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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Spices

Spices are one of the best ways to add variety, flavor, and color to dishes. But spices can also be very intimidating and overwhelming. In order to help simplify spices and how to best use them check out this great infographic. It helps guide you through which spices pair best with what foods.

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Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent fasting has been a trend for a few years now. Dr. Ethan Weiss, a cardiologist at the University of California, San Francisco, started researching this topic in 2013, and even started practicing it himself. Weiss started a clinical trial in order to learn more about the potential benefits of intermittent fasting. The goal of the trial was to compare the health of patients who were fasting between 8pm and 12pm and a control group that ate at 3 regular mealtimes. Interestingly scientists found no significant differences in weight loss, fat mass, cholesterol, or blood sugar control between the two groups. Furthermore, fasting patients actually had more lean mass than fat mass loss compared to the group with 3 regular meal times. This study provides further evidence that a lifestyle such as that of Metabolic Balance that is based on 3 regular meals is the way to optimal health!

Study: https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamainternalmedicine/fullarticle/2771095?guestAccessKey=444bbcb2-7e13-4dc6-998f-5de5e27aa19e&utm_source=For_The_Media&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=ftm_links&utm_content=tfl&utm_term=092820

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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Preserving Food At Home

As the colder months are approaching it is the perfect time to try out different ways to preserve fresh fruit and vegetables for the winter.

There are numerous possibilities for preserving food. One of the oldest methods is drying. In the dehydrator, in the oven or in the open air, fruits lose their moisture and become more intense in flavor. A fun fall activity is to go apple picking, cut the tasty apples into slices, sprinkle with cinnamon or a pumpkin spice mixture, and then dehydrate in the oven at 225℉ for 2 hours. This make for delicious and healthy apple chips!

Another option which works especially well for vegetables is pickling or freezing. Both freezing and pickling in vinegar results in significantly lower nutrient losses than drying. Vegetables such as carrots, radishes, and beets are wonderful pickled. Fruits such as berries and peaches particular are ideal for freezing. Whatever method you choose, you can’t go wrong!

Meet Dr. Noel Aldrich

One of the great aspects of Metabolic Balance is that we have many wonderful practitioners and coaches that help guide clients on their journey to optimal health! Today we are featuring Dr. Noel Aldrich, a licensed nutritionist from Nutrition Proportion in Minnesota. To meet Dr. Aldrich and to learn about Metabolic Balance, check out this great video.

To connect with Dr. Aldrich visit his website: https://www.nutritionproportion.net/?fbclid=IwAR0Dk0_-WS0zHEtpnPjfumynukZoklVVX7RYT4Rk25XsP5GGBSIFHyHX8wM

Health Starts With Food

A balanced diet is the most essential step to being healthy. A Metabolic Balance nutrition plan helps you to take this important step. Eating in line with Metabolic Balance means supplying your body with exactly the right nutrients in the right quantities. The result of this way of life is something to be proud of! Hundreds of thousands of satisfied clients agree: Metabolic Balance can change your life!

Long-Term Change

With a long-term change of nutrition with Metabolic Balance you can decide to do something good for yourself permanently. This lifestyle change can help you have a more mindful relationship with food and improve your overall health. Rather than eating mindlessly or buying processed foods that are easy to prepare, this program can help become aware of your body and how the right foods can help you feel amazing! To learn more visit our website or check out our Facebook page!

Body Fat

Let’s talk body fat! Although fat has been stigmatized by the diet industry not all fat is bad. It is important to have a healthy amount of body fat for regulating body temperature, balancing hormones, storing vitamins, and for good overall health. Body fat starts to be not as great when we have too much of it! Too much fat can lead to inflammation in the body and increase your risk for different diseases. To learn more check out this great video below.