Barrington, Rhode Island (PRWEB) January 03, 2014
Fat loss is big business. The weight loss industry generated a record $61 Billion in 2012 (according to Marketdata Enterprises, Inc.) and yet Americans are fatter than ever, with over two-thirds of the population – 67%, now being considered overweight.
What’s going on? The Weight Loss industry is lost in the weeds, having become so over-focused on the forest, they’ve missed the proverbial trees. They are focused on workouts, shakes, pills, potions, tricks, gimmicks, fads, anything that can generate a buck, without addressing the root problem. It’s like trying to bale out a sinking ship without fixing the gaping hole in the side.
So what is the problem? And more importantly, what is the solution?
Fat loss, and just as importantly, if not more so, fat gain, starts and ends with the body’s hormones. All that ugly fat, including belly fat, love handles, and fat on the legs, are from imbalances between the body’s fat storing and fat burning hormones.
Everything from the foods eaten, when they’re eaten, and how much are eaten, along with exercise choices, to the amount of sleep and individual gets each night – all these affect the balance between fat-burning and fat-storing hormones.
It all sounds very complicated, especially with all the contradictory information pushed on the consumer by the Weight Loss Industry. A case in point, says Porter, “Carbohydrates can and should be eaten to lose fat.” Why? For 5 main reasons:
- Carbohydrates are actually used for short-burst, intense activity
- The brain functions best on glucose (sugar derived from carbs)
- The thyroid – the gland that controls your metabolic rate – or how many calories burned per day – is dependent upon carbs to function optimally
- The leaner a person is, the more carbs they can eat
- Long periods of time without carbs can lead to muscle wasting, increased cholesterol, hair loss, and even low testosterone levels in men
The most effective fat loss program is one that balances out these hormones through simple, easy, non-complicated diet and exercise.
Porter reveals these tips and more, including the fat burning hormones in a free special downloadable report called, “The Simple Fat Loss Secret That ‘They’ Don’t Want You To Know About.” It can be found at http://simplefatlosssecret.com/blog/free-report/.
Additionally, Porter discusses the five fat burning and fat storing hormones that determine whether an individual loses fat or stores and the one hormone that absolutely must be controlled for optimum fat loss, available at http://simplefatlosssecret.com/blog/free-report/.
About: Simplefatlosssecrets.com is a new website started by Rick Porter, a former Marine and overworked father of two, who’s life was changed when diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes at the tender age of 42. Porter has made it his passion to reverse the effects of this disease and the body fat that goes with it and make this information available to men and women who find themselves in similar situations – sick and tired of being sick and tired who are ready to do make the changes in their lives to get their health and vitality back.