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Cheat Foods For Fat Loss Article and Video Published by BetterDigestion.org
Date:5/4/2013

New York, NY (PRWEB) May 04, 2013

An informative article and video review from BetterDigestion.org detail the benefits of cheat foods for fat loss. The author discusses how eating certain foods can actually make leptin, the fat burning hormone, even more effective at ridding unwanted fat from the body.

Describing the many benefits of leptin, the article and video detail research that demonstrates eating certain “cheat foods” at certain times actually accelerates the burning of fat and weight loss. While nutritionists and fitness professionals rarely reveal this secret, the article shares how cheat foods release the power of leptin, a powerful fat burning hormone, to help lose weight.

Breaking down fat releases a powerful hormone that circulates through the bloodstream, sending important messages to the brain. Most of these messages to the brain contain important information concerning energy production.

The brain responds to this information by sending signals to either eat more or to conserve as much energy as possible. Conserving energy can send the body into “starvation mode”, which affects leptin production.

Nutritionists have discovered that eating cheat foods stimulates leptin production, resulting in increased leptin production levels. Continued research into leptin and fat loss has demonstrated that supplementing with a high-quality leptin supplement bypasses the communication between the fat cells and the brain, providing a fresh, consistent supply of leptin to the brain. This keeps leptin levels at appropriate levels, taking the body out of starvation mode, and increasing the body’s ability to burn fat.

While cheat foods are poor choices for the everyday diet, when used correctly they boost production of leptin, the number one fat burning hormone in the body.

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