Why Weight Loss Nutrient-Based Nutrition?
To lose weight, you need to eat the right quantity and quality sources of food. Nutrient deficiencies from poor quality food choices are a common factor in weight gain and by eating whole foods rich in weight loss promoting nutrients, you may be able to optimize weight loss results. The Nutrevo Body weight loss nutrient-based nutrition plan takes a 5-step approach in naturally helping you lose weight by focusing on targeted nutrients:
Focus 1: Natural Appetite Suppression
Intense cravings and appetites can lead to the downfall of any weight loss program. Specific nutrients which are commonly found in whole foods such as tyrosine, vitamin B6 and others can naturally help kick cravings to the curb.
Focus 2: Natural Blood Sugar Balance
Stabilizing blood sugar levels is crucial to stopping the process of your body creating more fat. Excessive high-glycemic carbohydrates force your body to create more fat by spiking glucose and insulin levels. Insulin is a fat-promoting hormone. When your body is in overdrive converting glucose to fuel, the downfall could be blood sugar imbalances and excessive fat development.
Focus 3: Natural Fatoxification
Once you train the body to stop creating additional fat, the need to metabolize and detoxify extra fat is needed. Hormones such as insulin, cortisol, and estrogen hold onto fat in the body. By infusing specific nutrients into your nutrition plans, you can naturally help your hormones to release excess fat. Then by eating nutrient-rich foods, you can assist your body’s detoxification system to naturally eliminate the fat out of the body.
Focus 4: Natural Metabolism Boost
Losing weight, along with the biological aging process, slows your body’s metabolism over time. Nutrient-based nutrition infuses foods clinically shown to naturally increase metabolism. The thermogenic effect of foods can boost daily metabolism by almost 10%!
Focus 5: Natural Lean Muscle Preservation
Stepping on a scale, losing 30 pounds, and looking in the mirror to not like what your body looks like is the result of losing muscle and not fat. Excess skin, nagging belly fat, and poor definition are all associated with the loss of muscle mass. Specific nutrients can help increase muscle mass, preserve lean muscle, and decrease fat mass as you lose weight.