Category: Fix Your Metabolism

4. Results

Metabolism drives healthy weight loss.  This is because our body is a system of parts working together in steps, combining the air we breathe with the food we eat to drive function, burning fat in the process.  The fat we burn...

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3. Movement

Physical activity, even very low intensity that most would not call exercise, activates muscle, raising metabolism significantly for up to a quarter hour after movement has stopped.  This is why postural adjustments and activity...

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2. Recovery

The biggest and most common mistake leading to a dramatic loss in metabolism occurs with exercising individuals who fail to recover the nutrients they specifically lose during exercise.  Exercise nutrient loss takes three forms:...

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1. Nutrition

For individuals who do not have metabolic goals (weight loss, reducing metabolic disease risk, increasing exercise recovery), simply eating healthy foods is enough.  The body does just fine adjusting to practically any healthy...

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  Being a personal trainer and holistic nutrition counselor myself, I thought I know all I needed to about nutrition.  But then I started dealing with some troubling hormonal imbalances.  Nothing I knew to do nutritionally or through exercise was helping.  I went to both my GP and my Ob/Gyn and all they wanted me to do was gain weight and take hormones.  I tried all the drugs they prescribed, and no luck.  I did all the diet modifications, and even tried weight fluctuations; all to no avail.  I finally gave up, and then I met Dr. Wilson.  With his detailed bio-chemical background, I thought he might be able to figure it out. I knew it couldn't hurt.  Well, my issues even stumped him for a minute, but after doing much research he came up with a plan.  Within 4-5 weeks, I was like new.  It was UNBELIEVABLE!!!  No specialists could help me, not even my own nutritional savvy was helping.  Once he pinpointed what was lacking and in what amounts in my diet, bingo!!!
Thank you Dr. Clyde for not giving up on me, and caring enough to do go the extra mile.  That seemingly simple advice may very well have saved my bones, saved my sanity, and even help me to now start raising a family!!!

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