What is metabolic Balance?

Metabolic Balance is a food and nutrition plan based on an individual’s medical history, blood chemistry, and food likes & dislikes. Each metabolic balance client will have bloodwork done at Lifelabs, where 36+ different blood values will be analyzed.

Once the information is collected, it is entered into our metabolic balance database and sent to our team of medical doctors and nutritional scientists. They will analyze the data, and create YOUR food plan. After that, the foods selected are based on each individual’s blood results and medical history.

How Are The Foods Selected?

They select foods according to each individual’s needs. And they base the pairings on what nutrients you have too little of, and which you have too much of. For instance, those who suffer from joint and muscle pain will not have eggs on their meal plan. Because, eggs promote inflammation. They contain an omega 3 fatty acid called arachidonic acid, which is what promotes the inflammation. Another example is individuals with blood sugar problems, they may be limited to the amount of fruits they can eat. And so on…You get the picture!

What’s The Point Of A Metabolic Balance Plan?

The purpose of this plan is to provide YOUR body with what it nutritionally needs. So your body can make the necessary hormones it needs to work more efficiently. Because of this, you’ll notice more energy, better digestion and improved sleep.

What Can It Help With?

Metabolic Balance can help with:

  • Type 2 Diabetes
  • High cholesterol
  • High blood pressure
  • Non-alcoholic fatty liver
  • Atherosclerosis
  • Gas, bloating, indigestion, heartburn, GERD, and gastritis
  • Constipation and diarrhea
  • IBS, Colitis, Crohn’s and celiac
  • PMS and Menopause
  • PCOS and insulin resistance
  • Weight loss

“Food is a powerful medicine.”

The metabolic balance program is available via our in house natural nutritionist, Aylin. For more information on the balance plan, visit our nutrition page.

To better assess your needs, above all, it’s always best to come into our office for an initial assessment. You can even reach out to us by email. If you are ready to book an appointment, feel free to call in, email, or use our online booking portal.

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