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I’m a Type II diabetic. Can you still determine my metabolic type?

Yes. Depending on your fasting blood sugar, we can adjust the amount of the glucose challenge drink. In some cases, the glucose is not administered; instead a high quality protein is used. We can determine your metabolic type just as accurately this way. We also have a specific diabetic protocol for recommended foods and supplements.

*See info on Type I diabetes under Self-Test Kit.

How is your diet different from all the others out there?

The protocol to determine the Metabolic Types is a system that is based on your individual metabolism. The food plan and supplements suggested complement the way in which your system optimally utilizes specific foods. There is no such thing as a “universal diet.” The only diet that is healthy for you is the one that is right for your metabolic type.

For example, just because a lemon is acidic in nature doesn’t necessarily mean that it will create an acidic blood pH. It may, in fact, alkalize your blood pH depending on your metabolic type.

How long will it take for me to lose weight?

The protocol does not strictly follow the conventional weight charts as we believe that a thin person can be completely imbalanced metabolically, whereas someone else who is somewhat overweight can be operating optimally on all levels. Your body will find its natural healthy weight as you become balanced. Our goal is to find the underlying cause of weight gain, high blood sugar, hormonal imbalance, poor digestion, chronic illness, etc., as we see excess weight as a symptom of metabolic imbalance.  In general, on our weight loss program, women can expect to lose 1-2 pounds per week, and men 2-3 pounds per week. We closely monitor body composition to make sure that you're losing fat and not muscle.

Often we find that “overweight” people are actually starving for the right nutrients that will balance the metabolic rate and better aid in converting food into energy instead of storing it as fat.  

A few years ago fat grams and cholesterol rich foods were the enemy. Now everyone is counting carbs. Isn’t there a right diet for everyone?

Everyone is biochemically unique. That is why some diets work for some and not for others. Knowing your Metabolic Type removes the guesswork, formulating a diet and supplement regime that specifically work to fit your individual metabolism.




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