Master Your Metabolism!

We all have that one friend, you know what I’m talking about. The one person who can eat whatever they want and not gain a single pound. So what gives? How do you freely manage your weight even if you don’t have time to exercise, you’re done with cutting calories and you even like to socialize? The answer is body composition.
Follow my top 3 tips so that you can master your body’s metabolism.
Step number 1: You need to calculate your basal metabolic rate. That is your ability to burn calories. Now there are professional places that will calculate that for you but you can also go on the internet and calculate that yourself, while it’s not as accurate it gives you a close enough number.
Step number 2: You need a scale that not only calculates your total weight but it also tells you your body fat percentage. For females normal is below 28 and for men it’s below 20. If you’re above that, that’s enough of a clue that your body is actually in storing mode rather than burning mode.
And finally step number 3: it’s all about the quality of calories not so much quantity. Believe it or not you actually need to understand how to eat from a macronutrient standpoint – carbs, fats and proteins and a micronutrient standpoint iron vitamin D, vitamin C, what you need to do is to calculate exactly what you need to eat and match it to your physical activity, your height, your genetics, your gender all of this plays a role. I know it gets complex but as a medical weight loss doctor we have crafted that formula and it is done for you.
If you would like a free virtual consultation so that we can help you get on the right plan click here and schedule your free consultation. We’ll really identify how your metabolism works what has been keeping you stuck and finally unlock what you need so that again you can freely manage your weight even if you don’t have time to exercise and cut calories.
I’ll see you soon!
Dr. Angela Tran D.O.
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