The Venus Factor Scam Alert?

There are tons and tons of weight loss products out there and a whole lot of them are scams or rip-offs. You know how the old saying goes… if it sounds too good to be true – it usually is.

leptin bounce diagramTrimming down on body fat will require some work and modifications on your part. However, there is a difference between how men lose weight efficiently and how women lose weight efficiently. This has to do with the variations in hormones in our bodies.

This can be influenced by the things we eat, drink, and the supplements we take. A lot of women have heard that leptin resistance can be the greatest cause of why they are having such a hard time getting rid of those extra few pounds. So they start taking hormone drugs, but they are now actually experiencing the opposite effect? Why is this?

We’ve scoured the internet for answers, and we’ve came upon information from someone known as John Barban. His findings are published on this RebelMouse site and calls it “The Venus Factor”. It’s based on the fact that it isn’t about introducing more leptin into the body – it’s about countering leptin resistance as leptin can lead to both weight gain and weight loss. It needs to be “tweaked” if you will in order to get it to optimize your metabolism.

However, the way that this information is marketed makes it look like a scam… but our findings have determined that it is 100% safe and effective.

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Posted in Diseases, Conditions and Treatments, Food and Drink, Health and Fitness | Tagged John Barban, leptin resistance, The Venus Factor | 1 Comment

One Response to The Venus Factor Scam Alert?

  1. Jen says:

    Great info. Thanks for sharing!

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