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This Hormone Has Been Called The Diet Killer

If you are one of those lucky women who can already eat anything they want, as much as they want, and never gain a single pound, maintain high energy levels and have happy relationships, you probably won’t be interested in what I have to say.

But if you’re like 98% of the female population, we aren’t so lucky.  We have to work hard, indeed struggle, to keep our energy levels high and lose stubborn fat deposits, all while trying to keep a positive self-image. Here’s a fact you probably already know.

It’s not your fault. In fact, it’s completely normal.
But imagine if you could change all that… 

Evolution and genetics has made us that way.  You see, for tens of thousands of years excess fat was a good thing, it kept us warm and enabled us to bear healthy young in a world of hunters and gatherers.

However, we are not living in the past.  In this day and age excess body fat is doing us more harm than good.  Not only is it a confidence killer, but it is stealing our energy, destroying our health and increasing our risk of heart disease, stroke, insulin resistance, diabetes, high blood pressure and cancer, while crippling our quality of life.

…why are some women seemingly blessed with an incredibly high metabolism…?

So why are some women seemingly blessed with an incredibly high metabolism that allows them to eat anything and remain thin without a loss of energy? 

The answer is surprisingly simple..

The answer is surprisingly simple, and the answer will work for you too you even if you have little to no time, terrible genetics, a super slow metabolism, a thyroid condition, or even if you think you have tried everything.

You see, science now knows that our body’s ability to control weight gain is dependent on a single hormone.  This hormone, Leptin, controls 100% of your body’s ability to burn fat.

Leptin, controls 100% of your body’s ability to burn fat.

High levels of leptin speed up your metabolism and signals your body to burn fat.  Low levels of leptin slow down your metabolism and signals your body to store fat.

The good news is women naturally have twice as much leptin in their bodies as men.  The bad news, a woman’s natural state is to be resistant to leptin’s signals to burn fat (remember we are genetically wired to store fat). 

Women Naturally have 2X The Leptin Levels of Men
Women Naturally have 2X The Leptin Levels of Men

Here’s more bad news.  When women diet, their leptin levels decrease rapidly making it extremely difficult to burn fat stores.  Worse, when we fall off that diet those low leptin levels cause us to pile the weight back on rapidly (yo-yo dieting).

Ever wonder why it’s so difficult to lose that baby weight after pregnancy?  We are wired that way.  Nature wants us to keep those fat stores for our babies so leptin levels are kept low after pregnancy.

Ever wonder why it’s so difficult to lose that baby weight after pregnancy?

But what if I told you that we can reset the way our bodies utilize leptin to permanently turn your fat burning switch all the way on and rev up that metabolism to blistering speeds.

It’s not magic, it’s not a miracle.  After all, all those thin women were born with that programming.  It’s just biology.

…we can reset the way our bodies utilize leptin

It’s called The Venus Factor.  It is the first and only weight loss program designed specifically to increase the female metabolism.  This female blueprint will work for you even if you have little to no time, terrible genetics, a super slow metabolism, a thyroid condition, or even if you think you have tried everything.

The Venus Factor

The Venus Factor is a simple, easy to follow, 12 week nutrition plan that shows you what to do step by step to create a new fat burning metabolism.  

You’ll learn what foods damage leptin sensitivity and sabotage other diet plans and you’ll learn the one trick that keeps Leptin levels sky high round the clock, even when you sleep.  

Most importantly, you’ll learn the one vital nutrient necessary for weight loss that almost all women are deficient in.

The Facts

The hormone leptin controls fat storage

Leptin controls 100% of our body’s ability to burn fat.  High levels of leptin speed up our metabolism and signals our body to burn fat. Low levels of leptin slow down our metabolism and signals our body to store fat.

women produce twice as much leptin as men

Women produce twice the levels of Leptin as men.  Unfortunately,  our bodies are programmed to be 3 times less sensitive to Leptin’s fat burning signals, particularly during and after pregnancy.  Fortunately we can ‘reset” our body’s Leptin programming. 

Leptin it responsible for yo-yo dieting

When dieting Leptin levels may drop rapidly slowing our metabolism.   When we stop dieting suddenly, Leptin levels can remain low, continuing to slow our metabolism and causing us to pile weight back on even faster than before dieting.

How Do I know If I'm Leptin Resistant?

An obvious sign of leptin resistance is the cottage cheese looking fat deposits found around your thighs, hips, and butt.  Fortunately this condition is completely reversible by eliminating certain foods that damage Leptin sensitivity.


Research has shown that when women’s calorie intake drops below a certain level, their Leptin levels drop 50% or more in just 7 days.  Your fat burning potential is functioning at half its capacity which is why each pound seems more difficult to lose than the last.


The Venus Factor female blueprint will work for anyone even if they have little to no time, terrible genetics, a super slow metabolism, a thyroid condition, or even if you think you have tried everything.

One Last Important Comment

If you are looking for that magic fat loss diet or the latest gimmick that you already know deep down won’t work.  Then the Venus Factor is not for you.  The Venus Factor is for women who are willing to put away the gimmicks and follow a proven step by step system for life long weightless.   

..It simply works.

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