NEW YORK, Nov. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- If there's any subject that's guaranteed to draw a crowd at a lifestyle medicine conference, it's probably an exhibit about a new weight-control compound ... especially if the tagline for that compound reads "Reshape Your Entire Body in 30 Days?" That definitely held true at the Washington D.C. 2013 conference of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine. And while many of the experts in attendance claimed they were skeptical of diet pills in general, and even more skeptical about something claiming to reshape your body in just 30 days, interestingly enough, the samples of this incredible compound were all gone within a matter of hours.
The rush for samples was likely due at least in part to the compelling research that backs the compound (which some are calling a "miracle pill") ... especially because it was published in the highly respected British Journal of Nutrition. It revealed that in a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial, study subjects took the compound along with their main meal of the day. Thirty minutes later, they had a signiﬁcantly lower percentage of blood glucose increment from baseline, a smaller increase in C-peptide and, forty-ﬁve to one hundred twenty minutes after they ate, subjects also experienced a smaller insulin increase compared to placebo. Additionally, with respect to time, researchers observed a significant effect on the hunger hormone ghrelin as well as on satiety and desire to eat. The end result was that the specialized compound was shown to cause a significant reduction in body weight, fat mass, BMI, adipose tissue thickness, and waist/hip/thigh circumference while maintaining lean body mass.
In plain English, that means people who took this incredible compound not only lost weight, but lost a significant amount of squishy, flabby, unattractive body fat from those hard-to-target places we all hate: our hips, thighs, waist and butt. And the best part? The compound did all this on 2,000 to 2,200 calories a day! In other words, without requiring anybody to follow a low-calorie diet or work out for hours every day! Think of it this way ... it's sort of like eating a whole donut, but only absorbing a fraction of the calories. How's that for amazing? (Of course, the compound's distributor doesn't advocate eating a donut as a meal, and this example is used for illustrative purposes only.)