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Fat Blasting Foods Revealed in Report and Video Published by BetterDigestion.org
Date:5/13/2013

New York, NY (PRWEB) May 13, 2013

The latest report and video from BetterDigestion.org describes the human body’s ability to burn high levels of fat each day. The author details “secret” nutrients found in 23 fat blasting foods. The nutrients, found in everyday foods demonstrate the ability to increase the body’s production of leptin, the body’s primary fat blasting hormone.

Specifically, the author discusses leptin, a naturally occurring hormone known to create energy by burning high levels of fat. Recent research demonstrates that the body can manipulate leptin production through strategic meal planning. The ability to control leptin production provides significant advantages for burning fat and losing weight.

According to the report, leptin is considered the master fat burning hormone, controlling every other weight loss hormone in the body; and the ability to burn fat as a whole. The body’s leptin levels typically plummet when food and calories are restricted through diets; this leads to unwanted weight gain.

The author also details Reverse Carbohydrate Tapering, a strategy designed to increase leptin production and accelerate fat loss. Other strategies provided in the Fat Blasting Foods report include periodic overeating of “cheat foods” like bacon cheeseburgers, spaghetti and meatballs, pizza, chicken wings, macaroni and cheese, and cheesecake to increase fat loss. These periodic overeating sessions result in leptin spikes that fuel fat burning in the body.

The report also describes how eating certain one-ingredient fat burning foods, can stimulate metabolism and leptin production, resulting in fat and weight loss. Eating the recommended foods immediately begin to repair leptin sensitivity, causing leptin to signaling the body to begin burning fat.

The author also reveals a 30-second stra
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