More on Argentine Beef Liver Powder is the personal account of a grateful customer, Lauren.
Add all the flirtatious comments, date requests, and second glances that I had over a mere 36 years and you will come up with a relatively small number. Add the same items up, but use the last 10 months of my life, and you will have a number that is ten times the previous. WHY? It almost seems like my social appeal has transformed overnight. I haven’t had a face-lift or tummy tuck, I haven’t lost 50 pounds or gone on some new incredible workout program, and I haven’t improved my hygiene or grooming skills. I’ll tell you what I have changed. I have changed my diet.
Before I explain further, I want to stress that I am not claiming a direct causal effect between food and sex appeal. I will say:
- When you feel better about yourself, you face the world with a greater sense of confidence.
- When you know that your body looks good, you carry yourself with a greater sense of pride.
- When your health improves and your energy level is up; your behavior, posture, and conversation become more alive.
Prior to adding Argentine beef liver powder (ABL) to my diet, I was fatigued most of the time. Even if someone would have asked me out, I’m not sure I could have mustered up the energy to be a willing participant. It was all I could do to get through a regular workout and a full days work. In the evening I was so exhausted that I typically fell asleep while staring at the “boob tube.” I might as well have been a shriveled up old lady. ABL drastically increased my energy levels and significantly reduced my recovery time from external stresses. My body began to change too.
I began taking ABL during the summer of 2000 and the energy gains were almost immediate. However, it takes time for the body to shift and change. Over the summer, I didn’t, really notice a muscular difference. Then the cold winter months hit and I covered my body with turtle-necks and sweaters. Then spring of 2001 began to bring in warmer weather and the layers of clothes began to come off. The first time I ran in shorts and a jog bra, I thought I must have toilet paper hanging from my shorts or something. Everyone (or at least it felt like everyone) was staring, turning their heads, pointing and whispering. At the end of the race the questions and complements were endless. What are you doing? You look great! What kind of weight program are you on? How did you get this defined? Your arms, they’re beautiful. One guy even said to me, “You may not have won the race, but you had the best body.”
Bottom line is pretty simple. I endure less than 60 seconds of the challenging taste of ABL and in return I feel great, I rarely fall asleep in front of the TV, I have the energy to go out dancing, I carry myself with confidence, I receive regular compliments and flirtatious comments, I enjoy a more active dating schedule, and I am loving my life! Will all of this happen for you? I have no idea, but I dare you to try.
Let me add one more thought about common sense. ABL will improve your health no matter what, but it cannot completely negate poor food choices and sedentary living. Avoiding sodas, heavily caffeinated foods/beverages, processed flours/sugars, unclean meats, fast foods, and the like, will greatly enhance the benefits you will receive. Muscular definition and strength increases cannot occur without some stimulation of the muscle fiber. Regular exercise is essential to receiving a physiological change from ABL.
Just go for it!
A Note on Argentine Beef
The Argentine beef liver powder comes from fresh, hormone-free Argentine beef liver carefully processed to preserve all the fragile nutritional elements. It contains all the factors occurring in low-heat non-defatted Argentine beef liver. It is pure liver and has nothing added. Argentine cattle live in a state of nirvana. First, their home is the Pampas. A region of Argentina that is fertile in alfalfa, wheat and oat grasses.
All of which affects the taste of the beef. The cattle roam free on the vast, humid grasslands of these lands. Cattle in the Pampas are “stress free.” They are not given any hormones to speed up their growth. The animals live outside and not enclosed in yards. There is one cattle per every acre. This minimizes adrenaline to create sugar and the effect of tougher, red meat muscles.