56 min

EPISODE 48: Why Quality Foods Matter The Proclivity Podcast

    • Health & Fitness

Do you find yourself hungry throughout the day?

If the answer is yes, you are not alone.  Most people struggle with losing weight, having energy and dealing with hunger cravings during the day.

The problem is that as a society we have become hyper focused on “diets” and “watching our calories” that we are missing the underlying problem of vitamin deficiency that is affecting millions of people every year.

92% of Americans are suffering from one or more mineral or vitamin deficiency.  This is an astounding number…

The reason is that processed foods have become a staple in the American diet while the soil of  farmlands across the nation continue to be deficient in micronutrients producing less high nutrient whole foods.

This is why so many people struggle with hunger cravings throughout the day because their body isn’t receiving enough micronutrients to maintain proper cell production so that body asks for more fuel, even if it’s not the best quality.

This leads to overeating, weight gain, poor energy and a plethora of different digestive issues.  Yet it doesn’t have to be this way!  By making a few adjustments to the QUALITY of foods you get you can start to crave less, have more energy and start burning more fat!

Join Emily and Joel as they talk about the importance of quality foods and how they can help you to create a metabolically flexible body that will burn more fat, create more energy and stop those mid day cravings!

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THE PROCLIVITY METHOD:


Information: https://www.proclivity.co/proclivity-method
Clarity Call: https://www.proclivity.co/clarity-call



PROCLIVITY SUPPORTED PRODUCTS:

Eight Sleep Pod:


www.eightsleep.com
Use promo code “Joel” at checkout for $150 off

Hydroviv Water Filter:


https://www.hydroviv.com/

LMNT Electrolytes


https://drinklmnt.com/
Email Team@proclivity.co for a FREE sample pack

Molekule Air Purifier:


https://molekule.com/
Use the link above to save $50 off your order

Do you find yourself hungry throughout the day?

If the answer is yes, you are not alone.  Most people struggle with losing weight, having energy and dealing with hunger cravings during the day.

The problem is that as a society we have become hyper focused on “diets” and “watching our calories” that we are missing the underlying problem of vitamin deficiency that is affecting millions of people every year.

92% of Americans are suffering from one or more mineral or vitamin deficiency.  This is an astounding number…

The reason is that processed foods have become a staple in the American diet while the soil of  farmlands across the nation continue to be deficient in micronutrients producing less high nutrient whole foods.

This is why so many people struggle with hunger cravings throughout the day because their body isn’t receiving enough micronutrients to maintain proper cell production so that body asks for more fuel, even if it’s not the best quality.

This leads to overeating, weight gain, poor energy and a plethora of different digestive issues.  Yet it doesn’t have to be this way!  By making a few adjustments to the QUALITY of foods you get you can start to crave less, have more energy and start burning more fat!

Join Emily and Joel as they talk about the importance of quality foods and how they can help you to create a metabolically flexible body that will burn more fat, create more energy and stop those mid day cravings!

.

.

.

THE PROCLIVITY METHOD:


Information: https://www.proclivity.co/proclivity-method
Clarity Call: https://www.proclivity.co/clarity-call



PROCLIVITY SUPPORTED PRODUCTS:

Eight Sleep Pod:


www.eightsleep.com
Use promo code “Joel” at checkout for $150 off

Hydroviv Water Filter:


https://www.hydroviv.com/

LMNT Electrolytes


https://drinklmnt.com/
Email Team@proclivity.co for a FREE sample pack

Molekule Air Purifier:


https://molekule.com/
Use the link above to save $50 off your order

56 min

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