If you are a woman, did you know certain types of strict diets and crazy exercise routines can actually accelerate fat storage on your thighs, hips, bum and even the backs of your arms? Not good, hey?

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New insights into metabolism research are revealing that by turning ON or turning OFF a little-known cellular “switch”, you can control  where the fat is going-whether you burn it or store it in those old troublesome spots or effortlessly burn it off.

My colleague and Australian weight loss author Sue Heintze figured out exactly how to turn this cellular switch to your advantage. You can see that right at this link:

Researchers have discovered that women have 9 TIMES more Alpha receptors than Beta receptors in their stubborn lower body fat…

That means for every Beta receptor that’s devoted to releasing unattractive fat from your thighs, there are 9 Alpha receptors doing their best to make sure you store more fat, and that you hold onto already trapped fat…

This can also be true for other body parts like the back of your arms or your belly, yet most women suffer from hard-to-lose butt and thigh fat…

And this is the main reason why stubborn lower body fat has never been your fault…

However, there’s a second reason that no amount of dieting and exercise has ever allowed you to achieve a slim, shapely and smooth bum and legs…

The Second Reason Strict Dieting Hasn’t Shifted the fat

Basically, when you attempt a strict diet, or over-exercise , your Thyroid hormones go down…

You may have heard that these hormones can affect your weight…

But it’s worse than that. Low Thyroid hormones switch on your Alpha receptors, and switch off your Beta receptors…

So all your extreme dieting and exercise has actually increased your body fat in the areas where you wanted to get rid of it !  And made it even harder to slim down your most unattractive trouble spots…

Avoid “pushing” fat onto your thighs & bum!

Find out more HERE

To your success!

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