EAST SETAUKET, NY--(Marketwired - Jun 9, 2016) - The body has two forms of fat -- white fat and brown fat. Brown fat burns calories, so the more a person has, the more calories they will burn. The capacity of harnessing one's own brown fat for fat burning is revolutionary! The ability to get lean by producing extra brown fat and enhancing and activating existing brown fat represents a promising way to burn fat. Several landmark discoveries and approaches to this are being explored at major research centers and universities worldwide. Brown fat research is a hot topic today!

The research supporting this fat-burning furnace known as brown fat is causing excitement in the research world, which is why Advanced Research Media has released a new book on this topic: Thermo Heat™ Weight Loss Revolution.

Thermo Heat™ Weight Loss Revolution is a groundbreaking scientific plan based on the research behind brown fat and its role in reducing body fat for a lean physique. The book includes an easy-to-use nutrition, supplementation, diet and exercise program that targets brown fat, along with a 30-day thermogenic, brown-fat-activating meal plan and fat-burning recipes that will support a healthier diet that enhances the capacity to torch body fat.

The comprehensive thermogenic nutrition and meal plan included in Thermo Heat™ Weight Loss Revolution clearly explains the optimal use of macronutrients to further boost the thermogenic loss of unwanted body fat and increase metabolism and energy expenditure. This effective nutritional strategy also describes other thermogenic spicy foods and healthy fats that have the ability to help the body burn fat.

Followers of this scientifically developed program will find that they are able to harness the power of brown fat, maximize their energy expenditure, reach and maintain their ideal weight and achieve reduced body fat while preserving lean body mass and improving overall health and well-being.

Thermo Heat™ Weight Loss Revolution can be purchased on amazon.com.

About the Author
For most of Michael Rudolph's career he has been engaged in the world of exercise as either an athlete (he played college football at Hofstra University), as a personal trainer or as a research scientist. Dr. Rudolph earned his B.Sc. in Exercise Science at Hofstra University and his Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from Stony Brook University. He then did a postdoctoral fellowship in the molecular biology of exercise at Harvard Medical School and at Columbia University. His research was a seminal contribution to understanding the role of AMPK, an important cellular energy sensor. Articles written by Dr. Rudolph have appeared in numerous peer-reviewed publications. Dr. Rudolph is a scientist-researcher at the New York Structural Biology Center doing contract work for the Department of Defense on a project involved national security.

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Elyse Blechman