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Fat Loss – an art or a science!

The terms “feel the burn”, “melting fat”, and “getting shredded” are all creative terms to describe using stored and dietary fat as energy but in fact, fat must be oxidized at a cellular level in the mitochondria by beta-oxidation. The majority of this cellular activity happens in the muscle which supports increasing exercise as a way to significantly use more fat, and the more muscle density means more cells to process fats at one time to energy. Simply, muscle is where fat is utilized but not disposed of.
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Organic Acids Urine Test

The Comprehensive organic acids test gives a greater amount of information on what is going on in the body and is non-invasive on the individual.

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