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How to Keep the Weight Off? By Taking Gene-Eden, a New Dietary Supplement Based on Dr. Hanan Polansky’s Discovery of the Cause of Many Diseases

March 23, 2009

ROCHESTER, N.Y., March 23 /PRNewswire/ — You went on a diet. Great. You lost weight. Awesome. But what are your chances of keeping the weight off? What are your chances of avoiding the notorious Yo-Yo diet? The Center for the Biology of Chronic Disease recommends that you turn to your doctor and ask for a referral to a simple blood test that measures the concentration of your IgG antibodies against two prevalent viruses, EBV (Epstein-Barr Virus) and CMV (Cytomegalovirus). Look at the results. The higher the IgG values, the lower are your chances of keeping the weight off for the long run.

Suppose the blood test shows that you have high IgG values; how can you improve your chances of maintaining the lower body weight? By taking Gene-Eden (http://www.gene-eden.com/), a new dietary supplement based on Dr. Hanan Polansky’s discovery that can assist in controlling the level of latent viruses in your body.

What is the relationship between latent viruses and weight gain?

According to Dr. Hanan Polansky’s highly acclaimed scientific discovery published by the Center for the Biology of Chronic Disease (http://www.cbcd.net/book.htm), viral DNA, which lays hidden in adipocytes (fat cells), starves the human DNA in these cells. As a genetic parasite, the latent viral genes use resources they “steal” from the human genes. The “starved” human genes produce an abnormal level of proteins, which leads to diseases, such as obesity, cancer, heart disease, arthritis, and diabetes. This effect of the latent viral DNA on human genes inspired Dr. Hanan Polansky to call the discovery the “starved” gene phenomenon.

The irregular behavior of the human genes in infected adipocytes causes an increase in the number of these cells and an increase in their fat content. Recent independent studies confirmed the link between the presence of certain viruses in these cells and the increase in their numbers and their fat content. These studies also confirmed the general link between viruses and weight gain.

What happens during a diet?

Diets do not destroy adipocytes. They merely empty them. Empty adipocytes send signals to the brain that induce eating, and the emptier the fat depots, the stronger the signals, and the more likely is the experience of the notorious Yo-Yo dieting.

How to keep the weight off?

The easiest way to keep the weight off is to decrease the number of empty adipocytes. How? By taking Gene-Eden, a dietary supplement that can assist in controlling the level of latent viruses in the body, and as a result, the number of empty adipocytes.

For more information on Dr. Hanan Polansky’s discovery, visit http://www.cbcd.net. For more information on Gene-Eden, visit http://www.gene-eden.com.

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The Center for the Biology of Chronic Disease is a non-profit center with a mission to advance the research on the biology of chronic disease, and to advance the discovery of a cure for chronic disease.

    Contact:

    Tal Davidson
    Phone: 585-200-5546
    Email: tdavidson@cbcd.net

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SOURCE Center for the Biology of Chronic Disease


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