An Easy Remedy For Burning Fat
Fat burners are nothing new to the world; it seems a new brand of fat burner shows up every week with promises of burning fat with a simple pill. What these companies are doing is capitalizing on this generation’s mindset that every problem can be solved with a pill. Now unlike other vitamins and supplements, which can be a total waste of money, fat burners tend to work…if you’re willing to put the work in. But one of the problems with fat burners is that they’re expensive and require you to take nearly half the bottle (exaggerated); these pills are extremely over priced considering they are simply encapsulated hot pepper. So, with that being said, I give you my simple quick, simple and cheap trick to fat burning.
All you need to make this fat burner is: a bowl, honey and ground cayenne pepper. To start, simply pour about a tablespoon of honey into the bowl, add about a tablespoon of cayenne pepper and mix until you get a goop of blood red fat burning goodness and then simply eat the mixture.
Honey is a beautiful carrier for the hot pepper for many reasons. First of all, honey masks nearly all the heat of the hot pepper; if you were to try to eat a tablespoon of cayenne pepper straight up, you would be a coughing mess with a mouth on fire. Second, the simple sugar of honey means it is metabolized extremely fast leaving you with a gut full of cayenne pepper, ready to flow through your blood stream and ignite your fat cells by increasing your resting body temperature during exercise. The amount of sugar in the honey will be negligible to the effects of the pepper, and if you take this concoction before exercise, those sugars will be the first thing your body uses for energy anyway.
Give this a shot, don’t be afraid, I’ve been doing this for a while and I feel it works. Also, if you like honey but hate the burning sensation caused by the capsaicin in the peppers (capsaicin is the chemical compound found in peppers that gives them their heat) well sir, with this method, all you’re gonna taste is honey…now how sweet is that?