Royal Palm Beach, FL, May 24, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Millions of people have recently embraced the “Paleo Lifestyle” and follow a Paleo diet program. This nutritional plan goes back to foods our ancestors ate during their hunter-gatherer period. The Paleo diet signals the body to burn off fat and naturally grow leaner.
For over 20 years, anti-aging specialist and paleo lifestyle pioneer, Dr. Al Sears, M.D., advocated this way of eating to his patients and readers. The low-carb, high protein Paleo diet helps a person reprogram their fat burning signals to burn fat for energy and eliminate the excess. Strictly following a Paleo diet; however, can be difficult because it virtually eliminates carbs.
To make Paleo easy, Dr. Sears recently launched, Ultra Primal Lean, his “Paleo Pill.” This is a time-release nutritional supplement that features five different nutrients. The formula includes ingredients that block carbs, burn fat, boost metabolism, regulate insulin, control appetite, curb cravings and improve mood.
The purpose of the Paleo Pill is to help a person reboot their metabolism, insulin, and fat burning signals to replicate our Paleo ancestors. This is a balanced system that naturally melts away fat and helps build lean muscle mass.
“I am delighted that the Paleo lifestyle is becoming popular. I have been advocating a Paleo–Primal Diet to my patients and readers for over 20 years. This is the low-carb, high protein diet that our genetic code is programmed for. When you stay true to your natural traditional foods, weight loss is effortless,” Dr. Sears said.
He explained, “Our ancestors had lean, strong bodies. There was no obesity or diabetes back then. These problems only appeared after we started following an agrarian, high-carb, grain based diet. I designed Ultra Primal Lean to help your body reboot itself so it burns burn fats for energy and gets rid of the excess just like our Paleo ancestors did.”
Dr. Sears’ time-release supplement, Ultra Primal Lean, first releases white bean extract to block carbs before they can be broken down and stored as fats. This is the same type of white bean found in the soup, pasta fagioli, that the Italians often eat before meals. It lets Italians eat their high-starch favorites like pizza, pasta, and pastry... and still have the lowest rates of weight gain and obesity in the world.
“Timing is everything. Ultra Primal Lean releases the carb blocker first because carbs start breaking down into sugars while you are chewing them. Then the Irvingia gabonensis, garcinia cambogia, fucoxanthin, and chromium go to work. They help burn fat, boost metabolism, regulate insulin, control appetite and help your body reset to a Paleo fat burning metabolism.” Dr. Sears said. “I hope this can be a good solution for people who want to get lean and stay lean without fad diets or dangerous cardio workouts.”
For more information about Dr. Al Sears, M.D. or Ultra Primal Lean please call: 1-888-795-4005 or visit: http://primalforce.net/catalog/products/Ultra_primal_lean.html
About Al Sears, MD
Dr. Al Sears, M.D. currently owns and operates the Dr. Sears’ Center for Health and Wellness in Royal Palm Beach, Florida. It’s a successful integrative medicine and anti-aging clinic with over 25,000 patients.
His cutting-edge therapies and reputation for solving some of the most difficult-to-diagnose cases attract patients from around the world. Dr. Sears was one of the first to be *board-certified in anti-aging medicine.
As a pioneer in this new field of medicine and in the paleo lifestyle, he is an avid researcher, published author, and enthusiastic lecturer. He is the first doctor licensed in the U.S. to administer TA-65, the most important breakthrough in anti-aging medicine today. Dr. Sears currently writes and publishes several monthly newsletters, including the monthly e-Newsletter, Confidential Cures, and daily email broadcasts, Doctor’s House Call and Ageless Beauty Secrets.
He also contributes to a host of other publications in the field, and has appeared on over 50 national radio programs, ABC News, CNN, and ESPN. Follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/dralsears.