June is National Men’s Health Month, and although the month is ending, we encourage all men (including the men in your life) to care for their bodies by eating right and exercising.
Many health problems can be prevented simply by tweaking our diets and engaging in healthy activities.
We can achieve better metabolic health by simply switching from an unhealthy diet to a healthy diet with Almased.
Almased is a nourishing formula with a superior amino acid profile, abundant peptides, and honey-derived enzymes. Containing absolutely no artificial fillers, preservatives, or stimulants, Almased naturally boosts metabolism, burns fat, and promotes healthy metabolic changes. Here’s how according to evidence-based research:
1. Boosts Metabolism
A recent discovery published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition by Oliveira et al.  showed that Almased improves energy metabolism. Compared to the control group that ate an American Diet, individuals who consumed Almased burned more energy and more fat per day, likely implying body fat loss. Scientists concluded that Almased gives the body a metabolic advantage. Burning the same number of calories as it takes spending 20 minutes on the treadmill every day.
2. Emits Cholesterol-Improving Effects
According to a randomized control trial in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition by Halle et al. , in the group that used Almased in combination with lifestyle education, LDL cholesterol and total cholesterol significantly improved after 12 weeks compared to a control group that was simply lifestyle-educated.
3. Drops Weight Where It Counts
In a published study in the Journal of Nutritional Health and Food Science by Koohkan et al. , participants who either used Almased alone or Almased with physical training lost a significant amount of body weight and body fat after 24 weeks compared to the control group. In fact, research has shown that losing 5-10% of our body weight can produce health benefits.
4. Supports Healthy Blood Sugar Levels
Not surprisingly, Almased has a multitude of effects on health. In the study conducted by Kempf et al. , participants with type 2 diabetes experienced a significant improvement in glucose control. This shows that Almased supports healthy blood sugar levels and can be used by people with type 2 diabetes. Moreover, a study recently published by Röhling et al. in 2020 showed that approximately 50% of individuals with prediabetes who consumed Almased had their blood glucose levels normalized.
5. Supports A Healthy Circulatory System
In the newest study published this year (2022) in Nutrients, Rohling et al.  discovered that after 26 weeks of using Almased, diastolic blood pressure decreased significantly compared to the control group. And after 52 weeks, overall blood pressure dropped thanks to Almased.
Altogether, the positive impacts of Almased can be seen in the five metabolic factors: blood lipid levels, body weight, body fat, blood sugar, and blood pressure. This very well means that Almased can help us and the men in our lives meet optimal targets for metabolic health.
When we use Almased to boost metabolism or lose weight, everything else falls in line. All it takes is commitment.
Give Almased a try!
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