AXIOM University : Fat That Burns Fat

January 25, 2012

Being over weight by 10,20, or even 30 pounds can have detrimental effects on your body including — INFLAMMATION!!!

Inflammation has been linked to developing chronic diseases in the body. By adopting a sound workout and nutrition routine you can lower inflammation in your body.

Plus by adding Krill Oil (Omega 3 Fish Oil) will help you burn fat and lose weight.


From lowering cholesterol to improved blood sugar control, omega-3 fatty acids may be the MOST important nutrient you need to include in your daily routine.

Now, there may be another feather in omega-3’s proverbial cap.

For people with increased risk factors for developing chronic disease, omega-3 fatty acids may prevent or decrease your risk factors.

Granted, there are factors that you can’t control.

Family history, gender, and age are all risk factors that you are UNABLE to change.

However, conditions like physical activity, diet, and weight loss are risks that you CAN control.

Controlling your weight may significantly decrease your risk for developing chronic diseases.

Being overweight by as little as 10, 20 or even 30 pounds,  may lead to significant metabolic damage to the cells of your body.

And this weight may significantly increase inflammation.

Inflammation may be the start of many chronic diseases.

However, omega-3 fatty acids may be a POWERFUL nutrient to include in your diet.


Give me a minute to explain…

The TRUTH About Omega-3 and Weight Loss  
Being overweight by as little as 10, 20 or even 30 pounds may increase inflammation and lead to significant metabolic changes.

This inflammation may increase your risk for developing chronic diseases, mostly heart disease.

Omega-3 fatty acids have been known to promote better heart health, better blood sugar control, and even FAT LOSS.

Including omega-3 fatty acids and a healthy diet, may promote weight loss and FAT LOSS.

The use of ultra-potent Krill oil may increase your omega-3 fatty acid intake.

And this may increase fat loss and promote a healthier metabolic profile.

Don’t you owe it to yourself and your health?

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