How Our Whole Body Cryosauna Cryotherapy Can Help You Lose Weight and Keep It Off!!
What is Cryosauna Cryotherapy?
Experience the HELP FOR HEALTH Whole Body CRYOSAUNA CRYOTHERAPY (WBC), Recommended by Dr. Oz, and get Weight Loss, Pain Management and Healing Immune – Boost, all in One Package.
Imagine you are taking a shower, but instead of water you are surrounded by dry, cold air just for 2.5 to 3 minutes – too little to start freezing; enough to motivate the brain to mobilize and activate all regulatory functions. The immune system is stimulated, the released endorphins reduce pain sensitivity, enriched blood creates favorable conditions for internal organ regeneration, for expelling of toxins from subcutaneous layers, for cell renewal, replacement of damaged cells and elimination of dead cells from peripheral tissues. Every organ is affected positively – self-healing of the human body occurs.
How Does It Help You Lose Weight and Keep It Off?
The CryoSauna cryotherapy structure is European-made and the therapy modalities tested and refined over the past 25 years. The skin temperature initially drops to 32ºF degrees in 40-60 seconds. (See the graph below.) After exiting the cabin, the skin temperature rises to 104ºF degrees as a result of the generation of the additional body heat to enable survival at extremely low temperatures. Subsequently, the skin temperature returns to normal (97.88ºF). This phenomenon results in a feeling of great refreshment, lasting from 1 to 5 hours.
The biochemical processes that occur during this process consume a great quantity of energy, 500 to 800 calories per treatment. Undergoing a series of Cryosauna cryotherapy treatments effectively increases your rate of metabolism. Since Successful, permanent weight loss requires an increase in metabolism, you can achieve sustained weight loss, rather than losing a few pounds this month, only to gain more weight later. Yes, that’s right. Traditional weight loss programs have only a 2% success rate. Remember that optimizing your metabolism is crucial to a successful weight loss program.
If it sounds amazing, that’s because it is!
Clinical Weight Loss Studies
So will cryotherapy make you skinnier? Don’t rule it out. A study published in 2013 in The Journal of Clinical Investigation found that brown fat — that is, the good kind — can be activated by cold. Unlike its lazy, energy-storing white counterpart, brown fat is located in small, oddly placed patches — a few ounces in the upper back, on the side of the neck, between the collarbone and shoulder, or along the spine — and it burns calories like crazy, especially when we’re chilly. In the study, male subjects who were held in a room that was cool but not cold enough to cause shivering burned an average of 250 calories over three hours — 80 percent more than they would have normally. (Source:http://helpforhealthnova.com/http:/helpforhealthmobile.com/cryotherapy-encouraging-healthy-weight-loss/)
Is Cryosauna Cryotherapy Safe?
Treatments are safe, pain free and surprisingly comfortable. No negative side effects have been reported. Many studies endorse the safety and usefulness of cryotherapy procedures. While this therapy has been popular in Europe since the early 1980’s, it has only been recently imported to America. People in all walks of life can benefit from this therapy. Athletes report that it helps them fine tune, many ladies like what it does for their skin and everyone feels the benefits of increased vitality. CryoSauna cryotherapy kick-starts your body. CryoSauna cryotherapy boosts effects of workout, diet, massage and all kinds of therapeutic treatments – results are achieved faster and last longer.
For the best results, 7 – 15 two-and-a-half-minute treatments are recommended.
Weight loss (500 – 800 calories/treatment)
Natural regulatory functions activated, cells regenerated
Overall skin improvement
Decreased fatigue, more energy, improved stamina
Boost of the body’s immune response
Ease of chronic pain, nerve-damage healing
Reduced symptoms of stress, burn-out, insomnia and depression
Contents of This Page
- About This Service
- How Does CryoSauna Therapy Help You Lose Weight and Keep It Off?
- Is the Cryosauna Safe?
- Clinical Weight Loss Studies
- Summary of Cryosauna Benefits
- Cryosauna Weight Loss Program
- Cryosauna Sale
- How the Cryosauna Works Video
After 5 consecutive days of Cryo, my sleep has dramatically improved. I went from 5 hours of restless sleep to 8 hours of restful sleep. In addition, I lost 5 pounds in 5 days. – Shannon C.
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Cryosauna Cryotherapy Weight Loss Program
- Introduction to Whole Body Cryotherpy for Weight Loss
- Weight Loss Protocols
- Whole Body Cryotherapy Sessions
- Dietary interventions
- Supplement guidelines
- Medical Treatments
Brief, controlled applications of cold cause the body to engage its most powerful healing systems. Whole Body Cryotherapy represents the most effective means to date to engage these mechanisms. Done with the right timing and frequency, numerous health benefits can be obtained.
Since Whole Body Cryotherapy chills the body, it causes an increase in the basal metabolic rate. A single session of Whole Body Cryotherapy has been shown to cause the body to burn an additional 500 – 800 calories. For weeks after even a single session, the Basal Metabolic Rate as measured by Indirect Calorimetry, has been shown to improve by 200 – 300 calories per day. With out change in diet, this would represent a burn of 2 pounds of body fat per month without diet or exercise.
Our body’s fat is formed in two main types: white fat and brown fat. White fat is the type we are all familiar with. It surrounds the organs and creates inflammation and resistance to insulin when it is excessive. Brown fat is the good fat. It is just like white fat except that it is very rich in mitochondria. This allows it to generate significant amounts of heat as needed. When the brown fat is strong and healthy, it can also create heat for the purposes of regulating the amounts of white fat. When white fat becomes excessive, the brown fat can burn it up for extra heat to control it and keep it at healthy levels.
Many researchers believe that one of the reasons for the current increases of obesity and diabetes is indoor climate control. Our genetic coding for thermoregulation has not changed significantly for 2.58 million years. During our history, we spent over 90% of the time in one ice age or another. The periods between ice ages, known as interglacial retreats were much more the exception than the norm.
In short, our bodies need episodic exposure to cold to properly control our metabolisms and our body mass.
Obesity and overweight now account for 70% of the American population according to statistics from the Center for Disease Control. The rates have gone up dramatically over the last few decades. As a consequence of obesity, diabetes has doubled since 1980.
All effective weight loss programs work by one shared method: they create a caloric deficit. Our bodies burn calories for fuel each day. This is done to keep us alive and to power specific activities. Anytime we burn less fuel than we ingest, we gain weight. If we burn more than we ingest, we lose weight.
Each pound of body fat we carry represents approximately 3500 calories of stored fuel. To lose a pound of body fat, we need to create a deficit of 3500 calories over a period of at least 1 week.
This can be done by 3 methods:
- Consuming fewer calories
- Burning more calories through exercise
- Burning more calories through metabolism
Whole Body Cryotherapy is the only safe, non-stimulant method to significantly raise our metabolism.
Stimulants such as ephedra or fen-phen raise metabolism by no more than 5% and only work temporarily. Those who use them for longer periods of time find that more of the drug is required for the same effect, they become resistant. Furthermore, when they stop taking the drug or lower their dose, they find that they burn fewer calories than they did on their own before taking it.
A typical adult woman will burn 2000 calories per day without doing additional exercise. If she takes a stimulant, this can increase her metabolism to 2100 calories per day. Yet when she stops, her metabolism will likely drop to 1700 – 1900 calories per day.
Whole Body Cryotherapy has been shown to raise the basal metabolic rate by 200 – 300 calories, even weeks after treatment. That means the typical woman can go from 2000 calories per day to 2300 calories per day. This is roughly the amount of additional calories that are burned with 45-60 minutes of daily exercise.
If Whole Body Cryotherapy is done in a protocol to elevate and maintain a higher basal metabolic rate and this is done in conjunction with a thermogenic diet plan and supportive supplements, consistent fat loss of 1-2 pounds per week can be expected. The very obese may notice even faster rates of initial fat loss.
Body weight is categorized by a scale called Body Mass Index. This is simply the weight (in kg which = pounds x 2.2) divided by the height squared (in meters which equals inches x 0.0254).
Below is a chart allowing the center to easily find a client’s BMI and understand which category they fit in:
Weight Loss Protocol A – 6 months
Number of treatments: 20
Frequency of treatments
- Month 1: Twice weekly
- Months 2-3: Weekly
- Months 4-6: Every other week
Duration of treatments: 8 weeks
Projected amount of weight loss: 30-50 pounds
Best for those with
- BMI over 30
- Risk factors including high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol
- Numerous unsuccessful past attempts at weight loss
Weight Loss Protocol B – 3 months
Number of treatments: 10
Frequency of treatments
- Weeks 1-2: Twice weekly
- Weeks 3-6: Weekly
- Weeks 7-12: Every other week
Duration of treatments: 12 weeks
Projected amount of weight loss: 15-30 pounds
Best for those with
- BMI over 25
- No signifiant risk factors
- Weight high but generally stable in the past
The best diet to complement the effects of Whole Body Cryotherapy on weight loss is a diet that also increases basal metabolic rate while decreasing cravings for easy to store carbohydrate foods.
Just as our bodies are better able to maintain their weight with temperatures like we were exposed to in our evolutionary past, they do better with the foods we were exposed to for the bulk of our evolutionary past.
From evaluating fossils and modern pre-technological cultures, it has become apparent that overweight only occurs when the human diet adds in grains, dairy foods and modern processed foods. The Cryotherapy Weight Loss Program focuses on foods that got early humans through our long history before farming and modern foods became available.
This program will help your body burn glucose more effectively. The foods that contain the densest concentrations of carbohydrate are grains, legumes, sweets, sugars and dairy. The foods our bodies can burn best for fuel without storing fat are animal proteins, vegetables, nuts and fruits.
By focusing on these foods not only will you be burning fat better but your energy levels will be more even throughout the day and you’ll have better mental focus. Within the first 1-2 days on this diet you will notice your cravings for sugar and starch completely disappear.
In the first week’s meal there will be some foods you like more than others. Try to have some of the foods that are not your favorite for variety’s sake. It is still OK to avoid the ones your really hate and double up on others.
Think of it as a fun experiment rather than another example of long term deprivation. Ironically you will have a very easy time adhering to the plan if you follow it exactly. Any foods, snacks, treats, beverages that are not listed are not recommended during this initial time frame.
Most of us are used to having the majority of our calories from grains and dairy and having only small quantities of produce. These proportions are badly out of sync with our bodies needs. If you leave out the grains, legumes sweets sugars and dairy and stick to tiny servings of produce, you won’t succeed. Please start out by serving at least twice as much low starch produce as you are used to and not limiting yourself if you want more. You will be much better satisfied and nourished by doing so.
The positive foods that are weight neutral include:
- Animal proteins such as
- Grass fed beef
- All vegetables with the exceptions of corn and potatoes
Foods that can be taken in limited quantities for those who are successfully losing weight and not getting uncontrolled food cravings include:
Following is a complete plan for your starting week. Also included are meal assembly guidelines and generic cooking suggestions. By combining the suggested meal assembly elements, literally thousands of different meals can be created in minutes.
Shopping list for first week
Omega 3 rich Eggs – 2 dozen
Chicken Breast – 1 pound
Smoked Salmon – 1 package
Deli Beef – nitrate free – 6 ounces
Deli Ham – nitrate free – 6 ounces
Kippered Snacks – 1 can
Sirloin Steak – 1 pound
Chicken Thighs – 1 pound
1 small pork tenderloin – 1-2 pounds
Frozen cocktail shrimp – 1 pound
1 small can green chilis
Organic raisins – 1/4 pound
Almonds – raw, 1/2 pound
Dried Figs – 1 package
Walnuts – raw, 1/2 pound
Kalmata olives – 1 jar
Unsweetened coconut – 1 package shredded
Romaine lettuce – 1 head
Red leaf lettuce – 1 head
Asparagus – 1 bunch
Whole Mushrooms – 1 package
Carrots – 1 pound
Zucchini – 2
Red Bell pepper – 2
Cherry Tomatoes – 1 package
Green onions – 1 bunch
Acorn Squash – 1
Celery – 1 bunch
Onion – 2
Garlic – 1 bulb
Guacamole – 1 package, natural
Sweet Potato – 2
Below is a sample week’s diet followed by a meal assembly grid. You’re welcome to repeat your favorite meals or go ‘off the grid’ to compose custom creations for the remaining 3 weeks. Another really easy way to mix it up is use the weekly menu but vary the sources of protein and particular fruits and vegetables based on what you’re hungry for and what you have on hand.
Starting week’s diet:
2-3 poached eggs, 2 cups sauteed spinach, 1/2 cup sliced mushrooms
and salsa WHOLE BODY CRYOTHERAPY PROTOCOL SERIES WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM
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1 chicken breast, 1-2 cups steamed broccoli and 1/2 avocado, all rolled
into romaine lettuce leaves
4-6 ounces London Broil, large salad with red leaf lettuce, green
onions, tomatoes, olive oil, balsamic vinegar and spike seasoning
1/2 apple, 1 handful of almonds
4 ounces smoked salmon topped with lemon juice and tomato slices, 2
cups steamed cauliflower
Can of kippered snacks, 1/2 baked sweet potato
4-6 ounces pork loin, 1-2 cups sauteed collard greens with garlic and 1/2 pear
Remaining 1/2 baked sweet potato, 1/4 cup unsweetened coconut slices
4-6 ounces pork loin, diced and scrambled with 2 eggs and 1 tbsp green chilies
Salad of spinach, sliced tomatoes 1/4 cup of walnuts and 4 ounces of canned salmon WHOLE BODY CRYOTHERAPY PROTOCOL SERIES WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM
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4-6 ounces chicken sauteed with fresh garlic, capers,sun dried tomatoes and shredded cabbage
1/4 cup raisins + 1/2 cup macadamia nuts
California omelet: 2 eggs, 1 cup spinach leaves, 1/2 sliced avocado
Salad with 4-6 ounces cocktail shrimp with lemon, 1/2 avocado and red bell peppers
Shrimp stir fry with 4 ounces of shrimp, 1-2 cups bok choy, toasted sesame oil and soy sauce
6 dried apricots, small handful of almonds
2-4 ounces leftover steak, sauteed with sliced onion, green pepper and
mushroom, when nearly heated, add 2 eggs and 1/2 cup water, cover tightly until eggs are done
8-12 asparagus spears with 4-6 ounces of nitrate free deli ham
4-6 ounces Sirloin steak on the grill with grilled eggplant and summer squash
Carrots and celery with guacamole dip
Chicken breast 4-6 ounces sauteed with asparagus, carrot, onion and garlic
Wraps made from romaine lettuce, 4-6 ounces nitrate free deli beef and 1/2 avocado
BBQ skewers with 4-6 ounces of shrimp, zucchini, onion, bell pepper and pineapple
Cherry tomatoes with kalamata olives
Smoothie: 1 cup blueberries, 1/2 cup pasteurized liquid egg whites, 1/2 cup almonds
Salad with romaine lettuce, cherry tomatoes, green onions and 4-6 ounces of canned salmon
4-6 ounces chicken thighs sauteed with mushrooms and onions, served with 1 cup steamed acorn squash
Handful of walnuts, 2 dried figs WHOLE BODY CRYOTHERAPY PROTOCOL SERIES WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM
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General notes about food preparation
If you’re a good cook, have a blast with herbs and spices and dishes as elaborately flavored as you like.
If you can’t cook, don’t worry! This is really easy.
Most sit down restaurants can give you a protein such as a chicken breast, a small steak or a piece of fish, along with a serving of steamed vegetables. Feel free to order another one or two ‘to go’ for later meals. Another easy trick is get some nice frozen dinners from healthy supermarkets like Sprouts or Whole Foods. Just be sure to throw away the starch and desert before heating it.
Most other meals can be as easy as:
Heat a pan with a few teaspoons or so of oil
Cook a piece of protein for 5 minutes
Turn over – add in cut up veggies
Add 1/2 cup water and cover tightly
Take off heat and serve in another 5 minutes
Salads are also a great way to go. Pre-washed and cut greens are fine as are prepped, bagged vegetables. Open bags, pour into large bowl, add canned chicken or salmon, some olive oil and lemon juice and you’ve got a great meal. Another great trick is the prepped vegetables. Fresh and Easy stores are great for these. You can get broccoli, cauliflower, stir fried mixed veggies, prepped squash and more. These are easy to open into a pan and saute or steam. Pick up some pre-cooked chicken breast and a meal can be done in 5 minutes flat.
The following page contains the meal assembly guide. To make any meal, just choose any 1 protein, 1-2 produce items and 1 -2 seasonings. There are literally thousands of great combinations.WHOLE BODY CRYOTHERAPY PROTOCOL SERIES WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM
|Meal Assembly Guide Protein (4-6 ounces)||Produce||More Produce!||Flavor|
|Sea Bass||Artichoke hearts||Dandelion Greens||Ginger|
|London Broil||Beets||Acorn Squash||Turmeric|
|Lean Ground Beef||Blueberries||Cabbage||Green Curry|
|Tilapia||Blackberries||Napa Cabbage||Ume Plum Vinegar|
|Eggs (2-3)||Honeydew Melon||Spaghetti Squash||Tabasco Sauce|
|Sardines||Brussels sprouts||Bok Choy||Rosemary|
|Dark Meat Turkey||Parsnips||Apple||Italian Seasoning|
|Ribeye||Carrots||Pear||Herbs de Provance|
|Pork Chops||Fennel Root||Kale||Salsa|
|Lamb Rack||Yam||Romaine lettuce||Guacamole|
|Pork Loin||Red Leaf Lettuce||Onion||Chili Powder|
|Orange Snapper||Green onions||Mushrooms||Rosemary|
|Sausage (nitrate free)||Bell Peppers||Eggplant||Old Bay Seasoning|
|Cod||Chard||Collard Greens||Lemon Juice|
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A testimonial with many aspects, sleep, arthritis, pain, weight and cellulite loss, stress and mental clarity
Story at-a-glance – • Evidence suggests excess sugar is a foundational cause of diabetes, obesity and most chronic degenerative diseases, including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, not just an exacerbating factor • There are significant similarities between the sugar industry and the tobacco industry, with the same kind of flawed science used to defend tobacco now being
With the incidences of diabetes going through the roof for both adults and children, here is an article from CDC that might help you stay out of trouble: When it comes to weight loss, there’s no lack of diets promising fast results. There are low-carb diets, high-carb diets, low-fat diets, grapefruit diets, cabbage soup diets,
The following testimonial contains so many beneficial aspects that we thought should be included as a reference article: “This is something I must share. I purchased a Groupon for cryotherapy after seeing it on several television shows and then I researched its benefits online. When I saw it has helped other people who had arthritis
CBS Local May 17, 2012 10:52 PM MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — What would you go through to look younger, feel younger and burn calories? Would you be willing to freeze your butt off? People in the Twin Cities are exposing themselves to 220 degrees below zero for just those reasons. “It’s like walking outside naked, in
Anouk A.J.J. van der Lans1, Joris Hoeks1, Boudewijn Brans2, Guy H.E.J. Vijgen1,3, Mariëlle G.W. Visser2, Maarten J. Vosselman1, Jan Hansen1, Johanna A. Jörgensen1, Jun Wu4, Felix M. Mottaghy2,5, Patrick Schrauwen1, and Wouter D. van Marken Lichtenbelt1 1Department of Human Biology, NUTRIM School for Nutrition, Toxicology and Metabolism, 2Department of Nuclear Medicine, and 3Department of Surgery,
When it comes to losing weight, there’s no substitute for a healthy diet, sensible portion sizes and a reasonable amount of exercise. But if you’re looking to kick start your weight loss and reset your body to burn the maximum number of calories continually, then whole-body cryotherapy is worth considering. Polar bear swims, icy plunge