Eat Less Sugar

You probably already know that refined sugar is not good for you. Unfortunately, most people still eat too much of it. With a Metabolic Balance nutrition plan, this will not happen to you. Your body will thank you! If you stop consuming any kind of additional sweeteners for a certain time and only eat the sugar that is naturally found in fresh food, you will soon notice how much better you feel and will also stop craving super sweet foods. Although the first few days will be tough, the end results will be worth it!

Let’s Talk Legumes!

Legumes are one of the best sources of vegetable protein and are far more than just a simple ingredient on the winter menu. 

For far too long, dishes with legumes have been considered simple or “just” for vegetarians. But after a number of star chefs showed creative ways to use peas, lentils, and beans, legumes started gaining popularity. The United Nations even named 2016 the International Year of Pulses (Legumes) to raise awareness about the sustainability, affordability, and versatility of this food group.
Since the legume group encompasses everything from quinoa to beans (there are over 12,000 different types of legumes), there are thousands of recipes to explore.

Brussel Sprouts

Brussels sprouts are walnut-sized and light to dark green – actually grape-like arranged buds of this cabbage plant. Like green cabbage, brussels sprouts taste best after the first frost, when their sugar content moderates their bitter taste and makes their cell structure more delicate. Usually brussels sprouts are cooked and tossed in butter as a side dish, but they also taste good in casseroles, as soup or very thinly sliced even raw. Brussels sprouts have 4.7 percent of valuable plant protein with amino acids that the body can easily utilize. It is also an excellent vitamin C donor in winter and also provides the vitamins B1, B2, B6, folic acid, iron, potassium and plenty of fiber. Brussels sprouts are also used in folk medicine to reduce both weakness and tension, to facilitate weight loss, to eliminate constipation and acidification, and to prevent atherosclerosis. With a glucosinolate content of 237 mg per 100 g of vegetables, it is also associated with cancer prevention!

Find Your Way

One of the greatest aspects of Metabolic Balance is the results it can bring. Check out this great testimonial from Sandra who describes how Metabolic Balance has changed her life.

“In the beginning it was a big change because everything was so new. However, after a short time, I was on the right track to my goal. I felt very uncomfortable in my body. I had no self-esteem. In addition to the great weight loss, my mental state is the biggest change. I have regained much more joy in life and I radiate it, too. ” – Sandra G. , 28 years old

Take the first STEP towards more health, well-being & vitality!

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!

Apple Crusted Feta

Yesterday we highlighted the benefits of apples so today we have delicious recipe using apples for you!

Ingredients:
1 serving of feta (from sheep’s milk)
1 slice of crisp rye bread
1 apple
1 serving of salad
1 Tbsp marjoram/oregano
Salt and pepper

Preparation:
Preheat the oven to 125-150°F. Use a food processer to blend the rye bread into flour. Cut the feta into slices, place in an oven-safe dish, and heat in the oven. Grate the apple and mix with the rye flour. Heat a pan and toast the apple/rye flour mixture in it and season with salt, pepper and marjoram. Then take the feta and roll it in the toasted mixture. Wash the salad, arrange it on a plate, and then add the “breaded” feta slices on top. Enjoy!

Organic Apples

Organic apples are great for so many reasons!

Did you know that an apple contains more than one million bacteria? This is what scientists at Graz University of Technology found out in a 2019 study. Eating apples is therefore not only beneficial because they contain an abundance of enzymes, vitamins, minerals, fiber but also because they contain microbes. The bacteria found in the seeds and flesh, can have beneficial effects on the microbiota in your intestine. In this study, it was also examined whether there is a difference between apples from conventional cultivation vs organic apples. The result was clear: the organic apples showed significantly more diverse bacterial communities. So enjoy your organic apples and stay healthy!

Study: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/07/190724090255.htm

Find Your Right Foods

The foods you put in your body every day is one of the most important things that impacts your well-being. Although eating healthy is important it is even more vital to eat the right foods for your body. At Metabolic Balance we have seen first hand the amazing results from customized and tailored nutrition plans. So what are you waiting for, kick start your health journey today!

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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.

Oral Health

A diet according to Metabolic Balance and a regulated metabolism not only has a positive effect on your weight shape, the skin and the hair but also your teeth! According to scientific findings, nutrition plays an essential role in the development and the prevention of cavities. An acidic environment, caused by too much sugar- and acid-containing foods and not drinking enough, significantly increases the susceptibility to cavities. A diet based on Metabolic Balance counteracts this vulnerability and can help with keeping a radiant smile.