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SOURCE: JumpStart Ink | Body Solutions, Inc.
Altman Fitness is selling the Metabolic Typing - Customized Nutrition Plan for people who are having trouble losing weight.
(PRWEB) March 17, 2013
Altman Fitness is making the Metabolic Typing - Customized Nutrition Plan available to a global audience through the company’s website, http://altmanfitness.com/metabolic-typing-purchase-page/ The Metabolic Typing - Customized Nutrition Plan is designed to cater to people who have tried, but failed, to lose weight. The plan costs 299 dollars and includes a 30-minute consult with a Metabolic Typing advisor.
“There are many reasons why someone is trying to lose weight but is not successful. That is what makes Metabolic Typing so important. It holds the key to what each individual person should and should not eat,” said Jay Altman, Certified Metabolic Typing Advisor. “This method has been featured on Dr. Phil and The Doctor Oz Show. It really works because it plan addresses each specific person vs. a trend diet that offers a one-size fits all solution in a very complicated world,”
Traditional metabolic typing uses three categories: protein type, carbo type, and mixed type. “Our plan helps people to determine if they are “protein types” – which are supposed to eat protein- (and fat-) rich diets., “Carb types,” – which do well with a high carb, or “ Mixed types” - who thrive on equal parts proteins, fats and carbs. “Cookie-cutter boot camps and weight loss fads don’t work for the majority of the population. People who want to lose weight give up not because they are lazy- but because they are not being offered a weight loss solution that works. I hope to change this,” continued Altman.
Upon completion of the Metabolic Typing - Customized Nutrition Plan, every person will know how to select just the right “body fuel,” – foods, food combinations and nutrients – that will enable their bodies to function at peak efficiency. More information is available by calling 612-454-6409.
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