How to Design Your Healthy Eating Plan

The first step in designing your personal healthy eating plan is to determine your metabolic type. What do I mean by that? Your body’s unique biochemistry requires a certain proportion of healthy proteins, carbohydrates, and fats to perform at your best. This unique makeup is called your metabolism type. Knowing your metabolism type will help you to lose weight quickly, without feeling hungry, once and for all! You’ll feel great and look even better!

Losing Weight the Easy Way, Naturally

Wouldn’t you like to lose all the weight you want, without having to think about each bite of food that goes into your mouth? Once you learn your metabolic type, you can choose the best food for you and the right number of calories to lose or maintain your weight.

No more trying to decide, “Are calories good or bad?” (There’s no such thing!)  No more guesswork about portion sizes or which foods pack on the pounds. Is wheat bread fattening? Depends on your metabolic type and if you know what real whole wheat is. (Hint: seeing “whole wheat” on the label, should send up a red flag. I’ll teach you the difference between sprouted grains and whole grains)

I’m not saying you don’t need to pay attention to calories at all, but I am saying that you can lose weight quickly and permanently without ever being hungry. Your cravings for sugar will stop and you’ll learn when to eat and when to stop eating simply by “listening” to the body’s hunger and satiation cues.

Right now you probably eat for many reasons other than hunger – boredom, social pressure, stress, anger or other emotional responses.

Let’s Get Started with a Healthy Eating Plan

Designing your personal healthy eating plan involves learning to pay attention to your individual needs. I suggest you keep a Success Journal to help pinpoint which foods are best for you. You’ll need to track symptoms that might be related to the foods you eat.

For example, when I feel lethargic soon after eating or hungry an hour later, I know I’ve eaten a food that isn’t good for me (or that my meal didn’t have the correct protein-to-carbohydrate ratio).

When you eat a meal that’s well-balanced for your metabolism type, you’ll feel satiated and energized. And if something you eat makes you feel tired or cranky, or hungry soon after eating it, avoid it.  I don’t want you to be hungry, but I also don’t want you to spend the day feeling overly full. But there will be days when your body need more calories – if you work-out extra hard or are under a great deal of stress. I sometimes find my body needs a little more food if I’m under the weather – more nutrients needed to rev-up my immune system and fight off any illness.

The best weight loss diet is a flexible healthy eating plan tailored to your specific needs. When the pounds melt away and you look and feel better than you ever have before, you’ll understand that optimum wellness starts by choosing to eat real foods. Organic produce, grass-fed meats, raw organic dairy and sprouted whole grains that are full of flavor will be the cornerstone of your healthy eating plan.

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