Do you know the specific hormone responsible for YOUR body’s most stubborn fat? Keep reading to find out the exact foods you need to eat to STOP hormone related fat storage year after year…
On this very page you’ll discover the EXACT hormone imbalance responsible for your MOST "stubborn" trouble spot fat along with the EXACT foods you need to avoid (and the foods you eat) to "deactivate" your body’s fat storing enzymes.
And WHY the answer you have been searching for has been hiding in plain sight… right inside in your fridge, your cupboards and your pantry!
Weight Watchers is arguably the most popular and successful weight loss program in the world. People from all backgrounds and ages use these types of calorie counting programs with varying degrees of success.
These programs can help you lose your initial easy to lose pounds of body fat but I can promise you that they WILL NOT remove the hard to lose trouble spot fat found around your hips, low back, lower belly area or back of your arms.
This is because Weight Watchers (and the hundreds of other programs like it) are only focused on one aspect of the weight loss equation- reducing calorie intake.
What they don’t tell you is the world’s most popular diets that have you counting points, measuring all of your foods and scrutinizing the calorie content of every single morsel of food you put in your mouth may help you to lose the first few pounds of the "easy to lose fat" …
You have probably noticed this for yourself the last time you followed a "calories in/calories out" type approach- it works in the beginning for losing a few pounds but quickly stops working or even worse- your weight rebounds leaving you right back where you started (or worse).
I have some exciting news to share with you- if you have tried counting calories or points, measuring your foods using scales and other crazy devices, super strict no carb or low fat diets, magic creams, skin wraps, surgical procedures, diet pills with no success and have been left to believe that shrinking your trouble spots was impossible…
Back when my wife Janet was studying for her nutrition degree she stumbled upon a study from way back in 1956. Researchers were investigating the connection between types of calories that are eaten and the amount of weight gained.