Burn off stubborn fat with CLA's and CoEnzyme Q10
The old song, “It don’t come easy” can apply to attempts to burn off stubborn body fat. You run, you lift, you watch what you eat, yet some parts of your body persist in hanging onto fat deposits.
CLA has been shown to:
CLAs are good fats that occur naturally in meat and dairy from wild game and grass-fed animals that are given fresh pastures to roam in. Interestingly, when animals are penned in feed lots, even if they are grass-fed, CLA production immediately declines in the animal, as does the production of Omega 3 oils.
In addition to CLA’s fat burning benefit, a Finnish study showed that women who had the highest levels of CLA in their diet had a 60 percent lower risk of breast cancer than those with the lowest levels.
Switching from grain-fed to grass fed meat and dairy products lowers cancer risk and increases metabolic rate due to the CLA’s. This applies to beef, lamb, cheese, milk, and more.
Grass-fed beef looks and taste slightly different—the fat is yellowish, while corn-fed beef fat is white, and the meat is a darker, denser red. Cooking takes about a third to a fourth less time, too.
Coenzyme Q10 was discovered over thirty years ago by Dr. Karl Folkers, a biomedical scientist at the University of Texas in Austin. Folkers discovered that Coenzyme Q10 helps to strengthen the heart muscle and energize the cardiovascular system in many heart patients.
Recently, CoQ10 has been found to be beneficial in treating diabetes (by increasing insulin sensitivity), periodontal disease (by fighting off bacteria that cause the disease), weight loss (essential in the burning of fat), and breast cancer.
Foods that are naturally high in CQ10 are:
If you can’t consume these foods daily, a great way to get your CoQ10 is to use Energy First CoQ10 capsules.
Gerry Morton, CEO of EnergyFirst, has these suggestions for burning body fat with CLA’s and CoQ10:
More tips on how you can shed stubborn fat can be found by visiting Fat Burning Benefits.
Gerry Morton, CEO of EnergyFirst, is an experienced athlete who has competed in 30+ marathons and 4 Ironman triathlons. Gerry is an excellent source of information on nutrition, supplementation and effective exercise. Since 1997, he has been educating and motivating others on how to attain peak performance.