Dr Eric Serrano’s Blood Work Analysis
Dr. Eric Serrano’s Blood Work Analysis enables him to help patients reach short and long term goals by seeing what is happening on the inside. Hormones govern progress and must be optimized with proper nutrition, exercise, stress reduction, recovery and other in depth strategies to maximize physique and performance transformations.
Dr. Eric Serrano’s Blood Work Analysis
A combination of high stress and poor sleep quality leads to increased levels of body fat and lower quality of life. Dr. Serrano began spotting this problematic trend many years ago which led him to develop the Fat Reduce FBO5 night time to help patients lose body fat. The night time Fat Reduce FBO5 formula is scientifically engineered to help clients transition into a restful level of sleep so the body can naturally regenerate properly. Improved sleep quality can lead to a more optimal hormonal environment which supports faster rates of body fat loss.
Dr. Serrano organized a study to evaluate important markers including RQ and other important factors to measure the effectiveness of using the Fat Reduce FBO5 Day and Night time formulas for 30 days without any changes to the nutrition or exercise programs of the participants. The average measurement of Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) increased by an average of over 500 calories per day. The study participants included fifteen males and fifteen females with the females experiencing a slightly higher improvement in BMR in comparison to men.
Optimizing Insulin Levels
Insulin is the most anabolic hormone and should not be eliminated. Chronically high insulin levels above can present many health risks in addition to difficulty losing body fat. Optimizing insulin levels during the meals following exercise is very important for improving body composition, performance and rates of recovery. The correct ratios of dietary fat, protein and carbohydrate are crucial during the post workout meals to help clients maximize their benefits from training. Alpha Omega M3 consumed with meals following training can help to optimize insulin levels and drive raw materials into hungry muscles instead of spilling over into fat cells.
Hormones Govern Progress
Dr. Eric Serrano MD reviews hormonal blood work test results for his patient Scott Mendelson which were completed in 2014 and 2016. Insulin levels were surprisingly higher than expected considering Scott does not eat refined foods or sugars and maintains a low carbohydrate diet. However past food allergy tests have revealed certain problems that may be contributing to elevated insulin. Consuming the same foods too often, even food choices which Dr. Serrano would consider to be excellent can develop food allergies, irritations and intolerances. Some people will have more genetic factors than others causing food allergies, irritations and intolerances without over consumption of any particular item.
Monitoring blood sugar
Future videos will discuss blood tests performed during December of 2017 and daily blood sugar monitoring with new technology Dr. Serrano uses to help patients reach short and long term goals. In many cases it can take a while for many elements to improve in concert to deliver desirable improvements to body composition, performance, daily energy and quality of life.
How the nutrition intake impacts glucose and insulin
Insulin is the break that lowers sugar and pushes the sugar into the cells. There are many “sugar accelerators” including glucagon, cortisol, nor-epinephrine, epinephrine and DHEA that are all involved in elevating sugars as part of a primal survival mechanism. Insulin levels are impacted by many factors including stress, food allergies, food choices, combinations of foods, timing of meals, sleep patterns and more based on Dr. Eric Serrano’s Blood Work Analysis.
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