Tag: metabolic typing

Personalized Plan

Achieve optimal health based on your genetic metabolic type Read More

Food Freedom Forever: a book review

There are three steps in your Food Freedom cycle Reset, Freedom, and Setback (don’t confuse a setback with failure, but more on that later). Read More

How to Choose a Diet Program

There is a proven method of determining your best diet program, it is called Metabolic Typing. Read More

Free Online Metabolic Typing

Which nutrient or diet is right for you or for treating a specific condition does not depend on the nutrient itself, but instead on the interaction of the nutrient with the fundamental homeostatic control system directed by your Metabolic Type. Read More

China Study

The China Study was published in the USA, written by T. Colin Campbell; over the years it has become one of the Americas best-selling books about nutrition. Read More

Book: Recipe for Living Without Disease (Part 2)

Book: Recipe for Living Without Disease (Part 2) Read More

Eating for your Body Type is effective

Today, we are mixing all races and all geographic locations in one genetic melting pot. What comes out are children that may be genetically ready to live on the sea shore in Ireland, or in the forests in Germany, or on the beach in equatorial Africa. Read More

The Body Type Diet: Why Do Most Diets Fail?

It is not in the financial interest of the advertisers in mass media to promote it. Read More

Health of French People

The French LOVE food and know how to prepare it and eat it. Here are some of their rules and habits. Read More

Eating Programs

Find the diet that is right for you, one that matches your genetics. Read More

Sugar – Part 3

In this final section, we will talk about sugar addiction, the traps we fall into over and over, and finally, how to escape this dangerous spiral for good. Read More

Sugar – Part 2

Today, we are going to learn more about what it does in our bodies on a chemical level and how it affect our hormonal, metabolic, immune, and mental health. Read More

Sugar – part 1

The story of sugar is a long one, and it is not as sweet as it may seem to be. Sugar can be both friend and enemy, depending on the source and volume consumed. Read More

Too Much Calcium Causes Magnesium Deficiency

Supplementing magnesium will help bind the calcium in your bones, and correct magnesium deficiency itself. Read More

Certified Metabolic Typing Advisor

Martin Pytela announces his accreditation as a Certified Metabolic Typing Advisor. Read More

Body Types and Fat Loss

The diet that makes people healthy and slim depends on the Body Type and the Glandular Dominance. Read More

Metabolic Typing

Metabolic Typing explains the reasons why diets do not work Read More

Metabolic Pathways

Certain diets and nutrients are beneficial or harmful for various diseases and for different metabolic types Read More

Is Food Affecting Your Mood?

Do you have a favorite comfort food? Is there a meal that makes you feel satisfied, calm, not stuffed, but happy and relaxed? Do you feel like eating a sweet breakfast drains your energy and makes you want to crawl back into bed, while two eggs with a slice of bacon gives you solid energy that lasts until lunch break? Read More

Glandular Fitness

The human heart is often seen as the engine running this beautiful and complicated mechanism called the BODY. When our heart is beating, our physical being persists. Once it stops working, we are no longer alive. Read More

Natural Cures for Cancer: A Second Opinion

our current health care system is based on profit and feeds on fear. Read More

Podcast 304 about Metabolic Typing

Martin discusses biological individuality, something that is almost completely ignored by mainstream health practitioners. Read More

Podcast 275 about Food Affecting Your Mood

Moods are affected by the pH balance which is the result of the ratios of carbs fats and proteins on every meal. Read More

Podcast 267 about Martin becoming Certified Metabolic Typing Advisor

Announcing the Metabolic Typing Advisor certification for Martin Pytela and what that means to our customers. Read More

Podcast 247 about Metabolic Typing

Biological Individuality is largely ignored by mainstream health practitioners. And yet, taking it into account will greatly improve individual outcomes. Read More

Podcast 227 about Metabolic Typing Part 3

Manage your health with the knowledge of your Biological Individuality and get much better results than the random approach of the mainstream. Read More

Podcast 226 about Metabolic Typing Part 2

Anxiety level rises with acidity, Depression rises with alkalinity. We can manage that with macronutrient balance. Read More

Podcast 225 about Metabolic Typing Part 1

With MEtabolic Typing we have the tools to clearly identify the diet that is right for your Biological Individuality. Read More

Podcast 224 about Carbs, Fats and Proteins

Managing the balance of macro-nutrients is key to managing the pH balance, and many other physiological processes. Read More

Podcast 215 about Food Addictions

Dieting is not the answer to managing your weight. Life style change is required. Change your ways, change your outcome. Learn what to change and why. Read More

Podcast 210 about Metabolic Typing Part 2

Discover how you may be doing the exact opposite of what your body needs to be healthy. Read More

Podcast 209 about Metabolic Typing Part 1

Learn about the Biological Individuality that make you the unique you, and helps you understand your nutritional requirements. Read More

Podcast 208 about Metabolic Typing

Biological Individuality dictates that we must eat to match our ancestors food patterns. Read More

Podcast 207 about Metabolic Typing and Healthy Pregnancy

Knowing your Metabolic Type makes a big difference – eliminate confusion about what will work and why. Read More

Podcast 118 about A Day In The Life of Life Enthusiast

Obesity is a leading cause of preventable illness and death in North America. In recent years, the number of overweight people in industrialized countries has increased significantly – so much so that the World Health Organization (WHO) has called obesity an “epidemic”. In the United States, over 50% of the population – about 150 million people – are overweight. In Canada, about 40% to 60% of adults have a weight problem. Whatever your situation is, a healthy ideal weight is paramount to living a vibrant life. Read More