Sometimes “healthy” living leads to ill-health!

Your health issues such as dry skin, hair loss, constipation and PMS is likely tied in with a low metabolic rate. Eat For Heat shows you how to raise your metabolic rate and get healthy!

Want to hear the strangest health irony there is?

Well, sometimes “healthy” living leads to ill-health!

That’s right.

Certain common, widely-accepted 21-st century health practices tend to lower metabolism.

Does that sound outrageous?

Poor metabolism = poor health!

Well, a poor metabolic rate (caused by overzealous healthy living) can be responsible for common health issues.

Today I’m going to help you see the truth no one is talking about and what to do about it!

Listen to my 9-minute explosive conversation with Matt Stone

Get Eat for Heat for the exact details

Controversial, but right on!

Matt Stone, best-selling author of

Eat for Heat is the only person willing to talk about this controversial metabolic phenomenon.

Perhaps this important, unheard of, never spoken about information can help you or someone you know.

And, if you want to go deeper and learn how to easily improve your health, check out Matt Stone’s best-selling book

Eat For Heat

(Yes, that link is an affiliate link. It won’t cost you more, but if you use it, I get a tiny commission which helps support my website. So, thanks in advance)!

Listen to a snippet of my Matt Stone conversation (just 9 mins) right here:

Who the heck is Matt Stone?

Matt Stone is an independent health researcher, #1 Amazon bestselling author of more than 15 books, and the founder of 180DegreeHealth, a controversial website that has challenged the status quo on health with a combination of cutting-edge science and radical common sense since 2006.

In his book, Eat for Heat, Stone lays out explicit instructions for achieving a high metabolic rate, the details of which are his greatest discovery in his decade of intensive research.

With an increase in metabolic rate, thousands of his readers and clients have reported improvements in a vast array of disorders: constipation, hair loss, low libido, acid reflux, insomnia, anxiety, cold hands and feet, frequent urination, allergies, skin conditions, chronic infections, infertility, and countless others, all while eating common, enjoyable, comfort foods to their heart’s content.

In this conversation we discuss:

  • What are the signs of a low metabolism, and why should we care?
  • Why is the common health admonition to drink water hurting our health?
  • Find out why common health complaints like PMS, infertility, insomnia, constipation, dry skin, and hair loss can improve when we have more energy!
  • …and so much more!

Check out my glow-your-mind 9-minute conversation with Matt Stone.

Let me know what you think after you read

Eat for Heat.

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2 comments on “Sometimes “healthy” living leads to ill-health!

  1. Cynthia on said:

    Does this apply to me? I tend to worry constantly about my body image. What I look like. I’m scared of getting fat. I never really enjoy eating cuz I’m scared of getting fat. Will this book help I wonder?

    • By Kathy on said:

      Cynthia, your insight is right on. So many women do have this fear of getting fat. We are so critical of what we look like. What size we wear. We seem to never measure up to the standard of how we should look.

      Yes, Eat for Heat will help you. Matt Stone addresses this issue. Please don’t think you are alone. Let me know how you like the book.

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