Most Americans believe that diets are the key to losing weight. Exercising, cutting off junk food and sweets, drinking plenty of water, sleeping more are IN VAIN if you consume this.

Every diet contains this on purpose, and people are led to believe the reason why they struggle with belly fat is genetics, older age or weak immunity.

See for yourself here.

And there’s evidence showing that this so-called nutrient is now found in some of the foods Americans consume every day.

This discovery is a breakthrough in nutrition, the reason why our country has the highest obesity rate is because of it.

More than that, just by cutting it off, the metabolism recovers all by itself and extra pounds the body doesn’t need drop off.

And the thing is the body needs only 1 inch of fat to cover bones and muscles.

It’s controversial and it’s all documented here.

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