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When you feel like putting your fitness on “Pause.”

If you’re trying to improve your own health and fitness… it’s an absolute MUST READ.

“I’ll resume healthy eating/exercising after vacation… once the baby is born… after Dad gets out of the hospital… January 1… Monday.”

While this kind of Pause-Button Mentality may seem reasonable, it could be ruining YOUR health and fitness efforts.  Here’s why, and what you can do about it…

What’s the harm in “pausing” healthy habits when life gets crazy?  Well, this completely natural and well-meaning impulse is one of thefastest, surest, most reliable ways to SABOTAGE YOUR efforts.

It may give YOU temporary relief… along with the cozy illusion that if YOU “start fresh”, YOU”LL find the magical “right time” to begin.

But, unfortunately, there will never be a perfect time to hit “play” again. You and I both know –perfection just doesn’t happen in real life.

The Solution:  You simply “adjust the dial”. Here’s how…
Small improvementsdone consistently over time.

So today, let’s shift from an “all-or-nothing” mentality…
which usually gets YOU “nothing”…
…to an “always-something” approach, where YOU can still make progress…
I always say:

“The only bad workout is a missed workout.”

…even amid vacations, demanding work schedules, family demands, injuries, emergencies.

If you can just keep moving forward, no matter what happens, no pause buttons, no do-overs… you’ll WIN. And I win too.

Make the TriSystem Shift from  “all or nothing” to “always something” for success in 2017!

Start by making February your “Always Something” month.  Email or message me about our 28 Day Pounds For Dollars Challenge stating January 31st.

Jeff Kotterman

jeff@trisystem.com

To Wheat or not to Wheat, That is the Question

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 On going nutrition questions and controversy surrounding this American staple grain have prompted me to summarize research surrounding bread, flour and pasta.  Here is the following supported statements regarding wheat and grains by TriSystem and the National Association of Sports Nutrition.

Do you need to eat wheat?

No. You don’t need to eat any one particular food — be it grains, apples, kale, or fish.

But you need carbs. The amount of carbs you need depends on your activity level.

If you exercise fairly frequently, then you’ll likely do best with a moderate carb intake. Not getting enough could mess with your metabolism, stress hormones, and muscle-building hormones.

If you’re sedentary, have blood sugar issues, and/or need to lose a bunch of weight, then you’ll likely do best with a lower carb intake.

You could replace whole grains with a variety of other high-quality carbs, like potatoes, sweet potatoes, fruit, legumes, squash, yuca, and yams. You’d be able to get all the carbs you need, in addition to plenty of fiber and a wide array of beneficial phytonutrients.

Trying to eliminate grains entirely is going to be difficult in even the best of circumstances.

In a life that involves family holidays, birthday parties, work functions — any instance where others are preparing the food — completely cutting out grains if you’re not suffering from celiac or a sensitivity becomes way, way more trouble than it’s worth.

The position that all grains are unhealthy and should be categorically avoided is too extreme.

So is the notion that grains are inherent “superfoods” that everyone should consume in massive quantities.

Neither end of the spectrum is right.

Most people can be fit and healthy with a mixed carb intake that includes some whole grains (a few refined carbs can be OK, too).

Weigh the benefits against the risks.

Might wheat carry some low-level of risk for some people? Possibly.

Is it likely that the benefits of whole-grain wheat still outweigh this risk? Yes. The same is true for most whole grains — and whole foods — in general.  The key to nutrition and life is balance and that balance is the foundation of TriSystem.  In most cases, eliminating a whole food from your diet is a bad thing because of the nutrients it provides but, toomuch of a good thing can be a bad thing. 

Highly processed grains like white flour and  corn syrup are easily overeaten.  Better choices are sprouted grain breads like Ezekiel,  whole grain products like spinach wheat pasta and even sourdough can really minimize the overindulgence in grains.


Summarized from research  at: http://www.precisionnutrition.com/grain-wheat-debate

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Hongyu Wu, Alan J. Flint, Qibin Qi, Rob B. van Dam, Laura A. Sampson, Eric B. Rimm, Michelle D. Holmes, Walter C. Willett, Frank B. Bu, Qi Sun. “Association Between Dietary Whole Grain Intake and Risk of Mortality: Two Large Prospective Studies in US Men and Women.” JAMA Internal Medicine, doi:10.1001/jamainternmed.2014.6283, online Jan. 5, 2015

Hsu WC, et al. Improvement of Insulin Sensitivity by Isoenergy High Carbohydrate Traditional Asian Diet: A Randomized Controlled Pilot Feasibility Study. PLoS One. 2014;9(9):e106851.

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Jang Y, et al. Consumption of whole grain and legume powder reduces insulin demand, lipid peroxidation, and plasma homocysteine concentrations in patients with coronary artery disease: randomized controlled clinical trial. Arterioscler Thromb Vasc Biol. 2001;21(12):2065-2071.

Jenkins DJ, et al. Effect of wheat bran on glycemic control and risk factors for cardiovascular disease in type 2 diabetes. Diabetes Care. 2002 Sep;25(9):1522-8.

Jensen MK, et al. Whole grains, bran, and germ in relation to homocysteine and markers of glycemic control, lipids, and inflammation. Am J Clin Nutr. 2006;83(2):275-283.

Katcher HI, et al. The effects of a whole grain-enriched hypocaloric diet on cardiovascular disease risk factors in men and women with metabolic syndrome. Am J Clin Nutr. 2008 Jan;87(1):79-90.

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Maki KC, et al. Whole-grain ready-to-eat oat cereal, as part of a dietary program for weight loss, reduces low-density lipoprotein cholesterol in adults with overweight and obesity more than a dietary program including low-fiber control foods. J Am Diet Assoc. 2010 Feb;110(2):205-14.

Masters RC, et al. Whole and refined grain intakes are related to inflammatory protein concentrations in human plasma. J Nutr. 2010 Mar;140(3):587-94.

Pereira MA, et al. Effect of whole grains on insulin sensitivity in overweight hyperinsulinemic adults. Am J Clin Nutr. 2002 May;75(5):848-55.

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Pusztai A, et al. Antinutritive effects of wheat germ agglutinin and other N-acetylglucosamine-specific lectins. Br J Nutr 1993;70:313-321.

Qi L, et al. Whole-grain, bran, and cereal fiber intakes and markers of systemic inflammation in diabetic women. Diabetes Care. 2006 Feb;29(2):207-11.

Rave K, et al. Improvement of insulin resistance after diet with a whole-grain based dietary product: results of a randomized, controlled cross-over study in obese subjects with elevated fasting blood glucose. Br J Nutr. 2007 Nov;98(5):929-36.

Sandström B, et al. A high oat-bran intake does not impair zinc absorption in humans when added to a low-fiber animal protein-based diet. J Nutr. 2000 Mar;130(3):594-9.

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Each pound you loose is a huge accomplishment! Never sell yourself short for only loosing one or two pounds. Each step closer to your goal, big or small, is worth celebrating! #trisystem

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Back To School Means Back to Fitness

Hey, guess what’s been happening at the TriSystem Center over the summer.  The new Human Trainer and other workout tools have been added to make our workouts the most contemporary, fun and effective routines for progress.  We’ve also had some great interns this summer and Kathy Schlientz even got a new foot!  Yes, her new foot is totally different than the old one.  She can walk on this one.

We’ve seen clients successfully battle multiple sclerosis, diabetes, heart disease, cancer, drop-foot, spinal lesions, back surgery, open heart surgery, angioplasty, muscle damage all during this last summer.

It’s amazing what the right, specific combination of targeted nutrition and customized exercise can do for people that want to be better!

We’ve really developed a reputation for being the plateau busters,  the problem solvers and the solution finders with God’s help.  If traditional diet and exercise are not working for you, we have the answer!

This short video shows some of the exercises, clients and most of all, it talks about how my good friend Chuck Hicks  and his wife cheated the Grim Reaper with radical changes in their body over the last few months.  Check it out…

It’s a perfect time of year to get in here and get started or even restarted before things get even further from where you want them to be.  If not now, when?  Set up a free consultation in the form below.

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Invest in Edge and Save Lives!

No Joke!  This supplement, Trisystem Edge can Save Lives.  The leading causes of death in America, heart disease and cancer, are mostly preventable.  Yes, study after study have conclusively  shown that 80% of these deaths are preventable through lifestyle change.  Lifestyle change meaning eating foods that contain high levels of antioxidants, eating balanced and exercising.  It is as simple as that.

TriSystem Edge is packed with the strongest antioxidants on the planet and other herbs that actually put you in the mood to exercise and help you get a good workout! Perfect! This is a "no-brainer."  We need to get this supplement into the hands of as many people as possible.

That's Why I Need Your Help!

I need you to come along side me and help mass produce TriSystem Edge in an FDA approved Lab.  We have almost enough money to get this produced for the New Year's resolution season.  Will you contribute?  Your investment loan will get a 25% return!  You have to do this soon.  This capital offer is set to close December 20th, 2012.  Just fill out the form below or email jeff@trisystem.com or call 858-694-0317 to get an agreement or to ask about this offer.

Summary of offer:  Edge One Page Summary this is a pdf download.

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This is why I hate the supplement industry.  There is so much misinformation out there. Even the government can be misleading.  Here is the truth… When ever you release a new supplement people want to know: What does it do? Does it work? Is it safe? Well an all natural, botanical product that has a […]

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Well we've started to hand out the samples of "Alpha Supplement"  to "Test Group 1"  yesterday and the samples are going fast.  If you already sent us your registration form, you can schedule a time to pick up the sample pack with instructions or just wait for them to be mailed.  Remember, Test Group 1 […]

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Excitement is in the air at the TriSystem Center where the First TriSystem Samples have arrived, uncoated and in a raw, clinical state.  These tablets look and smell like the botanical nutrients they are, potent to the core.  Test subjects, be warned.  The tablets are going to look, smell and taste like a potent herbal […]

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NEW Supplement!

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Now Featuring: Get Your EDGE on! Try this Brand New Supplement! A safe, extremely effective, natural, completely plant based food supplement is being tested right now! Have you ever felt like this… It's time to workout, and you're not in the mood! You know you have to step it up!  Bring the intensity! Your best […]

 

$349 Up for Grabs!

The new supplement is gaining popularity day by day.  It is very interesting when athletes find something that gives them a true edge, they tell other people.  They tell there teammates, not there competition.  I really didn't expect it to go this well.  We have over 50 people in the test group and the the response has really made me confident that people will be receptive to this product.  I've been working on it for years and I know it works.  I thank God that the benefits are obvious to others.

They have been so obvious that clients and members have already pre-ordered the product before it even has a name.  Well, it's true.  Orders are coming in and several of the test group are asking for anything left from the test supply (you can place your order here,  Pre-orders are sold for less than what the retail price will be).  So we need to speed up production!  It's going to take a little time to get the the ingredients packaged and officially approved but, you can help pick up the pace.  There is a tremendous effort in creating a brand new product.  Patents, Trademarks, FDA approved production.  You know how I feel about the supplement industry!

Well here is how you can speed up production

We need a name, a logo and a price and we need it quick.  That's where you come in!  The supplement study and focus group needs to complete their surveys.  If you have the supplement, you are part of the study and need to complete your surveys.  The survey can be found here.  If you've already completed them THANK YOU!  Whether you were part of the study or not, you have a chance to win a $349 gift certificate.  It's simple.  Pick a name and logo, pick a price for the box and a price for the packets and hit submit.

Your vote counts!  Click here to enter the Name & Price Contest and the one who picks the best logo and the closest price to what we will sell it for will win the $349 Gift Certificate, 

Hurry, this contest ends at Midnight, October 16th!

 

 

 

 

 

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My New Supplement is even Safer than Pharmaceutical GRADE! How can that be?

This is why I hate the supplement industry.  There is so much misinformation out there. Even the government can be misleading.  Here is the truth…

When ever you release a new supplement people want to know:

  1. What does it do?
  2. Does it work?
  3. Is it safe?

Well an all natural, botanical product that has a sports nutrition and a holistic health benefit just seems too good to be true!  Let’s face it, if I was introduced to my product, I would be a little skeptical to begin with, as well.  How could six herbs positively effect my mood, metabolism and my recovery form exercise?  The real magic in this supplement isn’t from the ingredients as they stand alone but, the combination of these nutrients as they work together to invoke a synergistic effect.  So together, in the right combination, these six ingredients work better than if just taken in various amounts alone.

To review the ingredients:

High Potency Hormonal Botanical TriComplex:

  • Rhodiola rosea standardized to min. 3% total Rosavins and min. 1% salidrosides
  • Pausinystalia yohimbe bark powder standardized to 2% yohimbine alkaloids
  • Turnera diffusa leaf powder

This TriComplex is designed to support proper mindset and mood for optimal physical and mental performance within minutes of ingestion.  This complex sets the stage for a great workout or performance, elevating the desire to do your best while simultaneously reducing jitteriness or non-productive stress and enhancing exercise metabolism.

High Potency Antioxidant Botanical TriComplex:

  • Silybum marianum seeds standardized to 40% silymarin
  • Camellia sinensis standardized to 10% polyphenols.
  • Curcuma longa standardized to 80% curcuminoids

This TriComplex has a balanced combination of some of the strongest antioxidants on the planet.  Research is still finding increased cancer fighting and protective qualities of these ingredients designed to protect the body and support ins natural growth and repair response to exercise.

In answering the question, “What Does it Do?”  We are just scratching the surface in these posts.  After the test group is complete, I will give a complete report of how this supplement works in depth.  Suffice it to say that it positively benefits mood for exercise, potentiates metabolism of fat and protein synthesis and enhances recovery from exercise.

The answer to the question, “Does it Work?”  Well, the research say’s so.  My own use of it speaks to its validity.  I’ve been using and testing this combination for years and this combination has been instrumental in getting me to the best fitness level of my life, in my mid forties.  I’m in better shape now than when I was an active US Marine!  The first test group is also validating this as fact.  For as long as this product is around, we will continue to test it and improve it based on these continual studies.

The main focus of this post is the third question, “Is it safe?”  Let me start by saying all the ingredients in this product are safe!  Five out of the six ingredients have rare, if any, side effects when taken individually and within our first study group, have not been questioned at all.  The green tea has minimal amounts of naturally occurring caffeine that is less than a half of a cup of coffee.

The only ingredient that has been questioned is yohimbe bark.  Is it potentially an herb with side effects or not.  It is not the “Black Sheep that some websites make it out to be.  Yohimbe bark is the raw, naturally occurring part of the plant that the active ingredient yohimbine is derived from. In the whole bark form that I have chosen, it contains only 2% yohimbine.  Yohimbe bark doesn’t contain just yohimbine, but also 55 other alkaloids.   Among the other alkaloids, corynanthine is an alpha-1 adrenergic receptor blocker . Hence the use of yohimbe bark in sufficient dosages may provide both alpha-1 and alpha-2 adrenoceptors blockade and thus may better enhance circulation and readiness to exercise.

Natural Yohimbe bark

Pharmaceutical Yohimbine

Adverse effects have been reported from excessive consumption or high dosages of yohimbine extract that has been isolated and concentrated from its natural form, not from consuming yohimbe bark in its natural form.

“Although tolerated generally well in low doses, the potential for dose-dependent toxicity should be recognized.”  To much of a good thing can be a bad thing.

Journal of Dietary Supplements, December 2011, Vol. 8, No. 4 , Pages 346-354, Yohimbine Use for Physical Enhancement and Its Potential Toxicity,  (doi:10.3109/19390211.2011.615806)

Medical Concerns of taking pharmaceutical yohimbine:

Those with chronic high blood pressure or those who take monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs) medication may be sensitive to certain foods as well as yohimbe. If you are sensitive to the following list of foods or if you’ve been told to avoid these foods, you may also be sensitive to yohimbine. 

In any case this list of  tyramine containing foods should be consumed in moderation and even avoided for those who are sensitive or who have high blood pressure:

  • cheeses, including american, blue, boursault, brick, brie, camembert, cheddar, emmenthaler, gruyere, mozzarella, parmesan, romano, roquefort, stilton, and swiss;
  • sour cream and yogurt;
  • beef or chicken liver, fish, meats prepared with tenderizer, bologna, pepperoni, salami, summer sausage, game meat, meat extracts, caviar, dried fish, herring, shrimp paste, and tuna;
  • avocados, bananas, figs, raisins, and sauerkraut;
  • soy sauce, miso soup, bean curd, and fava beans;
  • yeast extracts;
  • ginseng;
  • chocolate;
  • caffeine (coffee, tea, cola, etc.); and
  • beer (alcoholic and nonalcoholic), red wine (especially Chianti), sherry, vermouth, and other distilled spirits.

Benefits of Yohimbe Bark

Studies around yohimbe bark and the active alkaloid show enhanced fat loss.

“Furthermore, fat mass was significantly lower in the yohimbine versus placebo trial at post supplementation assessment.”

Research in Sports Medicine: An International Journal, Volume 14, Issue 4, 2006, http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/15438620600987106

Whole yohimbe bark has been shown to absorb and help remove heavy metals like copper and nickel from our bodies.

“When comparing both biomaterials, yohimbe bark … was found to be the most efficient adsorbent for both metals studied.”

Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology,Volume 75, Issue 9, pages 812–816, September 2000http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/1097-4660%28200009%2975:9%3C812::AID-JCTB284%3E3.0.CO;2-B/abstract;jsessionid=11399AEB941174F7902C65D3919F0A35.d02t01?deniedAccessCustomisedMessage=&userIsAuthenticated=false

The Bottom Line? 

The new TriSystem Supplement does contain a small amount of natural yohimbe bark NOT pharmaceutical yohimbine.  The dosage of yohimbe bark is safe and effective and the benefits outweigh the potential side effects that some people may experience.  Follow the dosages in the study to be safe and get the best results!

Supplements are not for everyone.  Only you can determine if this supplement is right for you.

People are Excited to Recieve the Samples!

Well we've started to hand out the samples of "Alpha Supplement"  to "Test Group 1"  yesterday and the samples are going fast.  If you already sent us your registration form, you can schedule a time to pick up the sample pack with instructions or just wait for them to be mailed. 

Remember, Test Group 1 participants need to complete a survey after taking each dosage.  The survey can be found here.

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