Lose Weight Without the Yo-Yo Effect
Most diets are based on fasting or severe calorie restriction. In most suffer not only from hunger during the weight loss phase, but also from a lack of vital of vital nutrients such as fats, proteins and micronutrients.
In particular, protein deprivation over an extended period of time has has devastating consequences: Because amino acids, the most important building blocks of our cells, are missing, there is a massive decrease in what is known as of so-called lean body mass. The term lean body mass refers to the tissues such as skin, connective tissue, bones, muscles, ligaments, and tendons, bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons, organs and the entire immune system. When dieting, it is often this lean mass that is lost instead of fat. of fat. The body then goes into “economy mode” and uses less energy. energy. This often leads to the so-called yo-yo effect after a diet. We avoid avoid these mistakes in our holistic metabolism program, especially by using MyAMINO®.
Conclusion: A diet for weight reduction only works with few calories, and thus without the yo-yo effect, if the basic nutritional building blocks, especially sufficient protein, are still available. True to the If you want to lose weight, you have to eat. But the right thing!”
Back to the Roots: Optimize Your Diet
Most of us today are not eating the way we evolved to eat, and we are not exercising enough. We eat far too much denatured, carbohydrate-rich “food” that is low in protein and vital nutrients. We drive the shortest distances in our cars or use the elevator instead of taking the stairs.
The first step to better health is to return to a more humane diet and exercise. When it comes to healthy weight loss, this also means eating less energy-dense foods, i.e. less carbohydrates and sugar, and more vital substances, especially more protein. And high-quality protein!
Lose weight without starving – with MyAMINO®.
Our amino acid classic MyAMINO® is the key to healthy weight loss without hunger and yo-yo effect. The great thing. As a protein substitute, MyAMINO® has almost no calories, and at the same time it provides your body with a comparable amount of actually usable amino acids as about 350 g of meat, fish or poultry.
Of course, meat eaters certainly taste a juicy prepared steak better than MyAMINO®, no question. But you can already feel a huge difference in the digestive load and build-up effect. This is because MyAMINO® does not produce any digestive end products in the intestines, which contributes to a relief of the digestive system and consequently also to a relief of the cardiovascular system. Thus, with MyAMINO® as a substitute for dietary proteins, basically any diet can be less stressful and faster.
Slim and Fit with a Low Carbohydrate Diet
The rumor that our bodies need carbohydrates still persists. However, it has long been proven that carbohydrates are not essential to our bodies. Unlike essential fatty acids and amino acids, there are no essential sugars. By the way, contrary to popular belief, it is not fats that make us fat, but carbohydrates.
When our body is supplied with more carbohydrates than it can use, it stores them in the form of glycogen in the liver and muscles. However, the average storage volume is only 300 to 400 grams. If these stores are not depleted, for example by exercise, newly ingested carbohydrates are converted to fat and stored. Our body, which is not designed for high carbohydrate intake, reacts with weight gain and disease.
That is why we advocate a consistent low-carbohydrate diet. In this way, the body switches to fat metabolism and energy production works by burning fat.
No Weight Loss Without Supporting the Body’s Detoxification Process
When we lose weight, the concentration of toxins in our bodies can increase. Hence our credo: No “diet” without detox!
Every day, we absorb pollutants from the environment through our skin, our breath and, of course, our food, which our bodies store in fat cells. When we lose weight, our body converts fat into energy, which it needs to build lean body mass and other processes. However, this process also releases potentially harmful substances stored in the fat cells, such as heavy metals, pesticides, and other toxins, into the bloodstream.
Therefore, supporting the body’s own detoxification process during a weight loss diet is essential to eliminate these harmful substances from our bodies! We achieve this by taking binding and buffering substances such as ChitosaCLEAN colon, PektiCLEAN® micro or SulfoCLEAN®
“Fasting is truly a secret source of strength.”
Jentezen Franklin, American pastor
dr.reinwald Vital Products that Support You in Losing Weight
In addition to our MyAMINO®, our targeted selection of dietary supplements provides you with long-term support for healthy weight loss:
Cleanses, regenerates and revitalizes your gastrointestinal tract through a unique prebiotic fiber blend with premium seeds, bitterns and herbs. It effectively supports the self-cleaning of the small and large intestines.
Our vitamin B complex with natural indigestible chitosan fiber has a special ability to bind undesirable substances in the intestines such as softeners, drug residues, pesticides, etc. At the same time, ChitosaCLEAN colon can bind fat in the intestine, reducing fat absorption from food.
SulfoCLEAN® is a vitamin B complex containing the natural sulfur compounds MSM and Wild Garlic to support homocysteine and glutathione metabolism and detoxification. Glutathione modulates inflammation, energy balance and the immune system, and plays a key role in the body’s detoxification metabolism.
Works at the level of the body’s cells. The cell-active, 100% natural micro pectin ballast is extracted from freshwater seaweed and is ideal for dissolving, binding and eliminating unwanted substances such as heavy metals. It has a sensational low molecular weight pectin content of up to 60% and the ability to penetrate intestinal walls and become active in serum and body cells.
Recipes for Every Day
See our super delicious keto recipes: It works even without carbs. We know this from our own experience: Losing weight this way is not only sustainable and healthy, but also really fun!
For more recipe ideas, practical everyday tips and background information on our metabolism program, check out the e-book “Healthy, Slim and Fit with the Ketogenic Diet” by Dr. Heinz Reinwald.
Breakfast Recipes – for an Energetic Start to the Day
Yogurt with Berries
125 g yogurt min. 3.5% fat or even better our ActiveBRAVO probiotic for self-fermentation with more than 100 probiotic strains. In addition or mixed in approx. 50 g fresh or frozen berries. Here you can vary between strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, red currants or elderberries or mix them.
Almond Pancake with Berry Mix
Ingredients: 50 g mascarpone, 1 egg, 25 g almond flour, 1 spsp. vanilla pulp, 1 tbsp. coconut oil, 30 g berry mix, fresh or frozen
Preparation: For the batter, whisk together mascarpone, egg and almond flour, cover the bottom of a small pan with coconut oil and fry pancakes in it one by one. Briefly heat the berries in a small pot, mix in the vanilla pulp and spread on the pancakes. If necessary, mix with 1 tablespoon of yogurt, cottage cheese best ActiveBRAVO probiotic.
Scrambled Eggs with Salmon Trout
Ingredients: 2 eggs, 50 g smoked salmon trout, 1 tbsp fresh (or dried) dill tips, 1 tomato, 1 tsp butter, salt, pepper.
Preparation: Beat the eggs with half of the dill and salt and pepper to taste. Melt the butter in a pan and pour in the eggs, let them set and carefully move them from the outer edge of the pan to the center with a wooden spoon until they reach the desired consistency. Cut the tomato into eighths and place on a plate together with salmon trout, add the finished scrambled eggs and garnish with remaining dill.
Tasty Recipes for Lunch
Herring Salad in Mustard Dressing on a Bed of Lettuce
Ingredients: 100 g matjeshering, 1 gherkin, half an onion, 50 g arugula, 1 tomato
Preparation: Cut the herring into pieces, the cucumber into slices, the onion into rings, the tomato into cubes and mix everything together; wash the arugula. For the dressing, whisk all the ingredients together (e.g. in a blender) until it has a creamy consistency. Arrange the herring salad on the arugula and spread the dressing over it, wash the dill, pluck it from the stem and spread it over the dressing.
Feta Cheese and Vegetables Packets from the Oven (vegetarian)
Ingredients: 200 g feta cheese, 1 tomato, 5 olives, 1 tbsp oil, ½ onion, 1 spring onion, pepper.
Preparation: Drain feta, cut onion, green onion and olives into rings, tomato into cubes. Place feta on a baking paper and cover with tomatoes, olives, onions and spring onions, drizzle with oil and season with pepper. Fold up baking paper on all sides and seal by folding over several times. Bake in preheated oven at 180° for about 20 minutes.
Lamb Chop with Savoy Vegetables
Ingredients: 1 double lamb chop, 20 g bacon cubes, ½ small savoy cabbage, 30 ml broth, 30 ml sour cream, 1 onion, 1 tsp. thyme, salt, pepper, 1 tsp. grated nutmeg, 1 tbsp. oil, 1 tbsp. ghee
Preparation: Wash savoy cabbage and cut into strips. Dice the onion. Leave the ghee in a saucepan and sauté half of the onion cubes until translucent. Add savoy cabbage and when it has collapsed, pour broth and cook until soft. Then chop the savoy cabbage with a hand blender, season with salt, pepper and nutmeg, add sour cream and stir well. Rub lamb chops with oil, season with salt, pepper and thyme. Heat the oil in a grill pan and fry the bacon in it, then add the lamb chops and sear them on both sides, add the remaining onions to the pan after turning the meat and steam them as well.
Recipes for Dinner – Your Light End of the Day
Colorful Salad with Coconut-Mint Dressing (vegan)
Ingredients: Ingredients: 100 g fresh baby spinach, 1 medium tuber cooked beet, 1 carrot, ¼ cucumber, ½ red onion, 5 green grapes, 3 tbsp coconut milk, stalks fresh mint, 1 tbsp lemon juice, 1 tbsp apple cider vinegar, 1 pinch xylitol, salt and pepper, 1 tbsp grated coconut.
Preparation: Cut beet, carrot and cucumber into thin strips, onion into thin rings. Wash and drain spinach, cut grapes in half. Put everything in a bowl. For the dressing, finely chop the mint and mix with the coconut milk, lemon juice, vinegar, xylitol, 2 tablespoons of water, salt and pepper and pour over the salad. Mix everything well again and sprinkle with coconut flakes at the end.
Spinach and Tomato Frittata (makes 2-3 servings)
Ingredients: 8 eggs, 1 onion, 1 clove of garlic, 100 g fresh spinach, 200 g cherry tomatoes, 15 basil leaves, 100 g feta cheese, 2 tablespoons oil, salt, pepper, nutmeg.
Preparation: Preheat oven to 180°. Finely chop onion and garlic clove, sauté in oil, add tomatoes and simmer for about 5 minutes. Add spinach leaves and basil and simmer for another 5 minutes. In the meantime, whisk eggs with salt, pepper and garlic salt in a bowl, crumble feta cheese and add to egg mixture. Pour the vegetables with the resulting cooking liquid into a shallow greased baking dish and pour the egg mixture with the feta cheese over it and bake in the oven for about 20 minutes.
Celery Cutlets with Cream Cheese and Herb Dip
Ingredients: 1 medium tuber of celery, 2-3 tbsp coconut oil, 3 tbsp grated coconut, 100 g fresh goat cheese, salt, pepper.
Preparation: Place a heaping tablespoon of fresh goat cheese on each of the 5 slices of bacon and roll up and fry. Peel the celery and cut into slices about 1 cm thick. Pan fry in coconut oil for about 3-4 minutes on each side, then roll in shredded coconut and lightly fry again very briefly on each side. Be careful not to let them get too brown. Mix the goat’s cream cheese with herbs and 1 tablespoon crème fraiche and eat with the celery cutlets.