News 4 San Antonio, interviewed two women about their success losing weight with the NutriMost system.
The first woman was Jen McCommons, a physician assistant. She points out that Nutrimost works by determining how how the client’s metabolism is functioning and the body is working. The program is individualized. That includes their endocrine hormones. And it gives people the tools to keep the weight off, because that’s big issue in all weightloss. People go through a program of some kind, and it works, so they’re happy, until they go off the program and gain all the weight back. With NutriMost, people keep the weight off. Jen says she lost 35 pounds on NutriMost, and a total of 30 inches.
The other woman on the show, Ally Brown, a medical assistant, lost 20 pounds. She went from a size 10 to a size 2.
The way to get started is to go in for a free consultation, and get a body composition analysis. As part of that, they discover what the person’s metabolic age is. The chronological age is calendar age, but metabolic age is physiological.
As an example, Jen said she was 42 chronically when she began the program, but her metabolic age was 77. When someone joins the program, they get a scan does that identifies the foods that body prefers biologically. It also identifies the neurochemical disrupters present. By correcting those disrupters, they make the metabolism go back into healthy balance.
Jen identified energy as one of the side benefits of the program. She used to feel tired and achy after coming home from work, but now nobody can force her sit down.
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