Lose Weight in WEEKS? (No Dieting!)
Though it may not feel like it, summer isn’t far away.
If you’re like most people, you’d love to shed a few pounds before you head to the beach or the pool.
But dieting isn’t the way to do it.
For most people, diet and exercise just don’t work in the long run.
There’s an easier way to lose weight and keep it off… just in time for summer.
Most people don’t think about hormones in relation to eating… but you should.
Hormones send necessary signals between your belly and your brain that tell you when to eat—and importantly, when to stop eating.
If your hormones aren’t working properly, the signals get jammed, and the result is that “hungry-all-the-time” feeling.
The hormone leptin is a big piece of this puzzle.
Leptin is known as the satiety hormone, or as I like to called it, the “skinny hormone.”
Leptin sends signals to your brain to tell you when you’ve had enough to eat.
But the more fat cells you accumulate, the more leptin they pump out to get you to stop eating. In an ironic twist, excreting too much leptin causes your body to stop listening to it.
This is called leptin resistance, and it’s a major roadblock obese people face when it comes to weight loss.
But I have a solution that can put an end to the yo-yo diets.
It’s the fruit from a little-known fruit tree from West Africa called African Mango.
When scientists tested a unique compound from inside the African Mango, they discovered something remarkable. It actually reduces the secretion of leptin from fat cells, which allows your body to reestablish leptin sensitivity.
As a result, people who take the African Mango extract can lose weight, shed body fat, and reduce their waist circumference—all without diet or exercise.
One study shows that people taking this extract lost 28 pounds in just ten weeks!
Just in time for summer!
I’m usually not a fan of quick fixes, but in this case the science—and the results—don’t lie.
Why not give African Mango extract a try?
You have nothing to lose but the weight.
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Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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