Are you Chromium Deficient? Sweet tooth, obesity, weight gain, body fat, insulin, metabolism

Publish Date: 10-29-2019 15:00:13 | Contact name: Eddi Rae Melton | Location: United States | 362 times displayed | Comments |

Quote of the day: "When you have an active sweet tooth, what your body really wants is the mineral chromium." Dr. Kevin Passero

Chromium has been associated with a reduction in the risk for obesity, less weight gain, and it may positively affect food intake.

Studies have been found that higher Chromium intake is associated with a reduction in adipose tissue (fat accumulation on the body) and better controlled eating.

Required in trace amounts by our bodies, Chromium is known to enhance the action of insulin, a hormone critical to the metabolism and storage of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins in the body.

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