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These little slippery substances can travel easily throughout the bloodstream, getting in and out of tight narrow places like small blood vessels. Think of a visual image for sugar—I vote for cotton candy. Now put those things together—cotton candy and a nice slippery protein like a tadpole.

When you eat a high-sugar diet—or a diet that converts to sugar quickly—meaning a diet rich in bread, cereal, pasta, rice, potatoes and all the other processed carbs—that excess sugar gets right into your bloodstream.

Which leaves you with a heck of a lot of excess sugar in your bloodstream. Inevitably, some of that excess sugar starts bumping into the slick proteins and gumming up the works. These sugar-sticky proteins are now called glycated proteins.

Glycated proteins are toxic and make your cellular machinery run less efficiently. They exhaust the immune system. And they contribute mightily to the diseases of aging, and even to aging itself. And that alone is guaranteed to keep your metabolism running on sugar, your skin wrinkly and your belly bulging.

And it ages you just like the hot noonday sun ages unprotected skin.

Eventually, these sugar-coated, sticky proteins clump together in bunches and form what scientists call AGEs—which stands for advanced glycation end products—partially because these proteins are so involved in aging the body. They age you, and they make you fat. Glycation and oxidation are actually two sides of the same coin. Glycated proteins generate the very agents of oxidative damage—free radicals. These, in turn, create more damaged proteins which then hook up with one another and become AGEs, producing even more free radicals and more inflammation, and continuing this awful cycle of inflammation, destruction, metabolic damage and aging.

This makes sense since AGEs are created by having too much sugar in the blood, which drives up insulin and drives down IGF-1 production. Even more fascinating is a study published earlier this year that suggests IGF-1 may be directly implicated in glycation and that a decline in IGF-1 could be a driving factor in the accumulation of glycated proteins in the blood.

The take-away point here is that glycation, oxidation and inflammation reinforce themselves in the nastiest of vicious circles, crippling your metabolism and aging you faster, and your levels of IGF-1 are a driving factor in this process—the more you have the less oxidation, inflammation, and glycation you tend to suffer from.

This inflames your body, damages your cells, and inhibits your hormonal symphony. Now your mitochondria become overwhelmed. ATP production slows and your energy along with it.

Your body shifts further and further into sugar burning, sputtering along, using this toxic fuel like an engine trying to run on sugar-coated gasoline.

The result? You stay fat, sick, tired and depressed. What element in the diet causes hormonal disruption, sending insulin through the roof, causing IGF-1 to plummet, dysregulating leptin, and setting you up for a sugar-burning metabolism while shutting down fat- burning?

What element in the diet contributes to inflammation and oxidation? And what element in the diet could possibly be responsible for the consistently elevated blood sugar that ultimately leads to glycation, causing even more inflammation and more mitochondrial damage and a further impairment of fat burning and energy production?

Altogether now: Sugar is inflammatory, it creates oxidative damage, it causes glycation, it disrupts the hormonal symphony and sends the wrong hormonal messages. And it compounds all that by damaging the ability of the cells to receive the hormonal messages in the first place. Another way you get ready-made AGEs in your diet is through carmelized foods.

We saw this in the case of one of our own team members, who eats as well as anyone I know, works out routinely, gets plenty of sleep and whose blood sugar and insulin measurements were just fine. Hemoglobin A1c is an important marker for long-term blood sugar, and measures the amount of elevated blood sugar over time. Doctors use Hemoglobin A1c scores of over 6 to diagnose diabetes.

Stress was causing him to burn sugar for its quick impact. His blood was flooded with glucose, that lead to more glycation, and his hemoglobin A1c skyrocketed. Case closed. Stress matters. And in more ways than we might think.

I think stress is so important that I consider it one of the five major pathways to a fat-burning metabolism, which is why I devoted an entire chapter to it in this program.

But first I want to talk to you about the real pitfalls of dietin. When levels are low glycated proteins accumulate more quickly in the blood. Many diets fail because—whatever other good things there may be in those diets—they do not help you make the shift to a permanent fat-burning metabolism. Food you could hunt, fish, gather or pluck. They ate these foods when they could. They didn't have set meal times. Our metabolism adapted under feast or famine conditions.

That's why we humans have an exquisitely tuned system designed for storing calories—we needed to be able to survive when food was scarce. Fast forward to the present. So you get fat. No surprise there. But you want to do something about it. So you go on a conventional diet. But when you just cut calories, without paying attention to what foods they come from, you run smack dab into three of the biggest dieting pitfalls that ultimately just make you fatter than you were prior to starting the diet in the first place.

Low leptin is a powerful signal to eat. Remember when we talked about the relationship between leptin and thyroid? When that happens, your IGF-1 drops. That means your M. Your thinking slows down, your digestion grinds to a halt-- even your heart is weakened. This makes total sense from a survival point—store every drop of energy you can! But it does. Your ability to store fat—just as a pure survival tactic—has gone up, up, up. Your body is on high alert, waiting eagerly for some extra calories so it can pack some fat back on.

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Now you go off your diet. Want to guess what happens? You gain back all the fat back, and then some. You are eating the same amount of calories as you did before you dieted; the only problem is that now your body requires less food. Your previous level of calorie intake is now seen to be excessive.

And the excess calories have to go somewhere—and guess where? So the average diet is actually designed to make you fail at burning fat. It slows down the exact processes you need to get that stubborn fat off your tummy, thighs and hips.

One way it does this is to raise blood sugar. First, your stress hormones rise. Cortisol will use anything in its bag of tricks to raise your blood sugar so it can keep you alive in what it perceives as an emergency.

One of the things it does to accomplish this is to break down muscle, because the amino acids that make up the protein in muscles can be readily converted by the body into glucose sugar , as we previously discussed.

Essentially your body eats up its own M. Cortisol breaks down muscles because your body perceives this crazy diet of yours as a famine, and that definitely qualifies as an emergency from an evolutionary standpoint. Remember, cortisol broke down some muscle in a desperate effort to create more sugar. Since muscle burns a lot more calories than fat does after all, it's where most of your energy-producing mitochondria are , your resting metabolic rate—meaning how many calories you burn while just lounging around—has just effectively slowed down.

You now have less muscle, and muscle burns more calories than fat. This leaves you in almost the identical situation from Pitfall 1 in which your hormones directly cause your metabolism to slow down. You eat less, but your metabolism is slower. You have less M.

Fat loss comes to a standstill, you eat even less, you become frustrated and you give up! To continue the sailboat analogy, it would be like you had a ton of wood in the stowage space, but that room is painted shut! Meanwhile, grehlin—the appetite reinforcement hormone—is now elevated, reinforcing the hunger signals of decreased leptin. Your thyroid production has dropped down, meaning your metabolism is slowed and whatever you do eat is likely going to wind up stored as fat.

Willpower, Willpower, Who's Got the Willpower? Eventually you let go. I know a little bit about addiction and willpower, and no one has more respect for self-discipline than I do. Not that I have that much more self-discipline than anyone else, but at least I have a healthy respect for it!

You can get off drugs and never use them again. You can stop drinking—or smoking—and after a nasty little withdrawal period, you never need look at let alone indulge in those substances again. Which makes food—specifically sugar—one of the hardest possible addictions to break. The feeling of being deprived of your favorite foods—especially since you still have to eat and those foods are always around—can be a huge challenge.

How do you avoid all three of these pitfalls that seem inevitable? Are we all just doomed to gain fat as we age? Of course not. It does this by: Preventing the metabolic adaptation that happens with traditional dieting, leading to the dreaded plateaus and inevitable regains.

Offering you an easy way to stop relying on willpower. The solution is so simple it's almost mind- numbing: You get to eat all the foods you love. The pitfalls of conventional dieting are avoided, and your days as a sugar burner are numbered. Let the fat-burning games begin! In addition, the hunger- stimulating hormone ghrelin, goes up. Nutrition might not do everything, but make no mistake: Nutrition is definitely the most important pathway to becoming a fat burner, reversing aging and staying healthy.

So just by your food choices alone, you can direct hormonal traffic in favor of less insulin less fat storage and more IGF-1 more fat burning.

That means you'll turn from a sugar-burning monster into a fat-burning machine. Ever wonder why when you eat too much sugar your energy plunges not too long afterwards? The cells are too busy stuffing themselves with sugar. Nothing, that is, except be damaged by the inflammation and oxidation caused by high- carb diets, about which more in a moment.

The point is that when you eat badly, energy production suffers. Less energy means less fat burning. So we need to turn down inflammation, and that means dramatically reducing our intake of sugar. In fact, one of the most inflammatory things we consume on a regular basis is not sugar at all.

These so-called innocent oils are contributing to the breakdown of your mitochondria and your ability to burn fat. Our bodies make inflammatory chemicals series 2 prostaglandins , and they make anti-inflammatory chemicals series 1 and 3 prostaglandins.

We make the inflammatory chemicals out of omega-6s vegetable oils and we make the anti- inflammatory chemicals out of omega-3s fish oil, flaxseed oil. You do need both—and if our diets contained an equal amount of each of them, everything would be hunky-dory. Saturated fat Where are all those extra omega-6s coming from? One analysis was jointly done by You guessed it. Vegetable oil. The worst thing and twenty-three years. The conclusion?

The bottom line is too much vegetable oil contributes abstract to inflammation; inflammation keeps you in sugar- burning territory. Instead you're going to eat luscious grass-fed butter and coconut oil, and other wonderful saturated fats that have been shown to reduce your inflammation, keep you satiated and help you burn fat.

Relax when you see those fats in the recipes. Now another food we need to discuss when it comes to inflammation is gluten. How to Set Your Body on Fire with Bread In the last few years, two books have come out that I consider to be among the most important books on nutrition written in the last decade. And what both these books have to tell us about grains will set your hair on end. This connection could be adding inches to your waistline with you even knowing it.

Gluten—as you may know—is a component in grains, predominantly in wheat, but also in barley, rye, spelt, kamut and—more often than we'd like—oats, only because of cross-contamination with gluten grains.

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Modern gluten-containing grains are more addictive than ever. For many people, grains may be—and often are—a powerful modulator of inflammation.

And let's not forget that nutrition doesn't only impact inflammation, it also influences the whole evil set of triplets—inflammation, sure, but also oxidation and glycation. Because food and supplements are our only external sources of antioxidants. And you can keep insulin quite low and IGF-1 nice and high with just fat and protein.

Vegetables have nearly no effect on blood sugar and are virtual nutritional powerhouses, literally shoveling antioxidant protection into your bloodstream with every bite. That's why I want you to eat vegetables—because of the fiber, the nutrients, the antioxidants, the phytochemicals, and all the other health-giving compounds found in the plant kingdom.

And if you need to bring it back down to practicalities, remember what oxidative damage does to your mitochondria. Finally we have the last enemy of the fat burning metabolism, glycation. And how do you think all that excess sugar gets into the bloodstream to create the glycated proteins and, ultimately, the AGEs in the first place?

Through diet. And in the case of glycation it happens in two insidious ways. First, by eating the food that keeps bumping your blood sugar up. The more sugar floating around the bloodstream, the more opportunity for some of it to glom on to proteins, making them sticky and ultimately leading to AGE formation. But the other way we increase AGEs through our diet is to just swallow those bad boys whole, which is exactly what we do when we eat highly caramelized, or browned foods.

And frequently does. So you see, nutrition really is the Macdaddy of the pathways to health. And that includes your mitochondria, and it includes your cell membranes, both of which are absolutely vital for an efficient, fat-burning metabolism.

See, a diet like that—which, by the way, is a very healthy way to eat—has some potential pitfalls. So let's look a little more carefully at how we are going to do this. Some folks in the low-carb community believe we should replace most of those carbs sugars and starches with more protein, while others believe we should replace them with more fat.

Both make very persuasive cases. I do believe we need a certain amount of protein at each meal to get the real metabolic advantages of protein. I tell you this because it is critically important that you do not try to do a low-fat version of this program. Then, after ten days on a higher fat, moderate protein and low carbohydrate diet, you're going to have a carb feast. Yep, you read that right. After ten days you're going to do a carb feast.

It allows you to avoid all of the metabolic adaptations and other pitfalls I described in the last chapter. You eat really low carb for a period of time, which accomplishes two things: One, it depletes your glycogen stored sugar stores, which is important because it's harder to burn fat for energy when your body has plenty of it stored as carbs. Two, it trains your body to run on fat, or fat metabolites.

So far so good. Worried about your IGF-1 levels plummeting when insulin is spiked? The insulin spike goes up and down so fast, it barely has any effect on IGF Then you start again with a low-sugar eating plan, continuing the path towards fat burning but without the metabolic adaptations that can slow you down, depress your thyroid, eat up your muscles, and make you cranky as heck. And before you know it, carb feast is here again.

Remember, the nutritional goals for this program are: And finally, the last goal: The bottom line is simply this: The food you eat, over time, will direct your body to run primarily on sugar or primarily on fat. It is also an important contributor to detoxification. Some eating patterns increase insulin the fat storage hormone making it more difficult for IGF-1 to do its job. A number of important studies in the last few decades have documented a powerful association between lack of sleep and obesity.

Lack of sleep—or the wrong kind of sleep—has a profound effect on four important hormones that help regulate appetite and fat storage. Lack of high-quality sleep basically makes your hormonal symphony sound like a kazoo. Sleep is a big part of an anti-aging lifestyle. Without sufficient amounts, you age faster. Sleep affects how we work, how we relate to other people, how we make decisions, and how we feel in general. Not getting enough sleep can depress our immune system and raise our stress hormones.

The right amount of sleep—and, equally important, the right kind of sleep—is absolutely essential if you want to make the transition from sugar burner to fat burner. Geneticists and anthropologists tell us that our specific human genome has only changed 0.

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Therefore, whenever possible, I think it makes sense to look to what our human genus was programmed for when it comes to basic things such as food, exercise and sleep. It's what we evolved to eat, what our systems were designed to run on best.

Prior to electricity, we listened to our biological rhythms, which were in sync with the rhythms of the earth. We slept when it was dark out, and awoke when it was light. We spent plenty of time in the sun. We moved around a lot. And when it was dark, we sat around the campfire and went to bed and slept like babies. When the sun rose, we started the day. This, if you will, was the natural order of things. This is the factory-specified sleep pattern for healthy humans.

It keeps your hormones running like a purring cat, replenishing healing chemicals for cellular repair, rejuvenation and maintenance, moderating glucose and insulin sensitivity, releasing growth hormone and the anti-aging hormone melatonin , and keeping stress hormones from running amok and forcing you into sugar-burning hell. This factory-specified sleep pattern has been as wildly disrupted by modern life as our factory-specified diet has been wildly disrupted by processed foods.

The restorative power of sleep is well known, but scientists have been unclear about just why this is so. However, a fascinating study published just as I was completing the manuscript for this program suggests that what may be happening is a kind of internal housecleaning that leaves your brain and body refreshed.

Sleep is also when your hormonal symphony is tuned up, inflammation and oxidation are reduced, stress vanishes, your body relaxes, and you shift toward a fat-burning metabolism.

In fact, we burn the highest percentage of calories from fat when we sleep than we do at any other time of day. To quote the poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning, "Let me count the ways.

It Sleep Architecture has many important jobs in the body, but arguably one Sleep can be divided into two categories— of its most essential functions is its involvement in the REM rapid eye movement sleep and production of IGF Non-REM sleep has four stages. Stage one is when you move As you fall deeper and deeper into sleep, your brain from wakefulness to drowsiness to falling waves change.

The brain waves in the deepest part of asleep. This is what you see when you sleep massage your pituitary gland telling it to release drag your husband to the opera and HGH, testosterone and DHEA, all of which are reparative he starts nodding off.

In stage two, eye compounds in their own right. Stages three and DHEA. Body temperature IGF No IGF-1; no fat-burning. Another vicious downward and blood pressure drop just a little more, cycle. This is when everyone in metabolism and fat burning.

Leptin is the chemical that dreamland gets up to dance! Sleep plays an important role in regulating our leptin levels Both are critical to your health. And you and in controlling our appetite. The leptin takes about minutes. Stop eating! Lack of sleep, together with the lowered amount of leptin, will even wake you up in the middle of the night making you hungry and craving carbohydrates so you can get back to sleep.

All of which, of course, increases your waistline and the size of your butt and thighs. Ghrelin—which is produced in the gastrointestinal tract—has the exact opposite effect from leptin: It tells your brain when you need to eat, when it should stop burning calories, and when you should store calories as fat. Leptin and grehlin create a double whammy for fat gain. Because the decrease in leptin brought on by sleep deprivation slows down your metabolism.

When leptin levels fall it has a direct impact on your thyroid. Thyroid hormone levels fall as well, and when this happens, your metabolism slows down. The good news is that the opposite is also true: Getting enough sleep decreases hunger and will actually help you lose body fat. I am going to show you precisely how to do that in Section 3. But first, I want to dive a little deeper into the connections between lack of sleep and fat gain. Well, sleep deprivation makes insulin resistance worse. Researchers have long known that insufficient sleep increases the risk of insulin resistance, type 2 diabetes and obesity.

But recent research shows that even the fat tissue itself is affected. Scientists at Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles found measurable differences in how fat tissue responds to insulin after as little as four nights of restricted sleep. Afterwards, the fat tissue samples from these otherwise healthy participants looked exactly like tissue samples from diabetic or obese subjects.

Basically, a mere four days of undersleeping turned these healthy folks into almost-diabetics! If you want lots of ugly, pudgy belly fat, don't sleep and stress out a lot. It'll work like magic. This process eventually causes blood sugar to rise, which causes insulin to rise as well. Individuals who are sleep deprived experience a whole lot more colds and illnesses.

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One way researchers test the relationship between oxidative stress and lack of sleep is by measuring glutathione, one of the most powerful natural antioxidants produced in the human body. Individuals who reported six or fewer hours of sleep had higher levels of three inflammatory markers. The more inflammation you have, the less effectively your metabolism works, and the more likely it is that you become a sugar burner and you pack on fat.

This quickly becomes a vicious cycle. Because that extra fat on your hips, thighs and butt are now firing out even more inflammatory chemicals see below , and creating even more inflammation. Those fat cells are little endocrine glands, which are capable of secreting—among other things— inflammatory chemicals called cytokines. They damage the mitochondria, damage the hormone receptors, lower energy production ATP , and basically ensure that you stay stuck in a body whose engine is running on sugar.

Sleep Your Way to Fat Loss Sleep is essential to memory, mood, and cognitive performance, all markers for a youthful, energetic life. Sleep matters. More, perhaps, than you realize. All you need are a few simple techniques. These simple techniques will further shift you from a sugar- burning metabolism to a fat-burning one.

When leptin levels fall, so does thyroid, the master regu- lator of the metabolism. Well, unfortunately, the same thing could be said for modern humans and stress. But stress is a lot more than a mild annoyance. And stress is probably the single most potent enemy of a lean waistline and a long life on the entire planet. Stress can and will shorten your life. If longevity and health are something you want, if you want an effective, efficient, fat-burning metabolism, ignoring the role of stress is just not an option.

The stress response is a complex, multidimensional set of biochemical and hormonal responses and signals that affect virtually the entire body. You can measure levels of specific stress hormones in the blood, urine and in limited cases, saliva.

These mechanisms were designed to save our life in an emergency. All of a sudden, a saber-toothed tiger comes charging at you. What do you do? Well, obviously, you run like hell. Or you pick up a stick—or the nearest object you can use as a weapon— and prepare to do battle for your life.

But even before your conscious brain registers the get- butt-in-gear command, a number of important physiological events occur that prepare you for action.

The hypothalamus then shoots a hormonal signal to the pituitary gland, which in turn sends a hormonal signal of its own to the intended target of all this rapid-fire communication: Once they receive the message, your adrenals send out powerful hormones—cortisol, adrenaline and noradrenaline—which accomplish a number of things.

They get your heart racing. They shut off other metabolic operations that might siphon away energy needed to fight or run for example, digestion and tissue repair. Cortisol, adrenaline and noradrenaline are known as the fight-or-flight hormones, precisely because that is what they prepare your body to do. So far, so good.

This is how nature intended it. The stress hormones are like first gear for the body, turbo- charging the engine to prepare for an emergency. But nature meant for the stress response to be used in emergencies. Nature did not mean for that particular pedal to be pressed to the metal all day long. When you face an emergency, these short-term physiological changes are absolutely necessary for your survival. Constantly elevated cortisol means a nightmare of aging, disease and fat storage.

One of the things cortisol does is to tell the liver to quickly dump a lot of sugar into the bloodstream. It does this any time your brain senses an emergency or a need for immediate energy.

And where does it get this sugar from? From glycogen, the storage form of carbohydrate in the body. This process is called glycogenolysis. It gets worse. Cortisol also sends a message to the body to break down muscle. It does this to get at the amino acids that make up muscle, because some of those amino acids can be converted to sugar.

When you're stressed it's easier for your body to get energy this way than going to your fat stores. So there goes your M. Guess what happens when your insulin levels stay chronically elevated by ongoing stress? Your IGF- levels drop like a rock. But the connection between chronic stress, cortisol, and IGF-1 is even more nuanced than that. You see, cortisol tends to take over the show when there is a lot of it hanging around.

That makes it very difficult for other hormones, like IGF-1, to do their job. For one thing, cortisol takes up space on cellular receptors where IGF-1 would otherwise send its fat-burning messages. Cortisol also sets off a set of biochemical responses that drive down the production of compounds like testosterone and DHEA, which as we learned in the last chapter are critical for the conversion of HGH to IGF- 1.

All of this is fine when your muscle cells are rapidly trying to metabolize energy to enable you to run like hell from the saber-toothed tiger, or shimmy up the nearest tree to escape a marauding bear. There is no saber-toothed tiger. Your stress response was set up to deal with those physical emergencies that required immediate fuel for the muscle cells, but those are not the emergencies that trigger the modern-day stress response.

Today, most people have chronic mental stress. So now you have chronically elevated cortisol telling the liver to keep dumping more sugar into the blood stream to deal with a perceived stress, while chronically elevated insulin keeps sucking up that sugar and storing it away in your fat cells. Welcome to sugar burning hell! The excess cortisol and insulin trigger the desire for more quick-fuel carbohydrates. Why does this happen? Because stress makes your body believe you are in fight-or-flight mode and require sugar for fuel.

High levels of cortisol shrink an important portion of the brain called the hippocampus, which is essential to memory and thinking. Mental stress also triggers the adrenal medulla to produce excessive amounts of adrenaline and noradrenaline.

The noradrenaline constricts blood vessels, increasing blood pressure, which can lead to hypertension over time. And chronically elevated stress hormones lower immunity, which is why marathoners often get sick the week after competing. Stress has a powerful effect on cancer. Scientists from Wake Forest University School of Medicine found that the stress hormone adrenaline causes changes in prostate and breast cancer cells that may make them resistant to cell death.

M, PhD, an assistant professor of cancer biology and senior researcher on the project. The study followed middle-aged Swedish women for 38 years and found a strong—and disturbing—link between common stressors and dementia later in life.

Calming exercises, such as deep belly breathing, yoga and tai chi, engage your relaxation response. This cools down your stress response and helps rehabilitate your body. They are like replenishing food for the soul, this is why they are such an important part of any fat-burning strategy.

Think of your relaxation response as your inner grandmother. When you let her speak, words of wisdom and solace often pour fourth. These messages temper the frantic shouting of the stress response. They help you live longer and they help you live better. And they help you move towards a healthy, robust, fat-burning metabolism. And nowhere is the connection among all those things more apparent than in the role of stress. Bottom line: We need to take stress a lot more seriously than most of us have been doing.

Managing it is truly one of the major pathways to health, vitality, and a fat-burning metabolism. And the nice thing is that stress reduction can be as simple and easy as taking a few deep breaths. It also sends a message to break down muscle. They reduce the stress response taking you out of sugar burning territory.

Would you be happy about that? I didn't think so. Toxins damage cell membranes and block hormone receptors. Are you just making yourself bulky instead of lean and toned? And don't even think about asking your physician or personal trainer for advice!

Your doctor MAY have the clinical advice. And your trainer the exercise advice. What makes Aftershock different is that it combines both. And isn't that what ultimately matters? Real results with REAL people? Now all you need is just 15 minutes a day, 3 times a week to trigger your body's metabolism to shrink your waist, re-charge your batteries and turn back the clock. My problem has been keeping it off. And unfortunately, over the years of yo-yoing up and down I've destroyed my muscles leaving me with a abby untoned body which I hated.

Up until this point, I never found a program that actually deals with xing a broken metabolism and that is why I'm so excited about Dr. Jades Metabolic Aftershock. I jumped in full-throttle and I am glad I did. The rst week I lost 3 lbs. So far I've lost 11 lbs, but more importantly I'm nailing pockets of fat in the places I needed to target. I can see my body toning. I'm trimming the fat that jiggles in my arms and my overall strength is increasing.

Even my family recently commented that they see a difference in my muscle texture and tone and I'm absolutely thrilled. But the biggest benet of this program is the 15 minute workouts. If I cant nd 15 minutes three days a week, just pack it in. You know?

There's really no excuse. Anybody can nd 15 minutes a day. Believe me, Metabolic Aftershock will push you You think popping a pill is ALL you need to do to lose weight You think the ONLY way to burn fat is with marathon running or extreme gym workouts You're the type of person who likes to dream and wish and hope yet never takes action If any of that sounds like you, I implore you Do not download Metabolic Aftershock.

Save your copy for somebody who is going to USE it lllllllllllllllllllllllllllll " When I started my waist was 44 and now it's slightly below 41 inches. Strength-wise, endurance has been a big thing for me. I've always been rather strong, but at age 47 I've been having a lot joint and knee pain, which has restricted me in the gym. For example, weight lifting or long cardio sessions can stress the heart, cause joint injuries or damage the back.

The short bursts of exercise required in this program are perfect for people with busy schedules or people who dislike exercise and get bored quickly. Many of us have the experience of having started an exercise program and quit because it was too time consuming. Then any muscle that has been built, quickly turns back to fat. It might also be good for people who are doing only one type of exercise, where some muscles are worked much harder than others, and you need to balance that up.

This is an update and you might not need it. There are extra bonuses and you may want to get it anyway to remotivate yourself, but the original program worked so well that Jade Teta has not made a lot of changes. The exercises are very quick — short bursts of activity 45 seconds long followed by a rest, total 45 minutes in a WEEK.

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But you do have to give it that time. There are different levels according to your fitness, and you can move through them as you improve. Jade Teta says the oldest person following the program so far was aged Remember that the body burns fat AFTER exercise not during it, so rest breaks are vital for your success. The shipping cost depends on where you live in the world.

After the initial launch period, the price will increase. Metabolic Prime is only available from the official website — see the link at the end of this review.And pretty much any type of movement is healthy for you to do. Follow this as closely as possible, especially on carb-feast night.

So you can do your 15 minute workout any time, any place. When you lose a lot of weight quickly, leptin levels plummet unless you take specific steps to counteract this effect. On both plans you will address all five of the pathways needed for optimal health and fat burning.

Done correctly, it CAN be great, but most don't and that's when injuries to shoulders, knees and lower back can happen. Now if you've decided to go all the way and do the advanced plan, I strongly recommend sticking with the recipes and meal plans in your daily nutrition planner which you can find in The Metabolic Factor Minute Meals.

They bring down insulin levels—which you can easily do with a low-carb diet—and call it a day.

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