Your GENES May be Preventing Your JEANS from Fitting
If you have trouble fitting into your JEANS — it may well be because of your GENES!
Scientists recently discovered a gene that controls your body’s “fat-burning switch”.1 When it’s not working properly, your fat burning slows down. And the pounds creep on.
This gene is crucial to fat loss because it stimulates the production of cyclic adenosine monophosphate (or cAMP), a cellular messenger that tells your body to break apart stored fat and to burn it.
That’s why I call this gene your body’s “fat-burning switch”.
But when that gene is switched OFF, it doesn’t stimulate enough cAMP, losing fat becomes an uphill battle — even if you go superlow-carb with diet and super high-intensity with exercise!!!
Unfortunately, you really ARE stuck with the genes you were born with.
But the new and exciting news is this: your genes don’t have to control your destiny — or how much fat you carry around.
A Miracle for Those Fighting Fat Gain Over 40
This groundbreaking discovery has been used for thousands
of years in Ayurvedic medicine to assist with heart, lung and digestive function. But now, a flood of new research shows it can also be a godsend for those fighting fat gain after
That’s because multiple studies show this herb is one of the only natural compounds that can stimulate the production of fat-destroying cAMP and help you overcome the two major genetic hurdles that can interfere with fat loss — with no dangerous side effects.
First, by increasing the production of cAMP, it can trigger your body to release stubborn fat that’s locked up in your fat cells.
Second, because it can help improve thyroid function, it can also give an extra shot-in-the-arm to your metabolism.
This ensures your fat-burning furnaces will be white hot and ready to incinerate the released fat when it gets there.
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There’s also a pretty shocking chart you’ll see on the next page, so make sure to check it out.
PS — Remember, your genes are what they are, but that doesn’t mean you are destined to be overweight.
1 Martin LF, Klim CM, Vannucci SJ, Dixon LB, Landis JR, LaNoue KF. Alterations in adipocyte adenylate cyclase activity in morbidly obese and formerly morbidly obese humans. Surgery. Aug 1990;108(2):228-234; discussion 234-225.
2 Seika Kamoharaa SN. A Coleus forskohlii extract improves body composition in healthy volunteers: An open-label trial. Personalized Medicine Universe. 2013;2(July):25-27.