Denver, CO (PRWEB) May 19, 2013
Daily Gossip reporters have subjected Joel Marion and Brett Hall's latest nutritionist guide 17 Cheat Foods That Burn Fat to a close analysis with the intention to present it to its readers.
The review is a detailed explanation of the diet suggested by the two authors followed by the writer's recommendation.
The two nutritionists have discovered during their research that there is one particular hormone that is responsible for the caloric intake and expenditure of our body, that is, the leptin hormone.
The "17 Cheat Foods That Burn Fat" guide reveals that one of the reasons why people find it hard to lose weight is because the leptin levels have been drastically lowered by the low caloric diets that people follow. Moreover, the leptin response, which pushes our body to quickly burn fats, are much slower than they should be because of the unhealthy food habits that people have had for centuries.
The solution that the two authors suggest is to increase the leptin levels by simply introducing a “cheat day” in the weekly regime. During this day, people are allowed to eat their favorite highly caloric products which will activate leptin production. The leptin response, on the other hand, will be increased with the help of one-ingredient products, namely, products that haven't been processed with other ingredients, but on their own.
Repairing leptin levels and response could take a while; therefore, Joel Marion teamed up with dietician Brett Hall to create a 100% natural supplement that improves the effects of the 17 Cheat Foods That Burn Fat. The supplement is made out of five natural herbs, so they won't have any unwanted side effects on people's bodies except for the fact that they would balance hormones and increase energy.
Daily Gossip further revealed that reporters recommended Joel Marion and Brett Hall's guide. The book will provide diet conscious people useful information about the mechanisms of their bodies. The American mag advised readers to consult their personal nutritionists as medical checkups may be required before starting a hormone-based diet.