Sidestep This Invisible Menace That’s Making Us Fat

Conventional “diet wisdom” has been bad enough. But now there’s a new category of chemicals that’s building even fatter thighs, butts, and bellies.
I call them “obesogens.”
These invisible toxins are getting into your food and making you fat. And unless you take action, it won’t just tip the scales. You could wind up sick and diseased, too.
I’m talking about endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) in your food and water.
These chemicals, which have a structure that closely resembles the hormone estrogen, go from your food into your bloodstream, where they send out the “fat command” to the cells in your body.
The bad news is that your body can’t tell the difference between these estrogen mimics and the real thing. As far as your body is concerned, these chemicals that look like estrogen are estrogen.
And whether you’re a man or a woman, too much estrogen makes you fat, slow, tired, and diseased…

"I Get Noticed Everywhere I Go"

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