Weight gain is often caused by the body's response to eating high glycemic index foods (rich in simple carbohydrates or sugar). The result can be periods of intense hunger that lead to excessive calorie consumption. This is known as the "glycemic" cause of weight gain. Metabolic Reset Weight Loss Shake MixAs part of a healthy diet and excercise plan, revolutionary Metabolic ReSet addresses both the glycemic and caloric causes of weight gain by safely reprogramming appetite to reduce hunger and cravings. Natural formula; No artificial sweeteners or preservatives No stimulants High fiber/high protein Low glycemic index Contains 100% whey protein isolate Only 7 g of net carbohydrates per serving Fortified with vitamins & minerals Smooth & DeliciousEasier to mix and better tasting than other high fiber and protein shakes No fructose Just 130 calories! Glycemic Cause of Weight GainFad diets, poor eating habits, high glycemic index foods and genetics each contribute to rapid rises and sharp declines in blood glucose levels, which lead to a repetitive cycle of -Uncontrollable, frequent hunger Excessive cravings, especially for carboydrates Increased conversion of blood glucose into stored fat Tiredness, low energy and irritability Balanced after-meal blood glucose levels result in more sensible eating, less fat storage and better success achieving and maintaining optimal body weight. How Metabloic ReSet WorksThe key is its combintation of patented Viscofiber® (highly viscous, soluble oat beta-glucan concentrate) and whey protein isolate. The Viscofiber® proprietary blend makes Metabloic ReSet different than other weight loss supplements or simple meal replacement powders. This unique formula works in the following ways:1 Creates a Satisfying Feeling of FullnessMetabolic ReSet expands in the digestive tract, resulting in a prolonged sense of fullness. By avoiding feelings of hunger, you can comfortably eat less food, less often, and consume fewer calories. 2 Lowers the Body's Glycemic Response to FoodsMetabolic ReSet slows the digestion of carbohydrates (especially from high glycemic index foods), resulting in reduced cravings and a less frequent desire to eat.