What is the 21 day Health               Challenge?   A program based on providing:     Logical answers     Quality prod...
OUR GOAL   To make nutrition and weight loss simple to    understand   Created by combining the successful elements    f...
THE 40-20-40 RATIO   BASIS OF THE PROGRAM       Describes the optimal percentage ratio of        carbohydrates to fats t...
THE 40-20-40 RATIO   FOR WEIGHT LOSS     Getting correct proportions of nutrients to maintain      good nutritional heal...
HOW DID WE DEVELOP THE       PROGRAM?       4-STEP RESEARCH STRATEGYStep 1: Target Market Study     Closely observed the ...
HOW DID WE DEVELOP THE       PROGRAM?Step 2: Current Research     Examined all major nutritional and weight loss      lit...
HOW DID WE DEVELOP THE       PROGRAM?Step 3: Observation     Studied some of the professionals working in the      field ...
HOW DID WE DEVELOP THE       PROGRAM?Step 4: Empirical Data     Selected 100 people who wanted to lose 5-20      pounds o...
WHAT MAKES THE PROGRAM   INDIVIDUALIZED?         QUESTIONNAIRE:             -   To determine a client’s metabolic         ...
WHAT MAKES THE PROGRAM    INDIVIDUALIZED?DAILY MEAL PLAN CHART    -   Each meal and snack    -   Easy for client to see ho...
BUT IT’S MORE THAN JUST A         NUMBER...   Being successful depends on more than simply    eating within the 40-20-40 ...
DOES 40-20-40 WORK FOR             EVERYONE?   The 40-20-40 ratio is not foolproof       Some see more results with a sl...
40-20-40 IN THE REAL                 WORLD   Margin of error already calculated into our    program       If client gets...
VS.HIGH CARB/LOW PROTEIN   Out of balance     Active individuals need      adequate protein intake     Protein is neede...
VS.                    LOW FAT   Many terrified of fat   Fat = 9 calories/gram       Eating too much of it can really a...
VS.                     LOW FAT   The body needs healthy fats    to function well   We suggest       20% fat ratio     ...
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21 day health challenge

  1. 1. What is the 21 day Health Challenge? A program based on providing:  Logical answers  Quality products  Ongoing support for clients nutritional needs. We believe that losing weight & getting fit does not have to be a negative or difficult experience
  2. 2. OUR GOAL To make nutrition and weight loss simple to understand Created by combining the successful elements from many different diet and nutrition plans  Latest research  Gathered data from people who lost weight and keep it off. Unique - individualized for each client
  3. 3. THE 40-20-40 RATIO BASIS OF THE PROGRAM  Describes the optimal percentage ratio of carbohydrates to fats to proteins for active individuals Daily Total Calories  40% carbohydrate  20% fat  40% protein
  4. 4. THE 40-20-40 RATIO FOR WEIGHT LOSS  Getting correct proportions of nutrients to maintain good nutritional health and access stored body fat  Perfectly balanced way to stabilize blood sugar and hormonal levels
  5. 5. HOW DID WE DEVELOP THE PROGRAM? 4-STEP RESEARCH STRATEGYStep 1: Target Market Study  Closely observed the trends and lifestyles of people who needed to lose between 5 and 20 pounds of body fat.
  6. 6. HOW DID WE DEVELOP THE PROGRAM?Step 2: Current Research  Examined all major nutritional and weight loss literature of the past five years  Weeded out useless advice and incorporated portions that have been proven to work
  7. 7. HOW DID WE DEVELOP THE PROGRAM?Step 3: Observation  Studied some of the professionals working in the field today  Dieticians, nutritionists, personal trainers, even dieters who have found the key to losing weight and keeping it off
  8. 8. HOW DID WE DEVELOP THE PROGRAM?Step 4: Empirical Data  Selected 100 people who wanted to lose 5-20 pounds of body fat  Men and women (18-49 years)  Both active and inactive  with various body types and fat percentages
  9. 9. WHAT MAKES THE PROGRAM INDIVIDUALIZED? QUESTIONNAIRE: - To determine a client’s metabolic rate - Examines clients lifestyle, exercise level and genetic data. - Calculations determine calories - 40% carbohydrate - 20% fat - 40% protein
  10. 10. WHAT MAKES THE PROGRAM INDIVIDUALIZED?DAILY MEAL PLAN CHART - Each meal and snack - Easy for client to see how to eat - Right ratios of nutrients and calories - Each client: - Different serving amounts - Can choose the foods they like
  11. 11. BUT IT’S MORE THAN JUST A NUMBER... Being successful depends on more than simply eating within the 40-20-40 ratio. We suggest eating foods that are - natural - low-glycemic - free of additives, preservatives or other chemicals
  12. 12. DOES 40-20-40 WORK FOR EVERYONE? The 40-20-40 ratio is not foolproof  Some see more results with a slight adjustments More effective starting point than other weight loss programs With monitoring of clients, these ratios can be changed accordingly
  13. 13. 40-20-40 IN THE REAL WORLD Margin of error already calculated into our program  If client gets slightly more or less of certain foods - will not affect ability to goal Applies successful weight loss strategies to real world situations Provides online and telephonic support
  14. 14. VS.HIGH CARB/LOW PROTEIN Out of balance  Active individuals need adequate protein intake  Protein is needed for almost every area of the body Imbalance of protein can cause muscle loss and metabolic inefficiency
  15. 15. VS. LOW FAT Many terrified of fat Fat = 9 calories/gram  Eating too much of it can really add up. Eating too little fat (under 10%)  Slow the processes that cause your body to burn stored fat
  16. 16. VS. LOW FAT The body needs healthy fats to function well We suggest  20% fat ratio  Works well for optimum satisfaction  Body fat loss in most active people

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