"I Get Noticed Everywhere I Go"

Dear Health Conscious Reader,

Deep in the jungles of West Africa, there are places where obesity is completely unknown.

The natives just don’t get fat.

A professor doing population studies discovered this curious fact. After watching this group and comparing them to others, he found something unique about their diet:

The locals use a paste derived from the seed of a “bush mango” to thicken their soups.

This professor, an expert in nutritional biochemistry at the university in nearby Cameroon, created an extract of this seed and ran his own tests.

After 10 weeks, the people taking this extract dropped an average of 28 pounds and shed 6 inches around their waist.*

The results were published in a national, peer-reviewed medical journal.1

FOX News picked up the story from Reuters when the study hit the media last year.2

You can use this very same natural extract to start losing unwanted fat.*

When I first read this study, I immediately had the extract shipped to my clinic.

Of course, this was only one study. I needed more evidence. I wanted to see it in action. So I followed up with more research at my own Wellness Research Foundation.

My patients and volunteers were stunned. After four weeks into the program, we started getting remarkable results: Penny McLean, who works in my office, dropped two dress sizes by using this West African extract along with her regular diet and exercise routine.*

Word spread fast, and the other women in my office started taking it. Soon I started hearing things like, “My pants are too big…” and “I got into a pair of jeans I haven’t worn in years…”*

I tried it myself, and it worked. My belly started slimming down. It felt tighter. I simply continued to eat a healthy diet and exercise as I always do. But what a difference!

That’s when I knew we were on to something big.

At the next meeting with my Foundation staff, we sat around the conference table and discussed how to advise our patients about this new breakthrough.

Then I put the question to them:

“How can we make this even better?”

Our senior researcher put his hand on a stack of files and pushed them toward the center of the table.

“Undaria pinnatifida.”

The seaweed extract my colleague was referring to  reduce your appetite.*

It made immediate sense to everyone.

In my opinion, the combination of the two, which I call Primal Lean, may be one of the best fat burner ever.

Here’s how it works…

The first part of my formula is an extract from an all-natural herb that grows deep in the forests of West Africa. And it helps reset your body to the point where you naturally and easily resist putting on new fat – just like you did when you were in college.*

Remember those days? When you could eat and not get fat? There’s a reason why. Your body had the right balance of certain factors that control the size and production of fat cells.*

It’s easy when you’re young. But as you age, things get thrown off balance. Especially when the food you eat is processed and full of additives and chemicals. This interferes with the signals that move between the cells in your body.

That’s why it’s harder to shed weight as you age… even when you try your best to eat right and exercise.

This herb helps improve those signals and helps reset your body’s delicate machinery. When it regains its balance, your body has the ability to better control fat production – just like it did when you were younger.*

Staying lean and trim as you age is not easy. You can eat right and exercise and still end up with a “spare tire” around your belly. It doesn’t seem fair.

But if you know why this is happening, you can do something about it (and get a firm, slim body).*

The West African herb – called irvingia gabonensis – makes it easier.

How does it work?

Your body has a “signal network” that controls your fat cells.

If this communication system breaks down, your fat cells get bigger and bigger… and you get more and more of them.

As you age, that’s exactly what happens.

Fat Signal #1: Using Fat for Energy – Naturally

When things are running smoothly, your fat cells produce leptin. This messenger sends out two signals: One, it tells your brain you’re full. That shuts down your hunger. Two, it tells the fat inside your cells to break down into a kind of fat that can be burned as energy.

When these signals are working, you don’t get hungry as much, and your body can use fat as a source of fuel. That means fat gets burned naturally.

But when too many fat cells build up, a protein called CRP sticks to the leptin and prevents it from delivering its message to your brain. Signal lost.

This is called leptin resistance. The bottom line is you’ll feel hungry, and the fat inside your cells will stay there.

When this happens, it triggers a series of other signal problems.

Fat Signal #2: Controlling Sensitivity to the “Fat Hormone”

Another messenger – adiponectin – controls your sensitivity to insulin. Insulin tells your body how much fat to make. When you have lots of adiponectin, your body responds more favorably to insulin, and your fat production is ideal. Your waist is smaller, and your heart is healthier.

But as you age, your levels of this critical fat signal drop… then you’re more likely to get bigger and fatter.

Fat Signal #3: The Bad Guy… Turning Blood Sugar Into Fat

The 3rd messenger is actually a bad guy you want to get rid of… it’s called glycerol-3-phosphate dehydrogenase. This enzyme turns blood sugar into fat. Not what you want.

The “magic” behind Primal Lean is its ability to help restore your body’s signal network to function optimally. After a few weeks, your body’s response to leptin is working better than before, adiponectin levels rise, and the bad guy – the fat-making enzyme – gets cut off.*

You see, as you age, these signals get thrown off. No matter how much you exercise or how well you eat, you will always be vulnerable to age-related fat gain.

Unless, of course, you have what I consider to be the “secret weapon” that helps restore youthful balance.

In this case, balance means having a communication network that’s firing on all cylinders. When it does, it’s a beautiful thing to see.

Before the study, the group taking the herb in Primal Lean averaged 215 pounds. After the study, they averaged 187 pounds – for a net loss of 28 pounds.*

The control group started at 212 pounds and went to 211 pounds. They lost an average of one pound, which means that almost nothing happened.

But there’s more to this than dropping pounds…*

This bombshell study first appeared in a journal called Lipids in Health and Disease. “Lipids” means “fatty acids,” like cholesterol. The editors of this medical journal were more interested in the remarkable way this extract helps maintain normal blood fat levels.*

Recognize any of these names?

Total cholesterol… HDL… LDL… blood glucose… C-reactive protein…

These are some of the terms you’ll find on your blood tests when you go to a doctor. Like the “fat signals,” this study suggests that this West African extract has the power to maintain health in other parts of your body too.*

Imagine going to the doctor and continuing to see “within normal range” on many of your blood tests. It turns out this extract has a remarkable effect on a range of heart health indicators.*

This kind of extract is called an adaptogen. An adaptogen is a natural substance that helps your body adapt to stress and supports normal bodily processes.* Ginseng is a good example.

But this exciting weight-reduction herb is more powerful. It’s more than just a supplement you take for increased energy. It has very specific talents. It ramps up your body’s ability to drop pounds and has a supportive effect on your blood fats.*

That makes it a monumental find.

If you take this herb by itself, I bet you’ll get great results.*

But There’s a Way to Make It Even Better…

I didn’t just take an herb and put it in a bottle. I made it my own.

I have something better.

Ironically, I found out about this new herb while my staff was working on another ingredient that has the potential to help reduce fat called fucoxanthin (pronounced: foo-coh-ZAN-thin).*

This is a seaweed extract with potential fat-burning machinery.* Fucoxanthin was discovered by Japanese researchers quite by accident.

When a group of Japanese marine biologists fed their study animals with fucoxanthin, something remarkable happened. A microscopic protein – called UCP1 – suddenly became active.

This protein turns up your metabolic furnace and lets your cells use fat for energy – not only during exercise, but while you’re resting.*

This nutritious and very safe seaweed extract actually flips your metabolic switch and “turns on” your body’s fat-burning machinery.

The testing of this ingredient is very promising. Many are animal tests, but there is one very exciting human test too. While the human clinical trial tested a formula with more ingredients than just the fucoxanthin, the study suggests fucoxanthin may help melt fat.*

The Japanese researchers were startled by the results. So they went to work. In a series of experiments, they gave two groups of mice the same diet, but one group supplemented with fucoxanthin.

In the fat tissue of the mice that supplemented with fucoxanthin, the researchers found high levels of the fat-burning protein UCP1. As a result, those mice lost a significant amount of fat. In the control group, there was no difference.3

The same researchers later discovered that fucoxanthin even prevented potential fat cells from “growing up” and becoming mature fat cells in mice.4*

Not only may fucoxanthin help your body use fat you already have… it could help prevent the formation of future fat cells.*

A clinical study shows that a formula with fucoxanthin is effective for people too. The trial was finished last year, and the study has been submitted for publication. From what I’ve seen, it looks impressive.*

In the test group, people taking the formula with fucoxanthin lost an average of 15 pounds in four months. The people in the control group lost just three pounds. Those are good numbers.5*

I’m Very Excited About Primal Lean

Primal Lean has turned my practice upside down. I have trouble keeping it in stock. And when I get a new shipment, it disappears. My patients are snapping it up just in case we run out again.

Just keep in mind… it takes 8 to 10 weeks before you feel the whole effect. Sure, you may feel something before that, especially the calming of your appetite.*

But in the spirit of full disclosure, I want you to understand that it takes weeks to really kick in.

There’s a reason for that…

Primal Lean is a natural supplement that helps to reset and rebalance key systems in your body. It takes time for these changes.*

But like I said, if you look back and consider all the years you’ve been trying diets that didn’t work, exercise plans that didn’t work, and every new idea that came along… 10 weeks feels like nothing!*

I Want You to Feel This for Yourself…

I sent you this special invitation so you could experience first-hand the amazing results Primal Lean can offer* – without risk or regret.

Take my 10-week Primal Lean challenge. If it disappoints you, I’ll pick up the tab. I’ll pay for the whole thing.

Your results are guaranteed.

The look of joy, relief, and satisfaction on the faces of my patients is a powerful motivator.

I want the same for you.

Click here now to accept my invitation.

To Your Good Health,

Al Sears, MD

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

  1. Oben JE, et al. Irvingia gabonensis significantly reduces body weight and improves metabolic parameters in overweight humans. Lipids in Health and Disease. 2009, 8:7
  2. Reuters. Exotic Fruit Extract May Shed Pounds, Lower Cholesterol. March 24, 2009. FOXNews.com
  3. Maeda H, et al. Fucoxanthin shows antiobesity effect through UCP1 expression in white adipose tissues. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 2005 Jul 1;332(2):392-7.
  4. Sugawara T, et al. Antiangiogenic activity of fucoxanthin. J Agric Food Chem. 2006 Dec 27;54(26):9805-10.
  5. Ramazanov, Z. Effect of fucoxanthin on energy expenditure in obese women: a double-blind, randomized and placebo-controlled trial. Submitted for publication 2008.

* Results Not Typical