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Altman Fitness Announces Metabolic Typing for Weight Loss

Minnesota (PRWEB) February 24, 2013

Altman Fitness is helping people safely lose weight through a new service called Metabolic Typing. This service is the same service featured on both The Dr. Oz show and Dr. Phil. Jay Altman, co-owner of Altman Fitness, is a Certified Metabolic Typing Advisor. Altman Fitness’ Metabolic Typing services are categorized into three different levels and are available to people nationwide. More info can be accessed here:

“Metabolic Typing has many benefits. First, it is a personal experience. Fad diets aren’t, which is why many people don’t lose weight on them,” said Jay Altman. “Metabolic Typing is a science-based way of losing weight and improving one’s health. It also helps define the biological reaction a person’s body may have to certain foods.”

People who are interested in taking advantage of Altman Fitness’ new Metabolic Typing services have three options. The first option is $159 dollars. The second option, is $229 dollars and offers a limited amount of personal support. The last (and best) option offers one-on-one support and sells for an affordable $559 dollars. “Metabolic Typing offers a lot of insight as to why a person may have been trying to lose weight without being successful. For under six hundred dollars, any one of these three options are a lot less expensive then countless doctor’s visits related to poor health from being overweight,” continued Jay Altman.

Jay and Kelly Altman own Altman Fitness in Minnesota. Together, the couple have grown their business and guided high school, college and pro athletes, in addition to top level executives to achieve phenomenal results in record time.

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