DIABETES ALERT: The “Miracle Molecule” NOBODY Is Talking About
Alex Reid here with your Monday roundup.
Summer is around the corner…
And I know you’re dying to get out and about.
Maybe you’re a beach or lake type of person.
Perhaps you would like to take a few laps around the pool.
It’s a rule of thumb: Folks tend to pack on the pounds in the winter…
And then they do everything within their power to get fit for the summer.
When it’s hot outside, we tend to wear things that reveal our physique a little more.
When’s the last time you saw someone rocking a sweatsuit or turtleneck to the beach?
If you have summer 2020 weight loss goals…
I came across groundbreaking info you’ll want to hear…
Scientists discovered a molecule called BAM15. In a recent study, they used it to decrease “the body fat mass of mice without affecting food intake and muscle mass or increasing body temperature.”
Could you imagine having a molecule at your fingertips that could get rid of your unwanted pounds?
While there are a million and one ways the average person might be interested in putting BAM15 to use…
Researchers say it could be used for something that affects 30% of the global population and 40% of all Americans…
Webster Santos, professor of chemistry and the Cliff and Agnes Lilly Faculty Fellow of Drug Discovery in the College of Science at Virginia Tech, adds:
Obesity is the biggest health problem in the United States. But, it is hard for people to lose weight and keep it off; being on a diet can be so difficult. So, a pharmacological approach, or a drug, could help out and would be beneficial for all of society.
When Santos and his colleagues identified a small mitochondrial uncoupler, BAM15, they discovered it could do much more than just slash fat.
It also decreases insulin resistance and has beneficial effects on oxidative stress and inflammation.
And with these capabilities, the team believes the molecule could be used to impact the way that obesity and diabetes are treated and prevented.
It could also be used for a liver disease called nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH). This particular fatty liver disease is known for its characteristics of inflammation and fat accumulation in the liver.
Data proves that this condition could become the “leading cause of liver transplants in the United States.”
Before you go ahead and learn more about this groundbreaking study…
There’s another molecule I wanted to tell you about.
Some folks call it the “Master Molecule.”
I call it genius.
It, too, burns fat like BAM15.
The biggest distinction is that, unlike BAM15, it’s:
- Past the “experimental phase.”
- Shown proven results in humans.
- CURRENTLY AVAILABLE.
Not to ruin it for you...
But research shows it can help burn upwards of 460 calories in a day…
To your health,
President, Clear Health Now