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Burning Up Those Stubborn Calories

Microphone and computer; burning up those stubborn calories.

Losing weight is one of the most common resolutions people make at the beginning of each year, but this is often easier said than done. We often get questions about why some people struggle to lose weight when they are eating healthy and exercising. There are actually many things that can contribute to slow weight loss, even when you are burning up those stubborn calories each day. In this week’s episode, we discuss some things that can make losing weight more difficult, and what you can do about them.

Some things that could be hindering weight loss include:

  • High Insulin and/or Insulin Resistance
  • Cortisol Imbalance
  • Low Adiponectin
  • High Estrogen

Products Mentioned in Today’s Show

Amino Complete – Amino Complete supports GI health, the repair and rebuild of healthy muscle and connective tissue, and provides essential nutrients for healthy hair, skin, and nails.

Omega Supreme Liquid – Omega Supreme Liquid provides concentrated triglyceride-form omega-3 EPA, and DHA derived from fish oil. Omega-3 fatty acids are often called “good fats” due to the numerous roles they play in supporting health, including supporting a balanced inflammatory response, assisting triglyceride metabolism, and supporting heart, joint, skin, brain, and nerve function.

Turmeric Complex – The herbal extracts in Turmeric Complex contain multiple, beneficial compounds with documented ability to help modulate COX enzymes, scavenge free radicals, and promote physiological balance in susceptible tissues in a safe and harmonious fashion. Meriva®brand turmeric, a key ingredient in Turmeric Complex, combines turmeric extract with phosphatidylcholine forming a bioavailable turmeric phytosome complex that is significantly better absorbed than regular turmeric extracts.

You can also listen to Burning Up Sweet Calories on our YouTube channel here.

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