About Metabolic Multiplier

Metabolic Multiplier is a grass-roots, volunteer-powered movement mainstreaming metabolic interventions in healthcare. We support clinicians, patients and researchers.

Power with volunteers

Improved metabolic health brings tremendous benefit to individuals and society.  We have experienced these benefits for ourselves. Metabolic Multiplier is our way of paying it forward. We have no plans to sell you anything or to take money from Metabolic Multiplier. 

Leadership Team

Cecile Seth 2020
Cecile Seth, MBA.
Christie Barnett, APN
Christie Barnett, APN.
Adele Hite, PhD MPH, RDN


Nicholas Norwitz MD PHD Keto diet Osteoporosis Ulcerative Colitis Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Nick Norwitz completed an Oxford Ph.D. and is in his 2nd year at Harvard Medical School.
Mani Malagon
Captain Mani Malagón.
USN (retired)
Nadia La Mar
Nadia La Mar, our Summer 2020 Intern, Wellesley College Freshman

Metabolic Multiplier Team events

Metabolic Multiplier organizes volunteers into teams around areas of interest. Let us know if you’re interested in joining and where your interests are. See our upcoming events here.

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Accelerate lifestyle and metabolic therapy adoption

Curate low-carb resources

Our guides link you to valuable metabolic health resources from quality providers

Provide layperson definitions of metabolic health terms

Human metabolism is complicated and scientists’ understanding is evolving. Clear definitions may promote understanding.

Curate & amplify leading thinkers in metabolic health.

We want our medical advice from. Metabolic Multiplier solicits quotes from experts in metabolic processes and interventions. This not only encourages clinicians and scientists to vet our content curation, but also brings out nuances and encourages scientific debate. 

Support emerging guidelines

Metabolic Multiplier enthusiastically supports professional associations working to establish evidence-based standard of care guidelines and legal definitions.

Bring complementary skill-sets to mainstreaming metabolic therapies

Our team approach encourages volunteers with diverse skill sets to contribute. Let us know if you have interests, skills and passions to contribute.

  • Strengthen regional and web-based low-carbohydrate ecosystems.
  • Evolve a low-carb glossary. The public benefits when search engine results include appropriate low-carb and metabolic interventions.
  • Amplify the best from others in our curated resource guides. Where information is missing we’ll create our own. We support providers of quality information both by sending interested readers their way and giving them “do follow” links, when the site is small enough that this is helpful. The latter helps their search engine results.
  • Assist clinicians and researchers with their digital presence and strategy. Having specialized in metabolic health they might not be experts in all other areas. 
  • Encourage clinicians to author studies to help build the evidence base. Facilitate publishing of case studies.

Include your clinician on your team

Metabolic Multiplier keto prescription example
Doctors have great power in influencing a facility’s dietary choices for their patients. This quick prescription was immediately understood by the kitchen supervisor to mean “no white stuff or juice.”

Metabolic Interventions –

What are metabolic therapies?

Imagine your clinician prescribing: 

  • Effective sleep, exercise, social connections, sunlight, and real food
  • Manage stress, sugar, processed-food and as appropriate, carbohydrate reduction. 

These documented, lifestyle-based treatments enhance basic biological processes. 

These evidence-backed metabolic therapies and interventions worked for our great-grandparents. We do not mean cure-all, untested, treatments, touted without evidence. Work with your clinician to tailor interventions to your bio-individuality.

Why do clinicians care about metabolic interventions?

Metabolic, lifestyle-based therapies are substantiated by research as effective, cost-saving interventions. These treatments can help prevent or reverse many of society’s current health crises, e.g., obesity, diabetes, hypertension, depression, fatigue, Alzheimer’s and other aspects of Metabolic Syndrome.

Why do patients care about metabolic interventions?

Many positive, metabolic-health behaviors were common-practice among our grandparents, so they are time-tested and now research-backed. They tend to be cost-effective interventions that produce measurable positive health outcomes. They are reasonable interventions that are likely to improve your health. We are here to help you and your doctor optimize your health.