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An ex­pert on food sen­si­tiv­i­ties helps you and which will set your me­tab­o­lism free!

Woman's World - - Natural Health -

Decades ago, nu­tri­tion­ist Lyn- Genet Recitas fi rst no­ticed that black beans and salmon seemed to cause “in­stant weight gain” for a num­ber of di­eters at her New York clinic. To fig­ure out why, she be­gan care­fully track­ing her clients’ in­take and por­ing over sci­en­tific re­search. Ul­ti­mately, she learned that— due to our genes, life­style choices, even bac­te­ria in our guts—“we each have unique body chem­istry that can re­act in very dif­fer­ent ways to the same food. What’s nu­tri­tious and slim­ming for one trig­gers in­flam­ma­tion and weight gain in oth­ers.” Recitas used this knowl­edge to help thou­sands cre­ate ex­tremely ef­fec­tive per­son­al­ized di­ets, grab­bing the at­ten­tion of Dr. Oz. “I was so in­ter­ested be­cause many folks out there are do­ing all the right things but still gain­ing weight,” Dr. Oz said. Hid­den in­flam­ma­tory re­ac­tions to Greek yo­gurt, turkey and even as­para­gus help ex­plain why. “Sur­pris­ingly, it’s of­ten the healthy foods mak­ing you fat!” Is­rael’s mas­sive Per­son­al­ized Nu­tri­tion Project yielded the same con­clu­sion. While track­ing 800 vol­un­teers at over 46,000 sit­tings, sci­en­tists found that iden­ti­cal meals cause se­vere and in­flam­ma­tory blood-sugar spikes for some but no spike at all for oth­ers. And study head Eran Se­gal, PH.D., now says an ap­proach like Recitas’ is key to suc­cess­ful weight loss!

Adds Recitas: “I can per­son­ally lose weight while eat­ing cheese by the boat­load, but I gain a pound if I have a sin­gle egg. Oth­ers tell me they lose while eat­ing burg­ers but not chick­peas; pizza but not green beans. It’s about fi nd­ing the right foods for your body. Once you do, weight melts away.” Devo­tees of Recitas’ lat­est book, The Me­tab­o­lism Plan, say they’ve lost 14 pounds in 4 days, 30 pounds in 6 weeks and up to 170 pounds in all. How

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