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      Learn how to manage stress, transform your body and improve your life

What is MMS?

MMS is a diet and exercise program which I developed before summer 2013 as a means of motivating my patients to lose weight and reduce stress. MMS stands for metamorphosis, which means a profound change, like when a caterpillar transforms into a butterfly. With the MMS program, I wanted to prove that by changing one’s diet and exercising regularly, one can lose weight, control high blood pressure, reduce cholesterol and feel better overall. In fact, I managed to prove all this and also managed to get participants to stop their medication: blood pressure pills, cholesterol pills and anti-depressants. Most participants lost a significant amount of weight, with one person losing almost 24kg throughout the program. This was a great personal achievement and I was very happy with my results.

What is this website about?

I created this website following the great success with the MMS program in summer 2013. I wanted to create easy access to useful information for anyone who wanted to transform their life.

Most people need a change in their life because they are under a lot of stress. Others want to lose weight or lower their cholesterol. Whatever the reason, this website offers useful information on how to change your diet to lose weight and on various types of exercise that you can do. Thanks to Train Insane Malta, anyone who is up for a real challenge can now join Insanity or MAX:30 classes in person. For anyone needing more powerful ways to manage stress, I would recommend reading the section on meditation and finding time to practice it for 10-15 minutes daily.

Who am I?

I am a family doctor who believes that exercise can be used to manage a wide variety of conditions especially stress and tension, obesity and medical problems associated with excess weight, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes and many more.

I have practiced many forms of exercise in the past but I truly discovered how powerful it is when I did 4 years of Kung Fu, training 6-7days a week, whilst working as a junior doctor. 

I still enjoy Kung Fu but have now discovered Insanity, which is Max Interval Training, a form of exercise which challenges the body to its limits each time.