The Ultrametabolism Diet is a diet created by Dr. Mark Hyman. In his book, he teaches you how to awaken the fat-burning code hidden in your DNA. The diet is designed to work with your genes to help you lose weight, based on research in the science of nutrigenomics, the science of how food talks to your genes. The Ultrametabolism Diet reprograms your body to automatically lose weight by turning on the messages of weight loss and health and turning off the messages of weight gain and disease.
Facts about this diet:
-You actually need to eat carbs to lose weight.
-You must avoid the two evil substances of high fructose corn syrup and trans fat.
-Your body is designed to GAIN weight, so you must reprogram it to burn fat. This includes not starving yourself and not eating fewer calories than your'e supposed to. No deprivation!
-Eating less and exercising more can actually make you FAT!
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