Weight Loss Program in Gatineau

The Metabolic Balance weight loss program differs from other programs by being a personalized approach, based on the result of a blood test.

The word “Metabolic” explains the goal of optimizing the functioning of the metabolism, through the production of hormones and enzymes. While the word “Balance” recalls the importance of maintaining equilibrium.

In other words, Metabolic Balance is all about balancing the metabolism and nourishing the body and cells with the nutrients required specifically for each person. Indeed, unlike other weight loss programs, the primary objective is to optimize the metabolic functions of the body by filling dietary deficiencies, through nutrition, instead of imposing a calorie deficiency, which can cause dietary deficiencies.

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What does your eating plan tell you?

Metabolic Balance is a complete nutritional concept based on individualized support and the creation of a tailor-made diet plan.

Your tailored Metabolic Balance plan tells you:

  • Which foods to favor to provide the nutrients you need.
  • What proportion of these foods should be consumed.
  • Which food combinations are best suited for you.
  • When and how to eat these foods.
  • How to maintain your new eating habits so that your success is sustainable.

Your program is tailor-made!

Each plan is unique because it was created according to:

  • your blood data
  • your measurements
  • your personal information

In addition, Metabolic Balance fine-tunes your nutritional plan to take into account your individual needs and preferences.

For example :

  • allergies and/or intolerances
  • health condition
  • food aversions

The benefits of our weight loss program

The Metabolic Balance program can help you get back in shape and improve your health quickly, while establishing lasting stabilization of your weight. Independent studies have established that the Metabolic Balance program is one of the best nutritional programs available today.

That said, the program can help you beyond reaching a healthy weight. It can also help you:

  • Regulate your hormones and stabilize your blood sugar
  • Repair your metabolism
  • Improve your sleep, energy and mood
  • Improve your digestion
  • Reduce inflammation and pain
  • Reduce seasonal allergies
  • Strengthen your immune system
  • Rediscover a feeling of general well-being

The process of our program

The basic program lasts 20 weeks. During those 20 weeks, you can expect to lose 20 to 40 pounds. The basic program can be adapted according to your objectives.

20 to 40 pounds in 20 weeks

It is the participants who set their own goals, hence the importance of the personalized and individualized program.

Usually, participants lose:

  • 5 to 10 pounds in the first 14 days
  • 4 to 8 pounds per month thereafter

The 4 phases of our weight loss program

The Metabolic Balance program comes in 4 phases. The length of the phases will depend on your personal goals.

Accompaniment and Support

You are not alone!

Remember, your Metabolic Balance advisor is by your side. He is committed to meeting your personal needs. He will guide and support you throughout the program.

Over a million people have successfully participated in the Metabolic Balance program.

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In summary…

The Metabolic Balance program:

  • IS designed to decrease cardiovascular risk factors, fight against overweight and improve quality of life.
  • IS a personalized nutritional program which respects an optimal balance between proteins, lipids and carbohydrates as recommended by the diabetes institutes.
  • IS the result of twenty years of research in nutrition.
  • IS active in 35 countries including Canada.
  • IS NOT a fad diet or a starvation diet.
  • IS NOT based on artificial foods, dietary supplements or injections.
  • WAS designed in Europe by a doctor of internal medicine, specialist in nutrition.
    WAS the subject of an independent comparative study published in December 2010 in the “Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism”.