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Q. What is Cortisol?
A.  Cortisol is a steroid hormone produced by the adrenal glands, Its function is to regulate the bodies response to stressful stimulus, breaking down muscle tissue to fuel the body during times of need. Chronic elevated Cortisol levels lead to a host of physical and psychological ailments.

Q. Does Cortisol make you fat?
A. Yes, it can. Cortisol not only causes abdominal fat to accumulate, but it also enlarges individual fat cells, leading to what researchers call "diseased” fat. This excess fat is associated with heart attacks, strokes, the development of metabolic syndrome, higher levels of “bad” cholesterol (LDL) and lower levels of “good” cholesterol (HDL)

Q. Is there a link between Cortisol and appetite?
A. Yes, studies have shown there to be a direct link between elevated Cortisol levels and not only appetite increase but also powerful cravings for sugary and fatty foods.

Q. What does Cortisol have to do with Stress?

A. Cortisol is the bodies response to stress. In a short term situation Cortisol is helpful, but if stress is prolonged the effects of overproduction of Cortisol have negative effects on the body.

Q. Are there natural ways to lower Cortisol levels?
A. Yes, and because Cortisol is directly linked to stress, the best answer lies with stress reduction techniques. Finding ways to manage
or eliminate stress will cause reductions in Cortisol levels. Staying active, proper nutrition, rest and relaxation, meditation and supplementation are all natural ways to decrease Cortisol levels. Cortibol is a 100% natural formula designed to lower Cortisol levels in the bloodstream. Along with proper diet and exercise users of Cortibols potent formula report elevated mood, increased energy and stamina, improved sexual function and reduction in body fat. If you want to get off the stress roller coaster then get a bottle of Cortibol today!  

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