As Obesity Claims 2.8 Million Lives Annually The Blame Game Shifts to a Weak Metabolism

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LeanAndFit Explores Holistic Ways to Counter this Rising Menace

MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Sept. 1, 2021 - PRLog -- As per a survey conducted by the World Health Organization in the year 2016, the total number of obese men and women in the world stood a staggering 650 million. Out of these, 2.8 million deaths were reported globally, caused directly by obesity.

In the United States, Memphis, Tennessee has the highest number of obese adults. Memphis also ranks the highest for the most inactive adults in America. The rise in cardiovascular health costs owing to rising obesity in America is expected to touch US Dollar 580 Billion by the year 2030.

As per a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, obesity rates doubled between 1980 and 2015. This jump is recorded in 70 countries and is increasing annually. A study published in the Cell Reports Journal stated that the human metabolism was to be blamed for this rise in obesity levels.

In the research, it was found that the weakening of Mitochondria in obese men and women was evident. The weakening of mitochondria lead to inflammation, fatty liver, slow metabolism and insulin resistance in both men and women.

Research analysts at LeanAndFit have found that in order to reduce extra body fat, you would first need to re-activate your mitochondria reserves. This can be done by consuming certain specific herbs and plant extracts, such as the ones found in MetaboFix. By consuming a combination of Polyphenol, Metabolic and Digestive Blends, you have the ability to reinstate weakened Mitochondria.

When that happens, you automatically begin to convert extra fat stored in your body into re-usable energy. The instant you exercise or exert yourself by indulging in your daily chores, the energy converted by your cells gets spent. This is how you begin to lose the unwanted pounds in a slow yet steady manner.

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