From Halloween candy to New Years cocktails, we are approaching the time of year when Americans start packing on the pounds. This is also the season of stress and fatigue. The good news is that you can indulge in a few holiday treats and actually drop fat and gain energy this year! Dr. Roman Malkov has written a revolutionary book, The Carb Cycling Diet, that teaches you how lose weight; build muscle; increase stamina and sex drive; and even improve your skin - by eating the right carbs at the right time.
'It's not realistic to tell people that they can never have a bite of Halloween candy,- says Dr. Malkov. 'You simply have to be aware of the big picture when it comes to eating. If you indulge a little today, you need to counterbalance your diet tomorrow.-
Based out of New York City, Dr. Malkov is a renowned sports medicine nutritionist. He developed and authored The Carb Cycling Diet after working with the Russian National Athletic Team. The athletes experienced such great results with his scientific approach to eating that he decided to create a similar plan for the general public. It is now popular among many fitness models and personal trainers.
Why Carb Cycle during the Holidays?
As teenagers, many of us could eat just about anything we wanted during the holidays without gaining a pound. Then as we got older, it became harder to keep the scale from creeping upward. What changed? Our metabolism! As we age, our production of some vital hormones begins to drop and we often begin to process carbohydrates less efficiently.
Dr. Malkov has crafted an easy-to-follow program that teaches you how to correctly use carbs in order to boost your metabolism. The result is a stronger, leaner and younger looking body.
Dr. Malkov explains the two important bodily processes that determine how you look and feel - anabolism and catabolism. Anabolism is the process by which your body builds muscle. Catabolism is the process by which your body burns fat. Low carb diets focus only on changing your catabolism - they do not help you build muscle. Dr. Malkov presents a simple, unique program that kick-starts both processes by alternating between low carb and high carb days. By wisely choosing when to eat carbs, you will burn fat and increase muscle! Dr. Malkov would be happy to further explain the proven science behind carb cycling during an interview or in a feature editorial for your publication.
The Carb Cycling Diet is easy to use during the holidays, thanks to:
Meal plans and delicious recipes for every season of the year
Clear and fun exercise guides to complement your diet
Simple explanations of how to eat during low carb and higher carb days. This program is effective and straightforward.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Dr. Malkov is an acclaimed health author, inventor of the "Micro and Macro Cycling" concept, and a recognized expert in the field of nutrigenetics and sports nutrition. He is the President/Founder of Nutrigen International, Inc. (http://www.1-888-nutrigen.com/).
He also educates people interested in losing weight and staying healthy through his informational website (http://www.cyclingdiet.com/).
Dr. Malkov's clientele includes professional athletes, fitness enthusiasts, and health conscious individuals who simply want to understand how diet, lifestyle, and nutrigenetic testing can help them achieve optimal health.
Dr. Malkov earned his medical credentials from the world-class Moscow Medical University, and has passed the U.S. Medical License Examination. He is also an Alliance Member with the American College of Sports Medicine.
Dr. Malkov personally consults with clients from his two convenient New York City locations:
Complete Body Development, 80 John St,, NY, NY 10038
37 Murray St., NY, NY 10007. Tel: 212-DNA-TEST (212-362-8378)
Dr. Roman Malkov is available for interviews and would also be happy to contribute an editorial feature to this publication.
721 Bainbridge St.
Philadelphia, PA 19147
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