The Science of Metabolic Management By The Personal Injury Clinic If you are overweight, or suffer from hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), chronic fatigue, mental fatigue, diet related diabetes or high cholesterol, the Balanced Metabolism Program may help you.

BALANCED METABOLISM The balanced Metabolism eating program allows you to eat the kinds of food you like. The only difference is that you balance the foods you like with the foods you need. Get off the "diet yo-yo" cycle and start enjoying your food and life again. All it takes is following four basic rules. Four Basic Rules Rule 1: Every time you eat, you must eat equal amounts of carbohydrates and protein, and 1/3 as much fat.

FOR EXAMPLE; if you eat 20 grams of carbohydrates, then you would also eat 20 grams of protein and 7 grams of fat. Rule 2: You must drink at least 64 ounces daily of purified or distilled water. Carbonated water, sweetened mineral water or juices DO NOT COUNT. A lot of the environmental toxins that you are exposed to and absorb each day are stored in your body fat. As you start to burn your fat, these toxins are released and must be flushed from your body. That is why it is extremely important to drink 64 ounces of purified water each day. This will help you to detoxify your body and will help to increase your metabolic rate. Rule 3: You must consume 3 meals per day and take one capsule three times a day. If you get hungry between meals, the doctor will help you determine what to snack on between meals. If you find yourself getting hungry then please inform the doctor so that he can help you design a snack program. Rule 4: In order to achieve a balanced metabolism you must incorporate an exercise program that involves aerobic and anaerobic exercise. The doctor will help you design a custom program that will meet your needs and ability.

BALANCED METABOLISM If you are overweight, or suffer from hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), chronic fatigue, mental fatigue, diet related diabetes or high cholesterol, the Balanced Metabolism Program may help you improve your health. Many of these problems respond dramatically to the appropriate management of your eating habits. Numerous drugs have been created and prescribed for each of the above conditions, but few if any, ever correct the condition, rather they allow you to co-exist with the condition. Society has been conditioned to rely on manufactured drugs to "cure" their problems without lasting results. Little effort is given to correcting the problem, poor dietary habits. Food is one of the most powerful drugs you will ever encounter. Learning how to control hormonal responses to the food that you eat, is the basis of this program. Basic Concepts Balanced Metabolism is a metabolic management concept that was developed to treat dietary hyperinsulinemia. What is dietary hyperinsulinemia? It is simply the overproduction and or secretion of insulin which results in elevated insulin levels in the blood stream. The elevation of insulin in the blood stream then results in hypoglycemia or low blood sugar. Insulin controls your blood sugar (glucose) levels by changing glucose into fat and depositing as fat on your body. What is the main dietary source of glucose?; carbohydrates such as breads, pasta, cereals, rice, potatoes, sugar, fruits, vegetables etc. When these food items are consumed in large quantities, it causes a rapid increase in blood glucose. To adjust for the rapid rise, the pancreas secretes the hormone insulin into the blood stream. Insulin lowers the level of blood glucose by causing excess carbohydrates to be stored as fat. High levels of insulin also shut off the body's ability to utilize the fat stored in the body, which leads to greater fat accumulation. The constant stimulation of the pancreas to produce and secrete insulin can cause it to become hyperactive, and hypersensitive to glucose, and results in secretion of insulin when minimal amounts of carbohydrates are consumed. This dramatically affects the metabolism of the body. Wait a minute, aren't fruits, vegetables and grain products supposed to be good for you and make you healthy?, yes, but, dietary hyperinsulinemia usually results from a diet based on high carbohydrate consumption with minimal protein and fat consumption. Sound familiar? During the last fifteen years the American society has been encouraged to consume more carbohydrates and reduce the amounts of protein and fat in their diet. Numerous studies confirm that society is doing just that. Potatoes, salads, pasta, and other grain products along with "low fat" products have become the "in' foods.

During the same time period, there has been a 32% increase in the number of overweight people. Researchers at the National Institute of Health recently revealed that during the last 7 years, while the dietary intake of saturated fat and cholesterol was decreasing, the average weight of young adults in America has increased by 10 pounds. Obviously, something is seriously wrong with the American diet. Based on research conducted by Gerald Reaven at Stanford University in 1987, it was discovered that about 25% of the normal population had a blunted insulin response to carbohydrates. This means that they could eat excessive amounts of carbohydrates and their blood insulin would not rise rapidly. These people can gorge themselves on carbohydrates and never get fat because their insulin levels are always low. Another 25% of the population had an extremely elevated blood insulin response to carbohydrate consumption, thus causing the production of excessive body fat. All this group has to do is look at carbohydrates and they get fat. They are the group who cannot lose weight and are accused of not having any will power. The problem is they think it is a matter of self control, never realizing that the problem is that they need to balance their carbohydrate consumption with protein and fat. If they follow the normal high carbohydrate, low protein and fat diet, they are doomed to a life of ever increasing weight gain. The remaining 50% of the population had a fairly normal response to carbohydrates, which means, if they eat too many carbohydrates, they will have an elevated blood insulin response and slowly gain body fat. This group is always trying a new diet and will experience temporary weight loss with each new diet , but they slowly gain back the lost weight and even gain additional weight.

The Balanced Metabolism Program is designed for the 75% of the population that has a elevated insulin response to carbohydrates, and or suffers from hypoglycemia. If you are part of this group you will find this program will free you from "yo-yo dieting" and will give you constant and sustainable energy while at the same time allowing you to loss the fat that you have accumulated. What do you do, if you think you are part of the 75% of the population that has trouble with carbohydrate metabolism? Consult with The doctor, and he will help you determine if you will benefit from the Balanced Metabolism Program. You must understand that before beginning this program, the level of your compliance will determine the level of your success, and measurable results. The doctor will determine the amounts of carbohydrates, protein and fats that you should consume each meal. Along with this he will also identify any other nutritional supplements that you may need to maximize your metabolic rate, increase your energy and improve your overall health. Please follow his instructions completely, and if you have any problems please feel free to ask him at any time. To participate in the Balanced Metabolism Program successfully you need to understand and apply the following concepts:

Rule 1: Every time you eat, you must eat equal amounts of carbohydrates and protein, and 1/3 as much fat. FOR EXAMPLE if you eat 20 grams of carbohydrates, then you would also eat 20 grams of protein and 7 grams of fat. The doctor will determine the amount of carbohydrates, protein and fat you should consume each meal, and when you snack. The amounts will always be measured in grams. The amount will vary per person, and is based on your height, weight and activity level. The total amount you need to consume is not absolute, but the concept of equal amounts of carbohydrates and protein and 1/3 as much fat IS ABSOLUTE. In other words you can consume a little more, or a little less each day, depending on your needs, but you must consume all three food groups in the suggested balance.

Rule 2: You must drink at least 64 ounces daily of purified or distilled water. Carbonated water, sweetened mineral water or juices DO NOT COUNT. A lot of the environmental toxins that you are exposed to and absorb each day are stored in your body fat. As you start to burn your fat, these toxins are released and must be flushed from your body. That is why it is extremely important to drink 64 ounces of purified water each day. This will help you to detoxify your body and will help to increase your metabolic rate.

Rule 3: You must consume 3 meals per day and take one capsule three times a day. If you get hungry between meals, the doctor will help you determine what to snack on between meals. If you find yourself getting hungry then please inform The doctor so that he can help you design a snack program.

Rule 4: In order to achieve a balanced metabolism you must incorporate an exercise program that involves aerobic and anaerobic exercise. The doctor will help you design a custom program that will meet your needs and ability. The Balanced Metabolism Formula The formula contains controlled source material including the following: L/Carnatine L/Darcarnitine Chronium Picolinate Lecithin Gota/kola Kelp Adrenal substance Pituitary substance Thyroid substance CoQ10 Calium Stearate Serotonin Extract 6x, 8x, 9x, 12x In a base of Irish Moss This Balanced metabolism formula is designed to help maximize the function of organs and glands that control your metabolism. This formula is designed to give you energy naturally, WITHOUT the use of STIMULATES such as MA HUNG. It also helps to control your appetite, so that you eat less. This formula nutritionally stimulated your glands and organs to function at their peak performance. The combination of balanced eating, exercise and this supplement helps to give you increase energy, stamina and most of all, the loss of body fat. Take 1 capsule 10 minutes before breakfast Take 1 to 2 capsules 10 minutes before lunch Take 1 capsule 10 minutes before dinner CALCULATING YOUR DAILY NEEDS In order to create a program of balanced metabolism that will work for you, have your doctor calculate your daily protein need based on the following items:

Based on your height________, weight_________ and activity level________________.

Now apply the items in the following chart:

Men
Height Small Frame Medium Frame Large Frame Protein gm/Day
5'1" 123-134 (107-115) 126-136 (113-124) 133-145 (121-136) 90 92 94
5'2" 125-131 (110-118) 128-138 (116-128) 135-148 (124-139) 90 92 94
5'3" 127-133 (113-121) 130-140 (119-131) 137-151 (127-143) 91 93 95
5'4" 129-135 (116-124) 132-143 (122-134) 139-155 (131-147) 91 93 95
5'5" 131-137 (119-128) 134 -146 (125-138) 141-159 (133-151) 91 93 95
5'6" 133-140 (123-132) 137-149 (129-142) 145-163 (137-156) 91 93 95
5'7" 135-143 (127-136) 140-152 (133-147) 147-167 (142-161) 92 94 96
5'8" 137-145 (131-140) 143-155 (137-151) 150-171 (146-165) 92 94 96
5'9" 139-149 (135-145) 146-158 (141-155) 153-175 (150-169) 92 94 96
5'10" 141-152 (139-149) 149-161 (145-160) 156-179 (154-174) 92 94 96
5'11" 144-155 (143-153) 152-165 (149-161) 159-183 (189-179) 92 94 96
6'0" 147-159 (147-157) 155-169 (153-170) 163-187 (163-184) 94 96 98
6'1" 150-163 (151-162) 159-173 (157-175) 167-192 (168-189) 94 96 98
6'2" 153-167 (155-166) 162-177 (162-180) 171-197 (173-194) 96 98 100
6'3" 157-171 (159-170) 166-182 (167-185) 176-202 (177-199) 98 100 102

Women
Height Small Frame Medium Frame Large Frame Protein gm/Day
4'9" 99-108 (89-95) 106-118 (93-104) 115-128 (101-116) 80 82 84
4'10" 100-110 (91-98) 108-120 (95-107) 117-131 (103-119) 80 82 84
4'11" 101-112 (93-101) 110-123 (98-110) 119-134 (106-122) 82 84 86
5'0" 103-115 (96-104) 112-126 (101-113) 122-137 109-125) 84 86 88
5'1" 105-118 (99-104) 116-129 (104-116) 125-140 (112-128) 86 88 90
5'2" 108-121 (102-110) 118-132 (107-119) 128-144 (115-131) 88 90 92
5'3" 111-124 (105-113) 121-135 (110-123 ) 131-148 (118-135) 90 92 94
5'4" 114-127 (108-116) 124-138 (113-127) 134-152 (122-139) 90 92 94
5'5" 128-136(118-121) 123-141 (116-130) 137-155 (125-142) 90 92 94
5'6"137-145 (121-124) 123-144 (119-133) 140-158 (128-145) 92 94 96
5'7" 146-153 (124-127) 126-147 (122-136) 143-161 (131-148) 92 94 96
5'8" 154-162 (127-130) 129-150 (125-139) 146-164 (134-151) 92 94 96
5'9" 163- 171 (130-133) 132-153 (128-142) 149-167 (137-154 92 94 96
5'10" 172-180 (133-136) 135-155 (131-145) 152-170 (140-157) 94 96 98
5'11" 181-189 (136-139) 138-158 (134-148) 155-173 (143-160) 94 96 98
6'0" 191-197 (139-142) 141-161 (137-151) 158-173 (146-163) 94 96 98

Activity Level Co-efficient
Level 1 Subtract 10% protein intake per day
Level 2 Use chart precisely
Level 3 Add 10% protein intake per day

After making this determination, you can apply it to the food charts included. It is recommended that you consume the following amount of protein, carbohydrates and fat in grams PER

MEAL:

BREAKFAST
_______ grams of protein
_______grams of carbohydrates
_______ grams of monounsaturated fat

MID MORNING SNACK
_______ grams of protein
_______grams of carbohydrates
_______ grams of mono-unsaturated fat

LUNCH
_______ grams of protein
________grams of carbohydrates
_______grams of mono-unsaturated fat

MID AFTERNOON SNACK

_______ grams of protein
_______grams of carbohydrates
_______ grams of mono-unsaturated fat

DINNER
_______ grams of protein
_______grams of carbohydrates
_______ grams of mono-unsaturated fat

If you have questions, consult with a Certified Health Provider..

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