Ancient Chinese Secret MELTS Fat
It’s no secret that most Americans are overweight.
Two-thirds of us are carrying around extra pounds… and they are making us sick.
That extra cushion around your belly can send your risk of risk of type 2 diabetes, heart disease and even cancer through the roof.
But no matter how many calories your count or extra steps you get in… the scale just doesn’t budge.
Well, that’s all about to change.
Researchers have discovered the ancient Chinese secret to MELTING fat and RESTORING your health.
And it doesn’t require any diet or lifestyle changes.
Burdock root has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine as a blood purifier, diuretic, and anti-inflammatory agent for centuries.
Now, it looks like it could be the key to shedding those extra pounds, too.
You see, burdock root is high in a soluble fiber called inulin that helps reduce your appetite by making you feel fuller, faster.
In one clinical study, overweight and obese participants were either given 21g of inulin extracted from burdock root a day for 12 weeks or a placebo.
At the end, the inulin group experienced significant weight loss!
And the placebo group? They actually gained weight during the study.
But the amazing therapeutic properties of burdock root don’t stop there.
Burdock root has been shown to suppress the breakdown and storage of fat.
In fact, research has found that burdock root can help reduce deposits of fat in the liver, making it potentially useful in easing non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, or NAFLD.
But that’s not all…
Because it decreases deposits of fat in the liver caused by alcohol or improper diet, burdock root can help reduce insulin resistance and combat type 2 diabetes.
In another trial, pre-diabetic participants who took inulin for 18 weeks lost a substantial 7.6 percent of their body weight.
This means burdock root can help you lose weight… fight NAFLD… and STOP type 2 diabetes!
Experts report that burdock root works because of its powerful prebiotic anti-inflammatory properties.
This incredible root can be enjoyed as a vegetable or in supplement form.
Experts recommend one or two grams of powdered root, three times a day.
Fighting For Your Health,
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health