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THE METABOLIC ADVANTAGE DIET

TEACH YOUR BODY TO BURN 300% MORE FAT, IN HALF THE TIME – PROVEN BY SCIENCE

THE METABOLIC ADVANTAGE DIET CAN HELP YOU RAPIDLY TRANSFORM YOUR HEALTH AND PHYSIQUE USED BY ELITE ATHLETES, LEADING MEDICAL EXPERTS AND EVEN THE SPECIAL FORCES.

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BURN MORE FAT

& LOSE WEIGHT FASTER

WHY IS THIS METABOLIC ADVANTAGE DIET DIFFERENT TO THE REST?

Termed ”the metabolic advantage diet” this protocol has been developed after nearly a decade of research testing low-carb diet.

After years of research, including first hand testing in the lab, these protocols use specific refeeds and fasting periods to truly maximize the potential of a ketogenic diet.

Firstly, the strategic refeeds help maintain carbohydrate tolerance and specific glycolytic enzymes.

In addition, the strategic, research proven fasting windows helps you shred extra body fat and increase your ketone levels.

THIS IS ACHIEVED IN 2 STAGES AND TRULY UNIQUE TO THIS DIET.

STAGE 1: RAISE BLOOD KETONES AND TEACH YOUR BODY TO BURN FAT FUEL

STAGE 2: PLACE IN STRATEGIC FASTING WINDOWS, ALLOWING YOUR BODY TO FEED AND BURN ITS OWN BODY FAT, UP TO 300% MORE FASTER THAN A NORMAL DIET.

THIS IS HOW

THE METABOLIC ADVANTAGE DIET

CAN HELP YOU SUCCEED – EVEN IF YOU’VE FAILED SEVERAL OTHER DIETS IN THE PAST

Boosts slow and sluggish metabolisms due to the unique nature of the Metabolic Advantage Diet & Advanced Training Techniques.
Support, motivation and accountability with monthly challenges, check-ins and 1:1 support in the Private Facebook Group with 1000s of members. Everyone can do a 4 week diet however, we focus on long-term lifestyle changes, not yo-yo dieting or fad diets.
Increases your ability to burn fat by up to 300-400% so you will lose weight more efficiently, with dozens of studies showing superior fat loss compared to a typical low-fat diet.
Reduces cravings and decrease your hunger hormones so you can lose weight more successfully and most importantly, KEEP IT OFF!
100s of videos and resources for beginners, helping to educate you and transforming both your physique and knowledge for long-term success.
Varied and flexible diet, allowing you to eat the foods you love and providing tasty alternatives & over 100 physique friendly recipes.
Advanced Carb Cycling / Refeed strategies to boost your metabolism, hunger hormones and give you a dieting break to improve long-term adherence and success.
Reduced fatigue when performing long-duration exercising as it teaches your body to fuel on fat.
Done-for-you plans, example diets, supplement protocols and 20 weeks’ worth of workouts. If you are in a hurry you can jump straight in tomorrow and get started right away!
Improve metabolic health, with dozens of studies showing it can reduce blood sugar levels, triglyceride levels, bad cholesterol and insulin resistance – key markers of diabetes and heart disease.

How It Works
& What You Get

The Metabolic Advantage Diet Plan Provides Every Single Tool You Could Possibly Need To Burn Fat.

Metabolic Advantage Diet

SCIENTIFIC MANUAL


The metabolic advantage manual provides you with a step-by-step guide of what to do and when to do it. Teaching you exactly what to eat, how it works, how to take track progress, make changes, what supplements to take etc.

Metabolic Advantage Diet

TRAINING BLOCK 1


The Metabolic Advantage Diet training block 1 kick starts your metabolism and helps you deplete muscle glycogen levels with my metabolic circuits and advanced HIIT workouts. This quickly forces your body to increase ketone levels and start burning fat for fuel. These types of workouts have been specifically tested in research and been shown to boost anabolic and fat burning hormones by 200-300% more than regular training!

Metabolic Advantage Diet

TRAINING BLOCK 2


The second training block ramps up the intensity and focuses on developing lean muscle tone and strength while further boosting your metabolism with the advanced superset workouts. By adding in these workouts, you will quickly shock your body into further adaptations and fat loss by rapidly increasing the volume and density. This workout block will take you to your training to entire new level, whether you are an advanced bodybuilder or total beginner.

Metabolic Advantage Diet

TRAINING BLOCK 3 & 4


The 3rd and 4th training block builds upon tracking block 2 using more advanced training techniques such as dropsets, cluster sets, BFR, rest pause, intra-set stretching sets and more to boost your metabolism for up to 48, while also increasing fat burning hormones such as ephedrine and growth hormone.

Metabolic Advantage Diet

FAT BURNING HOME AND HIIT WORKOUTS


The 3rd and 4th training block builds upon tracking block 2 using more advanced training techniques such as dropsets, cluster sets, BFR, rest pause, intra-set stretching sets and more to boost your metabolism for up to 48, while also increasing fat burning hormones such as ephedrine and growth hormone.

Metabolic Advantage Diet

EXAMPLE 7 DAY KETOGENIC DIET MEAL PLANS


For your diet, you get example 7 day meal plans providing you with over 30 different meals, snacks, pre & post workout nutrition plans and advanced supplement protocols.

These are also broken down based on our specific calorie & macro needs – no one size fits all approach.

Metabolic Advantage Diet

AB SHRED GUIDE


Highly advanced ab routines, based on the latest EMG(muscle activation) research, utilizing the very best exercises based on research, not the “common” exercises that don’t actually recruit the abdominals.

Metabolic Advantage Diet

KETOGENIC DIET


A full 40+ page Ebook educating you on the science, history and mechanisms of the ketogenic diet. In this guide, i breakdown all the research of a ketogenic diet, showing its medical uses and health benefits.

Metabolic Advantage Diet

SUPPLEMENT GUIDE


This supplement guide provides research proven supplements and protocols that can help you optimize the metabolic adaptations and benefits of a ketogenic diet. This guide is exclusive to this program and unique as it provides a tailored strategy to counter many of the negative issues low-carb/keto diets face (keto flu, low energy etc), tried and tested first hand when researching in my lab and working with clients.

Metabolic Advantage Diet

KETONE ASSESSMENTS GUIDE


Learn all the scientifically researched ways to assess and monitor ketone levels to ensure your diet is on track. Using advanced research proven methods, we can pinpoint the accuracy of your diet and make changes if needed.

Metabolic Advantage Diet

STRATEGIC REFEEDS & CARB LOADS


This unique guide will teach you how to strategically manipulate your metabolism and integrate high carb refeeds within the ketogenic diet. By doing this, you can reap the rewards of both a low-carb and high-carb diet, while also adding flexibility into your regime and enjoying the occasional carby treat when you wish, or, when socializing with family etc.

Metabolic Advantage Diet

BURNING HOME WORKOUTS


The fat burning home workouts give you all the tools you need to transform your physique and health from your own home! Specifically tailored and designed using advanced training principles you will never see in generic home workouts, these advanced protocols can provide you with a hardcore gym session right in your living room. Features multiple exercises and workouts i’ve personally used with Hollywood Celebrities and public figures to help them transform their physiques while traveling.

Metabolic Advantage Diet

DIET FAQ


A full FAQ answering any questions you may have and ensuring every aspect of your programming is on point for fat loss.

KETOGENIC RECIPE BOOKS

80 SUPER TASTY FAT BURNING RECIPES

ACCESS TO THE

PRIVATE FB GROUP

Not only will you get my free high protein recipe cookbook you will ALSO get access to me and my private FB group with over 30,000 members. I spend most of my day in there answering 100+ questions and speaking with every member individually. NOWHERE else online will you find this level of personal support from myself, along with motivation, accountability and be able to meet new, like-minded fitness friends every single day!

MY 100% RESULTS GUARANTEE

As this plan is based on years of advanced scientific testing which has been successfully utilized by 1000s of our members I am 100% confident in you and your results. I understand you’ve likely failed before and followed fad diets or plans that promise the world, but, you must understand this is a totally different ball game due to my scientific/research background and experience with elite athletes, models and Hollywood Celebs.

After all, the US Navy even bought me in to train the hardest and most elite men on the face of the earth... So, because I know the plan works, I offer a Money Back Guarantee if you complete the plan and do not get results. Simple. All you must do is complete the plan, follow my workouts/diet plans and then if you are not happy just email me for a full refund! Don’t worry, we can also stay friends 🙂

Regular PRICE: $399

All files are provided in PDF format which can be opened on any device such as a PC, Laptop, Smart Phones, Tablets. This price is a one time $49 fee. with absolutely no future or re-occuring payments. You get life time access to the files and only exclusive members only content.

ABOUT RUDY MAWER, MS, CISSN

Rudy is a world renowned Hollywood Celebrity Trainer with nearly a decade’s experience in physique transformation. He has successfully oached over 500 personal clients, including NBA Athletes, Gold Medalists, Pro Bikini Athletes and Bodybuilders and World Record Holders.Along with this, he has a 1st class Masters and Bachelors in Exercise & Nutrition Science, is a certified CISSN Sports Nutritionist and is a respected researcher in the fitness, supplement and nutrition scientific community.

Rudy also consults for the world's leading fitness authorities and is a part-time scientific editor for Bodybuilding.com, T-Nation, Authority Nutrition, Muscle & Strength, Kaged Muscle, IFBB Ben Pakulski, Mi40, Kris Gethin and many more…You can now get all of Rudy's elite knowledge, research and experience condensed into a done-for-you plan, tried and tested on clients including Hollywood Celebs, Pro Bikini models and 100s of normal people just trying to shred stubborn fat!

REFERENCES

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Rocha Ataide, T. (2013). Very-low-carbohydrate ketogenic diet v. low-fat diet for long-term weight loss: a meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials. British Journal of Nutrition, 110(07), 1178-1187.


Brehm, B. J., Seeley, R. J., Daniels, S. R., & D’Alessio, D. A. (2003). A randomized trial comparing a very low carbohydrate diet and a calorie-restricted low fat diet on body weight and cardiovascular risk factors in healthy women. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, 88(4), 1617-1623.

Brinkworth, G. D., Noakes, M., Buckley, J. D., Keogh, J. B., & Clifton, P. M. (2009). Long-term effects of a very-low-carbohydrate weight loss diet compared with an isocaloric low-fat diet after 12 mo. The American journal of clinical nutrition, 90(1), 23-32.

Brooks, G. A., & Mercier, J. (1994). Balance of carbohydrate and lipid utilization during exercise: the "crossover" concept. Journal of Applied Physiology, 76(6), 2253-2261.

Brinkworth, G. D., Noakes, M., Clifton, P. M., & Buckley, J. D. (2009). Effects of a low carbohydrate weight loss diet on exercise capacity and tolerance in obese subjects. Obesity, 17(10), 1916-1923.

Boden, G., Sargrad, K., Homko, C., Mozzoli, M., & Stein, T. P. (2005). Effect of a low-carbohydrate diet on appetite, blood glucose levels, and insulin resistance in obese patients with type 2 diabetes. Annuals of internal medicine, 142(6), 403-411.


†Individual Results may vary, and testimonials are not claimed to represent typical results. All testimonials are real men and/or women, and may not reflect the typical purchaser’s experience, and are not intended to represent or guarantee that anyone will achieve the same or similar results. Every person has unique experiences, exercise habits, eating habits, and applies the information in a different way. Thus, the experiences that we share from other people may not reflect the typical users’ experience. However, these results are meant as a showcase of what the best, most motivated users’ have achieved. In addition, you assume certain risks inherent in exercise and nutrition programs by using this system. You should not begin the program if you have a physical condition that makes intense exercise dangerous. In addition, Our Programs require you to follow an eating plan and at times restrict the amount of calories you consume. You should not begin this eating plan if you have physical or psychological issues which make fat loss dangerous. RudyMawer.com / Rudy Mawer's Programs are an educational service that provides general health information. Rudy is not a doctor, and his advice is not a substitute for medical advice. Please consult a physician before beginning any exercise or diet program.

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