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The Metabolic Clock:
Speed up your metabolism and lose weight easily

Author: Julie Rennie

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Speed up your metabolism and lose weight naturally!

How would you feel if you knew exactly what to do to finally shed unwanted body fat, and keep it off? Imagine being able to throw away all the diets and achieve the healthy slim body that you desire. What if you could feel so motivated, so healthy and energized that it actually seems as if you have an extra hour of time each day? It truly is possible, but you need to know how. In The Metabolic Clock, Australian author Julie Rennie provides readers with strategies to create a balanced approach to losing weight and being healthy.

The Metabolic Clock shows readers:   

  • How to lose weight easily and increase energy, while keeping healthy and motivated
  • What to eat to lose weight, complete with over 100 tasty recipes, including food shopping lists and menu plans!
  • The little known way to burn body fat while you sleep
  • What foods to eat and when to speed up your metabolism
  • How to transform your mind and body with the 21-Day Lifestyle Challenge

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The book takes you through

  • How to create the motivation to achieve your goals
  • How to create life balance and boost your energy
  • How to get weight loss without being on a diet
  • The simple secrets to speed up your metabolism 

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Julie Rennie

Julie Rennie


Julie is an authorative and inspirational mentor and speaker encouraging thousands of people to transform themselves, discovering how to live with optimal wellness. She was the first female distance runner awarded a scholarship to the Australian Institute of Sport. With a background in elite sport and 10 years spent working in the personal growth industry, Julie’s experience has included mentoring Australian marathon runner, Kate Smyth, to achieve selection in the Beijing Olympics; encouraged comedian Dave Hughes to improve his running; and coached Big Brother finalist Vesna Tosevska in launching her new career.

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    Recipes by Julie Rennie | Nutritional Breakdown by Sally Fraser Vegetable fritters with minted yoghurt dip The perfect energising breakfast for morning runners A healthy and tasty snack or side dish for hungry runners Fritters Ingredients • 250 g zucchini - grated • ½ cup rice flour • 1 sprig fresh coriander - chopped • 1 tbsp grated Parmesan cheese • 1 small free-range or organic egg - lightly beaten • ½ tsp finely grated lemon zest • 1 tbsp olive oil • Handful of rocket leaves - washed and dried • Celtic sea salt and cracked black pepper • 1 quantity Minted Yoghurt Dip (see below) Method 1.

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    Extracted from Healthy Living May 07 2013 BY ALI DEANE JULIE Rennie’s dedication to healthy eating helped her to achieve multiple elite sporting goals, and now she is helping others reach happiness, health and vitality through her focus on balance, timing and metabolism. Bestseller The Metabolic Clock, was Ms Rennie’s first book, and after many weeks in her Torquay kitchen testing and creating healthy new recipes, she brings us The Metabolic Clock Cookbook.

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