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Bio Melt Pro Supplement Review

by faina marco (2021-01-07)

Our bodies have developed the capability of storing extra calories as body fat for later use when resources are scarce. Thousands of years ago, this was an incredibly important function. Primitive man would have been able to tap into stored energy reserves with ease (known as metabolic flexibility). Fortunately, in the modern, western world those scarce times never appear. However, ultra-processed foods and snacking culture have become the norm, and we have become dependant on the sugars in food to fuel us through the day, forgetting about our bodies natural ability to tap into our stored reserves. Every time we have that mid-morning snack we create a blood sugar spike, which causes the hormone insulin to be released. Excess insulin prevents us from being able to tap into our stored fat.

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