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Hormones For Weight Control Article And Video Published by BetterDigestion.org
Date:4/21/2013

Boston, MA (PRWEB) April 21, 2013

A new video review and informatinve article from BetterDigestion.org reveals foods and techniques that increase the body’s production of hormones for weight control. The author discusses how recent findings demonstrate that supplementing with leptin, a powerful hormone for controlling weight, decreases the brain’s signals to overeat.

In the article, it is mentioned that as people diet, and reduce their caloric intake, the body decreases the amount of leptin produced. This decrease in leptin production alerts the brain to potential starvation. As a result, the body attempts to restore leptin hormone levels to normal, healthy levels; one way this occurs is through stimulation a nerve, called the vagus nerve, which runs between the brain and abdomen. The vagus nerve is activated when the body senses it needs more energy, resulting in significant hunger and the continuous urge to eat more food.

The article and video detail how research into leptin and hormones for weight control has demonstrated that supplementing with a high-quality leptin supplement bypasses the communication between the fat cells and the brain, sending a fresh, consistent supply of leptin to the brain. With leptin supplementation, the brain is convinced that leptin levels are appropriate, taking the body out of starvation mode, and opening the door to dramatic, consistent weight loss.

The article and video also introduce a free eBook, The 30 Second Hormone Fix, which provides key advice for controlling leptin production in the body. This advice includes periodic overfeeding once each week by including a cheat day, in order to increase Leptin level; consumption of additional carbohydrate on the day following the che
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