For years now, we have been told that sugar is the cause of all our problems.
Things like weight gain.
And several other diseases…
Most health experts put the blame on too much sugar in the diet for every one of these health issues. According to Dr. Steven Gundry, a world-renowned heart surgeon, however, — eliminating sugar isn’t the answer to feeling good again. “About 75% of the food we eat already has sugar added to it,” says Dr. Gundry. “It’s ridiculous to ask people to stop eating sugar.”
Instead, he says he’s discovered a way to fight back against the negative effects too much sugar has on the body – without having to stop actually eating it.
Consistent overconsumption of sugar can cause a harmful condition known as “metabolic slowdown.” Warning signs include unwanted belly fat, “brain fog”, slower metabolism, tiredness, constipation, and even difficulty concentrating.
Metabolic slowdown currently affects tens of millions of Americans. Dr. Gundry explains, “Metabolic slowdown usually develops over a period of several years, and sometimes even decades. However, the damage caused by sugar-laden foods is not normal.”
The good news is, this problem can be easily repaired from the comfort of your own home, applying a method Dr. Gundry has developed himself. “It’s dead easy. His technique is a way to help your body efficiently process the sugar you have eaten, so that it gets used as energy and not stored in your belly as fat,” he says.
By employing this basic process, Dr. Gundry has seen thousands of his patients make swift recoveries. (In fact, using this method, he even lost 70lbs himself!)
People are also reporting dramatically improved digestion, having more energy, and feeling healthier than they have in years.
Now, after years of research, Dr. Gundry has decided to release a free informative video to the public showcasing exactly how his Metabolic Slowdown solution works- without changing your diet, and enjoying the foods you love to eat, guilt-free. “My mission is to help everyday Americans achieve good health,” he explains. “So, if this video can help people achieve that, I’ll be thrilled.”
The video has recently gone viral, first being shared by users on various social media platforms, then being featured on news sites like ABC and CBS.
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