How to Burn Fat 50% Faster to Supercharge 2018 Success

DECEMBER 28, 2017

Are you reaching your thermic potential? 

In other words, is it possible to
 increase one's metabolism by up to 50%, increasing fat loss, without using weight loss drugs or supplements? The answer is yes, by enabling the body's natural ability to do the work for you.

This can be done by selecting the right combination of foods that can burn extra calories. No, it is not a gimmick but science. 

Let's first look at metabolism, which is 
the chemical process whereby cells create the substances and energy needed to sustain life.

We all have a different speed for this, or metabolic rate, which is determined by our genetics. However, we can increase our metabolism with the right amount, right sources, and right combinations of food. In addition to physical activity, this is how to burn the most calories that our body will allow, and it is called metabolic positioning.

Now here is where thermogenesis comes into play. The digestion of different foods or the thermic effect of food affects metabolism itself. Each food source (carbs, fat, and protein) and even different forms of each requires different amounts of energy or calories to digest. What does this mean? Believe it or not, science proves that it is possible to lose weight up to 50% faster eating the same number of calories, just by getting into the metabolic position to lose body fat and then staying there.

There is an enjoyable and sustainable way to do this. In 2018, I will be sharing evidence-based nutrition strategies to maximize your efforts in creating the body that makes you empowered, successful, and in control. Stay tuned for more to come.


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Adam Martin, PharmD, ACSM-CPT
Adam Martin, PharmD, ACSM-CPT, NAMS CCN is an author, licensed pharmacist, and nutrition consultant. He is the founder of The Fit Pharmacist movement and host of The Fit Pharmacist Healthcare Podcast. In addition, he is the owner and a nutrition consultant at The Diet Doc Pittsburgh North in Pennsylvania.