Welcome to the 50-Day Challenge

Your final diet program

Educating yourself and creating new lifestyle habits that support your metabolic health means you’ll never need another diet ever again.

Heal your metabolism

We will be learning and practicing nutrition that supports a healthy metabolism. A healthy metabolism is about what you’re made of (your body cells) and supplying yourself with the nutrients you need to keep your cells healthy.

Your body is not a machine; it is an ever evolving, constantly changing, continually healing, living organism, and a healthy life comes at a great cost. To live, you must constantly use up your body cells. The more active and productive you are, the more cells you will burn up in the process.

As your body cells get used up and die off, you metabolism chugs along, hour after hour, day after day, replacing them. Your metabolic health, and ultimately you body composition, depends upon the supplies you eat to replace those cells. The saying, “You are what you eat,” is literally true.

There is no way around it, if you want to have a healthy body you must have a healthy diet. Excess body fat isn’t a symptom of eating junk food, it’s a symptom of not eating enough healthy food.

Prevent Metabolic Disease

Excess body fat is the outwardly visible sign of an unhealthy metabolism, which, over years of neglect, becomes metabolic disease, such as high blood pressure, high triglycerides, high cholesterol, heart disease, diabetes, cancer, arthritis, and much, much more. Preventing metabolic disease, restoring your metabolic health, and restoring your body composition to being healthy and lean, is as simple as eating right.

Change your behavior

Hunger signals and food cravings are part of your metabolic system and the strongest drivers of your behaviors. In June 2014, the symposium on the obesity epidemic at Harvard University stated, “What we feel is not what we eat, rather, what we eat is what we feel and what we do.”

The one and only way to change how you feel and what you think about what you want to eat is by first filling your body with the nutrients that drive your hedonic pathway – the metabolic system that controls how you feel and what you think.

The Schedule

Saturday, February 7th

Your first challenge email will arrive, explaining a healthy, balanced diet. It will explain what you need to do for the week. You will have Sunday to get prepared, and the challenge starts on Monday.

Monday, February 9 to Friday, February 13

Every morning you will receive a page of information in your inbox that will help support your challenge for the week.

Saturday, February 14

Your second challenge’s email will arrive, explaining how to eliminate food cravings that sabotage your food choices. You will have Sunday to get prepared, and the challenge will start on Monday. By the end of your second week, you will have eliminated sugar cravings, leaving only your hunger signals, so you will be able to distinguish when you’re hungry and when you’re having cravings.

Monday – Friday during the challenge

Every morning you will receive a page of information in your inbox that will help support your challenge for the week.

Each Saturday, February 14 – April 11

Your email will arrive with the next challenge that pertains to your metabolic health, and the healthy lifestyle choices that help you stick to it.

April 17

Your 50-Day Challenge will end, but your healthy lifestyle will not. Stick to each challenge for five of seven days of the week.

Learning balance will allow a disciplined, moderate amount of cheating on the weekend. As you clean up your diet, therefore, clean up your cravings, it’ll be easy to not go overboard, and it’ll be easy to get right back on track.

Your balanced diet, paired with a balanced lifestyle, will create your ability to stay on track. 50 days of discipline out of 70 days is all you need to be healthy, feel great, and achieve a lean body.

April 20

Appointments for your second body composition test and metabolic analysis will begin. During your second consultation you’ll see a measured change in your body composition and you’ll learn how your change in nutrition has changed your metabolic health.


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