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The Secret Metabolic Code

The Secret Metabolic Code

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The Secret Metabolic Code

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Sep 3, 2014


All you want is to fit into those fantastic looking clothes you've seen in glamour magazines, or in the Victoria's Secret catalog. Then, you discover they don't have them in your size. But not even the unnaturally beautiful and thin Victoria's Secret models know our secrets to losing weight!
Maybe you've considered liposuction or gastric bypass surgery. But you haven't experienced the pain and restriction of those surgeries, pain which lasts for weeks, maybe months. Besides, the surgeries are followed with weeks and months of rigid diet and exercise. Why bother? Our secrets can change your body and your life -- starting today.
Perhaps you haven't considered surgery, but you've tried everything else, and you are still overweight. Somewhere deep inside you felt that there must be a better way to get rid of the yo-yo effect caused by ineffective weight loss programs. These secret answers have been within you all along. Let us help you find them. Change your metabolism -- change your body and your life.

Sep 3, 2014

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Dr. Jay Polmar has created a unique world of self-empowered thought to help you create the reality that you desire. Starting from the very first book that you read, you will realize your own power surfacing. Welcome to your own self-empowered world!

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Millions of people every year spend billions of dollars to lose weight. Some do it because of the images we see every day in the news and pop culture.

We see men and women that are in peak fitness that look great and seem happy. They are in wonderful relationships, and they seem to be financially secure and they smile every time they pass a mirror. This is true on television, the movies and even on the evening news.

We strive to achieve these visions of thin, muscular bodies. We are told on commercials and in magazines that all we need to do is take a pill and we too can have these sculpted bodies. We are promised to look like a model if we would only buy a home gym or a piece of work out equipment. We are tricked into believing that if we would just eat seaweed for a week we can lose twenty pounds.

Maybe you are one of those individuals that have been told by your doctor or a loved one that you need to lose weight. This could be due to health concerns. Maybe you have other related disorders such as diabetes or coronary heart disease. Maybe you have trouble moving and getting around because of obesity. The weight puts extra pressure on your joints which can wear them down and make even the simplest movements painful.

It could be that you want to lose weight because you want more energy. You feel tired a lot and do not have much energy. You can only perform small tasks before becoming worn out or even out of breath. It is true that being overweight has many health risks. The more obese you are, the more likely you are to develop health problems. It is a scary fact that someone who is 40 percent overweight is twice as likely to die prematurely as a person of average -weight. This effect is seen after 10 to 30 years of being obese.

Patients with central or abdominal obesity (characterized by too much fat around the stomach and abdomen) have a higher risk of weight-related problems. Abdominal obesity is one of the core symptoms of heart disease and diabetes. In women, central obesity is indicated by a waist circumference of 35 inches or more, while in men the danger waist measurement is 40 or more inches.

According to researchers, an estimated 300,000 American deaths a year are related to obesity. The risk of premature death rises with increasing weight. Even moderate weight gain (10 to 20 pounds for a person of average height) increases the risk of death. This is especially true of adults aged 30 to 64 years. Individuals who are obese have a 50 to 100 percent increased risk of premature death from all causes, compared to individuals with a healthy weight.

In 2005, a new study concluded that obesity kills 112,000 Americans each year which is less than other published studies. Obesity experts now seem to conclude that, while patients with morbid obesity (being 100 pounds or more above your ideal body weight, as defined by the National Institutes of Health) remain at a high risk of premature death, regular obesity is no more dangerous to health than being underweight. Controversy surrounding weight-related disease and premature death seems likely to continue!

The risk of heart attack, congestive heart failure, sudden cardiac death, and Angina, or chest pain, is increased in persons who are overweight or obese. In addition, high blood pressure is twice as common in adults who are obese than in those who are at a healthy weight. Obesity is associated with high levels of bad cholesterol and decreased levels of good cholesterol.

Atherosclerosis, or narrowing of the arteries, which may lead to the formation of an arterial blood clot, is an important pre-condition of many

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