Protein — Muscle

PROTEINS

Protein has the highest Thermal-Burn of all foods,
increasing your metabolism by up to a whopping 20-30%.
POW! (That just happened…)

You see, protein is a very complex nutrient, so for
every 1,000 calories of protein you eat, your body will
use up to 300 calories to digest and process this
macro-nutrient.

This means you’re only netting about 700 calories for
every 1,000 calories you eat of protein.

So, you’re getting 300 “free calories.” (They’re gone… just
like magic.)

Protein also helps to build muscle (along with exercise),
and for every pound of muscle you add, you will burn
approximately 50 extra calories per day. Five
pounds will burn 250 calories per day. You get the picture.

Pretty cool, huh?

And here’s something even cooler… the “Thermal Burn”
of some natural foods is so high that they don’t even
register on the caloric scale. They’re “FREE Foods” that
you can practically eat all day without gaining an ounce.

Now, to back track a bit; I’m not suggesting that you
eat ONLY protein in an attempt to increase your metabolism.
(Cluck, cluck… another chicken breast anyone?)

No, not at all.

But what I am saying is that eating specific “Thermal-Burn
Meals” that combine precise amounts of protein, slow-absorbing
carbs, and a dollop of good fat, (love that word…dollop), will
help boost your mangled metabolism, crush cravings brought on
by nutrient deficiencies, and slash unattractive stomach fat.

The bottom line is that you’ll be able to eat MORE delicious
food, but with a lower calorie impact. More bang for your buck.
And I don’t know about you, but I LOVE eating, so this is
a very exciting way accelerate your results.

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