A revolutionary, sustainable and scientific approach to help you lose weight, regain energy, clear your mind, and prevent disease.
Like our fingerprints, each of us has a unique metabolism. Your metabolism will change as you move through life, shaping your mental and physical capabilities. However, one in four of us will experience trouble with our metabolism. Dr. Noel Maclaren, an award-winning endocrinologist and Sunita Singh Maclaren, a medical anthropology expert, share their revolutionary new approach to mastering your metabolism that combines medical and behavioral insights in order to help balance your weight, boost your energy and improve your cognitive abilities.
Imagine the metabolism as a beguiling jigsaw. We all fit into one of four ‘metabolic personality’ types, based on our bodies' levels of sensitivity to insulin. Maximize Your Metabolism offers a comprehensive self-assessment quiz to uncover yours. Drawing on pioneering data from a person’s genetic legacies, appetite signals and mental resilience, this book will enable you to create a unique plan specific to your needs, and will help you achieve robust brain and body health, including:
• Enhancing your cognitive abilities by limiting grains and fruits as the brain’s ability to absorb glucose declines from your late 40’s onwards • Optimizing your weight by identifying the simple vs. complex carbohydrates that work for your metabolic type • Overcoming insulin-related persistent fatigue and increasing your muscle’s energy efficiency through resistance and aerobic exercise • Protecting yourself from disease-causing internal inflammation by opting for prebiotics found in artichokes, leeks and onions and avoiding certain “health” foods
Dr. Noel Maclaren and Sunita Singh Maclaren have helped thousands of patients in their clinic for over fifteen years, by reversing these metabolic imbalances. Filled with specific time-tested guidance and over 30 healthy and delicious recipes, Maximize Your Metabolism is perfect for anyone who wants to be a champion of their own health, gain an overall sense of wellbeing in as little as six months, and to sustain it for a lifetime.
About the Author
Dr. Noel Maclaren is an award-winning pioneer in endocrinology and the metabolism who practices in New York. He is a professor of pediatrics at the Weill College of Medicine of Cornell University and the co-founder of MetaKura. In his practice, Dr. Maclaren specializes in internal medicine, endocrinology, and metabolism in adults, children, and pregnant women. He has been listed multiple times on the annual “Best Doctors in America” by The Best Doctors Group at Harvard University. His numerous other awards include the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation International Award, David Rumbough Scientiﬁc Award, the International Research Canadian Diabetes Association/Connaught Novo Nordisk Award, Mary Jane Kugel Award, and his research has been funded by multiple NIH grants.
Sunita Singh Maclaren is the cofounder and CEO of MetaKura’s digital platform and its Metabolism Innovation Lab. She also personally coaches individuals. Prior to this, she was founder of World Wise, a cultural advisory ﬁrm known for its tailored, local knowledge-based solutions for the global challenges faced by governmental agencies and nonproﬁts. Her expertise in representing the values and priorities of local communities in over thirty countries, including those in West Africa, the Russian Far East, and South East Asia, has been sought by the world’s leading corporations. In rural India and China, she has worked in the area of medical anthropology. She continues to study the relationships between cultural and social health behavior, as well as people’s beliefs about their metabolism.
“Equipped with years of research and positive outcomes, Dr. Noel Maclaren and Sunita Singh Maclaren have created a practical playbook for changing lives. Their impassioned advocacy to elevate the role of nutrition as essential for both physical and brain health is a call to action. According to ancient philosophy, food is medicine. Maximize Your Metabolism is about to show the world how to practice it.” —Zara Ingilizian, Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum