Bitter Melon

Bitter melon is a tropical fruit-vegetable that is widely used in Asian cuisine. It has a unique exterior and has a crunchy texture similar to a cucumber or bell pepper but with a bitter taste. It is readily used in soups, stir-fries, and teas. Not only is it a unique ingredient but it also has some amazing health benefits. Check out the list below to learn more!

  • Drinking bitter melon juice can help alleviate liver problems as it stimulates the liver to secrete bile acids.
  • Bitter melon juice has both anti-oxidant and anti-microbial properties.
  • Bitter melon is a great source of dietary fiber and can help relieve indigestion and constipation.
  • It is a great source of Vitamin A and Vitamin C which are important for skin health and immunity, respectively.

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Spinach and Fried Eggs

Yesterday we talked about the classic combination of pairing spinach with fried eggs. It doesn’t only taste good, but can also be combined with other ingredients, depending on your preferences. 

Ingredients:
1 serving of spinach
Red onion
1 garlic clove
1 serving of eggs
Freshly grated ginger
Salt and pepper

Preparation:
Wash and dry the spinach. Dice the onion, garlic and ginger finely and fry in a pan on low heat. Then add the spinach and cook until it has completely wilted. Season with salt and pepper. In a separate pan prepare fried eggs to your liking. Serve the eggs over the spinach and enjoy!

Optimize Your Time

Time and opportunities are so important. Time skips on past and being healthy and well means you can cherish your time and seize great opportunities.

One way to get the most out of your time is to be as healthy as you can be. Metabolic Balance is a program that can help you optimize your health! To learn more visit our website or send us a message on Facebook.

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One Life, One Body

Always remember this: You have only one body. So treat it well and provide it with the right nutrients. Studies prove that a healthy diet is an important part of disease prevention. So take care and stay healthy! 

Pumpkin

Every year the pumpkin is THE star among the autumn vegetables. In terms of health, the pumpkin flesh is a true jack-of-all-trades. Pumpkins contain a lot of water and fiber which help the digestive system. Additionally, it is packed full of vitamin A and minerals such as copper, iron, magnesium and potassium. In folk medicine, fresh pumpkin juice is said to help with constipation.
Not just the flesh of the pumpkin is great for your health. Pumpkin seeds are not only delicious but also contain valuable fatty acids, minerals and trace elements such as manganese, zinc, copper and selenium.

Use this opportunity to try out a new pumpkin recipe and know that you are doing something good for your body!

Hidden Sugars

Many foods contain hidden sugars. Especially ready-made meals, fat-free products and refreshing drinks. Diabetes type II is often called “acquired diabetes” as it can be associated with a poor diet and lifestyle. However, the message is: Diabetes acquired at an adult age is often reversible – even if insulin is being injected. With the correct nutrition – we show you how! To learn more about how we can help you regain optimal health visit our website or send us a message!

Sharing is Caring

Sharing food with loved ones and friends is one of the good things in life. Food connects us and enriches our lives. It can also be a source of anxiety and dis-ease. So learning to eat well for you is possibly one of the best things you can learn.

Right now with all the restrictions that are happening around the world, it still seems a distant memory being able to sit down and to casually enjoy a meal with lots of people. But this will come back! And imagine being able to do this with ease, comfort and knowledge that you’re doing the right things for you. Right now is the perfect time to focus on your health and wellbeing by learning your foods to balance your metabolism and lose the weight your body doesn’t need. Not only are you giving yourself the best opportunity and health to see through this pandemic but you are also giving yourself the best time once things open up again.

Too many people are making themselves sick and tired with binge eating and drinking. Get in touch with your local Metabolic Balance practitioner today so you can enjoy life to the fullest now and in the future.
Unique personalized nutrition plans…that’s Metabolic Balance!

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Beets

Beets are an absolute super food! Originally cultivated for it leaves in the Middle East, this plant was first grown for its root by the Romans. As early as the Middle Ages beets were used for their medicinal properties and used to treat different illnesses such as fever and constipation. Nowadays we know why this inconspicuous root vegetable was so effective. It is packed with nutrients including folic acid, vitamin C, betanin and B vitamins.

Not only are beets great for your health but they are also super versatile in the kitchen. You can eat them raw, roasted, or pickled!
Stay tuned for a recipe using beets!

Change Your Future

The correct foods and the right combination of foods can change your health future! At Metabolic Balance we create an individualized nutrition plan for you so that you can achieve optimum health and wellness!

To learn more visit our website or check out our Facebook page!

Improve Your Health

More than 1 million people worldwide have already benefited from the Metabolic Program. Successful clients have lost weight, improved symptoms of chronic diseases, and significantly increased their well-being and quality of life. Not only do clients feel better but they often also see vast improvements in their lab values and other clinical parameters. Patients can often reduce or even completely omit their medications through optimized nutrition. For others, the right nutrition can mean that they do not need medication in the first place. To learn more visit our Facebook page or check out our website.