balance leads to sustainable health and wellness. To learn more visit our website or send us a message! Rather than just surviving we can help you thrive!

Metabolic Balance Study

The Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism published a study that showed that the Metabolic Balance program is an extremely effective weight loss program.
The study was carried out in conjunction with the Department of Quality Management and Social Medicine of the Medical Centre of the Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg, Germany. The results of the study clearly show that with Metabolic Balance, overweight people can effectively reduce their weight and maintain the weight loss in the long term.

Did you already know about this study? You can read the study on our website.
If you want to know more about Metabolic Balance, visit our website to learn more.

Metabolic Balance Program

One of the Metabolic Balance rules is to eat only three meals daily, which can be daunting for many of our clients at first.

But the truth is that Metabolic Balance clients do not feel hungry because, since the beginning of the program, we have been looking for hormonal regulation, even reducing the effect of having a lot of desire for sweets.

During the Metabolic Balance Program, the changes happen progressively – according to each phase of the program. And in addition, the support and check-ins with your coach helps you to overcome any challenge.

Want to know more about Metabolic Balance and how we can help you? Check out our website and schedule a discovery call with one of our coaches.

Stuffed Peppers

With the start of the New Year many of us are looking to improve our eating habits and this healthy recipe is perfect to incorporate into your weekly meal rotation. This recipe for stuffed peppers that we’re showcasing today is perfect for phases 3 &4 and comes from Dr Michaela Stein, CEO of Metabolic Balance Romania:


2 medium green peppers

500g ground beef

1 can (8 ounces) tomato sauce, divided

1/4 cup uncooked instant rice

3 tablespoons shredded cheddar cheese, divided

1 tablespoon chopped onion

1/2 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce

1/2 teaspoon salt

1/4 teaspoon pepper

1 large egg, beaten


1:  Cut tops off peppers and remove seeds. Blanch peppers in boiling water for 5 minutes, drain and rinse in cold water then set aside.

2: Combine the beef, 1/4 cup tomato sauce, rice, cheese, onion, Worcestershire sauce, salt, pepper and egg, and mix well. Stuff the peppers and place in an ungreased baking dish. Pour the remaining tomato sauce over the peppers. Cover and bake at 350°F for 45-60 minutes or until meat is no longer pink and peppers are tender.

3: Sprinkle with remaining cheese; return to the oven for 5 minutes or until cheese is melted.


New Year’s Resolutions

So many of us get stuck in a yo-yo dieting cycle, and after a year of weight loss and weight gain, often we find ourselves exactly where we were 12 months earlier. But it’s the new year – the time for fresh starts! This year make a commitment to no more fad diets, no more half attempts, and make a long-term health change for the better. Metabolic Balance is all about having a unique and sustainable nutrition plan that doesn’t get too hard to deal with after just a few days, weeks or months.  If your resolution is to make a genuine life change to improve yourself, then get in touch today. Visit our website to connect with a coach and start your journey to health and wellness.


The trace element zinc is strongly involved in metabolism. It supports wound healing, promotes vision in combination with vitamin A, controls hormonal balance, promotes regeneration of skin and hair, supports the pancreas in the production of insulin and finally, zinc strengthens the immune system by performing important functions in the production of defense cells. Zinc deficiency can be prevented by including more often red meat, seafood, dairy products, wheat germ, oatmeal, Brazil nuts, mushrooms and lentils in the diet.