How to Heal Your Metabolism

Stop Blaming aging for your slowing Metabolism

Are you ready to learn…                                           

–  How eating the right metabolic foods that will increase you metabolic rate?

–  How to eat more and still lose weight?

–  Why your current “healthy” diet and exercise program may be slowing your metabolic rate?

–  Why rest and sleep are essential for a High metabolic rate?

–  Why being happy will help increase your metabolic rate and help heal your broken metabolism?


  “This book has the important information that a person needs for self-defense against the culture’s medical-nutritional menaces. Readers will want their friends to know about it, and the large amount of technical information in it is so clearly presented that I think it will soon have a wide readership. I really enjoyed reading this book.”

~ Ray Peat, PhD, biologist, nutritional researcher and author of numerous books and articles (

Stop blaming aging for your slowing metabolism! How to Heal Your Metabolism will help educate you on how eating the right foods, eating the right amount of food, consuming the right food supplements, consuming the right amount of water, sleeping and resting, doing the right amount of exercise, and finding happiness will increase your metabolic rate and help heal your broken metabolism.

Based on the work of Dr. Ray Peat, Dr. Gilbert Ling, Dr. Albert Szent-Gyorgi, Dr. Broda Barnes, Dr. Constance Martin, Dr. Hans Selye, Dr. Uffe Ravnskov, Dr. Lita Lee, Chris Masterjohn, and Josh Rubin, How to Heal Your Metabolism will give you a completely different perspective on which foods, supplements and exercise are actually “healthy” for you and which ones may be harming you.

How to Heal Your Metabolism will question everything you thought you knew about health and nutrition. If you are ready to understand nutrition and health in a completely different light, then you need to read this book.

“You NEED this book if you care about your health! It is one of the few books that truly encompasses what whole body healing is all about. It not only teaches you about your body physiology, but also allows you to understand the physiology of food and the connecting between both. Food alone has the largest impact on the physiology of our systems. If we begin to understand our foods, we can begin to understand ourselves.”

~ Josh Rubin, author of Saturated Fact and the creator of The Metabolic Blue Print (


Kate Deering is a respected personal trainer and holistic nutritional, exercise, and lifestyle coach. With more than 20 years experience in the health and fitness industry, she prides herself on her out-of-the-box methods that support metabolic health and improve health and body function.

Kate has committed her life to finding the answers to optimal health, a high metabolism, and true happiness. Her own journey to health and happiness became the foundation of her teachings and helped her understand why health is not established with dieting and over-exercising but with self-love and an increase in cellular metabolism—usually achieved with eating more and working out less.

Through continual research and reading, Kate realized a high running metabolism is the foundation to great health, happiness, and longevity. As an author, mentor, consultant, and educator, she coaches people around the world on how to improve their metabolism by using real food, rest, sleep, the right type of exercise and self-love.

Kate holds degrees in psychology and exercise science, is a Certified Nutritional Coach, Z-Health Practitioner and is a Holistic Exercise and Lifestyle Coach through the CHEK Institute.


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9 simple rules to follow, when eating out and maintaining a metabolically supportive diet.

1. Drink OJ/ carbonated water as your beverage. You will be surprised how much this drink will curb your appetite. Consuming a beverage with some healthy sugars prior to eating will help your blood sugar levels stay stable and keep you from over-eating at your meal. *Alcoholic beverages will usually DROP your blood sugar, encouraging you to eat more than normal. Therefore, if you are going to drink alcohol, add some fruit juice.
2. Avoid the polyunsaturated fats. Most restaurants use cheap, liquid oils to cook their food. Ordering food that is grilled, baked, boiled or raw (like oysters)should help eliminate these oils (but not always). Another options is to ask your food to be cooked in butter, or at the very least EVOO.
3. Eat slow and chew your food. It's easy to over eat, especially if the food is good, when you are eating out. Thus, if you slow down, chew and taste every bite you will be able to STOP eating before you are overfull. Plus, your gut will be much happier with food that has been thoroughly predigested in the mouth.
4. Take 1/2 your protein home. Depending on the restaurant you may go to, your protein may be the equivalent of at least 2 servings. Protein options from many restaurants can range from 6 oz. to 16oz., a normal serving is 3-6oz. Save yourself the heart burn and the additional calories, eat half the protein and take the other half home.
5. Share your meal, apps, and dessert. I love a good meal out. My issue is I like to try many things, but can never finish everything. Thus, sharing EVERYTHING allows me to try more options, but not over eat by trying to eat it all by myself. * fruit, cheese, ice cream and coffee are good dessert options.
6. Order wild, warm blooded fish, shellfish, grass fed and game meats as your entree. These proteins will contain less polyunsaturated fats than farmed, cold water fish and conventionally farmed meats like most beef and chicken options.
7. Eat the potato. And of course, add a little butter and salt. Yes, it's starch, and too much starch can be fattening, but baked, boiled or even mashed potatoes, can be a healthy addition to any meal. Potatoes contain loads of potassium, along with magnesium, vitamin C and B-6. Potatoes also help you fill up, so the desire to eat a PUFA filled dessert decreases.
8. Enjoy your food. Even if you can only do a few of the above, do not stress. Eat slowly and mindfully. Be present with the people you are eating with and have a great time. Nobody is perfect, and the expectation of perfection is only more stress.

9. Eat out, just not too much. The truth is, it is hard to get healthy and lose fat if you are eating out all the time. Home cooked, fresh, organic food is always best. When you cook at home, you KNOW what oils your food is cooked in, you see how your food is prepared, and you are in control of how much and what is put on your plate.
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