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Bio Lean

Everyone dreams of being slim and trim. Nonetheless, most of the population is not. Recent statistics show that less than a third of the US population is of normal weight. Ironically, 60% of so-called normal weight individuals are classified as obese. But why? A new term has been coined for this group – normal weight obese. This signifies that a person carries a high percentage of intra-abdominal fat. Lean body mass is calculated by adding up the weight of all you carry, except the fat. This percentage should ideally be between 70% to 90% – the higher, the better.

A person can look thin, but they may not be lean. Intra-abdominal fat is a type of fat that wraps around your body and infiltrates your organs. We cannot see the fat cells that cover our heart, liver or our kidneys but it has a dramatic impact on all health conditions. It increases our risk for inflammatory conditions ranging from cancer and diabetes to heart disease. Despite all of the fitness crazes that our culture indulges in, over the last twenty years, obesity has continued to rise.

In the end addressing detoxification plus metabolic regulation and nervous system optimization is the key. Our team can teach you the way to achieve these steps in order to shift your metabolic risk factors and inflammatory markers permanently.The ingredients of the Lean Infusion include normal saline, B12, Inositol, B Complex, Methionine, and Choline. How do they help? Choline helps reduce fat in the liver and improves metabolism. Methionine is an essential amino acid and has proven abilities to regulate metabolism, digestion and immunity. Inositol stabilizes insulin and also provides mental balance. B complex has multiple benefits. It increases energy, cell metabolism, brain function and cell growth. B12 is a very important nutrient for weight loss. It helps fortify your blood cells and nervous system, plus it is responsible for DNA creation and synthesis,


B Complex

B Complex contains 8 vitamins. These utilize fats and protein, and convert carbohydrates into glucose, producing energy.

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