A goal. A plan. Your success.

With Metabolic Balance you will reach your goals! No matter if you want to lose weight, improve your condition or wish more vitality and performance – with highly qualified coaching and an individually adapted nutrition plan we lead our participants holistically to success.
No matter where you are on your journey let our coaches help you reach your goals. Visit https://www.metabolic-balance.us/ to learn more!

Your Success is Our Success

Our mission at Metabolic Balance is to help our clients regain their health and guide them on their health journey. Testimonials from our clients are always amazing to read and hearing our client’s journeys and stories is one of the reasons why our coaches do what they do! Would you like to be able to tell a story such as the one by one of our clients below about yourself? If so, then get in touch with us!

“I was much too heavy. In March I had exceeded the 350 lbs limit. It couldn’t go on like this. My goal was to be under 250 lbs within half a year. What can I say? I did it!” 

Tried, Tested, Trusted

Metabolic Balance is the tried, tested and trusted way to eat right for you. It’s truly personalized nutrition. We use 36 blood parameters to identify what is going on for you and which foods you then need to eat to get well and achieve your health goals. If you’re someone who has struggled to change their health such as lose weight, calm inflammation or manage your digestive health then finding out the right foods could just be the difference you need. This is why Metabolic Balance is loved worldwide as the holistic, natural and healthy way to be well. Let 2021 be your year for wellness and feeling the best you can feel. Find your Metabolic Balance practitioner and never look back!
https://www.metabolic-balance.us/

Credit: Metabolic Balance Australia and New Zealand

Winter Vegetables with Pineapple

This warm and comforting dish is a bit of a cheat meal but packed full of flavor and nutritious ingredients!

Ingredients: 
1 serving of goat cheese (or other cheese from your plan) 
1 serving of vegetables (such as cabbage, leeks, carrots) 
1/2-3/4 cup (150 mL) vegetable stock
1 pinch of turmeric
1 pinch of black sesame seeds
1 serving of fresh pineapple
Fresh herbs
Salt and pepper

Preparation: 
Set a small portion of goat cheese aside to eat separately. Wash and clean the vegetables and cut them into fine strips. Steam with vegetable stock and season to taste. Cut the pineapple into small pieces, add to vegetables and bring to the boil. Mash the goat cheese with a fork, add to the vegetables, mix and add freshly chopped herbs. Enjoy!

The Impressive Pineapple

The pineapple originally comes from South America and Hawaii but is now commonly grown in many warm and tropical regions. This fruit not only tastes delicious but also contains high amounts of bromelain, an enzyme which breaks down proteins. This enzyme can have phenomenal effects on the body: it inhibits blood coagulation, improves blood circulation, has an anti-inflammatory effect, lowers blood pressure and helps to break down deposits on the inner walls of the blood vessels. Note though that this enzyme is broken down when heated, so cooked pineapple will no longer contain active bromelain. In addition to bromelain, pineapples contain almost all essential vitamins as well as important minerals and trace elements. No matter how you enjoy pineapple, in sweet or savory dishes, this superfood is worth incorporating into your diet.

Mushroom Salad with Croutons

In keeping with this week’s salad theme we have another delicious recipe today. Give it a try and let us know what you think!

Ingredients:
1 serving of oyster mushrooms
1 serving of lettuce
1 serving of papaya
Apple cider vinegar
Garlic clove
Salt and pepper
Rye bread

Preparation:
Clean the lettuce, wash it and spin it dry. Chop the garlic finely. Thinly slice the mushrooms. Halve the papaya, remove the seeds with a spoon and cut into slightly larger cubes. Heat a pan and cook the mushrooms with the garlic and season with salt and pepper. Arrange mushrooms, lettuce and papaya cubes on a plate, drizzle with vinegar, and season lightly with salt and pepper. Cut bread into cubes, season and roast in a pan until crispy. Add the croutons to the salad and enjoy!

Back to Balance

As every year, we from the Metabolic Balance Team start with Phase 1 of our nutrition plans in early January – even the pandemic can’t stop us from doing so. After all, it is now more important than ever to do something for the immune system. Will you join us? Get your Metabolic Balance nutrition plans out of the closet or get a new refresher plan created. Diet according to our nutrition program can significantly increase vitality and quality of life, the immune system can get a boost and you can lose a few pounds. After the holidays, this is a great way to bring your body back to balance and start the new year off right!

Start 2021 Right!

It’s not about eating less and exercising more. It’s about you eating the right food for you. At Metabolic Balance we create a personalized food plan for using your blood test results. Getting well and experiencing natural healthy weight loss doesn’t have to be hard. You just need to know your foods! That’s it really! Plan 2021 to be your year to get well with Metabolic Balance!

Free Info Webinar on Jan 7th

Yes – it’s finally 2021! Have we not all waited for that moment? Now, we want to start this year off healthy and happy!
This year it is more than the repetitive New Year’s resolutions that are driving us to think about a diet or just living healthier. It is time to change – find your balance – rebalance your body and metabolism!
Join our free Info Webinar on January 7th at 8:30 pm ET/ 5:30 pm PT, to learn how our Metabolic Balance Program naturally strengthens your immune system and your metabolism and manages your weight long-term without pills, shakes, injections or processed foods.

German Field Salad

Rapunzel, corn salad or lamb’s lettuce – no other variety has as many names as the popular field salad. And the name speaks for itself: It comes straight from the fields. This is a great leafy vegetable to include in your diet because it contains valuable nutrients such as vitamin A, vitamin C and folic acid as well as iron, potassium, calcium, magnesium and phosphorus. But you shouldn’t enjoy this salad too often. It contains quite a lot of oxalic acid. This acid is considered a “calcium scavenger” because it binds the mineral and prevents it from being stored in bones and teeth.