Freezing Your Vagus Nerve Causes Weight Loss

VagusNerveThe vagus nerve may be one of the most influential yet under appreciated parts of the human body. It is a force when it comes to inflammation in the body. It’s arguably the root of all evil chronic conditions like heart disease, obesity, and diabetes. Which is a suitable parlay into the finding that freezing the vagus nerve may result in weight loss.

The reason the findings are still unsubstantiated is that the initial study was too small to paint a broad stroke. The study involved 10 people who had parts of their vagus nerve frozen. Yes, it was a sophisticated procedure and it resulted in a 100% reduction in appetite and weight loss in participants. After 90-days, participants saw at least a 3.6% loss in body weight. Some people lost as much as 13.9% of their body weight.

But what about side effects, you ask. Other than decreased appetite and weight loss, there were no adverse effects to report. Truly the vagus nerve is a wonderful, secret pathway to bliss. When inflammation builds-up in the body, nothing good happens. Checkout the video and see if you agree.

Until you see vagal nerve freezing offered in your area, take steps to improve the tone in your vagus nerve. It starts by taking deep breaths from the diaphragm, humming your favorite song, wash your face with cold water, and meditate on loving kindness. Peace starts within.

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