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Insulin resistance is your worst enemy in health, muscle growth, and fat loss. Fight it now with SLINABOLIC

Insulin is the primary hormone responsible for delivering amino acids and glucose into muscle cells, but it’s also the hormone that stimulates de novo lipogenesis (the scientific term for generation of new fat cells).

So how do we harness the actions of insulin to build muscle and shuttle glucose into muscle cells to fuel hard training sessions, but prevent insulin from increasing fat mass? It all boils down to having a high muscle insulin sensitivity.

Muscle Insulin Sensitivity

Muscle insulin sensitivity determines if the nutrients you eat are shuttled into muscle cells or into fat cells.

Let me use some real-world examples to explain. You know your buddy at the gym who can eat whatever he wants and never puts on any body fat? He has a very high muscle insulin sensitivity. His muscles are very sensitive to the hormone insulin so the food he eats is shuttled into muscle cells instead of fat cells.

On the other end of the spectrum, know your buddy at the gym who just looks at a cup of rice and seems to gain 5 pounds? He has very poor muscle insulin sensitivity (also known as being insulin resistant). Since his muscles are not very sensitive to insulin, the food he eats is shuttled into fat cells instead of muscle cells.

Improving Muscle Insulin Sensitivity

As you can see, high muscle insulin sensitivity is very important for achieving your muscle building and fat loss goals.

There are a couple really easy things that you can do to increase muscle insulin sensitivity.

  1. Get more sleep – Poor sleep is directly associated with reduced insulin sensitivity. For example, one study found that getting just four hours of sleep in one-night, compared to getting eight hours, significantly reduced insulin sensitivity and the ability to regulate bloodsugar [1].
  2. Omega 3 supplements – The omega 3 essential fatty acids EPA and DHA have been clinically shown to increase muscle insulin sensitivity and improve blood sugar management [2].
  3. Nutrient partitioning supplements like SLINABOLIC  – SLINABOLIC  is a dietary supplement designed to increase muscle insulin sensitivity, improve blood sugar, build muscle, and decrease body fat.

SLINABOLIC 

SLINABOLIC  contains multiple science backed ingredients like Bitter Melon (Momordica Charantia Linn), Berberine HCL, Cinnamon, Alpha lipoic acid, Fenugreek, Kaempferol, Myricetin, Banaba Leaf (Lagerstroemia Speciosa), Irvingia gabonesis, Fucoxanthin, and Chromium. These ingredients have been scientifically proven to increase muscle insulin sensitivity, improve performance, increase muscle size and decrease body fat.

SLINABOLIC  is such a popular supplement because of its versatility. On a bulk it prevents fat gain and helps harness the anabolic effects of insulin for muscle growth. On a cut it increases fat loss and helps keep muscles full while on a low carb diet.

SLINABOLIC contains no hormones or stimulants so it’s safe to use year-round. There is no need to cycle off the product.

SLINABOLIC vs. Competitors

Many of the ingredients in popular health and fitness supplements have never been scientifically proven to do much of anything. Even worse, most supplement companies skimp and use small and ineffective doses.

  • Every Wicked Nutr product contains research backed ingredients at full clinical and real-world dosages.
  • No Proprietary Blends
    Every Enhanced Labs product contains research backed ingredients at full clinical and real-world dosages.
  • No Artificial Junk
    There’s strong evidence that regularly consuming artificial sweeteners, food dyes, and other artificial chemicals commonly found in supplements can be harmful to your health.
  • No Crooked Marketing
    Most supplements can’t deliver even one-tenth of the overblown, scientifically false promises made on their product labels.