The goal of the Insulite System Nutrition and Exercise
Plans is based on changing your existing behavior patterns
to help reverse the symptoms of Insulin Resistance-linked excess weight and obesity. Research shows
that the majority of people fail when they attempt to make major
behavioral changes in their lives, like quitting smoking and
drinking or losing weight by changing their nutrition and starting
a new exercise program. You may have been one of these people.
Why the answer is based on scientific research? From
a neurological standpoint, the reason that you behave the way you
do is because groups of neurons and connections in your brain are
directing your actions. The only way to transform your existing
behavior patterns is to change these established neural connections
that are called neural networks.
Research shows that the most effective way to change existing
neural networks, and therefore the behaviors that they direct,
is gradually. You did not develop the neural networks that direct
your behavior patterns regarding nutrition and exercise overnight.
It is unreasonable to assume you will change them overnight.
The only way to obtain long term change is to start now to slowly
alter the existing neural pathways that are directing your negative
behaviors. The Insulite Excess Weight and Obesity System Nutrition and Exercise
Plans are primarily designed to help you start to alter the neural
networks that are the basis of negative lifestyle decisions. Contrary
to popular belief, changing lifestyle components like nutrition
and exercise is less about will power and more about persistence.
Will power will not alter neural patterns. Your change in behavioral
routine will make a difference!
You are not looking for perfection. It will take time to alter
the existing networks that are now directing your negative behavior
patterns. Our recommendation to you is just keep at the program.
Whether you miss a day or a week, just keep coming back to the
program. Persistence is what will ultimately help alter your negative
behaviors. Eventually you will notice that your lifestyle changes
will become almost effortless because you will start to feel so
much better. Again, remember that persistence is the key!
Carbs: Tackling The Culprit!
Carbohydrates and the glucose they produce are the source of dietary
energy for the human body. You can't function properly for long
without some carbohydrate intake. The trouble is that carbs are
addictive. If you've ever tried to give them up completely for
awhile, you'll know what we mean. Research shows that, contrary
to popular belief, it is not the fat in our diet that makes us
overweight but the amount of carbohydrates we eat.
The Insulite System Nutrition Plan focuses on carbs
as the main culprit in causing weight gain as a result of Insulin
Resistance. The Plan advocates a high-protein, low-carbohydrate
diet, with lots of green vegetables and fruits.
We don't have an "induction phase" where you're deprived
of all carbs and are just eating protein and fat. We ask that you
lower your carbohydrate intake from where you are now and slowly
persevere in reducing it each week, so it doesn't feel like such
a shock to your system. You will soon notice that your old carb
cravings will subside and your weight will drop, helping to reverse
your symptoms of Insulin Resistance.
Human genetic make-up has developed over a time period of 3 million
years and it is not designed to cope with the barrage of carbohydrates
that we now consume via fast foods, pasta dinners and the like.
From an evolutionary standpoint, these meals are a very new source
of nourishment. Until farmers began cultivating grains such as
wheat and corn 5,000 years ago, our nutrition consisted mainly
of fruits, green leafy vegetables and meat. Carbohydrates in the
form of grains were rare.
Geneticists say it will take close to 100,000 years for our genetic
make-up to adapt to the nutrition that the average person consumes
today, which is 70% carbohydrates. Until then, the only way to
ensure balanced insulin and glucose levels, which ensure good health
and ideal weight, is to reduce our carbohydrate intake.
The Insulite Nutrition Plan is scientifically-designed to reduce
carbohydrate cravings while addressing their addictive qualities.
Making Movement a Part of Your Day
The key to the Insulite System's Exercise Plan is
its gradual implementation. If you don't exercise now, or exercise
very little, you have become accustomed to a sedentary lifestyle.
As we've said previously, on a scientific level this means that
you have adapted pathways in your brain that make you feel comfortable
living without exercise. While these pathways, called neural networks,
may be telling you not to exercise, this sedentary course or inaction
is the worse thing you could do in your fight against weight gain,
Insulin Resistance-linked excess weight and obesity.
Moderate exercise is a vital component.
Our Exercise Plan is designed to help you exchange your old, negative
lifestyle of little or no exercise with one that has moderate exercise
as a primary component. Once you have made exercise a regular part
of your healthy new regime, you are likely to find yourself becoming
more energetic and ambitious about new ways to keep fit.
If, however, you find you are not losing weight at first, don't
despair. Regular exercise can help you become fitter even if you
Neural networks that represent a non-exercise lifestyle are not
easily changed. It took you years to develop those neural pathways
that dictate your sedentary lifestyle. It will take some time to
alter them to the point where they support you.
The Insulite System Exercise Plan looks extremely
simple... and it is. But its goal is very scientific: namely to
change the neural pathways that instruct you "not to move" so
that, instead, they reinforce movement as a primary part of your
Increase Your Metabolism
Exercise helps to increase the insulin sensitivity of your cells,
which allow you to use glucose more efficiently. As a result, it
can help reverse the symptoms of Insulin Resistance
as well as enhance long-term weight-loss.
Exercise also plays an important role in reducing weight by lowering
insulin levels and creating calorie-burning muscle, which increases
your metabolic rate even while you are not exercising.
To succeed with the Insulite System for Excess Weight and Obesity, you will need
to exercise regularly.
There are no gimmicks or tricks. The
requirements are moderate and very gradual. Rapid weight loss is
not healthy. But, if you would like more than gradual change, we
have also outlined an alternative program for you to follow. Success
is enhanced with persistence, consistency and long term adherence
to either approach.
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