Here’s The Low Down
Trying to drop body fat without knowing your Metabolic Profile is really, really, tuff. You’ve got to have great genetics, or get lucky. Instead of playing Russian roulette with your health and fitness, take the extra step –learn your personal Metabolic Profile. You might be surprised at what you find. Two people of similar size can have very different metabolic rates. Oh, and did I mention your metabolic rate is always changing?
Ever wonder exactly how many grams of carbs you need to eat to lose weight, or how many calories you need to perform at your peak? Yeah, us too… That’s why we created MetPro…
Here’s The Scientific Mumbo Jumbo
The experts at MetPro have dissected the data from athletes and non-athletes alike following every intake range imaginable to determine how the human body responds. We started with 10 people, then 100 people, then 1,000 people and, well, you get the point –we learned a couple things.
First, your metabolic rate, not your size is the biggest indicator of what triggers weight loss. In fact, have you ever felt like it’s the smallest people who can eat the most? Well, our experts can now explain why that’s sometimes true.
Second, your metabolism constantly shifts to match your food intake. This is great news if your goal is to maintain your weight. It’s potentially “not so great” news if you want to weigh less since it also means your metabolic rate downshifts to recapture “homeostasis” as you eat less. Everything about your body revolves around maintaining “homeostasis”. So in a paradoxical way, the worst thing you can do for your metabolism is “eat less”, only you have to eat less to lose weight (now you see the paradox).
Not to worry, we can use the same adaptive response to “rev-up” your metabolism after periods of weight loss.
In the next lesson I’ll share how we identify the exact intake you need to trigger weight loss.
Challenge What You Know
MetPro Challenges conventional thought in Health & Fitness using advanced metabolic science and personalized coaching to transform lives. Our mission is to pioneer the research and education of how your metabolism actually works.