You want to lose weight. And if you are like millions of others world-wide, this is not your first attempt. Undoubtedly you think that losing weight is hard, and that keeping it off is even harder. You may want to believe in the largest trendy diet that promises “magical” results in mere days. It may be tempting to pursue some supplement’s claim that you can eat all you want and still lose weight. But the human body cannot defy the laws of thermo-dynamics. To lose weight you have to expend more energy than you take in. In simple terms, you have to eat fewer calories than you burn.
Now wait! I’m sure your saying saying to yourself, “I have heard all this before! You’re talking about calorie restriction, deprivation, and tedious exercise. What makes this program any different than all the other diets I’ve ever failed on before?” The Answer is RESTING METABOLIC TESTING! Your resting metabolic rate is the amount of calories you burn if you continued to sit in a chair all day.
By now we should all know the key to weight loss is to burn more calories than you eat. The problem in the past is that knowing how many calories you burn has been nothing more than a guess. How often have you heard that women need to eat 1200 calories a day to lose weight? Yet how could the same requirements be the same for all women? The truth is, the right amount of calories is a highly sensitive number. 1200 calories may be too drastic a reduction, slowing your metabolic rate and making weight loss more difficult.
Identifying your metabolism is identifying your own personal sweet spot: that place where you are eating enough to keep your body calm and satisfied, yet keeping your metabolism burning as many calories as possible. When your goal weight is reached, the transition to maintenance is subtle and natural.
Never before have you had such insight to the inner workings of yourself. Never before have you had this much of a chance to succeed. Get started on living a healthier life now!