Tag: metabolism

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

Universal Diet for Everybody – Nope!

Matching your diet to your genetic profile may be the single most important change you can make to manage your health. 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

FODMAPs Diet for Better Gut Health

FODMAPs are different types of carbohydrates found in fruits, vegetables, grains, and dairy and what makes them special is the fact that they are fermentable. 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

How Sugar Is Metabolized

In this article you are going to know that Type II diabetes is curable 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 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 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

Podcast 114 about Your Waistline and Metabolic Type

Obesity or excess weight is often caused by not eating right to one’s body type, following the genetic heritage, and matching the calorie input with the output. Leptin management through the ketogenic diet is often the best remedy for excess weight. Read More