Hear me out on this… This is a new study that will forever change your idea of how to exercise.
Superman energy now possible thanks to mitochondrial uncoupling
If you want to live decades longer with HUGE BOUNDLESS energy, look at this chart.
This chart shows how MOST men’s metabolism slows down as men get older: It shows how metabolism, called BMR (basal metabolic rate), falls as we age.
BUT… This does NOT have to happen…
Thanks to a breakthrough called mitochondrial uncoupling:
- Lose fat
- You are a lot warmer – the fat melts off and goes up the chimney (you literally exhale your fat as carbon dioxide with every breath you take)
- Increase testosterone to youthful (even teenage) levels NATURALLY
- Works for men who are 40 or 90
Breakthrough lets men who don’t exercise stay extremely healthy
Have you ever tried one of those FitBit devices?
Or maybe something like it that counts your steps and other physical activity?
They’re a lot of fun, and they help people to get more activity through something called a “feedback loop.”
A feedback loop is when you get instant feedback on your behavior and then adjust your behavior accordingly.
If you’ve ever seen one of those instant-read speed signs when you’re driving – you know the kind that shows you how fast you’re going – then you know what I’m talking about.
When they see these speed signs, most people instantly slow down if they are going too fast.
Well, your body also has feedback loops.
If you treat it well it will often reward you with good health and a long life.
If you treat it poorly, then you often end up with costly illnesses.
This (of course) is not a hard and fast rule.
If you get sick, have a genetic malady, or have an accident, you can end up in poor health through no fault of your own.
But… To have the best possible health you can have, it’s important to take care of your body and use the feedback loops it gives you.
Unfortunately, many of the feedback loops in our body take a long time before they really impact our health.
So is not always easy for us to adjustment our behavior until it’s too late.
But scientists are now finding some “quicker acting” feedback loops that we really need to be paying attention to.
One of them is inactivity – and the effect it can have on our bodies is devastating.
If you get sick, you need to get up and moving as quickly as possible.
Most people know that being a couch potato is bad for your health.
The human body needs a certain amount of movement in order to stay healthy.
I’m not saying you have to go work out in a gym or anything like that, but it is important to get movement in where you can.
And one of the most dangerous situations for us as we get older is if we get stuck in a situation where we have a hard time staying active.
With just two weeks of inactivity, you can cause massive and cascading health problems.
“Just two weeks without much activity can have a dramatic impact on health from which it is difficult to recover, according to researchers who studied overweight older adults at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.”
Inactivity causes massive health issues.
How quickly health issues occur after inactivity surprised these researchers.
Almost immediately, the researchers saw reductions in muscle mass and strength, as well as problems with insulin resistance – which sets people up to develop Type 2 diabetes.
“Research has shown that within days of the onset of inactivity, there are notable reductions in skeletal muscle mass and strength – and a rapid onset of insulin resistance, a common feature of Type 2 diabetes.”
But the thing that surprised the researchers the most was how hard it was to recover healthy function after returning to normal activity levels.
“We expected to find that the study participants would become diabetic, but we were surprised to see that they didn’t revert back to their healthier state when they returned to normal activity…”
With nearly 25% of Americans being prediabetic, this is a particularly big threat to people’s health.
“According to the most recent statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 30 million Americans have diabetes and more than 84 million are prediabetic.”
People who are prediabetic are particularly prone to negative feedback loops from inactivity.
So, here’s the deal: Stay as active as possible.
If you end up in a situation where you’re forced to be inactive – because you’re sick, for example – make sure to get active as quickly as possible as you recover.
Inactivity doesn’t just have immediate health consequences…
It also has long-term recovery consequences that can make it harder to regain your health.
How this man reversed his diabetes in three weeks
When men complete our simple Diabetes Reversal Protocol, they can drink Cokes and their blood sugar levels remain at perfectly normal levels.
Your doctor can’t argue with your blood sugar. No more stupid, horrific medication. Hello Life!
And say hello to terrific erections – whoa, your wife is in for a treat!
See this case study:
Failed Recovery of Glycemic Control and Myofibrillar Protein Synthesis With 2 wk of Physical Inactivity in Overweight, Prediabetic Older Adults