Eat Lite! Eat Right with Linda – Learn 3 ways to reduce your fatigue and increase your energy.
Food: Live Lite with Linda
- Food as fuel
- Food as fun
- Food as medicine
- Food as stress relief
- Food as social time
Regardless of how you see your food Linda will offer you new insights into:
- Making food preparation easier
- Creating dishes that energize you
- Eliminating foods that fatigue you
- Make dishes that are balanced and easy to eat
Wild rice and broccoli optimizes your health, and leads to a new invigorating lifestyle resulting in successful long term weight management. It is backed by over 25 years of scientific study and is managed by dedicated physicians and nutritional scientists.
The foundation of the program is metabolic balance’s unique capability to develop a truly personalized nutrition plan based upon an in-depth analysis of your unique blood values, medical history and personal likes and dislikes. Your personalized nutrition plan acts as your “road-map”, indicating exactly which natural foods you should eat in order to orchestrate the biochemical changes needed for reaching your desirable weight and health goals.
Metabolic balance® is 100% natural! There are no prescribed injections, pills, shakes, or proprietary foods. Nor, as with some diets, are you required to keep “points” or count calories. Your local grocery store and farmers market can easily provide all the wholesome nutrient rich foods listed on your personalized nutrition plan.
Who is Linda Procopio:
Linda specializes in Metabolic Balance Weight Management with men and women to transform their lives. With over 28 years of practical experience, Linda is always on the leading edge of exciting and proactive approaches to personal health. She obtained her certificate in Raj Yoga Meditation from the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual Organization Centre in Toronto. Her objective is to help others stay motivated to reach their weight management goals. Linda empowers, inspires, and motivates individuals to take control of their health.
P.S. Michael shares If only I knew how to spell Artichoke. 😉