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Top Scientists Reveal Why You are Struggling to Lose Weight

by Belinda McCartney - Staff Writer BoldandHealthy.com


“…And it has much less to do with what you eat and how much you exercise!

Research at the University of Alberta in Canada found that most overweight people have high levels of toxic lipid molecules called ceramides1.

Ceremide compounds force fat cells into your bloodstream after eating. Since this toxic fat can accumulate around vital organs: (liver, pancreas, heart and even your arteries)17... your metabolism slows down and your fat-burning hormones almost shut down.

That's why your body can switche to a starvation mode, which causes you to store even more fat on your belly, back, buns, thighs and hips.

Good News: There's a way to target ceramides and dissolve dangerous fat from around your organs - and turn your body in a calorie-burning, fat melting machine.


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