Americans Rave About Scientifically Tested And Newly Released Weight Loss System Delivering Trackable Results Within Days.
You’ve tried every diet… you’ve attempted every exercise routine… you’ve ground yourself into the dust with gut-wrenching cardio… and yet the pounds don’t seem to come off or come right back the moment you take a breather. It’s an epidemic in the U.S. and around the world and it affects over 90% of the population.
Using well-established Asian wisdom and the latest medical research into human biology and biochemistry, a Korean doctor and former marine Gunnery Sergeant have created, tested and perfected The Fat Decimator, a remarkable new approach to weight loss that works in harmony with your body’s natural processes. The system dispels the fitness and weight loss myths that have taken root in western culture and continue to drive up the statistics on heart disease, cancer, joint pain, digestive issues, premature aging, low energy and a host of other health problems related to being overweight.
At last, modern science is beginning to test and prove that what most people believe about exercise diet and weight loss is actually counterproductive and even dangerous. In particular, heavy cardiovascular exercise has now been shown to be ineffective as well as dangerous to your health.
Doctor Sam Pak, a specialist on internal medicine and human bio-chemistry as well as being one of the co-founders of Kyle Cooper’s Fat Decimator system, states that the approach works far better even than he expected.
“The biggest problems facing western nations like the U.S., Canada, the UK, Australia and most of Europe, for example, is that there are long-established fitness and weight loss myths that have become prominent in these cultures. For instance, eliminating salt, engaging in long-term heavy cardio exercise, starvation diets, limiting carbohydrates and even certain foods thought to be healthy actually go directly against the body’s own natural metabolic processes, biological cycles and ability to eliminate unsightly fat as well as fight off disease.”
“Let’s examine cardio exercise. Jogging, running, biking and the like done over long periods of time. Hundreds of independent clinical studies have clearly shown that a human being burns an average of 5 calories per minute. Consider that if you jog for an hour, you only burn about 300 to 400 calories. Consider also that a single slice of banana bread contains more than 450 calories. You can see, then that in order to have any real effect, slow and long cardio must be done for hours each day, which is impractical.”