Belly Stripper® is a revolutionary topical cream designed to drop belly flab and contour your body while you sleep.
When we hit our late 30s, middle 40s, our bodies change. Suddenly pounds mount up and bulges break out. We look in the mirror and wonder what the heck happened.
The truth is, as we age our hormones change, and one result is excess fat around the mid- section – otherwise known as a belly roll, muffin top or for men, a beer belly. Dieting hardly works. Excess abdominal weight affects a large percentage of people, and it increases your risk of various health conditions – especially the visceral fat deep down near the organs.
The bottom line, it is in your best interest to drop belly flab once and for all. Not only is this bad for our self-esteem, but we no longer look or feel as good as we did when we were younger.
Safe and effective, thanks to a proprietary blend of herbs and plants harvested from the land and sea, Belly Stripper® simply works to whittle away your middle while you are sleeping. Belly Stripper® is made in the USA from the finest natural ingredients.
BENEFITS OF BELLY STRIPPER
Belly Stripper works because of its unique biological characteristics:
- Drop belly flab
- Rejuvenate your belly
- Suddenly, your clothes are too big
- It’s like exercise in a jar
- Contour your body while you sleep
- Feel younger, look better
- Be more active with less stress
- Deflate that spare tire
- Effective for men, women and teens
- It’s never too late to start losing
Belly Stripper works in a completely different way than anything available on the market. Simply rub this cream on your belly every night before going to bed. Wake up in the morning and quickly begin to feel better about yourself and your appearance. More importantly your liver will breathe a sigh of relief.
Belly Stripper is a carefully blended mixture of natural and organic ingredients prepared with precise temperature control in small batches to create the ultimate biological solution to resolve ugly fat.
Ingredients: Coconut Oil*, Wildcrafted Beeswax, First Pressed Extra Virgin Oil*, Castor Oil*, Olive Leaf*, Shea Butter Sustainable, Coriander*, Arrowroot*, Sweet Almond Oil*, Cocoa Butter*, Tapioca*, Kelp*, Magnesium, Herbalix® Organic Preservative*, Rosemary Essential Oil*. – ALL ingredients are Synthetic, Chemical and Petroleum Free! *Certified Organic
An understanding of obesity and how it starts! What to look for in literature on obesity!
We are all familiar with dieting and exercise for weight loss, though the number one issue with obesity lies in the liver. It is important to know that aluminum is present is much of what we eat and has no benefit to the human body. As soon as you consume it, the body is trying to eliminate it, though this process is extremely challenging. Sources of aluminum in food include pasta, bread, sugary sodas, donuts, cereal, etc. These aluminum impurities pass through the digestive tract, and begin to congest the liver, ultimately creating inflammation and reducing its ability to process. It will reside in the outer layers of the liver and is thus more assessable topically thru the skin where oral chelation is often less effective. The explanation for this became clear when aluminum scientists researching Alzheimer’s were surprised that aluminum did not first enter the brain but was found to have a higher concentration in the liver. When they added a citrus acid the overall concentration of aluminum increased nine fold over the brain, e.g. having a donut, or cereal in the morning along with orange juice, will increase the absorption of aluminum in the liver. The liver plays a pivotal role in combating obesity. Thus topical absorption of subsurface aluminum salts in the stomach area helps to reduce obesity.
The Molecular Connection Between Aluminum Toxicity, Anemia, Inflammation and Obesity: Therapeutic Cues. Adam Bignucolo, Joseph Lemire, Christopher Auger, Zachary Castonguay,Varun Appanna and Vasu D. Appanna. Laurentian University, Canada
Aluminum-Induced Mitochondrial Disfunction Leads to Lipid Accumulation in Human Hepatocytes: A Link to Obesity. Cellular Physiciology and BioChemistry. Vol. 20:627-638
Vascular Liver Disease and the Liver Sinusoidal Endothelial Cell by Laurie D. DeLeve DOI10.1007/978-1-4419-8327-5_2 2011
Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (2013, December 2). New research shows obesity is inflammatory disease. Science Daily, retrieved December 3, 2013, from http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/12/131202112156.htm#.Up5bDU01Lh4.email
Side Effects – Cautions
Consult with your health care professional if you are pregnant, lactating, or are considering use for young children.
May temporarily cause bad breath (at night). This is a natural bio-feedback loop that indicates it’s working.
In infrequent cases, temporary but mild nausea has developed.