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On the page titled “4 Things That Could Be Blocking Your Fat Loss“, I discussed how 4 hormones played a significant role on our fat loss efforts. And, moreover, I introduced a weight loss supplement that addressed all four of those issues to help you lose those stubborn pounds and body fat. But would you believe that I almost removed the Weight Loss Formula No. 1 advertisement from my website? Yes, that’s true. Let me explain.
While I was researching the web for additional studies related to adiponectin, I stumbled on to this article titled “Hormone Adiponectin linked to dementia in women: Study“. It discussed a study which found “… that women with high levels of a hormone called adiponectin were at an increased risk of developing dementia.” I continued looking for similar articles, and they pretty much, verbatim, had the same thing listed. Unfortunately, all the articles I read made the conclusion that increased adiponectin levels lead to dementia. Frustrated, I was going to pull off the ad from my website, thinking to myself how I could ethically promote a product that may lead to dementia!
But before I actually took down the ad, I thought I’d contact Dr. Sisskind and get his take on that particular research regarding adiponectin and dementia. To be honest with you, I did not think I was going to get a response from him. And to my surprise, he contacted me within a week, and explained the study as well as the results of the study. He said, “It’s important to note that the findings were correlative and not causative. In other words, just because there may be an association of high adiponectin levels with Alzheimer’s, it does not mean that adiponectin causes Alzheimer’s. For example, the researchers theorize that adiponectin levels may have risen as a protective response to vascular damage or changes in the brain. The researchers point out that the results should be considered exploratory and that further study is needed.”
He went on to say that the “RealDose Weight Loss Formula No. 1 contains ingredients that are clinically proven to raise adiponectin levels. The research done on this ingredient was on human subjects who were obese. In these obese people, adiponectin levels are low to begin with. And while the study subjects did experience an increase in adiponectin levels, their increased levels were still well below the normal range. In other words, even with the elevation in adiponectin, the levels are still below normal and would not be considered elevated by the Tufts study.”
Note, the “Tufts study” was the one which studied the significance of adiponectin levels to dementia as described in the beginning of this post.
After reading Dr. Sisskind’s response, I scoured the web looking for the actual Tufts study and not those written up in journalistic style. Thank goodness I found the write-up of the actual study over here at http://medsciencenet.blogspot.com/p/alzheimer-disease-and-cognitive.html. It’s interesting that what Dr. Sisskind mentioned was much closer to what the researchers concluded as compared to the multitude of articles written on that study. I hate to say it, but some were MDs! And it appeared that they made up their own conclusions. Not one of those articles mentioned about the possibility that the rise in adiponectin levels could be due to the body’s “(protective) response to vascular damage or changes in brain morphology …”
For those articles reviewing the Tufts study to make a quick conclusion that high adiponectin levels cause dementia is, in my humble opinion, irresponsible journalism! I think Dr. Sisskind is a man to be trusted, and that also transfers to the product, Weight Loss Formula No. 1. If you have been a long-time reader of my blog posts, you may have noticed that I do not promote weight loss supplements. In fact, I was turned-off by those acai berry weight loss supplements way back when. Yes, acai berry contains healthy antioxidants, but in the past, it got a bad rap due to a handful of spammy internet marketers selling weight loss products containing acai berry. Bottom line, acai berry does not promote weight loss! But the unsuspecting customers spent a load of money buying such supplements, some even getting trapped into those “auto-ship” programs as their credit cards were being billed monthly. I heard stories of such customers having such a hard time canceling the “auto-ship” of those acai berry weight loss products. So you see my reluctance in promoting weight loss supplements and my disposition to remove the Weight Loss Formula No. 1 ad from my website?
After hearing from Dr. Sisskind, it just confirmed within me that this guy can be trusted, and the weight loss supplement, Weight Loss Formula No. 1, is something you should take a serious look at. Not only did this weight loss supplement go through a double-blind human study, but it contains the actual ingredients and actual dosage used in the study … not a “light” version of it that is less expensive but not effective.
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And when you factor in the unconditional 365-day “You Must Be Thrilled!” money-back guarantee, it becomes almost a no-brainer to try out this weight loss supplement if you have been struggling to lose weight and body fat. We just may have a real and effective weight loss supplement that could enhance your fat loss efforts. Do you think RealDose Weight Loss Formula No. 1 is the real deal?