Information Presentation – 2012metabolic balance®Your Roadmap for Natural Weight ManagementDeveloped by Dr. Wolf Funfack,S...
Overweight and Obesity is a Global Issue  Worldwide obesity has more than doubled since 1980.  65% of the worlds populatio...
People in the industrialized world are becoming                            .progressively heavier.What are the main causes...
For most of our species history, external factors constrained the expression ofobesity.1) Early man’s existence depended u...
80 years ago obesity was a         Why were our grandparents  rarity.                            leaner?                  ...
Classification of Obesityin Accordance with the Criteria of the WHO – World Health Organization     Classification        ...
Obesity Trends* among U.S. Adults1990                                                                                     ...
THE SITUATION IN THE USA   3 out of 4 Men are too fat                                8
THE SITUATION IN THE USA   3 out of 5 Women are overweight                                     9
Newly introduced Foods and BMINumber                            Condimentsof newly                                       F...
Metabolic Syndrome and its medical consequences   The Metabolic Syndrome                                  Diseases & Ramif...
Common Diet Recommendations              vs. The metabolic balance® Approach Low fat diet                No fear of fat – ...
What do you recommend for Overweight?          Low fat diet          High carbohydrate (60%) diet          5 6 meals divid...
WHICH DIET?    Nutrient oriented Approach40 overweight patients withelevated blood lipid levels                           ...
WHICH DIET?  Results oriented Approach  Diet   Kcal    Blood             Diet. Trigl.                 HDL              Bod...
BMI > 30  Fat Consumption and Overweight    Nation           Dietary fat   Men     Women    Denmark             44%       ...
What do you recommend for Overweight?          Low fat diet          High carbohydrate (60%) diet          5 6 meals divid...
CARBOHYDRATES  Blood Sugar Levels and short chain Carbohydrates      Blood sugar     200      Concentration               ...
CARBOHYDRATES  Blood Sugar Levels and long chain Carbohydrates      Blood sugar     200             Lasting Satiety      c...
CARBOHYDRATES  Elevated Insulin leads to the following Changes                             Insulin             Cholesterol...
Michelangelos David                                 After 2 years Stay in the US                                          ...
What do you recommend for Overweight?         Low fat diet         High carbohydrate (60%) diet         5 6 meals divided ...
Blood Sugar Levels with 6 Meals a Day                                                                        Fatty Tissue ...
Blood Sugar Levels with 3 Meals a Day                                                                                     ...
What do you recommend for Overweight?          Low fat diet          High carbohydrate (60%) diet          5 6 meals divid...
Calorie Reduction leads to the Yo Yo EffectAmerican soldiers were given a choice whether to go to the European front orpar...
Calorie Reduction leads to the Yo Yo EffectPhase A:   Feelings of intense hunger, reduction     Body fat reduced to 30%   ...
So what is the  Difference      ?                 28
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METABOLIC BALANCE®   The Foundation of the Program "Every person is able to produce the necessary hormones andenzymes esse...
HOW DOES METABOLIC BALANCE® WORK?  The Procedure             with your personal Coach                                     ...
METABOLIC BALANCE®                                  Few sweets,  Nutrition Pyramid              no soft drinks       Occas...
HOW DOES METABOLIC BALANCE® WORK? The 8 Rules       Rule 1: Eat only three meals a day. Do not eat more or less than      ...
HOW DOES METABOLIC BALANCE® WORK? The 8 Rules       Rule 5: Eat only one kind of protein at each meal, and do not         ...
What is possible through metabolic balance®?        313 lb.                                   143 lb.                     ...
THE STUDY  Independent Study evaluating the Program                      Dr. Nikolaus Gerdes, Dipl. Soz.                  ...
STUDY TO EVALUATE THE METABOLIC BALANCE® PROGRAM                          Changes in the BMI                    31        ...
METABOLIC BALANCE® STUDY         Standard Requirements for Reduction in Body Weight                                       ...
STUDY TO EVALUATE THE METABOLIC BALANCE® PROGRAM  Summary of the Results Adherence to the program guidelines (compliance) ...
metabolic balance®New e book in English!     by Dr. Wolf Funfack   Nutrition basicsIntroduction to the success program    ...
THE END?Or is it your newBeginning?It’s your Choice!Speak today with yourcertified metabolic balance®coach abouthow to get...
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  1. 1. Information Presentation – 2012metabolic balance®Your Roadmap for Natural Weight ManagementDeveloped by Dr. Wolf Funfack,Specialist internal medicine and nutritional medicine 1
  2. 2. Overweight and Obesity is a Global Issue Worldwide obesity has more than doubled since 1980. 65% of the worlds population live in countries where overweight and obesity kills more people than underweight. Nearly 43 million children under the age of five were overweight in 2010. Overweight and obesity is preventable! 2
  3. 3. People in the industrialized world are becoming .progressively heavier.What are the main causes for this increase inoverweight and obesity?Poor nutrition and lack of exercise are the causes!Poor nutrition being the principle cause. 3
  4. 4. For most of our species history, external factors constrained the expression ofobesity.1) Early man’s existence depended upon exerting lots of energy while hunting and gathering food.2) The foods he ate and the ratio of macronutrients. Carbs 40 45%, Fats 30 35%, Proteins 20 30% Our genetic Bio Software is the same as this early man’s! 4 But is our Food Source still the same?
  5. 5. 80 years ago obesity was a Why were our grandparents rarity. leaner? 1. Food source: More natural & unprocessed foods. 2. How & when they ate. 3. More physical labor. 4. Transportation. 5Circa 1930’s – Library of Congress
  6. 6. Classification of Obesityin Accordance with the Criteria of the WHO – World Health Organization Classification BMI (lbs./ins) risk of disease Underweight < 18.5 increased Normal weight 18.5 – 24.9 average Overweight 25.0 – 29.9 increased Obesity degree I 30.0 – 34.9 high Obesity degree II 35.0 – 39.9 very high Obesity degree III 40.0 extremely high 6
  7. 7. Obesity Trends* among U.S. Adults1990 2000 2010 Source: Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, CDC(*BMI < 30, or about 30 lbs. overweight for 5’4” person) 7 No Data <10% 10%–14% 15%–19% 20%–24% 25%–29% 30%
  8. 8. THE SITUATION IN THE USA 3 out of 4 Men are too fat 8
  9. 9. THE SITUATION IN THE USA 3 out of 5 Women are overweight 9
  10. 10. Newly introduced Foods and BMINumber Condimentsof newly Frequencyintroduced Sweets & of BMI > 25 Snacksfoods BMI Bakery products Entrées Fruit & Vegetables 10
  11. 11. Metabolic Syndrome and its medical consequences The Metabolic Syndrome Diseases & Ramification Arterial hypertension Obesity Hypercholesterolemia Hypertension Cardiovascular disease Gout Fat metabolism disorders Diabetes Type 2 Fatty liver disease Gall stones Carcinomas Polycystic ovary syndrome Thrombosis Depression Arthritis Etc….. 11© metabolic balance GmbH
  12. 12. Common Diet Recommendations vs. The metabolic balance® Approach Low fat diet No fear of fat – healthy fats High carbohydrate (60%) Fewer, high quality diet carbohydrates 5 6 meals divided through Only 3 meals divided through the day the day Low calorie diet Normal calorie diet 12
  13. 13. What do you recommend for Overweight? Low fat diet High carbohydrate (60%) diet 5 6 meals divided through the day Low calorie diet 13
  14. 14. WHICH DIET? Nutrient oriented Approach40 overweight patients withelevated blood lipid levels Diet Fat Sat. fat Cholesterol(HDL< 40 or < 50 mg/dlTG > 150 mg/dl) A 59% 22% 600 mgwere put on 2 different B 24% 7% 140 mglow caloric diets over a Source: Volek J. Carbohydrate restriction.. Lipids; Oct. 200812 week period. 14
  15. 15. WHICH DIET? Results oriented Approach Diet Kcal Blood Diet. Trigl. HDL Body Body fat sugar weight A 1,500 12% 51% +13% 10% 6 kg B 1,500 2% 19% 1% 5% 4 kg Source: Volek J. Carbohydrate restriction.. Lipids; Oct. 2008 15
  16. 16. BMI > 30 Fat Consumption and Overweight Nation Dietary fat Men Women Denmark 44% 11.8% 12.5% France 42% 16.1% 17.6% Germany 38% 22.5% 23.3% Czech Republic 34% 24.7% 26.5% United States 33% 32.2% 35.5% 16
  17. 17. What do you recommend for Overweight? Low fat diet High carbohydrate (60%) diet 5 6 meals divided through the day Low calorie diet 17
  18. 18. CARBOHYDRATES Blood Sugar Levels and short chain Carbohydrates Blood sugar 200 Concentration 150 Insulin (% of normal) 100 Ravenous hunger Blood sugar level (mg /100 ml) 50 Ingestion 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 Time (h) 18
  19. 19. CARBOHYDRATES Blood Sugar Levels and long chain Carbohydrates Blood sugar 200 Lasting Satiety concentration 150 Insulin (% of Normal) 100 Blood sugar level (mg / 100 ml) 50 Ingestion 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 Time(h) 19
  20. 20. CARBOHYDRATES Elevated Insulin leads to the following Changes Insulin Cholesterol Melatonin Triglyceride DHEA Adrenalin Cortisol HGH Fat Synthesis Fat Breakdown Fibrinolysis 20 Hemostasis
  21. 21. Michelangelos David After 2 years Stay in the US 21 His proud sponsors were:
  22. 22. What do you recommend for Overweight? Low fat diet High carbohydrate (60%) diet 5 6 meals divided through the day Low calorie diet 22
  23. 23. Blood Sugar Levels with 6 Meals a Day Fatty Tissue Meal Meal Meal Meal Meal MealSource: Deutscher Ärzteverlag 2001, Gesundheit 23
  24. 24. Blood Sugar Levels with 3 Meals a Day Fatty Tissue Insulin Insulin Insulin Cork Cork Cork Burning of fat Burning of fat Meal Meal Meal Breakfast Lunch DinnerSource: Deutscher Ärzteverlag 2001, Gesundheit 24
  25. 25. What do you recommend for Overweight? Low fat diet High carbohydrate (60%) diet 5 6 meals divided through the day Low calorie diet 25
  26. 26. Calorie Reduction leads to the Yo Yo EffectAmerican soldiers were given a choice whether to go to the European front orparticipate in a dietary experiment conducted by the U.S. Army.32 young, healthy normal weight men were kept isolated for 56 weeks in ametabolic laboratory. Weeks Fat Protein Carbohydrate Calorie deprivation A) Week 1 24 17% 25% 58% 50% B) Week 25 36 100% C) Week 37 44 35% 14% 51% self selected 26
  27. 27. Calorie Reduction leads to the Yo Yo EffectPhase A: Feelings of intense hunger, reduction Body fat reduced to 30% in muscles and connective tissue Protein content 83%Phase B: Rapid increase in Body fat to 80% Restoration of Protein to 88%Phase C: 50% more calories than required Body fat up to 174% !! Protein at 98% Fat stores are restored more rapidly, and there is a fat and protein “memory.” Sense of hunger only returns to normal when the protein content is normal again. By then, the fat stores are over saturated!! 27
  28. 28. So what is the Difference ? 28
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  30. 30. METABOLIC BALANCE® The Foundation of the Program "Every person is able to produce the necessary hormones andenzymes essential for a well balanced metabolism when suppliedwith the required building blocks (vitamins, minerals, traceelements) through appropriate nutrition. With a well balanced metabolism, everyone is able to choose thefood items which contain exactly these building blocks with the helpof their inner signals (appetite or aversion). 30
  31. 31. HOW DOES METABOLIC BALANCE® WORK? The Procedure with your personal Coach 1. Learn why it works 4. The 4 Phases 2. Blood tests & Profile 2 Day Preparation Phase Strict Conversion Phase Relaxed Conversion Phase Maintenance Phase 3.Nutrition Plan 31
  32. 32. METABOLIC BALANCE® Few sweets, Nutrition Pyramid no soft drinks Occasional cereals, cereal products, potatoes, red wine or beer Milk products, fish, meat, poultry, eggs, tofu Fresh fruit, vegetables,salads (prepared with healthy oil), rye bread, potatoes in the skin 32 Enough water!
  33. 33. HOW DOES METABOLIC BALANCE® WORK? The 8 Rules Rule 1: Eat only three meals a day. Do not eat more or less than the plan prescribes. Rule 2: Ensure there is a five hour break between meals. Rule 3: Make sure each meal lasts no longer than 60 minutes. Rule 4: Begin every meal with one or two bites of the protein (i.e. meat, fish, cheese or yogurt, etc.). 33
  34. 34. HOW DOES METABOLIC BALANCE® WORK? The 8 Rules Rule 5: Eat only one kind of protein at each meal, and do not repeat the same kind of protein in the same day. Rule 6: Finish evening meal by 9:00 PM. Rule 7: Drink the quantity of water calculated for you divided through the day (rule of thumb is half your body weight in fl oz.). Rule 8: Eat one apple a day. 34
  35. 35. What is possible through metabolic balance®? 313 lb. 143 lb. 35
  36. 36. THE STUDY Independent Study evaluating the Program Dr. Nikolaus Gerdes, Dipl. Soz. Cornelia Meffert, Soz. MA Hochrhein Institut für Rehabilitationsforschung, Bad Säckingen Department for Quality Management & Social Medicine, Freiburg University Medical Center (Director: Prof. Dr. med. Wilfried H. Jäckel) Source: http://www.hri.de/index.php?menuid=1&reporeid=58 36
  37. 37. STUDY TO EVALUATE THE METABOLIC BALANCE® PROGRAM Changes in the BMI 31 Definition of 30.5 long term success: 30 30.3 29.5 A reduction of theBMI kg/(Height)2 29.3 original BMI by 1 29 point, which is 28.5 maintained for at least 28 1 year. 27.5 27.6 " Committee to develop Criteria for 27 Evaluating the Outcomes of Approaches to prevent and treat 26.5 obesity & Institute of Medicine“ 26 After 1 year 37 Initial
  38. 38. METABOLIC BALANCE® STUDY Standard Requirements for Reduction in Body Weight 62.5 % of participants reduced 50 % their weight by more than of participants need to 5% and maintained it at reduce their weight by least for one year. more than 5% and need to maintain it for more than one year. „Committee to develop Criteria for EvaluatingInternational recommendations for long term success of a the Outcomes of Approaches to prevent and potentially efficient weigh management program metabolic balance® treat obesity & Institute of Medicine“ 38© metabolic balance GmbH & Co. KG
  39. 39. STUDY TO EVALUATE THE METABOLIC BALANCE® PROGRAM Summary of the Results Adherence to the program guidelines (compliance) was surprisingly good. Average weight loss: 15.84 lbs. (7.2 kg) The goal of long term weight reduction of at least 5% was achieved by 62.5% of the clients. 33% lost as much as 10 % and more of their initial weight. Significant improvements in relevant metabolic parameters. Significant improvements in health related quality of life. 39
  40. 40. metabolic balance®New e book in English! by Dr. Wolf Funfack Nutrition basicsIntroduction to the success program Order today on Amazon.com 40
  41. 41. THE END?Or is it your newBeginning?It’s your Choice!Speak today with yourcertified metabolic balance®coach abouthow to get started. 41
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