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Kyle Leon

Kyle LeonKyle Leon is a certified nutritionist, a professional fitness model, and the creator of the Customized Fat Loss program and also the Somanabolic Muscle Maximizer program. Both of these programs rely heavily towards a person’s body type. While there are 3 main body types recognized by medical science – ectomorph, mesomorph, and endomorph – Kyle recognizes 6 body types. In both of his programs, adherents take a test to figure out their body type and then work with one of several customized diet programs. So, who is Kyle Leon, is he certified to make such claims, and are they accurate?

 

Kyle Leon’s interest in nutrition and body building, he says, comes from his own frustrating personal experience with trying to build muscle. Many aspiring body builders take supplements from companies like Muscle Maximizer, and he said he did as well, with no success. Nothing supposedly worked until he consulted a famous nutritionist who showed him what he was doing wrong. The advice that he has gotten from this nutritionist and others, none of which he ever lists by name, appears to be the basis of his programs.

 

The exact details of any of the diet plans recommended is never stated with any clarity, so it is difficult to determine if his recommendations are all based in scientific fact or if any of them are possibly dangerous. They could be either. There are many testimonials on the Internet both from those who claim his programs works and from those who say they took one look at the programs and promptly asked for their money back. Regardless of his programs’ effectiveness, however, any advice from this man should be taken with a skeptical eye and common sense, because Kyle Leon himself does not have the credentials of a dietician, or even, according to states’ requirements, of a nutritionist.

 

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A search through Kyle Leon’s credentials at first yields absolutely nothing about from where he received his nutritionist certificate. A little bit of digging, however, shows that while attending school at Southern College in Charleston, South Carolina, he majored in psychology with a minor in sociology. Clearly, neither of these subjects has anything to do with nutritional health, which may be why Kyle seems so reticent to put information up about his educational credentials in easy to find places. Whether or not he even received that degree in psychology is not known, so this man may not only have no degree in nutrition, put perhaps no degree in anything.

 

Why then, does Kyle Leon call himself a “certified nutritionist?” Honestly, although where he received such certification appears to be lost in the Internet, he most likely is a nutritionist. A nutritionist is different from a dietician. A dietician has at least a bachelor’s degree in nutrition, and is registered with the Commission on Dietetic Registration of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Depending on the laws of a certain state or country, anyone may be able to call themselves a nutritionist.

 

When discussing his product Somanabolic Muscle Maximizer, Kyle Leon shows a picture of himself as a scrawny high school student. He claims that he not only sells this program, but is a personal subscriber to it. Maybe he is. Maybe one or both of his programs work. But a final word of advice: always be careful when listening to advice that doesn’t come from a trained healthcare professional. You could be playing a game of Russian roulette with your health.

 

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