Where does weight go when you lose it?

Even if you’re heavier now than you want to be, we’ve all lost a few pounds at one time or another over the years.

But when you do lose weight… have you ever wondered… where did it go?

I know, it sounds a little silly.

It’s not like you look over and there’s a pound of fat sitting beside you on the couch. (Better there than around your middle, but still.)

Really though, where does it go when it goes away?

Do you digest it? Excrete it? Does it flitter away while you’re sleeping?

No friend, nothing gets wasted in your body.

When you rev up your metabolism, and there’s a calorie deficit – you burn more than you put in – your body heats up and burns fat as energy.

Fat is metabolized, creates glucose, and your body runs on it for a time.

What you’re left with are some waste products. One, carbon dioxide, leaves the body through your lungs.

Exhaling fat? Well, sort of, actually.

Metabolizing fat also creates heat, which evaporates. And water, which comes out through your sweat and urine.

And that CO2 goes out into the air to fuel plants. The water, after processing, eventually gets out into the atmosphere too.

So it’s a cyclical energy cycle, in a sense.

If only we could make it happen faster, right?. The plants would be happy. And you’d probably be happy too, with those stubborn pounds gone.

Especially after the age of 50. When that plant fueling fat burning is just plain harder.

That’s why we have Ultimate Metabolism. It’s just the boost you may need to get the process going, when your fat burning furnace is stuck on “lukewarm.”

It’s working already for thousands of people.

Their stories are pretty remarkable. Give them a read for yourself.

And just be happy that their lost weight has made its way into the atmosphere, instead of sitting there for someone to trip over.

Because we’re really have to watch our steps if their stories are any indication.

Check it out.

God Bless,

Jeff Reagan

Editor, Patriot Health Alliance

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