Leading physicians are reporting that sugar has addictive properties…

Leading physicians are reporting that sugar has addictive properties similar to many drugs. And, is found to ‘light up’ the brain much like Cocaine… Creating a temporary euphoria, and a desire to want more. ( Dr. Robert Lustig, CBS News’ “60 Minutes“)

It causes a euphoric effect that triggers dopamine, the chemical that controls pleasure in the brain.Lustig says his research proves that the sweet stuff causes heart disease and cancer, as well as Type 2 diabetes and obesity. And its not just the added sweeteners we add to our foods, like table sugar, or the desserts we eat.Sugar is everywhere in foods where we least suspect it, including breads, yogurt, peanut butter and sauces.
Look at the brain scans side-by-side


Howard Flamm ( SlimDown4Life) with Dr. Chanh, at Ideal Protein national conference. 


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Howard has trained with Dr. Tran Tien Chanh, a renown French physician who has written 3 books on the subjects of metabolic science and weight management. Dr. Chanh an M.D. AND Phd. of Nutriton and Sports Medicine, researched and devised this all-natural medical protocol, initially for the French Olympic Athletes. It is now in clinical practice for over 30 years and regarded internationally.

Ideal Protein rated #1 best diet of 2015 by

The 25 Most Popular Diets of 2015: Ideal Protein Tops List While Weight Watchers and Nutrisystem Take a Tumble  2015-best-diets

ideal proteinIt’s time to reveal our annual most popular diets list! We use your searches* to determine which diets, programs, books, and supplements are the most talked about, researched, and used for the year and we have to say, there were a few surprises!

  1. Ideal Protein
  2. Plexus Slim
  3. 17 Day Diet
  4. Omnitrition
  5. Skinny Fiber

Ideal Protein claimed the number one spot this year, jumping from it’s #13 position in 2014.