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Metabolic Balance: The OG of the GLP-1 Phenomenon

In case you weren’t aware, GLP-1 and blood sugar (blood glucose) regulation is nothing new.

In fact, it’s actually one of the biggest reasons that I became a Metabolic Balance Practitioner. Addressing inflammation and blood sugar is KEY not only for weight loss, but for your OVERALL HEALTH.

Teaching my clients how to look at their health through this lens essentially teaches them the magic of how to drive TRUE FAT LOSS.

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Fun Facts

  • Blood sugar is the primary nutrient for all cell bodies, red blood cells and reproductive organs.

  • BOTH LOW AND HIGH LEVELS OF BLOOD SUGAR ARE HARMFUL.

  • HIGH levels of insulin concentration leads to problems with cholesterol, triglycerides, adrenalin, cortisol, and lipogenesis.

  • LOW levels of insulin lead to a decrease in melatonin, DHEA, HGH, and Lipolysis.

  • Insulin stores fat, creates more hunger, and makes it almost impossible to burn fat.

  • A balanced metabolism = lowered inflammation = less risk of Alzheimer’s, Asthma, Allergies, Heart Disease, and Cancer. 

Okay so why all the science?

Because what I want you to understand…and maybe even more, what I want you to BELIEVE, is that our bodies are incredible and FULLY capable of healing, losing weight, building muscle, and becoming metabolically adaptable WHEN we address things properly at the FOUNDATION.


So…Be careful that when you are trying to get to your dream body, that you don’t skip the part where you LISTEN to what your body wants, what it needs, and how your individual body works.


Ignoring those parts of yourself will ultimately lead to frustration, illness and short term results.

We ALL have a unique makeup, which is why my Metabolic Balance Program is such an amazing approach. It doesn’t just address the weight, it looks at all YOU!


And guess what…when we figure out YOUR PERSONAL SOLUTION, my clients lose FAT quickly, and keep it off!


Xo,

Rachel

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