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Aerobics is an excellent fat burning exercise, especially when you are fit enough to do a one hour aerobic session. Of course strength training, stretching, relaxing, walking, and general physical activity are equally important.

Aerobic exercise is proven to help curb your appetite. It has been shown to increase BDNF (brain-derived neurotrophic factor) levels, thus improving brain rejuvenation and suppressing appetitie. Plus, aerobic exercise increases the amount of active leptin receptors in your body, helping the key weight loss hormone work better. 

You also move your lymph system significantly while you exercise, which helps your body process toxic sludge. Of course, toxins also come out in your sweat. Thus, not only does aerobic exercise burn calories, it also helps your leptin and detox systems in multiple ways.

As you run, and as leptin is working better in your body, leptin can do a rather miraculous thing. It can turn on a system in your muscles that disposes of calories as heat. This is done by activating something called an uncoupling protein in your muscles. Now, instead of making energy and heat, your muscles can just make heat out of calories, literally throwing the calories away. This is a fantastic fat burning method. You can boost this uncoupling protein response by taking coenzyme Q10 before you exercise. Here are other helpful nutrients supportive of aerobic exercise.*

Pantethine Pantethine

Pantethine is the co-enzyme form of vitamin B5, which helps make the enzyme aldehyde dehydrogenase that clears many aldehyde-based chemicals common in today's pollution (formaldehyde, acetaldehyde). Acetaldehyde is the breakdown product of alcohol as well as the toxin produced by Candida. Pantethine is especially good at clearing brain fog. Because pantethine also provides your liver energy (Acetyl CoA), including energy to help metabolize stuck fatty sludge out of your liver, it can help detoxification and liver function in multiple ways (including Phase 2 acetylation) and works well with Daily Balancer™ for any person wanting more comprehensive liver support - especially during weight loss efforts.*

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Cardio Helper™ Cardio Helper™

Contains high amounts of resveratrol and grape seed extract, two nutrients that assist insulin function while being highly protective to your circulatory system. Along with hawthorn and horse chestnut, this product also provides comprehensive support for your cardiovascular system while at the same time protects and strengthens the heart. Supports healthy fluid balance, especially in legs.*

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Magnesium, Muscle Mag™ Magnesium, Muscle Mag™

A special formulation of magnesium bound to malic acid, with important co-factors. Malic acid is the most important Krebs Cycle nutrient that prevents muscle fatigue. Magnesium enables muscle to relax, so they do not tighten up too much.*

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Q 10, CoQ10 Q 10, CoQ10

Q10 enhances the use of oxygen in energy production within a cell. Muscles have the highest oxygen use of any tissue in the body, thus a lack of Q10 may cause muscle fatigue. Q10 helps activate uncoupling protein for increased fat burning during sustained exercise.*

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Q10, Super CoQ10 Ubiquinol Q10, Super CoQ10 Ubiquinol

The Ubiquinol form of Q10 is an excellent antioxidant nutrient. It supports cellular energy production and cardiovascular health.*

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