What is Metabolism Manager and how does it work?

Metabolism Manager is a comprehensive homeopathic product that combines 23 ingredients for the purpose of supporting a calorie-reduced weight-loss plan. Taking these ingredients alone will not result in any improvements in weight or body composition. This formula was intended to be used in support of a medically supervised weight-loss plan for maximum benefit. Two of the active ingredients in Metabolism Manager are homeopathic dilutions of AACG-A and AACG-B. These are amino acid chains bioidentical to certain active amino chains in human chorionic gonadotropin molecule. These two amino acid chains help to minimize the many uncomfortable side effects of dieting, including hunger, low moods, and fatigue.

Is Metabolism Manager Safe?

Homeopathic Metabolism Manager is extremely safe. It is a bioidentical form of amino acids. Over 50,000 users have not reported any major problems with its use during these protocols. The biggest problems have come from patients who tried to cut corners and avoid detox. These patients suffer from flare-ups of toxins released from fat cells.

Would a patient lose the same amount of weight on a diet only?

A calorie-restricted diet will result in weight loss in most patients. However, many patients who attempt to lose weight by simply cutting calories are unsuccessful due to the many discomforts associated with reducing calorie intake. The ingredients in Metabolism Manager are intended to help patients stick to their weight-management plan by helping to temporarily relieve symptoms such as food cravings, low energy, and mood problems.

Is hunger normal on this diet?

The blend of ingredients in hA2cg Evolution is designed to help control symptoms such as hunger. As a result, after about 2 days on the calorie-restricted diet, many patients notice a significant decrease in their appetite. Overall, most people have plenty of energy and feel good while on the program. Remind patients not to confuse emotional cravings for food for hunger. Disruptions in normal meals and snacking times during this program can often lead to an emotional craving for food. Try Appetite Control and/or Crave Control and make sure patients are staying properly hydrated.
Does the weight loss slow down after the first month?
Weight loss is fastest during the first weeks, and then slows down gradually after that. The body will plateau or level off after 3-4 weeks. This is typical for both protocols and does not mean that weight loss has stopped. Typically, inches are being lost continuously throughout the protocols. Weight loss is usually achieved in a stair-step fashion. Patients may lose weight, then level out for a few days while the body is rebuilding and restructuring cells and tissues. This helps prevent sagging tissues from the large weight loss.

Will patients lose any muscle mass?

According to Simeons, when following this protocol, the body burns fat as its primary source of energy during the diet. However, some subjective information related to the calorie-restricted diet (individual responses and informal feedback) has suggested that some muscle/protein loss is still experienced during the diet as part of the process. In addition, the inability to continue significant activities such as exercise and weight lifting during the very low-calorie portion of the diet will also allow for a natural decline in pure muscle mass. Those patients who are interested in continuing muscle-building activities should consider the Active-Lifestyle Protocol.