http://mejorahoy.info/_eng/beta-switch-program-review What Is The Beta Switch? Here's my Beta Switch Review. The very little info that I found on the internet about The Beta Switch, got me intrigued so I contacted the creator of the program Sue Heintze, and asked her to please send me a copy for a review.
My Honest Beta Switch Review
Since 2003 as a Body Transformation Specialist, Sue and her dedicated team have been helping thousands of others to achieve health, fitness, beautiful bodies and better life through nutrition and fitness. As if today, they have coached 30 winners and 4 Grand Champions of Australia’s national body transformation competition. She has been a contributor to many publications such as Shape Magazine, Women’s Health and Fitness Magazine and Australia’s Women’s Weekly. She has also competed in natural figure competitions at State and National Level.
So, what is Beta Switch?
There are two types of adrenoreceptors in your fat cells that either speed up your fat loss, or completely stop it. These are beta and alpha. These adrenoreceptors control fat cell metabolism and blood flow into and out of the fat cell. Type that speeds up fat loss is called beta-receptors, as Sue puts it: Think beta for your Bodacious Bod! The type that slows or completely stops fat loss is called alpha-receptors. When they are active you will store more fat.
What keeps your Beta Switch On:
Healthy thyroid hormone levels ( hormone that drives your metabolism )
Healthy leptin levels ( the hormone that tells your brain to shut off your appetite )
Avoidance of insulin spikes ( hormone that manages sugar levels )
Healthy levels of estrogen ( a natural female hormone )
The program comes with:
Beta Switch Main Manual
Beta Switch Quick Start Guide
Beta Switch Supplement Guide
Beta Switch Success Tracker
Beta Switch Training Tracker
Beta Switch Program Check List
Beta Switch Workout System
Beta Switch Exercise Execution
Beta Switch Exercise Workout Sheets
Read more at http://www.lovingfit.com/fitness/what-is-the-beta-switch
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