How to Use the Feel Great System


Your guide to getting the best results with Unimate & Balance.

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How to Use Unimate & Balance.

Using Unimate:

In the morning, preferably before eating, take Unimate. If this doesn’t suit you, it’s also okay to take it between meals. If it’s too sweet for your liking, use more water to dilute it. If you prefer it sweeter, use less water. Use between 16 to 20 ounces of water or even more, as needed.

Enjoy it either hot or cold – it tastes great both ways!

Unimate can help you fast for longer in the morning. Pay attention to your mood, energy levels, and cravings as these may change initially. Aim to fast for about 2 to 4 hours (or more) before having your first meal.

Using Balance:

When you start feeling hungry, typically around noon or early afternoon, it’s time for your first meal. But first, have some Balance. Add a packet of Unicity Balance to 8 to 10 ounces of cold or room-temperature water. Make sure to add the water first, followed by Balance. Quickly shake it 3 to 5 times – don’t stir! Drink it right away. If you leave it sitting, it will thicken up and be harder to drink. If this happens, add more water and drink it right away.

After taking Balance, wait about 5 to 10 minutes (but no more than 15 minutes) before eating your meal.

Balance, which has a tasty orange flavor, will start to expand in your stomach during the 5 to 15 minute waiting period. This helps to control your meal portions, prevent overeating and manage your blood sugar and insulin responses better. Don’t wait more than 15 minutes to eat.

If you forget to take Balance, take it as soon as you remember. You’ll still gain some, if not all, of the benefits.

Wait at least 4 to 6 hours after your first meal before having your second meal. Drink plenty of water and avoid snacking between these two meals.

You may initially experience some bloating or irregular digestion as your body adjusts to the fiber. This is temporary. Once you’re used to it, you can take a second packet of Balance with meals that are high in carbohydrates.

Diet to Follow:

Don’t worry about making dietary changes at first. As your insulin levels decrease, you’ll naturally start to make healthier food choices. This process should involve making small, sustainable changes to your diet while still allowing you to enjoy the foods you love, without guilt or worry.

If you’re currently on a keto or low-carb diet, gradually add more carbs back into your diet. If you don’t, you might see a temporary increase in your weight. This is due to carbs pulling water into your system, but it will balance out over time. Pay more attention to your body measurements than your weight during the first month.

If you’re diabetic and using insulin, focus on managing your sugar levels before increasing your carb intake. As with the keto/low-carb tip, add carbs back into your diet slowly so you can still enjoy your favorite foods.

The Daily Routine

Here is a daily schedule you should follow to have a great health journey using this system:

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7-9am (Breakfast)

Unicity Unimate is a fantastic way to begin your day. Without disrupting your overnight fast, it will enhance your vitality and concentration in the morning.

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12pm (Lunch)

Have a Unicity Balance before your lunch to slow down the impact of any carbohydrates you may consume.

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6-8pm (Dinner)

Before dinner, take another Balance to reduce the impact of any carbohydrates you may eat to assist you cope with the upcoming fasting time.

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8pm (bedtime)

After dinner, now starts your fast, and allow 16 hours before your upcoming meal. Since you’ve already had Unimate and Balance, fasting will get easier for you.

What to Expect When Starting

Adding more fiber to your diet can cause gas or bloating for some people. This is a normal reaction as your body adjusts to the increased fiber intake. This is only temporary and should subside after about 2 to 3 weeks. If the bloating is too uncomfortable, consider taking just one or a half packet of Balance daily before your first meal, or even without a meal, until your body gets used to it.

Digestive Changes – Are They Normal?

Yes! When you start consuming more fiber and protein, you might notice some changes in your digestion. This happens because these nutrients are providing fuel for your gut bacteria. Over time, your body will adapt, creating an environment that supports a healthy gut microbiome, and these symptoms should go away.

This adjustment process is entirely natural when you begin to increase your intake of prebiotic fiber and protein. Both of these nutrients attract water into our bodies. For instance, think about how Balance thickens in water if you don’t drink it right away – a similar process is happening in your digestive tract.

Balance contains both soluble and insoluble fibers, both of which absorb significant amounts of water. As this swollen fiber travels through your digestive system, it sweeps up debris along the way. After the insoluble fiber reaches a saturation point, any extra water helps move the fiber (and anything else) along. So, keep hydrating, and the bloating and gas should go away soon.

Bloating may also occur because the natural fibers in Unicity Balance start to ferment in your gut. This happens if your gut doesn’t yet have diverse enough bacteria to digest these prebiotic fibers. This fermentation produces gas. However, it’s also a sign that your body is starting to build new types of gut bacteria to digest these fibers, promoting a healthier and more diverse gut microbiome.

Adjustment Period for Increased Prebiotic Fiber:

How long it takes for your body to adjust to more prebiotic fiber depends on your diet before the change. Bloating could start to subside anywhere between 1 to 2 weeks, but it could take up to 30 days.

Experiencing gas, bloating, and mild cramping is completely natural. Make sure to drink enough water. Staying active, for example by walking or jogging, can also help stimulate your bowels and support the digestion process. Your gut microbiome should shift within a month, but everyone is different, so be patient and stick with the process.

Feeling Uncomfortable?

If discomfort persists, you can adjust your intake of Balance. Start with only one packet of Balance a day with your first or second meal. Alternatively, you could split a packet and have half with each meal until you start to feel better. You can then gradually increase back up to two packets per day.

Tracking Your Progress

The exciting part of using the Feel Great system is witnessing all the progress and results you’ll achieve!

Non-Scale Victories:

Non-scale victories are improvements that you feel rather than see. These could be changes in your mood, appetite, energy levels, cravings, mental focus, digestion, and so on. Keep an eye on these aspects and see how they change over the next few weeks and months on the system. These are usually the first improvements people notice, and they make you FEEL GREAT!

What Should You Measure?

Pearson’s Law says, “When performance is measured, performance improves. When performance is measured and reported back, the rate of improvement accelerates.”

As you embark on your Feel Great journey, make it a habit to take WEEKLY measurements to track your body’s transition from burning sugar/carbs to burning fat! This quick weekly check-in (less than 5 minutes!) can help you notice the gradual changes.

You don’t have to share your specific measurements with the group, but we do encourage you to share how many inches you’ve lost week to week, particularly around your waist or belly.

What about Weight Loss?

Weight loss is a byproduct of balancing insulin levels in the body. While you might not see a significant drop in your weight initially, don’t worry! This doesn’t mean your body isn’t burning fat. Changes are happening inside you, and it might take some time for these changes to become visible. This is where patience and consistency play a crucial role. Remember, you didn’t gain weight overnight, so don’t expect to lose it overnight. As previously mentioned, DO NOT COMPARE your results to others. Your journey is personal, and everyone has unique health stories. Respect the process, stay committed, and remember: all progress, no matter how small, is still progress. So, don’t obsess over a single number on the scale.