How It Works…

Just one Core Fat Loss meal is powerful enough to trigger fat loss, focus your mind, and satisfy your appetite. The Core Fat Loss plan offers you a wide range of benefits, without deprivation. The Core Fat Loss plan works by providing you with a steady flow of carbohydrates 24/7.  As it turns out, carbohydrates are the primary source of fuel for your brain and central nervous system. In fact, your brain runs on carbohydrates the same way a car runs on gas. You cannot even have a thought or take a step without having carbohydrates in your system.

Maintaining a steady supply of carbohydrates in your bloodstream is the central premise of the Core Fat Loss plan because once your blood-carbohydrates are stabilized, everything else falls into place. Your brain will happily burn carbohydrates for energy and your muscles will burn excess body fat! Besides your brain and central nervous system, there are many other carbohydrate dependent systems in the body. Cells that exclusively require a constant supply of carbohydrates include:

Cells of the brain and central nervous system.
The cells of the pancreas that manufacture and produce insulin.
Red blood cells that carry oxygen throughout the entire body.
The retina in the back of the eye that respond to light.
The cells of the kidneys that help get rid of waste.

The entire human experience is solely dependent on the amount of carbohydrates found in your bloodstream. Blood-carbohydrates are extremely vital, that going without it for more than 10 seconds will result in unconsciousness, coma and eventually death.  If blood-carbohydrate levels become too low, you will experience hunger, headache, sweating, shakiness, nervousness, disorientation and slurred speech.

While following the Core Fat Loss plan, you will experience increased mental focus, greater physical energy and decreased food cravings. These benefits are attributed to the intricate connection between food and your blood chemistry. When you eat carbohydrates, they’re digested into simple sugars, pass through the wall of the small intestines and then enter the bloodstream. The pancreas senses this rise in blood sugar and secretes the hormone insulin. Insulin drives blood sugar down by pushing it into muscle, fat and liver cells. This effect is counterbalanced by eating protein, which directly causes the secretion of the hormone glucagon. Glucagon raises blood sugar by causing the liver to release its stored sugar (glycogen) into the blood. The simultaneous interaction of these two hormones (insulin vs. glucagon) keeps your blood sugar at a constant level throughout the day.

The Core Fat Loss plan requires that most of your daily carbohydrates come from low glycemic, or slow absorbing fruits, vegetables and whole grains. These types of food are beneficial because they take a longer time to convert into blood sugar, and subsequently less insulin is needed to bring the sugar back down to normal levels. This sustains the availability of sugar and ultimately extends the time between meals. Fast absorbing carbohydrates, on the other hand absorb quickly and command greater amounts of insulin, bringing about greater blood sugar swings.

Like protein and carbohydrates, fat also acts as a potent hormonal regulator within the body. Dietary fat causes the small intestines to release the hormone cholecystokinin (CCK). CCK travels to the brain where it provides you with a feeling of fullness. Feeling satisfied is essential for long term dieting success. Most of your fat should be in the heart-healthy, monounsaturated form. Examples include almond butter, olive oil, nuts, avocado, and guacamole.

A fish oil supplement is strongly suggested while following the Core Fat Loss plan because it contains two types of fat that amplify the effects of a balanced diet. The primary omega-3 fatty acids found in fish oil are eicopentanoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). These fats are essential to life and can not be manufactured by the body. Scientists initially called these fats “vitamin F,” (for fat) an old term that shouldn’t be lost. Benefits of omega-3 fats include improved skin and hair, improved cholesterol profile, improved sleep and a decreased risk for inflammatory conditions like heart disease, arthritis and auto-immune disease.

Exercise is a major component to the Core Fat Loss lifestyle. Meal timing strategies need to be followed during times of activity to enhance performance and to maximize fat loss. Treadmills and stationary bikes can tell us how many calories we burn while performing a physical activity for a given amount of time, yet they cannot tell you what you are burning. Muscle cells can burn carbohydrates or fat. What they burn depends on your hormonal levels.  A person who exercises moderately for longer than 20 minutes begins to use less glucose and utilize more fat as fuel. But what did this person just eat? A high carbohydrate meal eaten before the gym will cause insulin to rise in the bloodstream. Insulin causes muscle cells to burn sugar instead of fat. This will increase the amount of time it takes to shift your body into a fat burning mode. If you show up at the gym with stabilized blood sugar (and therefore stabilized insulin) you can start burning fat right away. You may not have to wait 20 minutes to achieve fat loss! The Core Fat Loss lifestyle leads to lifelong hormonal control, plus multiple anti-aging benefits and an education of food that is worth its weight in gold.

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