Dr. Mitch Gordon, who founded NutriMost Connecticut in 2014, was recently interviewed on Fox6Now about the weightloss success he enjoyed on NutriMost.
Although he’s been a chiropractor for over 20 years, Gordon has struggled with his own weight issues. When he started out, on the first day he stuffed himself on food that the program identified as actually being the ones that would help him go out of fat storage and into fat burn. He ate a lot, but the next day he didn’t believe the scale. It told him he had lost four pounds.
After somebody on NutriMost goes into fat burn, they can burn from 2,000 to 3,000 to 4,000 or even 5,000 calories per day, even though exercise is not required. He says he may have burned even more than 5,000 calories per day because he was such a large man. Now, however, his waist is down to 32 inches.
The secret to NutriMost’s success is how it uses Nutrimost Recipes and NRF Technology to identify 2,800 biomarkers such as hormones and neurotransmitters. Using that information, NutriMost recommends certain foods to help that patient balance their metabolism and go into fat burn instead of fat storage. He says it as though everybody has a switch. For most people it’s permanently set to fat storage mode. However, the NutriMost system and technology identifies the foods to eat that flip it to fat burning.
And that’s done without exercise, prepackaged foods, shakes, powders or bars. Clients don’t have to buy anything special from Nutrimost.
On TV, a big blob of plastic brown fat sets on the table, representing the five pounds of fat which most people lose a week on the NutriMost program. It’s impressive to think that such a big hunk is the same as the more than five pounds of fat people carry around in their bodies.