Fat Loss Unlocked, LLC
December 21, 2018
Research shows that fibrous dense nutrients can slow the metabolization of high starch sugars and reduce insulin spikes. Fat Loss Unlocked is a weight management company that understands the needs of its customers. Learn more about weight management with Fat Loss Unlocked.
According to reports at the Center for Disease Control (CDC) obesity - unhealthy or overweight, can lead to a range of medical conditions, from type 2 diabetes to heart disease and possible stroke. Throughout the United States alone, the prevalence of obesity was reported at 39.8% affecting an estimated 9M+ adults. Being overweight just by a few pounds may not seem like a potential problem, especially to those that live active lifestyles. However, understanding the importance of well balanced dietary habits can have a long-term impact on the prevention of obesity and positively influence future medical concerns.
Concerning peace of mind alternatives, a diet that is simply a combination of all foods without concerns of weight gain. Being able to enjoy a variety of foods (high starch included) but also knowing how and when to slow the metabolization of high starch carbohydrates, ultimately reducing insulin spikes.
How does all this work? When done correctly, muscle fibers recover quickly and cells begin signaling the need to either use or store potential energy. Nutritional timing is simple and allows us to enjoy all foods without concerns of unwanted weight gain. Knowing how to combine low & high glycemic foods at certain times can be used advantageously for rapid or slow protein absorption, especially for those looking to add muscular mass or cut body fat.
As well as understanding the differences among proteins and knowing how to target either rapid or slow absorption can be extremely beneficial for both, muscle gain and fat loss. This can be accomplished just by combining basic foods, both low & high glycemic carbohydrates alone.
If you or someone you know is overweight and in need of making a life long adjustment, it helps to understand the science behind the muscle and make necessary changes before it becomes out of control.
From Fat Loss Unlocked:
Brian Price, owner/founder of Fat Loss Unlocked says… “People like to eat a lot and often, okay great but do you eat the right foods before and after so the body can equalize? It’s different at post workout though, try an enzymatic approach with the right mix of sustenance, the body will thank you for it…”
Understanding the Enzymatic Approach
The e-Guide at Fat Loss Unlocked provides evolutionary Weight Management Information, written into a methodical tutorial that depicts what, when, why, and most importantly, how to achieve desired results - Weight Loss and Muscle Gain. Everything’s inside the explanatory e-Guide
Food mixing/timing is simple and allows us to enjoy all foods without concern of weight gain. Knowing how to combine low and/or high glycemic foods at certain times can be used advantageously for rapid or slow protein absorption. Understanding the differences among proteins and targeting either rapid or slow absorption can be extremely beneficial for both, muscle gain and fat loss. Desired results can be accomplished just by combining basic foods alone, both low and high glycemic.
There’s a BIG difference between weight loss and fat loss though, is there a better way to gain muscle and burn fat simultaneously?