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First Access to My New Book ‘Fat Cell Killer’

There is a big difference between losing fat and permanently killing off fat cells.

You lose fat with diet and exercise, you KILL fat cells through something completely different…

We used to think fat cells were permanent… once you gained a fat cell it basically became immortal fat, stuck on your belly for the rest of your life…

Turns out, this isn’t true, fat cells do live a long time (roughly ten years), but they do eventually die.

And.. sometimes this process can be sped up.

Like when your fat is exposed to cold.

Cold kills fat cells.

This is important…. COLD KILLS FAT CELLS

This means something non-exercise and non-nutrition related can have a DIRECT impact on the amount of fat cells in your body.

Now, you may be wondering… why should you care?

Well here’s the thing…

When you gain weight you also gain fat cells.  People who are overweight typically have MORE fat cells that people who are lean.

However, when someone who has been overweight loses weight, they STILL have more fat cells than someone who is the EXACT same weight, but was never overweight.

When you diet your fat cells shrink, but they don’t go away.

This matters because recent research suggests the the number of fat cells you have impact how hungry you are.

And research shows that people who were overweight, but then lost weight are typically hungrier than people who are the same weight, but were never overweight.

In other words, the number of fat cells you have matters.

Losing fat cells also smooths out stubborn fat areas like your love handles and stomach “paunch”.

Even better, research suggests this loss is near permanent.

The best part is you have the ability to alter the number of fat cells you have, WITHOUT diet or exercise.

The process is slow, but the research is impressive.

This is the topic of my new book.

If you’re interested you can check it out here —> Fat Cell Killer

PreRelease of my NEW BOOK – ‘Good Belly, Bad Belly’

Overeating refined sugar is not good for you, I think we can agree on this (emphasis on the ‘overeating’ part).

However, I’d like you to consider replacing the term ‘refined’ sugar with ‘unprotected’ sugar… I’ll explain why in a minute.

Generally, most health experts suggest avoiding sugar. The common logic against sugar goes like this:

Since refined sugar is bad, then sugar in general must be bad, and if ALL sugar is bad then sugar containing foods are bad…. and this includes fruits.  After all some fruit juices can have the same amount of sugar in it as soda right? And fructose is evil so we all know that we should never drink fruit juice.

That is is the conventional wisdom.

However, I’m about to argue that this is incorrect, because the sugar in fruits and even fruit juice is PROTECTED sugar.

If you are concerned about the health of your gut bacteria and the negative effects of endotoxins (and I think you should be), I want you to rethink fruit and even fruit juices…

In my new book Good Belly, Bad Belly I explain the dangers of endotoxins and argue that many types of foods that contain Protected sugars, even the highly villainized fructose, can be your friend, ESPECIALLY if your diet is high in saturated fat and refined (unprotected) sugars.

And, today you can get Good Belly, Bad Belly at the special prerelease price found here —> Good Belly, Bad Belly

New How Much Protein

I’ve finally finished the updates to my book “How Much Protein”.

My recommendations really haven’t changed in this new expanded version, but I have added some rare exceptions to these recommendations and some more explanations on how the protein you eat works (and doesn’t work) in the muscle building process.

I’ve also removed the creatine information and moved it into it’s own report – Aptly named “How Much Creatine?”

The RIGHT amount of protein is still a big question mark in many people’s approach to nutrition, and this is my best answer to the question:

How Much Protein should I eat if I want to Build Muscle?

Plus, I’ve included the creatine research because I think it’s an extremely valuable but misunderstood supplement.

And you can get them both here –> THE NEW HOW MUCH PROTEIN