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Drug  Induced Weight  Gain Solutions

If taking an antipsychotic medication click here.

By Jim Harper – Author of How to Get Off Psychoactive Drugs Safely

After a decade and a half of research, finally the full cause of antidepressant weight gain is known and it was only a matter of time for the cause of antipsychotic medication to be understood as well.

With the information at hand, a method to reverse the weight gain has been developed.

Note - This is not a diet program or a weight loss program as you are used to reading about.

This is to get your body to a point where weight loss can now happen with the right food intake as well as exercise.

Most of you have tried all types of diet and some of you are even exercise trainers and you have consistently gained weight no matter the hours of exercise each day.

The medications make 1 gene called the JNK gene become too active and this ultimately causes the weight gain to start and continue. Not only do the medications activate the JNK but also a protein called MAP4K4. This protein resides upstream from the JNK and until this protein is silenced, the JNK will keep becoming over activated and sorry to say, the weight gain will continue.

You can click here for the formulation created to address the JNK gene as well as the MAP4K4.

There is a little added benefit to the formula for weight loss. It includes one supplement also found in the JNK Formula with these results from a recent clinical study:

PANAS - Positive Affect Negative Affect Schedule

A 300% increase in positive feelings compared to placebo regarding positive feelings

Slightly over a 300% improvement with less negative feeling compared to placebo

DASS - Depression, Anxiety and Stress Scale

A 400% improvement of depression compared to placebo for depression

A 250% improvement for anger compared to placebo

A 450% improvement for stress compared to placebo

POMS Results - Change in Mood

A 250% improvement for the feeling of tension compared to placebo

A 300% improvement for fatigue compared to placebo

A 450% improvement for confusion compared to placebo

A 500% improvement for vigor compared to placebo

These improvements were after 4 weeks.

Take a moment and evaluate how you would feel at this very moment.

If you had a 300% increase in a positive mood

If you had a 400% less depression

If you had a 250% reduction of anger

If you had 450% reduction in stress feelings

If you had 250% less tension

If you had 300% less fatigue

If you had 450% less confusion

If you had 500% more vigor

How would you be feeling at this moment in time IF you improved in just 1 of those areas?