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Jan 2021

How Francesco gained 96% strength and lost 6.8kg fat in 4 months

Francesco Mannino, 43, has always enjoyed sports, but he felt strength training was a "boring must". Classic strength training - meaning lifting weights for an hour, 3 times a week, he did in hopes to gain good definition. As a husband, father, and private banker with little time budget, Francesco appreciates the amazing result he has achieved in a very short time - 3 kg of muscle gain and 6.8 kg of fat loss in only 4 months. In a conversation after his second 3D body analysis, Francesco reveals how he achieved this Return on Invested Time and what it means for a man with little time and many client occasions.
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Egle Paulauskaite
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Muscle Gain
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21
Dec 2020

6 Minute cookies: soft and nutty, protein-rich and sugar-free

Sweet but sugar-free, soft and dairy-free, salty but not savory, moist and gluten-free - these 6 Minute cookies are a super healthy take on the traditional Christmas cookie recipes. And they might be the healthiest indulgence of the year! Created by Sarah Ledermann, nutrition therapist, and chef, these cookies are a truly delightful experience to make and to taste. It's a guilt-free pleasure baked in 6 Minutes only!
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Egle Paulauskaite
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Nutrition
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19
Nov 2020

Top 3 myths in weight loss debunked and 3 tips to make it finally work for you

Burning fat is not as easy as watching a steak frizzling in a hot pan. Burning fat or losing weight is a process that requires some know-how, attitude, and lifestyle choices. We asked nutrition coach Michael Bachmann what most clients struggle with and what makes them successful so that you can pick and test the best weight loss tips for yourself. First, Michael debunks the fat loss myths and misconceptions and gives his best tips to boost fat burn, including when to eat what... or not.
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Egle Paulauskaite
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Fat Loss
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19
Nov 2020

How to fight those 5-10 kilos that magically appeared in your 30s and won't go!

We all know those 5-10 kilos that simply creep in between our 30s and 40s, for women usually after the first pregnancy and for men gradually over the first ten years of their career. No matter what we do, they just won't go away! Why? The closer you get to your goal (and the older you get), the slower the weight loss seems to be happening. In this article, you'll learn what can be the reason, why these last stubborn kilos simply won't go away despite regular exercise and a "healthy diet" and what can you do about it despite your age or stage of weight loss. A guest blogpost by nutrition experts at metabolic4you.
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Egle Paulauskaite
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Fat Loss
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