Specialists to the University of Texas has developed an effective scheme for getting rid of excess weight.
The method provides that the person loses weight by doing nothing for two days. About it reports the edition Molecular Metabolism, reports replyua.net.
Scientists have studied the neural network of the brain involved in during physical activity. Then there was the experiment with laboratory rodents. The results showed that the effect of the exercise lasts for another 48 hours.
So, all just one hour the mouse was performed on a makeshift treadmill, improves metabolism, reduces appetite and blood sugar levels. As a result, committing one-hour jog on the treadmill on Friday, people will gradually lose weight over the next weekend, at the same time, nothing doing.
For best results, training must be repeated once in three days. The effect is achieved through the specific work of neural connections.
We will remind, earlier it was reported that the couple dropped 88 kg and he married a second time: all for a beautiful wedding photo. William and Janice Robertson are married for more than ten years. Hard to find a more harmonious pair, but unfortunately, the problems the couple is also one to two. Since they met they were both suffering from excessive weight, but the real “kick” for them to become wedding photo. After Janice and William saw himself from the outside in the lens of the photographer, they decided to radically change his life.
As reported by the portal “Znayu” known TV presenter revealed the magical secret of weight loss: no diet and exercise. Leading beauty-headings of the draft of the New channel “the Inspector General with Tishchenko” told how she managed to lose weight without exhausting diets and trainings.
Also “Znayu” wrote that scientists in one step to create a pill that let you eat whatever you want. Professor Damien Keating (Damien Keating) from Flinders University believes that his scientific discovery brings a cure that will allow you to enjoy food without fear to earn calories.
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