Get in shape after the holidays with The Renewal Institute’s most successful diet

Get in shape after the holidays with The Renewal Institute's most successful diet 1

Wanting to shift the weight you’ve picked up over the holidays? Been struggling to shed extra kilos for years? Either way, The Renewal Institute Diet (RID) can help you do it fast!

The RID diet is a doctor-developed low calorie, low GI eating plan enhanced by supplements and human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) injections. If you adhere to the program strictly, women can lose between 5 to 6kg a month while men can lose between 7 and 8kg a month.

Target stubborn fat
Stubborn fat tends to accumulate over time and is usually stored across your belly, bum and thighs. It can be tricky to shift, but the RID diet can help you turn your body into a fat-burning machine as it’s able to improve your sensitivity to insulin. Many people who struggle to lose weight are actually insulin resistant. This means your body has started to ignore the message that insulin sends, which is to remove glucose (sugar) from your blood and put it into your cells where it can be used for energy. Instead of being converted into energy, the sugar turns into fat.

Once insulin resistance starts, your body tries to correct itself by producing yet more insulin. It floods the system where it’s ignored once more, and you become trapped in a vicious cycle that leads to increased weight gain.

Break the cycle
The RID diet’s low GI eating plan helps to dramatically reduce the level of sugar in your blood. This way, you’ve got nothing that can immediately convert to fat. Also, when your body needs energy, it’s forced to burn up its second-best source – your body fat.

The eating plan is also low calorie to speed up weight loss even further, but you don’t have to worry about not getting the nutrition you need. The plan includes high-quality supplements as well as great-tasting shakes. Then there’s the added advantage of the hCG injections. A hormone that’s naturally produced by your body, hCG, helps to boost your metabolism, reduces hunger cravings and aids the loss of fat, not muscle. A doctor will be overseeing your weight loss journey every step of the way. None of our RID patients walk alone. They’re always monitored by a team that includes one of our doctors, nurses and highly-skilled therapists.

What’s great about the RID diet is that, while the weight loss is rapid, it’s not a crash diet. Also, once you reach your target weight, you’ll move on to a maintenance phase, so you don’t have to worry about yo-yoing back to where you started.

 

What are you waiting for?
Whether you want to lose the weight you’ve gained over the holidays or shift what you’ve carried for years, consider the RID diet. It’s a sustainable eating plan that can “retrain” your body to become more sensitive to insulin. This way, you can break the frustrating cycle that makes dieting feel like one step forward, two steps back. This is because the RID diet isn’t a fad. It’s a very successful medical solution created by Body Renewal’s doctor’s years of expertise. Together, we can help you reveal a sleeker physique so that 2020 becomes your year of body confidence!

This post was sponsored by Skin Renewal.

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