Be the conductor of your health!

36 blood values and parameters - Indispensable basis for a successful metabolism change

Our metabolism is like an orchestra. All processes interlock and create harmony, but this is out of balance for many people due to improper nutrition.

Find out in the video how you can become the conductor of this orchestra through Metabolic Balance and why a blood analysis is essential before you change your diet.

Experience yourself the effectiveness of the Metabolic Balance metabolism program and find a nutrition expert near you now.

Your blood tells a story about your body

Approx. 5 to 6 litres of blood circulate constantly in the widely-branched network of your blood vessels – to every corner of your body and every organ. Different illnesses can change the amount of cells and substances in the blood – so your blood provides information about the functioning of your organs and organ systems and whether you have inflammations or risks for a disease. For doctors, blood analysis is an indispensable method of ascertaining the condition of your health.

Your blood values can also be used to analyse which nutrients are not present in sufficient quantities or of which the Metabolic Balance participant has enough. Metabolic Balance requires 36 blood values for your individual nutrition plan.

The results of the blood analysis are then evaluated together with your personal details (e.g. any previous illnesses, dietary preferences such as vegetarian, etc.) and the ingredients of the food you consume. All this information forms the basis of your individual Metabolic Balance metabolism plan.

 

What does metabolism mean? In simple terms, it's the foundation of life!

Metabolism is the foundation for all vital body processes. Every second, our organism undergoes biochemical processes of build-up, degradation and transformation by “metabolising” nutrients supplied to our cells. Only in this way can all your vital bodily functions take place.

Elementary processes that are dependent on a functioning metabolism:

  • all growth processes
  • oxygen supply to all organs
  • detoxification processes performed by the liver
  • carbon metabolism, protein metabolism, fat metabolism and mineral metabolism
  • all repair processes

What influence does your metabolism have on your overall wellbeing?

A balanced metabolism is a strong foundation for health and vitality. Metabolic disorders lead to overweight and illnesses such as diabetes. A change in diet, however, brings your metabolism back to its original healthy starting position:  This has a regulating effect on your weight and a positive influence on metabolic diseases.

A metabolism in balance will

  • improve and maintain your health
  • improve your sleep and increase vitality and performance
  • increase your resilience in private and professional life
  • balance your acidity-alkaline ratio
  • achieve and maintain your desired weight
  • give you new energy and a vital charisma
  • increase your overall quality of life

Would you like to learn more about balancing your metabolism and the positive effects it can have on your health?

The highest level of individualization

... with your personal coach

Changing your diet and lifestyle doesn't happen overnight – It’s a process that has its challenges.

That’s why we won't leave you alone... we give you professional, personal and tailor-made support. Experienced doctors, pharmacists, alternative practitioners, nutritionists and therapists trained in our method will help you along the way.

In this way, the plan and the simultaneous care give you support, security and real prospects of success to help you achieve your personal goals in terms of metabolism, weight and health.

Would you like to know more? Then request the free whitepaper “Highest Level of Individualisation” here.

... and by means of anamnesis

In addition to the analysis of the blood values, intensive anamnesis with your personal information on diseases, eating habits or medication intake is necessary for drawing up a serious metabolism and nutrition plan. A modern metabolic plan should not be created without this information.

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