Saturday, June 15, 2013


The female body chemistry is one important aspect of life that it must be protected by observing and following certain basic rules in life. So listen to the experts.

 You may have heard about BPA – it’s been in the news a lot lately...for all the wrong reasons.

 This particular toxic chemical is found in polycarbonate plastic – the kind of plastic used to make drinking bottles and food storage containers.

So far BPA has been linked to health problems such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and has also been shown to affect reproductive development. But to keep with the theme of fat loss and fat storage, this particular statement released from the Environmental Workout Group pretty much sums it up:

"Even low exposure to BPA can spur both the growth and formation of fat cells."

 And it gets even worse when you heat these plastics in a microwave! Excess BPA exposure has also been shown to increase estrogen in the body, which translates to spot-specific fat storage in your hips, butt, and thighs. 

 And BPA is just one of many chemicals that we're exposed to daily...there are a TON more in many common foods that we regularly eat? Want to know which foods and chemicals to avoid?

Want to know how to structure your diet to specifically combat stubborn female fat and cellulite? It takes a very specific approach (different than a "regular" fat loss diet).

 Fortunately, my good friend and cellulite expert Sue Heintze has packaged together a complete system that directly and specifically combats stubborn female fat and cellulite.

 If you suffer from cellulite and female fat storage in your hips, butt, and thighs, this system will give you specific strategies to tackle those specific issues--much different from your typical weight loss plan

We Talk later.
Enjoy your stay.

Bernard Chikere Gakwe

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