Do You Need to Lose Weight? Signs That You May


Each day in the United States, million of Americans say to themselves “I need to lose weight.” Are you one of those individuals? While many of the individuals who tell themselves that they need to lose weight do need to lose weight, not all do.

So, the question that many ask themselves is “do I really need to lose weight?”

Or “do I need to first cut calories” which is one of the worst myths we hear when someone wants to drop weight.

Your body is an intelligent system and there is no need to try to force it rather than to get it to cooperate.

If that is a question that you have asked yourself before, you will want to continue reading on.

What you need to know ….

  1. Belly Fat , Body fat and BMI

One of the many signs that you may need to lose weight is if you have excess belly fat. Belly fat is a key indicator of heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, cancer and mortality.

Most doctors use your body mass index (BMI) to determine if you’re underweight, normal, overweight or obese. The BMI is a chart that measures your height, weight, and age and shows you a standardized percentage of body fat.

But the BMI is measuring the wrong thing. It measures muscle and fat. This can mislead you and make you think you’re obese.

A reliable way to find out if you’re at a natural weight is to measure body composition. This test compares the amount of fat to muscle, water, and bones for accurate results.

The BMI also makes underweight mistakes.  You can do this at home on your own using a caliper which is accurate, easy, and fast .


2. Air pollution can lead to weight gain.

A researcher from Duke University placed two groups of rats in separate chambers.

One group was exposed to Beijing’s super toxic air. That city has some of the worst air pollution in the world. The second group breathed filtered air.

The two groups ate exactly the same diet.

After 19 days, the rats exposed to the air pollution were 18% fatter.

Their LDL levels were 50% higher and their triglycerides were 46% higher. This indicates high levels of fat in their blood. To make matters worse, their lungs were 25% heavier and their livers weighed 16% more — a clear sign of inflammation.2

There is also a link between air pollutants and obesity.

An Ohio State researcher exposed groups of mice to different kinds of city conditions. These included smoke, smog, car fumes and more.

After 10 weeks, all the mice had a dramatic increase in belly fat. Belly fat is a key indicator of heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, cancer and mortality.3

A Swedish study measuring human fat mass found that people with the most pollutants in their blood were 10.6 pounds fatter than those with less pollution in their blood.4

Obesity linked to air pollution is a 21st century problem. Our ancestors certainly didn’t worry about poisonous air.

Today, 160 million Americans live in areas with dangerous levels of air pollution.5

So imagine watching yourself in the mirror… every week you get slimmer and slimmer. Your belly starts to shrink and get firmer.

You can safely and effectively reduce your appetite, while at the same time restore your body’s “fat signals” to a more youthful level.

When you take Ultra Primal Lean  you lose the bulk of your appetite and your body gears down to make less – and store less – fat. It happens naturally and the formula is safe.

Ultra Primal Lean works 5 ways to help you get thin and stay thin:

  • Helps Re-ignite and support your metabolism so you burn up calories.
  • Resets your body’s communication networks, so fats are dealt with more efficiently.
  • Calms your appetite so you don’t feel as hungry during the day.
  • Reduces your cravings so you cheat less between meals

Ultra Primal Lean  works best when you keep taking it for 10 weeks or so… That gives your body time to reset and normalize.


1. Qinghua S. “Ambient air pollution exaggerates adipose inflammation and insulin resistance in a mouse model of diet-induced obesity.” Circulation. 2009 Feb 3; 119(4).

2. Wei Y et al. “Chronic exposure to air pollution particles increases the risk of obesity and metabolic syndrome: findings from a natural experiment in Beijing.” FASEB. 2016. DOI: 10.1096/fj.201500142
3. Qinghua S. “Ambient air pollution exaggerates adipose inflammation and insulin resistance in a mouse model of diet-induced obesity.” Circulation. 2009 Feb 3; 119(4).
4. Ronn M., et. al. “Circulating levels of persistent organic pollutants associate in divergent ways to fat mass measured by DXA in humans.” Chemosphere. 2011.
5. “State of the air.” American Lung Association. 2015.




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