RD, RN , PA, NP, CDE, RPh? Get certified to TEACH the Metabolism Miracle at your Hospital, Office, Private Practice, Community Center.

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Teach The Metabolism Miracle™ program and get a free educator membership to Miracle-Ville.com.

Attention hospitals, medical centers, diabetes and weight loss centers, as well as  individual educators, RD’s, CDE’s,  PA’s, nutritionists, RN’s, RPh’s, or NP’s; those who own or want to open a private practice  or are employed by  interested medical practices.

The Metabolism Miracle™ is the only lifestyle program that can enable long-term weight loss, inch loss, decreases in blood pressure, LDL, triglycerides, A1C, glucose, insulin level and increases in Vitamin D and HDL.

Researched, developed, tested, and published by Diane Kress, RD CDE….a medical nutrition specialist who spent her career working with those struggling with overweight, obesity, metabolic syndrome, PCOS, pre diabetes, type 2 diabetes.

Over 60% of your patients/clients cannot succeed on “calories in –calories out”, low fat programs.  But you already know this as your patients come and go without getting or retaining the results they deserve.

The reason most of your patients/clients cannot lose weight and keep it off?  Over 60% of adults, those who struggle with their weight and weight -related medical conditions were born with  the genetic predisposition to insulin over-production, resultant fat gain, and insulin resistance.  Environmental or life stressors such as overweight, sedentary lifestyle, emotional stress, illness, auto-immune disease, certain medications, chronic pain trips the genes that result in insulin imbalance.

Metabolic  chaos progressively leads to overweight, obesity, PCOS, pre diabetes, type 2 diabetes, depression/anxiety, poor self- esteem, and can be a contributing factor in breast, prostate, colon, skin cancers, infertility,  and  Alzheimer’s disease.

The program is based on state-of-the science research and is scientifically- proven to decrease insulin release, promote fat burning, and decrease insulin resistance.

Now published around the world and a NY Times Bestseller, The Metabolism Miracle became the #1 selling diet/health book on Amazon.com, Barnes and Nobel, Borders, Books-a-Million.  Diane Kress is a 35 year RD and CDE who researched and developed this program, taught it to over 6000 of her patients in her private practice, and maintains the website:  Miracle-Ville.com.  Her blog (www.dianekress@wordpress.com)  was named “Top Researched Blog for Diabetes” for two consecutive years (Experian Marketing) and ShareCare named her one of the top 10 RD’s in the USA Making a Difference.  Diane Kress is a person with diabetes and a diabetes advocate.

The Metabolism Miracle™ is a proprietary program owned by Diane Kress, RD CDE.  Like any licensed program, it cannot be taught without certification.  The entire cost of teaching The Metabolism Miracle is $60.00 per month ($720.00 annual certificate) and the cost of the book (s) that will be your teaching material for clients/patients can be purchased at BULK RATE from the publisher.(Perseus Books).

You, your practice,  or Health Center will be listed as certified to teach The Metabolism Miracle….I get requests every day to recommend a teacher close to “home.”  Be that provider!

Your free educator’s membership to www.Miracle-Ville.com will provide you with answers to all Metabolism Miracle lifestyle questions, support, program updates, Diane Kress’ Blog, and personal answers to questions that might not be answered on the site.  A 99.99/year value and a must for those teaching the program….it’s yours FREE when you become certified to teach The Metabolism Miracle™.

If you are interested in teaching the Metabolism Miracle™, joining Miracle-Ville.com, receiving certification to teach the program, or have any questions, contact Diane Kress at dietquestions@ymail.com.  Remember, the program cannot be taught without certification.  Your patients and their physicians will thank you for it!

Diane Kress

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FDA issues a safety warning on 3 “new” diabetes medications. Deja vu….

FDA drug warning

Replace these potentially dangerous medications with The Metabolism Miracle Program.

 Side effects of the Metabolism Miracle include:  permanent weight and fat loss, increased energy, focus, concentration, decreased blood pressure, cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, triglycerides, insulin levels, insulin resistance, HbA1C, risk of breast, skin, and prostate cancer, risk of dementia.

By the way, the “real names” of the FDA warning drugs are INVOKANA, FARXIGA, and JARDIANCE.  Sorry, big Pharma, but people deserve to know.FDA Issues Warning on Commonly Used T2 Drug

Thursday, July 30, 2015  DiabetesCare.net

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a warning this week for a certain class of medication that is used to treat type 2 diabetes. The class of drug, sodium-glucose cotransporter-2 (SGLT2) inhibitors, include the drugs: canagliflozin, dapagliflozin, and empagliflozin. The warning was levied because of recent incidents where the drug class is believed to be the cause behind multiple cases of ketoacidosis, a condition in which the body produces high levels of blood acids called ketones that may require hospitalization.

Symptoms of ketoacidosis include but aren’t limited to: difficulty breathing, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, confusion, and unusual fatigue or sleepiness. If you are experiencing these symptoms and you are on the drug please visit your medical provider.

Even though the FDA issued the warning, the drug class is FDA-approved, primarily for its ability to lower blood sugar in people with type 2 diabetes. However, in the FDA’s Adverse Event Reporting System (FAERS), 20 cases can be seen of diabetic ketoacidosis, ketoacidosis, or ketosis in patients treated with the inhibitor between March, 2013 and June, 2014. All of which can be dangerous to a type 2 diabetes patient.

For more information on the warning and the drugs included visit FDA’s website.

Source:The Food and Drug Administration

Read more: http://www.diabetescare.net/article/title/fda-issues-warning-on-commonly-used-t2-drug?utm_source=DiabetesCare.net&utm_campaign=1fdac1bd1d-DC_net_Newsletter_7_29_15&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_b42e0194b0-1fdac1bd1d-393602677#ixzz3hzDc15Hw

The Metabolism Miracle:  http://www.amazon.com/Metabolism-Miracle-Regain-Control-Permanently/dp/0738213861/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1438818166&sr=1-1&keywords=the+metabolism+miracle

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Exercising throughout the day trumps one burst of activity a day!

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Most Effective Exercise…. Spreading your physical activity throughout the day may trump one bout of exercise in a 24 hour period.  The Metabolism Miracle recommends a minimum of 30 minutes or more over and above your typical activity per day…and getting active throughout your day is best.

Try this idea for two weeks:  Exercise for 10 minute intervals 3 or 4 times a day.  Exercise stimulates metabolic rate and fat burning for more than 8 hours.  Rather than 30 minutes of exercising and  a sedentary rest of your day…spread those valuable exercise minutes over the course of your day.  After two weeks, you will see a difference in your mood, tone, and weight loss.  Then, make through-the-day- activity a way of life.

Like the gym?  Do your work out….but make sure earlier and later in the day you get bursts of physical activity, too.






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Exercise in a Needle?


DiabetesCare.com posted this article on July 28, 2015.  The research that was the basis for the article was done on TWO mice.  I kid you, not;   The study group consisted of two mice.  And the report got published as  new “Research” for those with diabetes.  This “research” was published on DiabetesCare.net’s professional page.  I tried to comment, but DiabetesCare would not allow comments.

Well, here’s my comment:

There is no substitute for physical activity.  Yes, exercise takes time and effort, but it needs to be done just like the body needs to eat and sleep.  Without exercise, anyone (including those with type 2 diabetes) will lose muscle mass, lower their metabolic rate, decrease bone density, strength, and energy, increase inflammation and decrease immunity.  Exercise strengthens many organs:  the heart, the lungs, the intestines, and the brain.

Beside the many known benefits we enjoy from exercise, there are still hidden benefits that we are not yet aware of.  Injecting a needle to take the place of exercise is comparable to taking a pill with “all” the macro and micro-nutrients, vitamins, minerals, fiber in a capsule t instead of eating food.  It’s not possible because there is more to healthy eating than what we know….and we can’t put what we don’t know into an injection or capsule.

We do know that a sedentary lifestyle increases the risk of developing diabetes as it  increases the types and doses of medication related to weight-related health issues. The risk of high blood glucose, cholesterol, triglycerides, insulin resistance, blood pressure,  anxiety, cancer, inflammation is decreased with regular exercise.

Exercise in an injection?  Not possible.

People with type 2 diabetes inherit the genetic complement for the disease.  In addition to having the genes, environmental stressors can pile on to trigger the insulin imbalance/resistance that eventually progresses to type 2 diabetes.

Some examples of Environmental Stressors that will speed the progression to type 2 diabetes:

►Lack of exercise

►High carbohydrate intake

►Emotional Stress

►Physical stress

►Chronic pain

►Weight gain

►Certain medications (prednisone, cortisone, beta blockers, statins)

►Hormonal changes (puberty/ pregnancy/menopause)

►Inflammation and autoimmune disease

As for the article that says people inherit a sedentary lifestyle?

People around the world did not INHERIT a sedentary lifestyle….they CHOSE a sedentary lifestyle.  It’s easy, lazy, and takes zero effort to be a couch potato.. No pill or injection can or will every replace our need for physical activity.  Make the right choice for your long-term health and wellness….exercise a minimum of 30 minutes/day over and above your typical activity level.


Research Source: University of Southampton

THE ARTICLE posted on DiabetesCare.net:

Researchers believe they have developed a molecule that mimics the effect of exercise, as a result can play a key role in fighting diseases such as obesity and type 2 diabetes. Researchers from the University of Southampton manufactured the molecule, compound 14, and their research showed that it could lead to a chain reaction that ends in the activation of the cell’s energy sensors, also known as AMPK, resulting in the cells attempting to increase their energy levels by increasing the glucose uptake and metabolism. In short, the molecule makes your cells think they’ve done exercise, while merely remaining sedentary.

The researchers put their molecule to the test by injecting two mice with it, one with normal weight, and one fed a high-fat diet to make it overweight. What they saw was little to no change in the mouse with the normal weight. However a daily dose of the molecule for seven days led to a regulated glucose tolerance and 1.5 grams of weight loss in the obese mouse.

“The issue is that established drugs [for people with type 2] do not successfully enable patients with type 2 diabetes to achieve glycemic control and some can even result in weight gain,” says Dr Felino Cagampang, Associate Professor in Integrative Physiology at the University of Southampton and the study’s co-author. Even if that’s the case this research does beg a couple of questions. Yes the study was done with mice so it remains to be seen how effective it would be with human participants. But the bigger question is; can’t you just achieve similar results by exercising as opposed to using an injection to simply mimic it?

What do you think? Do you think this could lead to something revolutionary, or could it lead to a continuing trend of a sedentary lifestyle that many people around the world have inherited?

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Yippee! We are eating fewer calories than we were 15 years ago…Why are we fatter and sicker than ever before?


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After reading this article in The New York Times, I was moved to comment.  Thankfully, the Times published my comment.

I’m now asking Jim Marks, executive vice president for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to spare some of the 1 BILLION dollars RWJ is earmarking for obesity research and advocacy.  It’s time to research and publish findings on The Metabolism Miracle,  the state of the science lifestyle program that can enable a major decrease in overweight, obesity, type 2 diabetes, and many other weight-related diseases  and conditions.

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NY Times; July 28, 2015

How Changing Attitudes Went Along With a Drop in Calories

By Margot Sanger-Katz

Fifteen years ago, in July 2000, a Newsweek cover depicted an overweight boy clutching a giant, melting ice cream cone. “Fat for Life?” read the headline.

The Newsweek cover was striking, but not unique. The early 2000s featured a series of obesity-themed magazine covers. Most depicted children.

America had its misgivings about excess weight, even as it packed on the pounds. There have been fitness booms and diet crazes for decades. But in the early 2000s, something changed, many public health experts say: Many people started seeing obesity as a health crisis instead of a personal problem. This shift explains the surprising reduction in calorie consumption since about 2003, the first in decades. Obesity became a national issue — and not just a health issue but a cultural and economic one, too.

Around that time, Americans’ daily calorie consumption, which had been climbing for more than two decades, peaked and started coming down.  The sustained calorie declines,   combined with a flattening of the obesity rate, (??????? DK) have persuaded many public health researchers that something is changing about how Americans consume food and indeed how they think about it.

The changes began with a growing scientific recognition that obesity was a worsening nationwide problem — and that excess weight was tied to health problems, including type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and cancer

But acknowledging those consequences came slowly over the last 15 years, perhaps changing more quickly in public opinion than in our restaurants and dining tables. Now, about 95 percent of people believe it is important to prevent obesity, according to polling for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Yet 35 percent of adult Americans are considered obese. (This percentage does NOT include those who are overweight! DK)

There’s no straight line between public health messages and public behavior. But many researchers contend that increased knowledge of obesity’s risks and a broader discussion of the evidence helped shape public consciousness of the issue.

The Centers for Disease Control, the federal government’s principal public health agency, began talking about an epidemic, language evocative of a health emergency. “All of the sudden, we turned around and saw the explosion of Type 2 diabetes, and the public health community started to use the words ‘obesity epidemic,’ ” said Dr. David Kessler, the former commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, and a professor at the University of California, San Francisco.

But many researchers say that the growing recognition that obesity was spreading rapidly among children — along with obesity-related illnesses — helped nudge public attitudes more than anything else. Children are rarely responsible for their own diets. And evidence suggested that it was easier to prevent obesity in children than reverse it.

Jim Marks, an executive vice president at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, said that the growing prevalence of childhood obesity — and all those magazine covers of overweight youngsters — really appeared to get people’s attention. “People became aware it was wider spread,” he said. The foundation has pledged to spend $1 billion on obesity research and advocacy. (Diane Kress hopes RWJ grants monetary and research support for The Metabolism Miracle program that enables a decrease in overweight/obesity, and  weight related health conditions.  Contact Diane Kress at dietquestions@ymail.com.  Can’t wait to hear from you, RWJ).

Two years ago, the American Medical Association classified obesity as a disease. That classification has not come without controversy. But Nikhil Dhurandhar, a professor of nutrition at Texas Tech University and the president of the Obesity Society, a group of obesity researchers, said the change was the culmination of changing awareness that obesity is a complex condition with health consequences, not just an aesthetic problem or a sign of a weak will.

“The focus has been now on the health aspect, not the cosmetic aspect,” he said.


This comment, by Diane Kress, was chosen by the NY Times to appear in the Comment Section for this article

You report that since 2003, Americans are taking in fewer calories. But, Americans are more overweight/obese and have many more weight-related illnesses than they did in 2003. The rate of obesity and weight-related conditions IS rising at epidemic rates.
As a medical nutrition therapist who specializes in treating overweight or obese patients with diet and exercise, I’ve had to change my approach due to state of the science research. For 65% of my patient base, I never discuss calories. 

Over 65% of the US adult population has the genetic predisposition to insulin imbalance and insulin resistance. These unknowing individuals gain weight due to excess production and release of the fat gain hormone; insulin. They can’t lose weight and get healthy on a low calorie diet because their bodies over- metabolize one major nutrient: carbohydrate.

THAT is why despite cutting calories; we are getting fatter and sicker. If you are eating low calorie, but the bulk of your calories comes from carb foods like whole grains, whole grain bread, legumes, rice, pasta, potatoes, fruit, milk, and yogurt, and you have the genetic complement for insulin imbalance….you will gain weigh even with fewer calories! Add mixed drinks, juice, sugar sweetened soft drinks, junk food, snack foods, desserts and you WILL become obese.

So let’s not get too smug about eating fewer calories. 

Researchers: It’s time to share the truth with the public; balancing insulin levels enables fat loss…calories, not so much. Diane Kress, RD CDE

For more information see: www.dianekress@wordpress.com.  (Blog)

www.themetabolismmiracle.com  (The program)




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Sunday Reading and Watercooler Conversation: The 25 Medical Conditions that are LINKED by the same COMMON DENOMINATOR


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Identify and  Fix the common denominator and you can prevent, control, or reverse these conditions without prescription medications.  Plus, you will regain energy, focus, concentration, a more stable mood, and self confidence.


This common denominator is rarely (if ever) discussed by the medical community.  Diane Kress’ mission is two-fold:

To pass along the knowledge of the common bond  that links  the top diseases and conditions we will face  in our lifetimes.

And… To provide a solution to prevent, control, or cure these conditions.

Please Pass this article along to your family, friends, coworkers, MD’s , medical specialists, health care providers,  and all your contacts.


This article will save money spent on medications and medical visits, frustration about getting sicker and needing more medications, time spent “trying to get healthy” without addressing the root of your particular illness, and can even save your life.


Which comes first; a stroke or depression?  NIH funded research says depression.  Diane Kress says this study addresses only the tip of the iceberg.  Let Diane Kress the iceberg and expose its core….

It’s true that depression and stroke are closely linked….but that information is the tip of an iceberg and the NIH study provides no information about how to stop prevent, control, or stop LINKED medical conditions that have one common denominator.    My article will give you the whole picture and a solution to this epic epidemic.

The Latest NIH Study Results: http://www.medpagetoday.com/Cardiology/Strokes/51533?xid=nl_mpt_DHE_2015-05-15&eun=g691540d0r&userid=691540&mu_id=5855717

Today’s  study came to the conclusion that depression comes before stroke and that people over age 50 who are  depressed have a 50% greater risk of stroke than those without depression.

These statistics may be true….but they are only telling part of the story.  I will help clarify the whole story and give you a solution so you can make changes starting today that will decrease your risk of depression, stroke…..and about 20 other disease states and medical conditions.

I was fascinated with the conclusion that whether a person has stable high depression symptoms or remitted depression without symptoms (no current depression symptoms)…simply by having had depression, people are at a greater risk for stroke than people with no history of depression.  (For those over age 50 who currently have symptoms of depression stroke risk increases by 50%).


Directly from the study report on MedPage.com.

“The researchers noted that biological mechanisms driving the depression-stroke link could be long term — such as the impact on risk factors like hypertension and atherosclerosis, or short term — such as cerebrovascular reactivity or atrial fibrillation.  “Further research should continue to examine possible mediators of the relationship between depressive symptoms and stroke.”

While many health provider networks have begun to integrate cardiovascular, diabetes and depression care with interdisciplinary teams of health professionals, many individual clinicians still do not recognize the importance of depression as a risk factor for other health conditions.


And after reading these study results, I  actually screamed aloud


It’s great that the NIH is funding studies that are giving people a glimpse into the interrelationships between certain disease conditions.  Let me save the NIH time and research money:


The following 25 medical conditions or diseases have a common denominator that you were not aware of….. Until Now



Visceral fat (abdominal fat that builds around the stomach and between organs)

NAFLD (non-alcohol related fatty liver disease)

Sleep Apnea


Cardiovascular disease



Heart Attack


Elevated cholesterol

Elevated triglycerides

Low Vitamin D levels

High Fasting insulin (8 or over)

Metabolic Syndrome

Insulin Resistance


Pre diabetes

Gestational diabetes

Type 2 diabetes


Cancer (breast, colon, skin, uterine, ovaries, prostate)

Dementia/Alzheimer’s Disease

Pancreatitis (non -alcohol related)


The Common Denominator, Root of the Problem, and Core issue that impacts these 25 medical conditions and illnesses is:



The common denominator for all these conditions and disease states = insulin imbalance.  If we focused on balancing and normalizing insulin, 65% of the adult US population would either eliminate or control these conditions on as little medication as possible and many would not need medication.


The common denominator of my “top 25 diseases” is insulin imbalance.  The type of metabolism that causes insulin imbalance is genetically- mediated and environmental- stress driven.  Insulin imbalance is progressive and, unless stopped in its tracks, will contribute to one or many of the top 25 diseases.  Control the insulin imbalance and prevent, control, or cure the insulin related disease.

65% of the adult US population has the genes for this fat- producing metabolism.  Only 35% of the US adult population escapes insulin imbalance; it’s simply not in their genes.

In this short article, the reader can learn everything needed to diagnose Metabolism B and the simple lifestyle plan that controls this type of metabolism.


Metabolism B

You may be familiar with the terms metabolic syndrome or syndrome X.  I wanted to make understanding the type of metabolism you have easy; so I call the 2 different types of metabolism:  Metabolism A and Metabolism B.


Metabolism A:  Normal insulin production throughout life. 35% of the US adult population has Met A.

Metabolism B:  Having the genetic predisposition to imbalanced/uncontrolled insulin that develops progressively in the face of environmental stressors.  65% of the adult US population has Met B.


Stressors that increase tripping the gene for Met B:

 Over 65% of the population is born with the genetic predisposition to metabolic syndrome or Metabolism B.  Turning on the gene for Met B follows a progressive path.  The older you become and the more environmental stressors you experience during your life, the increased risk of turning on the gene for Metabolism B and acquiring the top 20 health conditions and complications


The Stressors.

Increasing Age

Hormonal changes (puberty, pregnancy, lactation, peri- menopause, menopause, thyroid disease)

Inactivity or sedentary lifestyle

Excessive carbohydrate intake (“good” and “bad carbs” count)

Emotional Stress




Certain medications (OCA’s, beta blockers, prednisone, etc)

If a person has the genes for Metabolism B, an accumulation of these stressors makes the likelihood of the onset and progression of Met B to include some or most medical conditions related to insulin imbalance.   If a person can minimize these stressors, the likelihood of becoming obese, overweight, and diabetic decreases.

You cannot erase genes, but you can help impact their impact on health.

Remember, at the core of the top 10 disease/conditions listed earlier is INSULIN IMBALANCE. 


How do you know if you have Met B?

One way is to have FASTING lab work to identify (through your objective labs) if you have Met B.  These labs are typically drawn during a routine physical exam and should be checked on  an annual basis*:

Fasting lab work that includes:



Total Cholesterol

LDL Cholesterol

HDL Cholesterol


Vitamin D

You can ask your physician for the following routine labs to gain all the information you need for your diagnosis:

Metabolic panel

Lipid profile

Vitamin D level

*If you take medication for controlling any of these labs, realize that your numbers are artificially “treated” with medication.  So, if you take medication for glucose or A1C, total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, triglycerides, or Vitamin D….you can automatically put a check-mark for Met B.

When your labs return, make sure to get your own copy.  Look for the listed labs on your results, and check your labs against the following Met B target zones as these values indicate you do have Met B:

These are the labs and lab ranges that indicate Metabolism B

Glucose:  Under 70 or over 85 equals Met B

A1C (hemoglobin A1C):  Under 5.3 or over 5.6 equals Met B

Total cholesterol: Over 199 can equal Met B

LDL cholesterol: Over 99 equals Met B

HDL cholesterol:  Under 45 equals Met B

Triglycerides: Over 99 equals Met B

Vitamin D: Under 40 equals Met B

******If you have one or several of the 25 conditions/diseases linked to insulin imbalance, insist on these labs.  If you can convince your MD to order fasting insulin, and your results are 8 or above, you are absolutely over-producing insulin!



The Symptoms of Uncontrolled Met B


If you don’t have lab work or your lab work clearly indicates uncontrolled Met B, check to see if you have the following Met B symptoms:

  1. Chronic fatigue: Waking up tired, getting woozy on your commute to work, after lunch, late afternoon, and after dinner.
  2. Over-loving and a strong preference for carbohydrate foods: Bagels, pizza, burritos, French Fries, ice cream, chips, pretzels, snack crackers, pasta, rice, cookies, candy, desserts, fruit, potatoes, corn, etc.
  3. Poor short term memory, difficulty focusing and remembering, racing thoughts and/or brain fog.
  4. Short fuse, bad temper, irritability, anxiety, panic attacks
  5. Mild depression, lack of motivation, lack of drive
  6. Sleep issues: Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep. Mind races when you get up during the night.
  7. Very easy and quick weight gain.
  8. Increasing belly fat, back fat, love handles, muffin top
  9. Increasing aches and pains. Feel older than your age.  Joint pain and stiffness.  Headaches.
  10. Alcohol has a greater impact.
  11. Caffeine has less of an impact. You can drink a double espresso and go to sleep soon afterward.
  12. Decreased libido, erectile dysfunction (ED), yeast infections, lack of desire to initiate sex.
  13. Blurry vision that comes and goes, night driving problems, light sensitivity, teary eyes/dry eyes.


Based on your fasting lab work and your symptoms, it is easy to diagnosis Metabolism B.  Over 65% of the adult population has uncontrolled Met B and is NOT being treated appropriately.  As a result, 65% of the adult population is getting heavier, sicker, and requiring more prescription medications with higher doses.  Out of every 10 people, 6.5 will develop pre diabetes or type 2 diabetes in their lifetime and will become overweight or obese.

If uncontrolled Met B is not treated with the correct lifestyle, all efforts for weight loss and to get and stay healthy are in vain.


An understandable explanation of Metabolism B

After years of research in medical nutrition therapy for those who were overweight or obese and slowly –but- surely developing the same host of 25 medical conditions….I came to the conclusion that every body is not  created the same in terms of underlying metabolism.  Some bodies can have success on a low calorie diet with increased activity (less than 35% of the population).  These people have normal insulin all of their lives.  I call this type of physiology; Metabolism A.

But, the overwhelming majority of the population develops a progressive INSULIN IMBALANCE.  The majority of overweight people don’t have success with long term weight and fat loss when they decrease calories and try to eat less…But they DO have long term success with weight/fat loss and improving the 25 medical conditions when they normalize their insulin!

Insulin is a fat gain hormone.  Met B’s begin to overproduce the fat gain hormone and begin to build excess fat on their body (belly fat), in their blood (LDL cholesterol and triglycerides), between and on their vital organs (visceral fat), and in their liver (NAFLD).  Met B’s are FATTY because of progressive excess INSULIN PRODUCTION.

We  must normalize insulin to decrease fat on the body…all areas of the body: belly fat, back fat, scale weight and inches lost, improved cholesterol, triglycerides, blood pressure, blood sugar, Vitamin D and much more.

The “calories in/calories out” diet we’ve been told to follow  to lose weight was never  based on normalizing insulin; it’s only based on reducing calorie intake and increasing activity.  If a diet does not normalize insulin, the DIET fails for over 65% of the population.



For those with uncontrolled Met B (excess insulin production and fat gain),   the solution is clearly detailed in The Metabolism Miracle by Diane Kress, RD CDE


The Conclusion

The Metabolism Miracle program works, EVERY TIME.  It is a lifetime lifestyle.  There are no tricks, smoke and mirrors or gimmicks.  It is the real deal.  Everyone in the US (and around the world) who is struggling with weight and weight related health issues, medical conditions, and illnesses needs to be tested for Met B.  They can use the lab work approach to diagnosis or the physical symptoms diagnosis or both.

You can find the books at the sites listed below.  They are all available in paperback and as e-books. If you want to bulk purchase these books (at half the cost) for your organization, hospital, house of worship, group, or institution, contact dietquestions@ymail.com.

Diane Kress speaks the truth using her own name on everything she writes and allows no advertising on her blog or websites….so she can “tell it like it is.”  Trust Diane Kress for “state of the science” information on metabolic syndrome,  no gimmick weight/fat loss, metabolic syndrome, PCOS, pre diabetes, type 2 diabetes, GERD, cancer prevention.

book picture metabolism miracle The Metabolism Miracle:   http://www.amazon.com/The-Metabolism-Miracle-Control-Permanently/dp/0738213861/ref=tmm_pap_title_0?ie=UTF8&qid=1411319710&sr=8-1

The Metabolism Miracle is Diane Kress’ breakthrough book that explains the phenomenon of Metabolism B.  In May 2015, the National Institutes of Health published a study that concludes: different types of metabolism require different types of diet/lifestyle to promote long term weight loss.  The Metabolism Miracle provides the first and only scientifically- proven, effective, understandable diet and lifestyle plan that precisely matches the metabolic needs of the 65% of US adults who struggle to lose weight and keep it off. The book details the signs, symptoms, health history, and lab work that qualifies as Metabolism B AND provides the only diet/lifestyle that treats insulin imbalance with 3 easy “Steps”.  Regain control of weight and health…permanently; The Metabolism Miracleis  New York Times Bestseller and is licensed in 8 languages.

book picture of cookbookThe Metabolism Miracle Cookbook:   http://www.amazon.com/The-Metabolism-Miracle-Cookbook-Delicious/dp/0738214256/ref=pd_sim_b_1?ie=UTF8&refRID=0DC5FY8CN1D1YH85YNM

The Metabolism Miracle Cookbook contains over 150 recipes designed to seamlessly match the metabolic needs of those with Met B who are living The Metabolism Miraclelifestyle. .

The Metabolism Miracle Cookbook provides recipes for appetizers, soups, beverages, salads, entrees, side dishes, breads, and desserts.  Each recipe is clearly labeled to show the “Step” of The Metabolism Miracle it matches.  Quick, delicious, healthy recipes make home cooking for The Metabolism Miracle program a breeze.  All recipes can be enjoyed by the entire family!

metabolism miracle updateThe Metabolism Miracle Update:  (Brand new!)http://www.amazon.com/Metabolism-Miracle-Update-Revisions-Diabetes-ebook/dp/B00N4IQUF4/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1411319947&sr=8-1&keywords=metabolism+miracle+update

This e-book contains all updates to the flagship book; The Metabolism Miracle.   The program can be followed with the original book, but these tweaks are helpful and are recommended for inclusion by long term followers of the program.

 diabetes miracleThe DiabeteMiracle:  http://www.amazon.com/The-Diabetes-Miracle-Prevent Permanently/dp/0738216011/ref=pd_sim_b_2?ie=UTF8&refRID=03YM32PQDQ2W877F1JTM

The Diabetes Miracle is Diane Kress’ most detailed work to date.  When anyone with uncontrolled Met B does not normalize insulin, he will progress  to pre diabetes and type 2 diabetes.  In addition to his elevated blood sugar, he will continue to gain weight and body fat AND experience elevations in blood pressure, cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, triglycerides, and decreases in Vitamin D and HDL (good cholesterol).

Many people are overwhelmed by a diagnosis of pre diabetes or type 2 diabetes.

Diane Kress uses her understandable writing style and wealth of “state of the science” research to explain the disease process AND provide the diet and lifestyle that controls your weight and weight -related health issues.  A must read for everyone who has pre diabetes and type 2 diabetes.  The Diabetes Miracle is the only resource you will ever need for pre diabetes and type 2 diabetes.


miracle-villeThe Interactive Support Group for Followers of The Metabolism Miracle and The Diabetes Miracle:  http://www.Miracle-Ville.com

In 2011, Diane Kress opened the online subscription support site, Miracle-Ville.com,  for followers of The Metabolism Miracle and The Diabetes Miracle.  Now, with over 2300 members, Diane has provided a location for MM’rs and DM’rs to find support and find the accurate information they need to follow the programs.  All information is screened for accuracy.  There are recipes, forums, videos, chat capability, access to the site’s moderator, and frequent visits by Diane Kress!


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Like and follow Diane on social media sites and follow her blog onhttp://www.dianekress.wordpress.com .  Diane Kress speaks the truth using her own name on everything she writes and allows no advertising on her blog or websites….so she can “tell it like it is.”  Trust Diane Kress for state of the science information on metabolic syndrome, real weight/fat loss for the overweight and obese, metabolic syndrome, PCOS, pre diabetes, type 2 diabetes



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Marsha Sakami from the wellness center in Honolulu Hawaii is illegally using The Metabolism Miracle Program at her center

This is a representation of  Marsha Sakamaki from the wellness center honolulu…. using my copyright protected program, The Metabolism Miracle


Attention.  The Wellness Center Honolulu, run by Marsh Sakamaki, is using the Program “The Metabolism Miracle” as her own program.  She has even incorporated the dangerous hormone “HCG” with my program.  She is training her staff to use the program and is planning to put her own name on “her program.”

Marsha has ignored copyright law and has committed trademark infringement.  Her case has been turned over to the legal department.  She has broken copyright law to Perseus Books, Diane Kress, and The Metabolism Miracle.

If you would like to teach the Metabolism Miracle program.

1.  Contact Diane Kress, RD CDE at dietquestions@ymail.com for information

2.  You will need permission to use the program from the publisher and the author

3.  You will have to provide the original book to each client and offer membership to http://www.Miracle-Ville.com

4.  There is a fee for using the program

5.  You cannot use any part of the book; content, charts, lists, information without facing legal action.


Diane Kress, RD CDE.


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