Metabolic Damage Program
METABOLIC DAMAGE RECOVERY PROGRAM
Metabolic damage is, what the name suggests: a damaged metabolism, usually caused by a prolonged excessive calorie-reduction combined with excessive physical activity. You‘re consuming 1000 calories a day, have been doing hours of cardio every single day for months and yet you’re not losing any weight. In fact, you’re even gaining weight.
If that is you – here is the right program for you!
This program can be done both online or with me personally. I'm trying to reach as many women as I possibly can to help with the recovery of mind, body and soul.
Metabolic Damage Symptoms
Not sure if you have Metabolic Damage?
Check out the list below.
If you have more than a hand full of symptoms that occur you may have metabolic damage.
Difficulty losing weight despite eating less and exercising more
Weight gain despite a religious diet and exercise regiment, especially in the abdomen area
Having been on a low carb diet for a longer period (3 months or more, on less than 100 grams of carbohydrates per day)
Having been on any kind of diet for a longer period (3 months or more, on less than 1500 calories per day)
Weight fluctuation or weight gain on 2,000 calories a day for women and 2500 calories a day for men
Non-sustainable weight at more than 200 grams of carbohydrates per day for women and 300 grams of carbs per day for men
Binge eating due to strong food cravings (especially binging on refined carbohydrates)
Extreme fatty, salty or sugary cravings, especially late at night
Development of a suddenly very poor digestion.
Symptoms such as intolerance, bloating, constipation after eating carbohydrates, protein or fats.
Having a hard time digesting meals high in carbohydrates
(usually followed by abdominal bloating after a meal or even days after, excessive flatulence, chronic fatigue etc...)
Irregular or even an absent menstrual cycles and a sudden strong low sex drive
Insomnia, trouble to fall asleep or complete sleep deprivation
Unusual daytime fatigue with high energy towards the evening
Extreme fatigue in the morning, despite unusually long hours of sleep.
Unusual mood swings, nervousness, and irritability
Anxiety and/or depression