LOS ANGELES — Researchers have announced a radical new technique that not only fights potentially deadly belly fat, but also leads to slimmer waists, and perhaps improved health.
The only catch? The establishment wants to spend 5 years — and $65 million — testing this technology.
But one doctor thinks that the technology is so effective, it is immoral to make people wait.
So he's offering a version of the technique...now.
"The science has already been tested, and it's effective," says Dr. Rand McClain, Chief Medical Officer at Live Cell Research. "I can't make people wait 5 years for something that could be helping them today."
McClain is referring to a new field of health research that is said to activate a "master switch" inside your body's cells.
This switch controls when your cells store fat, and when they convert the fat into energy.
Control the "master switch," the theory goes, and you also control fat.
To researchers, this is far more than just an appearance issue. It could be even more important to Americans who mistakenly believe that small amounts of exercise can radically change their bodies.
According to Dr. Todd Miller, professor in the Department of Exercise Science at George Washington University, "People don't understand that it is very difficult to exercise enough to lose weight. If that is why you are doing it, you are going to fail."
So a way to battle belly fat could be the breakthrough the health community has been waiting for.
McClain feels the technique works best for people over 30, particularly those who may be experiencing excessive fatigue, weaker bodies, and even foggy thinking.
Best of all, McClain recently announced that he is making his method available — and affordable — to virtually all Americans.
With demand already high for his stunning technique, McClain created an online presentation detailing how the health breakthrough works.
You can watch the presentation here
Watch The Video>>
In this video, Rand is telling it like it is...we need more doctors like this!
People should be advised to watch the entire video report before committing to such an unconventional method.
See his presentation here >>