A Q&A session about the calorie-restricting compound everyone will be talking about... Appatonin-CR.
Q. Why is this breakthrough so important?
A. Here are the facts: First, as much as we want to believe we can, we cannot exercise ourselves thin. Second, as much as we hate to hear it, the only way to lose a serious amount of weight is through significant caloric restriction.
Q. So are you telling me the only way to lose weight is by following some diet plan? What’s so revolutionary about that?
A. That’s not what we are talking about here... we are talking about a pill. We all know traditional diet plans don’t work. Close to 95% of the people who engage in traditional diet plans (those complicated plans that tell you what to eat, how much to eat, and when to eat) fail! They either don’t lose any weight at all, or they lose a little weight at first but gain it all back (and then some) in just a matter of months. Parenthetically, if traditional diet plans were effective, we wouldn’t be in the middle of an overweight epidemic in the United States.
Q. Why don’t traditional diet plans work?
A. Most often, a lack of willpower. Let me explain. In order for a weight-loss program to be effective, you have to engage the satiety center of the brain (the portion that dictates hunger), which is controlled by hormones. Unless you turn off your desire to eat, following a traditional diet plan simply takes too much willpower... willpower most of us don’t possess. That’s what makes this breakthrough so revolutionary. It’s called Appatonin, and its key functional compound restricts caloric intake automatically. That means you don’t have to rely on superhuman willpower... you don’t even have to think about it, because the Appatonin compound stimulates the body’s satiety center.
Q. How do you know it “automatically” restricts caloric intake?
A. That’s a great question. In order to test the hypothesis that this compound could reduce caloric intake automatically, researchers took a group of women to an unrestricted, individual, “open-style” buffet, where each subject could eat as much as they desired. One half of the group was given a placebo (an inert substance) and the other was provided with the functional Appatonin compound and told to eat whatever they wanted. Those who took the compound 15 minutes before eating showed a reduction in caloric intake of 20% versus the placebo group. In other words, their caloric intake was automatically restricted simply because they took the Appatonin compound.
Q. Is automatic calorie reduction in one meal really enough to call this a “miracle” weight-loss product?
A. Oh, this wasn’t the only study. In a separate double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial on overweight subjects, over 90% of those who took Appatonin’s key compound lost a substantial amount of weight, even though they were told not to alter their normal eating habits and were NOT provided a calorie-restricted diet plan to follow. But what’s even more compelling is that a group who continued taking this compound for one full year (in an uncontrolled, “real life” setting) experienced NO rebound weight gain. That’s right, no rebound weight gain! These studies are so compelling because they show that relying on willpower and fighting to stick to a prescribed calorie-restricted dietary regimen are no longer an issue. As outrageous as this sounds, the fact is that you can now take the Appatonin compound before meals... and lose weight even without consciously “dieting.”
Q. How does it work?
A. Frankly, the regulation of caloric intake is a complex issue, and we still haven’t figured out the exact mechanism that makes the Appatonin compound so efficacious. In addition to its ability to delay gastric emptying, the evidence points to a probable hunger hormone connection which is tied to the relationship between a quartet of appetite-regulating hormones: CCK, leptin, ghrelin, and insulin. These hormones regulate our caloric need to satisfy hunger, so one theory is that the delayed gastric emptying caused by Appatonin’s key compound somehow stimulates this quartet of appetite-regulating hormones into working together more effectively.
Q. Will it work for everyone?
A. Nothing works for everyone, but it is undeniable that in the published, peer-reviewed clinical trial we discussed earlier, more than 90% of study participants who took the key Appatonin compound successfully lost weight. And, in the long term, “real life,” one-year follow-up, participants kept the weight off and didn’t experience “diet rebound”! While Appatonin is expensive ($135 for a 30-day supply) it is, at least in my opinion, definitely worth a try!