On Wednesday, May 14 @ 10 a.m. PDT, we’ll be welcoming Jonathan Bailor, author of the New York Times Bestseller, The Calorie Myth.
You can register here (a very quick process). You’ll have a chance to get your most pressing question for Jonathan answered on the day of the webcast.
Bonus? Securing your seat automatically registers you for a chance to win your own copy of The Calorie Myth, along with discounts on WellnessFX.
The Calorie Myth exposes the fundamental flaw upon which the diet industry has been built: the “eat less + exercise more = weight loss” equation simply doesn’t add up. After over 10 years of research and collaboration with some of the top academics, doctors, scientists, and thinkers in the field of health and wellness, Jonathan Bailor has developed this revolutionary new model for weight loss—and lifelong health.
With The Calorie Myth, Bailor gives clear comprehensive guidance on what to eat and why. Bailor’s book provides an eating plan, easy recipes, and a simple at-home exercise program.
Don’t miss this cutting edge webcast as we talk about the “Calories In, Calories Out” Misconception.
In 45 minutes, we’ll cover:
- Eating more of the right kinds of foods and exercising less, but at a higher intensity as a formula for burning fat.
- Why food restriction isn’t the answer to reaching and maintaining a healthy weight.
- How hormones play a primary role in weight regulation.
- How the food you’re eating affects the hormones that regulate your metabolism.
- The types of foods you should be eating more of to get your hormones in check.
- How the body responds to calories and physical activity.
About Jonathan Bailor
Jonathan Bailor is a preeminent nutrition & exercise expert & former personal trainer who specializes who specializes in using high-quality food and exercise to simplify health and fitness. He has been collaborating with top scientists for over 10 years, analyzing over 1,300 studies, synthesizing over 10,000 pages of research, and garnered endorsements by top doctors from Harvard Medical School, Johns Hopkins, Yale, and UCLA.
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