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Change Your Lifestyle for 2015

The Imsyser team have dedicated themselves to assisting our clients in one of the largest endemics ever – weight gain – worldwide! We will be sharing articles regularly and keeping our clients updated on our amazing 3 step nutritional course to achieve optimal health.

Metabolic rates are declining in all ages (think of the tuck foods we prepare for our children for school!!!) as a result of the over-consumption of whole grains, even foods supposedly classified as being high in fibre such as:

  1. 100% Whole Wheat Bread
  2. Whole Grain Pasta
  3. Bran flakes and other Wheat-based “Fibre” Cereals
  4. Whole Wheat Tortillas and Wraps

Despite having more fibre than ‘white’ counterparts, these foods destroy your blood sugar and give rapid rise to the fat-storing hormone insulin (tests done prove that 2 slices of whole wheat bread raise blood sugar far higher than a can of sugar-sweetened soda or even a sugary candy bar!!). Wheat of today is nothing like the wheat of generations ago- wheat is genetically modified by the food industry, mutated, and exposed to industrial toxins and radiation to force an unnatural higher yield at the expense of your health!!

These harmful wheat products and the many processed co-foods are a major cause of the raging obesity epidemic in the western society. Because these foods are so rapidly digested, they provide hardly any metabolic benefit during digestion, resulting in less than optimal metabolic rates, and ever-expanding bellies world-wide.

In difficult times where we all are on the run, take careful consideration in preparing with natural alternatives( visit your local health shop for more) and remember ‘going green’ is always a good way to start a healthy lifestyle.

The Imsyser team are dedicated to helping improve and change lifestyle for 2015!!!

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