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Losing weight, body shaping, and having energy for life, is a losing battle for many people, in spite of eating less fatty foods and exercising regularly.

Often the hidden problem is a genetic one; that is a body metabolism deficient in L-Carnitine – an amino acid type of substance produced naturally by the body, especially the liver, for transporting fatty acids* into the mitochondria of the cells, where they are burnt-up and transformed into energy. (*Fatty acids are contained in dietary fat.)

Linked to this genetic weakness may be another genetic inadequacy, which is - the body’s inability to take in and utilize sufficient oxygen for effective cellular respiration and the generation of cellular energy – in the form of Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP, the energy fuel of the cell).

These genetic weaknesses can make it very difficult for a person to burn excess fat, and so manage weight, body-shape, and have sufficient energy for daily living.

Therefore, assisting the body to optimize all its bodily functions (especially concerning respiration, fat-burning, and energy-production) can be critical for this person.

Cellfood SHAPE is an amazing product that addresses these problems of insufficient cellular respiration, excess fat storage, and lack of energy by increasing the oxygen saturation of the bloodstream, and supplementing the user with:

L-Carnitine in order to facilitate more burning-up of fats in the body, and converting this into energy; and
Garcinia cambogia extract (Citrin K) that inhibits fat storage in the body, enhances the burning of calories, and curbs the appetite. &

L-Carnitine and Garcinia cambogia extract (Citrin K) assist natural “fat-burning” metabolic processes, and are blended with Cellfood® (the leading oxygen mineral supplement), which makes them more bio-available and effective in the body; and also supplies the body with essential metabolic enzymes for further assisting fat-burning processes, as well as cellular respiration.

To further enhance body-shaping processes, Cellfood SHAPE also contains additional chromium and tryptophan.
Chromium - the effect of chromium on insulin, and thus weight-loss, has been widely published. (pp. S80-S86 )
Tryptophan in the form of 5-Hydroxytryptophan – (5-HTP) is a natural-occurring amino acid, and when taken before sleep, decreases absorption of food. “This lowered food intake is due to the effect of 5-HTP on ghrelin, one of three hormonal signals to control hunger or satiation.” (pp.719-733 )

When Cellfood SHAPE is taken before one goes to sleep, it decreases food absorption, and triggers off a futile energy cycle, which is the burning-up of calories while one is inactive and sleeping. In this way, Cellfood SHAPE assists in toning, firming and shaping the body in a safe and natural way, by assisting the body to optimize the functioning of its natural fat-burning metabolic processes.

The ingredients in Cellfood SHAPE come from natural sources, therefore Cellfood SHAPE is a safe and effective product. Its ingredients work remarkably together, assisting the body in:-
decreasing fat storage, by inhibiting synthesis of fatty acids and cholesterol;
decreasing food absorption and curbing the appetite; by regulating the signals that control hunger and satiation; and
transforming fatty acids into energy, by accelerating the transportation of fatty acids into the mitochondria (fat incinerators in the cells); thereby
increasing the body’s metabolic action, by transforming fatty acids into energy; and
improving the cardiovascular system, by: raising HDL cholesterol (protective cholesterol); lowering LDL cholesterol (damaging cholesterol); lowering triglycerides; keeping arteries clear; normalising blood pressure; and improving the heart muscle. The heart gets two-thirds of its energy by burning fat, so the ingredients in Cellfood® SHAPE assist the body by feeding the cardiac engine and strengthening the heart muscle.

  Dr Heidrun Karlic, PhD. & Dr Alfred Lohninger, PhD., “Supplementation of L-Carnitine in Athletes: Does It
     Make Sense?”, Nutrition 20, 2004.
  Rona R. Ramsay & Victor A. Zammit, “Carnitine acyltransferases and their influence on CoA pools in health
     and disease”, Molecular Aspects of Medicine 25, 2004.
  Sunny E. Ohia, et al, “Safety and mechanism of appetite suppression by a novel hydroxycitric acid extract
     (HCA-SX)”, Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry 238, 2002.
  Bernard W. Downs, et al, “Bioefficacy of a novel calcium-potassium salt of (-)-hydroxicitric acid”, Mutation
     Research 579, 2005.
  Dwyer, J.T., Allison, D.B. & Coates, P.M., “Dietary supplements in weight reduction”, Supplement to the
     Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 105, 2005.
  Geary, N., “Endocrine controls of eating: CCK, leptin, and ghrelin”, Physiology and behaviour, 81 (5), 2004.

 

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