Sunday, June 10, 2012

A Fat Burning Product That Actually Works?

Clinical Tests Show Prograde Metabolism Helps Users Lose Weight, Body Fat.

North Palm Beach, Fla. – May 31, 2012 – Prograde Metabolism stands apart from most weight loss products in more ways than one.

Although many nutritional supplements can cause adverse effects and significant cardiovascular risks, only a tiny percentage of those on the market today undergo product testing of any sort. Prograde Metabolism, though, has been thoroughly tested by a highly respected research team in one of the largest controlled clinical trials on a weight loss dietary supplement to date – and then was statistically analyzed by an independent third party.

The size, scope and quality of the clinical trial are rare.

So were the test results, which showed that Prograde Metabolism is no ordinary supplement.

Among the most impressive findings were that Prograde Metabolism:

·         caused statistically significant weight loss,
·         loss of body fat,
·         gain in lean mass,
·         decrease in hip girth,
·         decrease in waist girth,
·         increase in overall energy levels, and
·         a greater increase in lean mass-to-fat mass ratio.

In short, subjects taking Prograde Metabolism became leaner, more toned, and better calorie burners.

Equally noteworthy was this: There was no significant difference between Prograde Metabolism and the placebo, in a large sample of men and women, in side effects or adverse events based on comprehensive clinical safety assessments.

"Just because you have clinically proven ingredients in the product, doesn't mean when you combine them the product actually works," explained Jayson Hunter RD, CSCS, Research and Development Director for Prograde Nutrition. "That's not the case here. Prograde Metabolism is a product that actually works," he said.

The testing came at a considerable cost to the makers of Prograde Metabolism. Research was led by Doctors Hector Lopez, M.D., CSCS, FAAPMR, and Tim Ziegenfuss, Ph.D., FISSN, at the prestigious Center for Applied Health Sciences (CAHS), a multi-disciplinary research center that focuses on the impact of dietary supplements, medical foods and pharmaceuticals on health and human performance. The final results of the Prograde Metabolism study will be presented at the International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN) annual conference June 22-23, 2012 in Clearwater, Fla.

"Based on the results of this highly-controlled clinical trial, we have a great degree of confidence that Prograde Metabolism can help consumers amplify the amount of body fat and inches they lose from their diet and exercise routine," said Lopez.

To maximize the scientific validity of the study, it was conducted in accordance with the guidelines of the International Conference on Harmonization of Good Clinical Practice (ICH-GCP). ICH-GCP is an international ethical and scientific quality standard for designing, conducting, recording, and reporting trials that involve human subjects.

While diet and exercise can result in significant fat loss, adding Prograde Metabolism to the mix takes these effects to a much higher level. Those tested developed better “metabolic engines,” meaning the formula enhances calorie burning, boosts metabolism and promotes growth of lean tissue so subjects not only lost weight but looked leaner.

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