Bear with me for a quick second as I make a baseball analogy. I’m a big baseball fan (Go Cardinals!). When I was a kid, there were just a handful of stats used to compare baseball players and the contributions they made to their respective teams. Position players were judged primarily by batting average, home runs and RBIs. Pitchers had their own set of stats such as ERA and strikeouts, and these were the simple stats that all players were measured. Now, baseball has gone high tech using what’s called Sabrmetrics, derived from the acronym SABR, Society of American Baseball Research. I know, even the name sounds complicated. However, these extraordinarily advanced statistics are now the norm for player evaluation and scouting and they’ve added a tremendous amount of intelligence to the game. Nutritional Data is the Sabrmetrics of the foods we eat. hcg diet success
They’ve stepped outside the “cereal box” and created an entirely new and innovative way to evaluate our foods using research from the USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, Daily Reference Values (DRVs), Reference Daily Intakes (RDIs), published research and recommendations from the FDA. Nutritional Data then compresses all of this research into a variety of new food stats such as Nutritional Density, Estimated Glycemic Load, Inflammation Factor, Caloric Ratio, Fullness Factor and many more. This all sounds very complicated, but in a healthy, Omega-3–friendly “nutshell,” what it all boils down to is that carbs are bad and high protein, high fat diets with an equal ratio of Omega 3 fats to Omega 6 fats is good, as any and all research into the traditional Inuit Diet will reveal.
Prior to researching and exploring Nutritional Data’s website, my patients and I were already having success removing the high carb foods on the traditional HCG diet and substituting them with high protein foods. The validation came when I realized that ALL of the foods we were substituting into the old diet ranked exceptionally well in categories such as Estimated Glycemic Load, Inflammation Factor, Fullness Factor and many more. This validation suggested that my patients and I were onto something and ultimately inspired HCG 2.0.
HCG 2.0 adds smart calories to the diet so you don’t have to starve yourself to achieve healthy, rapid weight loss. To learn more, CLICK HERE.
Dr. Zach LaBoube,
Dr. Zach LaBoube, Chiropractor and Fellow of the American Society of Acupuncture, founded InsideOut Wellness and Weight Loss with the belief that true health radiates, fundamentally, from the InsideOut. He is currently completing a Masters Degree in Clinical Nutrition from Logan University. He is author of HCG 2.0; Don’t Starve, Eat Smart, and Lose – A Modern Adaptation of the Traditional HCG Diet.
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