180 Degree Metabolism Review
What You Should Know
180 Degree Metabolism is an ebook and six hour audio seminar created by independent health researcher and author Matt Stone. In the book, he shows you how you can restore your metabolism after years of damage from extreme diets. It is an ebook available for $39.95.
List of Ingredients
180 Degree Metabolism has two phases. The first phase primes your metabolism, and allows you to eat “as much food as you want” while avoiding exercise. If you’re eating healthy foods, or the right foods, this shouldn’t be a problem, but if you make the wrong dietary choices, then you could be faced with weight gain. In fact, some people who stick to reasonable amounts of produce, lean protein, and healthy fat, could still see weight gain. He does say you should limit your sugar intake, but complex carb consumption is highly encouraged. In the second phase, you will eat three evenly sized and evenly spaced meals a day, each containing anywhere from 20 to 40 grams of protein, based on your current size and goals. After 30 days, you need to take a break from dieting no matter how good you feel, or where you are in your progress. This keeps your metabolism from getting used to the “weight loss.” The last stage is learning how to eat and what to eat, so you can keep the weight coming off and then maintain it.
- 180 Degree Metabolism may help repair metabolism damage.
- This is a flexible dietary program that does not require dieters to eliminate any one food or food group.
- 180 Degree Metabolism does not promote exercise.
- The recommended caloric intake is too high for small or inactive women.
- There is not a vegetarian meal plan.
- The meal plan is high in saturated fats.
- Some dieters may experience weight gain during the first phase.
- It make take a while before you start to see results.
- Maintenance guidelines are vague.
180 Degree Metabolism helps dieters to understand how they could have been damaging their metabolism with extremely low calorie diets, and helps to get them off the yo-yo-dieting cycle. However, the program does have some flaws. While it may help to heal the metabolism to make weight loss easier, it could promote weight gain. Rather than using this program, we recommend using a clinically proven safe and effective appetite suppressant and/or fat burner in conjunction with a reduced calorie, nutritionally balanced diet, and regular cardiovascular and strength training exercises. While you can lose weight without exercise, it is not as easy, or healthy.