It is possible to lose weight quickly and safely. The fitness industry wants you to believe it takes years and the supplement industry will try to convince you it takes a week; both financially motivated but essentially wrong.
(PRWEB) April 13, 2015
“Most of what we know about weight loss is a lie,” says Lynn, who has devoted nearly three decades of her career to personal training, specializing in metabolic weight loss and performance nutrition. “It is possible to lose weight quickly and safely. The fitness industry wants you to believe it takes years and the supplement industry will try to convince you it takes a week; both financially motivated but essentially wrong.”
In her book, Lynn dispels some of these lies including government-standardized serving sizes, acceptable fat intake, excessive supplementation, the mind-body-connection, over-exercising and one of the most enormous lies of them all: that you can’t lose weight quickly and safely.
The problem started when nutrition labeling on packages became standardized in 1994, a U.S. Department of Agriculture task force used answers from the two previous Nationwide Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (known as the NHANES) to determine how much a typical person eats at one time. These averaged amounts are known within the industry as "reference amounts customarily consumed per eating occasion."
In other words, the current serving size on a bag of chips is a reflection of one's fellow citizens' eating habits -- as they were between 1978 and 1988, when the two NHANES data were released - See here http://1.usa.gov/1Nv1gpX.
“It really comes down to your metabolism,” says Lynn. “If you can super-charge your metabolism you will experience radical weight loss.”
“The Metabolism Solution” is a comprehensive, step-by-step guide to unlocking the body’s internal intelligence to shed weight quickly and safely. Lynn’s book specifies metabolism boosting foods, supplements, exercises and relationships in addition to featuring more than 100 thermogenic recipes that will burn as many calories as it takes to digest the meal in one sitting.
Lynn’s approach to her leaner lifestyle series is motivated from her own struggles with weight loss. Growing up in a home of addictive behaviors, Lynn says food was her drug of choice to mollify feelings of anger, frustration and spiritual and emotional voids. She tried every weight loss plan available and even joined Overeaters Anonymous before crossing paths with internationally renowned fitness expert and founder of Men’s Fitness magazine, Dr. Fred Hatfield (a.k.a: Dr. Squat), who transformed Lynn’s weight loss approach and was instrumental in her more than forty-pound weight loss.
“The Metabolism Solution,” is a culmination of Lynn’s learnings from Dr. Hatfield and her own experience and research from the past three decades in discovering specific foods, science-based supplements, exercise techniques and relationships that can speed the metabolism for radical weight loss. Lynn’s book captures her own success story along with the success stories of her diverse portfolio of clientele including professional bodybuilders, models, actors, CEOs and real-world people throughout the country. To purchase the book visit: http://bit.ly/1Eiei4v, http://www.amazon.com and http://www.lynfit.com.
About Lisa Lynn:
Lisa Lynn has gained plenty of experience in the fields of fitness and nutrition. Coupled with all of her practical experience, she has earned four educational certificates from the International Sports and Sciences Association's Professional Division including: Certified Fitness Trainer, Specialist in Performance Nutrition, Fitness Therapy and Elite Trainer. She is a regular guest as a nutrition and fitness expert on numerous shows such as The Doctor Oz Show, Fox News, and The Martha Stewart Show, as well as a featured expert in many notable publications. Her clients range from professional bodybuilders, models, actors, CEOs, and real-world people all around the country. Lisa is passionate about helping people live healthy lifestyles that are actually sustainable in the real world in any way she can.