Intermittent FASTING & FAT LOSS 101: How Fat Loss BEGINS in the Body

Date: 2020-03-10 23:38:11

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Intermittent Fasting & FAT LOSS 101: How Fat Loss BEGINS in the Body

Your body already has the tool to burn fat, you just need to learn how to activate it. You see, within all our bodies, we have an enzyme known as “hormone-sensitive lipase.” This enzyme is THE fat burning enzyme. In other words, activation of this enzyme = fat loss. So let’s dive into the science and see how it works! I’ll see you in the comments.

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