Belly Fat Reducing Puree (BFR): Efficacy of Its Tonic Effect

Marydel Trespuentes Sayson

Abstract


This is a descriptive study of which both developmental and experimental approaches were employed to explore and examine the efficacy extent of the tonic effect of the Belly Fat Reducing (BFR) Puree in decreasing participants’ abdominal fats. A pre- and post-measurement record of the health parameters of the 15 volunteered participants were collated and analyzed using appropriate statistical tools. In a .05 margin of errors results of the t-test disclosed that an intake of 1 tablespoon; twice a day preferably before breakfast and dinner; straight in a row for a 15- day regimen is found out that the BFR Puree works efficiently in cutting the unwanted bulges of fats in the belly with no adverse clinical sign consequences even in an eat all you can and no strenuous exercise situation. The participants’ health markers on waist-hip measurement vastly decreased with a remarkable weight loss and two participants even reducing in half of their blood glucose levels from being in the diabetic range.


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