Adiponectin: The Super Fat Burning Hormone

Steven Sisskind, M.D. October 3, 2011 Articles 2 comments Print This Post Print This Post
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You might have read a bit about adiponectin in my free report, but this was really just the tip of iceberg!

Not only does increasing adiponectin burn fat…

New research also indicates that increasing your levels of adiponectin can suppress type 2 diabetes.

Let’s focus on diabetes. In a recent study, Rob van Dam, PhD, of the Harvard School of Public Health, reported that increasing adiponectin was associated with almost a 30% reduction in the risk of type 2 diabetes.

The association remained consistent across all ethnic groups.

“Currently, adiponectin is among the strongest and most consistent biochemical predictors of type 2 diabetes,” the author concluded.

This is exciting stuff! And this may be just one of the reasons why adiponectin is so effective at preventing weight gain.

It appears that along with telling your body to burn calories instead of saving them as fat…

That it also has a powerful insulin lowering response.

This is why I am so excited about a specific ingredient that we included in our new RealDose Weight Loss Formula No. 1 that is proven to increase adiponectin by 15.3%

And more importantly, this ingredient is now proven to increase fat loss by more than 140%.

This means it more than doubles fat loss results.

Even better, this is just one ingredient in our new formula… the others ingredients are just as impressive.

Together, they are incredibly powerful!

If you are ready to finally lose the weight then MAKE THIS THE DAY! Click the link below and give it a try…

Try RealDose Weight Loss Formula No. 1

You will not be disappointed!

Until next time,

Steven Sisskind, M.D.


Bade - July 19, 2015 Reply

stop eating ftating foods. try a salad, 4,500 calories a day is way too much even for a groing teen try sticking to 2, 000 calories a day and lots of water.

Dr. Steve Sisskind - July 20, 2015 Reply

Hi Bade,

Thank you for writing in!I agree, 4,500 calories is a lot if you are trying to lose weight. Sticking to a reasonable amount of calories based on your body type, weight and lifestyle, should help facilitate weight loss. Hope this helps! Have a healthy day!

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