Metabolism Slows Down With Age

Your Metabolism Slows Down As You AgeWatch those calories because as you get older, your metabolism will slow down — approximately 5% every decade. A slower metabolism is a natural part of aging; so, to maintain a stable weight, adjust your caloric intake and/or physical activity. If someone needs 1,500 calories a day to maintain his or her body weight at age 40, they will need about 1425 calories a day at age 50… that is, if they do not change anything else. – Madelyn H. Fernstrom, PhD, CNS, UPMC

We’re all getting older… so what’s the solution?

The textbook answer is to increase lean muscle mass and reduce body fat.  Doing this will boost your metabolism and help your body burn more calories.  But this is often much harder than it might seem. Many people find themselves in a position where they have too much weight to simply start exercising. Or they may be recovering from injuries and/or have medical conditions that may be inhibiting them.

The Liquid Amino Diet is the perfect solution for many of these people.

(Of course, if you’re on any medication you need to consult with your prescribing physician before starting this diet)

Our solution is to dedicate yourself to the Liquid Amino Diet plan and you can lose up to a pound a day, and build lean muscle mass at the same time—losing that kind of weight can go a long way toward motivating a person to continue their new, healthy lifestyle. Following this plan will teach you how to eat a clean and balanced diet.

Would that kind of weight loss motivate you to continue a healthy lifestyle?

I think for many of us the answer is YES!  Now is the time to make a change in your life!

Health coaches are available to answer your questions and help you place your order.  Call 1-800-980-7208 to speak with one today.

 

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