BioBuilde: The Healthy Way to Lose Weight

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BodyHealth, Inc., a cutting edge nutritional supplement company, has just released a new no-carb protein supplement that will help a woman lose the pounds she’s been trying to shed without the negative effects of other diet supplements. An alternative to stimulant-based pills, BioBuilde helps women lose weight and gain muscle while also strengthening bone density and improving the appearance of their hair and nails.

BodyHealth, Inc., a cutting edge nutritional supplement company, has just released a new no-carb protein supplement that will help a woman lose the pounds she’s been trying to shed without the negative effects of other diet supplements. An alternative to stimulant-based pills, BioBuilde helps women lose weight and gain muscle while also strengthening bone density and improving the appearance of their hair and nails.

With the Atkins Diet to South Beach to diet pills and bars, Americans from Jennifer Aniston and Renee Zellweger to the Clintons to the girl next door are spending about $30 billion a year trying to lose weight. Of this $30 billion dollar a year spent to lose weight, $800 million is spent on diet pills.

The way most diet pills work is by suppressing the appetite, and they contain stimulants that may cause harm to heart, raise blood pressure and stress the adrenal glands. Many also contain caffeine or other potentially harmful ingredients.

After 23 years of extensive research, BioBuilde was developed. It supplies the body with a unique proprietary formula of amino acids that provides the body with more absorbable protein and less calories/carbs than any other source.

To understand the full importance of this breakthrough, we need a little protein-chemistry 101. Our bodies are built of proteins, which are what our muscles, bones, hair, skin, hormones, and organs, are made of. You could call them the building blocks of the body.

When one consumes protein from soy, whey, meat, eggs, etc, the current opinion is that one is getting a lot of protein. Actually, the body breaks the protein down into its constituent amino acids and is only able to use only 17-48 percent of these amino acids for protein synthesis (to build muscle, hair nails, etc.) converting the other 52-83 percent into calories for energy. Unburned calories turn into carbs and fat.

Additionally, converting the amino acids into calories for energy releases nitrogen and subsequent toxins into your kidneys, requiring them to filter harder and faster. This increased nitrogen is known as nitrogen waste and is what BioBuilde helps you avoid.

With BioBuilde, 99 percent of the amino acids are used for protein synthesis and only 1 percent is converted to calories -- allowing you to get more protein without the ill effects of the calories or fat. The scientific name for this protein absorption is called Net Nitrogen Utilization or NNU. Select the NNU chart link to see how much of each type of protein is utilized and how much is eliminated in calories and nitrogen waste from the body.

NNU Chart link http://www.bodyhealth.com/html/biobuilde/about_understanding4.asp

So, how can you lose weight safely without stimulants and lots of nitrogen waste? Here is an example in terms of calories that will explain how.

There are 3,600 calories in one pound. To lose weight, one pound per week or 3,600 calories, you either need to cut 3,600 calories from your diet, burn off 3,600 calories or do a combination of both. This is roughly 500 calories per day.

A 12-ounce Rib Eye Steak contains 766 calories, or two 6-ounce chicken breasts contain 644 calories. For many women, these portions would be two meals with a salad or vegetable at each meal. If you replaced the steak or chicken with 10 tablets of BioBuilde, which contain less than four calories, you would save from 4,508 to 5,334 calories per week. You would lose over a pound per week. If you added some exercise to burn more calories, you would easily be losing two pounds per week.

Plus you would not be sacrificing the protein you need to build hair, nails, muscle, bone, hormones and body tissue. You might agree it’s a much healthier way to get your protein.

Oh, and those carbs -- did you know that one gram of carbohydrate equals four calories.

To learn more about BioBuilde and BodyHealth.Com, Inc. visit http://www.BodyHealth.com

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