There’s been about 70,000 different diets over the past 100 years, so what’s with all the weight gain?
When you go to a doctor, they tell you about dieting and to exercise more. Well, the Institute treats marathon runners that are crossing the finish like of a 26.2 mile race and they’re still chubby. Why’s that? Everyone that finishes a marathon should be rail thin, right? The same goes for triathletes and long distance swimmers. These people are chubby for a reason and it’s tied to hormonal levels.
An athletes diethigh in carbohydrates while they’re training will cause an imbalance in the intestinal track.The new research shows that if your intestinal track is out of balance, you’re not gonna pull nutrients out of food and you’re gonna put on body fat. So, the million dollar question is…
What doctor is looking at the intestinal track when it comes to weight gain?
For the majority of Americans, theanswer is “Not Mine”.
So, now they’ve got us thinking the solution is all aboutcalories in vs calories outwith more exercise. If you’re 7 feet tall or 4 feet tall, they say it’s hormonal, but if you’re 3 feet wide, they say you eat too much. As a society, we’ve always thought that people who were overweight ate too much food and that’s all wrong. The real answer is not that they are eating too much, but that they are nutrient deficient. This a myth that we have to change.
At the Institute of Nutritional Medicine & Cardiovascular Research, our focus is to detect specific nutrient and hormonal deficiencies, develop programs that safely enhance metabolic functions and to prevent disease and improve the quality of life in the general population. Contact us today to find out how we can help you!