BREAKING NEWS: Leaked research from Russia has revealed a powerful new fat burning “loophole”…

Here is how it works:

When you lose fat, the body excretes it in one of two ways-

1. you poop it out
2. you breathe it out
However, a recent study has shown more than 85% of fat is removed via your breath.

Because you breathe more often than you poop,exhaling fat is the fastest way for you to lose your stubborn fat.

A paramedic has uncovered a Russian method that forces your body to exhale 156 % more stubborn fat…
and it takes just 30 seconds to do daily. Plus, its good for your heart (can prevent heart attack).

Do this “Russian Ritual” to breathe out 156 percent more fat

P.S. President Putin has been using this Russian method for years and is one of the reasons he is in such incredible shape.

Click here to see the method.

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