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Burn Visceral Fat – Here’s How

If you want to live a longer, healthier life style where things like diabetes, cancer, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s are not an option that you ever want to have to experience, then burning off any visceral fat that your body may have already accumulated would be a great way to help ensure good health.

What is Visceral

Visceral fat is known as deep fat. It surrounds your internal organs, slows down your metabolism, and it can impact negatively on your overall health in a big way.

It is much more difficult to get rid of than surface fat (cellulite or belly fat) and it has been linked to faster aging, low energy levels and a big list of other health issues.

How to Get Rid of Unwanted Visceral Fat

There is an enzyme in your body that is called AMPK (adenosine monophosphate-activated protein kinase) that works well together with mitochondria (the power plant inside your cells). This means it plays a big part in your energy levels, metabolism, brain function, as well as fat-burning.

What is AMPK?

AMPK is the master enzyme that controls aging and the metabolism in your body.

AMP-activated protein kinase: the guardian of cardiac energy status

A great way to activate your body’s AMPK is to simply exercise. Your body reacts to exercise by getting your cells to send energy to your muscles, and AMPK is simply the messenger that delivers the request.

However, exercising alone can only activate so much AMPK, and as you age, your body starts to release less and less of this crucial enzyme.

As you age, you may find yourself running lower on energy and accumulating belly fat faster than you ever did before. And you might even feel that you are not nearly as “sharp” as you used to be.

Not to worry. The information I’m about to share with you here on three amazing supplements that can activate the abdominal fat-burning power of AMPK will amaze you, I’m sure. They are as follows:

Berberine – A potent, fast-acting AMPK activator, shown in human studies to help reduce body fat, weight, and waist size.1,2

It is recommended that you NOT take Berberine if you are taking ANY other form of medication… most especially antibiotics. When mixing Berberine with many different types of medications, you would run the risk of potentially serious side effects. Though by itself, Berberine is considered a safe dietary supplement with low toxicity and few side effects.

Too high a dosage of Berberine can cause nausea, diarrhea, stomach cramps and overall mild gastrointestinal discomfort. Some say that 500mgs of Berberine, taken 3 times a day is the recommended dosage. Lower dosages will help prevent upsetting your stomach.

Berberine is found in the roots and stem bark of many plants, including goldenseal, coptis or goldenthread, Oregon grape, barberry, and tree turmeric. Berberine has also been used as a yellow dye.
Source: thesourcenatural.com

Quercetin – A powerful bioflavonoid that is found in many fruits and vegetables, shown to help combat obesity and fat storage.3,4

Some doctors even claim it also helps lower inflammation simply because it acts as an antioxidant.

Natural sources of Quercetin are leafy greens (spinach, beet tops, etc.), tomatoes, berries (yummy dark cherries and blueberries!) and broccoli. Claims are that Quercetin is considered as a plant pigment which is why it is found in dark coloured fruits and vegetables.

To high a dose of Quercetin apparently might cause kidney damage, and some side effects are said to be: nausea, sweating, vomiting, and difficulty breathing.

Quercetin can help stop damaging particles in the body known as free radicals, which negatively impact how cells work — including damaging cell membranes, changing the way DNA works, increasing cell mutations and causing healthy cells to die.
Source: draxe.com

Gynostemma pentaphyllum – Shown in a random, double-blind, placebo-controlled human clinical trial (the golden standard for testing) to dramatically reduce deep fat by activating AMPK.5

Jiaogulan is a Chinese medicinal herb and is a natural source of Gynostemma pentaphyllum which is used as an anti-aging herb. Many of those in the Guizhou Province who drink Jiaogulan tea do reach a very old age, though no scientific proof that drinking the tea equals longevity.

At this point in time, there are few known side effects, though some users claimed nausea and an increase in bowel movements were experienced.

These three ingredients are a powerhouse on their own. Now, if you were to combine all three, can you imagine the powerful metabolism, longevity and deep fat-burning action you could achieve?

You would be able to have enough energy to get through an entire day… even the busiest of days… with plenty of energy left over for all the things you love to do. You would feel a big difference in your weight and your overall appearance too.

Some say they have even felt more mentally alert and sharper after taking these.

All along, you will be reducing that dangerous visceral fat (the deep fat inside that you cannot see) that can take such a toll on your health.

WARNING: Herbs and supplements are not strictly regulated by any governmental agency whatsoever. Therefore there is no guarantee of purity, strength or safety of these products, and their effects could vary. Always read the product labels before you purchase.

If you are presently taking any form of medication, drugs, herbs or supplements, you should ALWAYS talk to your healthcare provider BEFORE taking any of these supplements discussed here. You should always consult with you healthcare provider immediately if you experience ANY side effects.

SOURCES
1 https://fxmed.co.nz/berberine-a-natural-alternative-for-diabetes-treatment/
2 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2410097/
3 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4425148/
4 https://www.researchgate.net/publication/26502595_Quercetin_A_Versatile_Flavonoid
5 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23804546

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Given my passion for genealogy, is it any wonder that I eventually wanted to publish my work? Learning to use a personal computer was a natural step once I was introduced it in the 1990s. Then the internet offered a second means to "publish" and now, here I am with a personal blog.

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