The keto Slim Folio is a new supplement made with the fungus Elmer’s Glue Slime that can treat your kids body’s appetite for carbohydrates.
It’s a natural alternative to high-calorie and high-sugar foods, which can also make them fatter and more susceptible to weight gain.
It contains about 50 grams of the fungus, and it’s available at health food stores and online.
“This is the first keto diet supplement that contains the fungi, which is a very powerful and effective alternative to a high-fat diet,” said Dr. Robert McNeil, a clinical nutritionist at the University of Illinois Medical Center in Chicago.
“In this way, you can get your kids to consume less and lose weight.”
According to Dr. McNeil’s lab, it’s possible to produce a keto-friendly supplement that’s even higher in the fungus than a typical high-carb diet supplement.
And, since it’s made with natural ingredients, it can last a long time.
“The fact that it’s low in fat and has an amino acid profile that is very similar to what you would get in a protein-based supplement, that’s a very attractive feature,” McNeil said.
Dr. McNeils research found that about half of children in the United States have some form of obesity.
But it’s not clear how much of the problem stems from obesity, as much of it can be attributed to a lack of exercise.
“One of the biggest reasons why we’re seeing so many children get overweight is that they’re not exercising,” McNeil said.
“We know that they can get anabolic and metabolic effects from the sugar and carbohydrates that they consume.
They can get insulin spikes that can cause weight gain and diabetes.”
The fungus’s effects on appetite and weight gainThe fungus, called elmer’s glue slime, can help your kids shed excess fat.
And researchers believe it’s able to do this because it can affect the fat burning of other parts of the body.
“It is important to note that it doesn’t actually increase the size of the fat cells in the body, which means that it won’t necessarily increase fat mass in the general population,” said McNeille.
“But it does increase fat metabolism and fat storage.”
This is where the fungus’s powerful ability to change how your body burns fat comes into play.
“Elmer’s Slime is known for being very good at increasing the appetite and the desire to eat, which increases the energy expenditure in your body,” McLeod said.
“It’s also known to be an appetite suppressant and a fat-burner, so it can increase the energy that your body needs to burn fat.”
Dr. Robert’s lab tested the fungus on mice that were fed a high fat diet.
The mice were also given a diet high in carbohydrates and sugar.
The results showed that the mice that received the fungus were able to eat more and burn more fat than the control mice, as well as lose fat.
“That’s the first time that I’ve seen this in any animal model that has been tested on humans, that has actually been able to help them lose fat and gain weight,” McLeary said.
The fungus has also been shown to be able to slow down the process of fat storage in the liver, and this means that the fungus can help you lose fat as well.
“In the liver and in the adipose tissue, you get a lot of the metabolic energy,” McNeal said.
“[The fungus] can help us to burn some of those calories that we otherwise don’t.”
The research also showed that even though the fungus was used in the study, it could still help with some of the effects that McNeill and his colleagues were seeing.
“You know, we were able just by using the fungus to make a small amount of a substance that’s found in a lot and is in a food and not in a substance like cocaine or anything like that, that we were getting a small effect,” McNeill said.
In the next phase of the research, McNeilly hopes to try to figure out how this fungus can make people fat in a controlled, dose-dependent manner.
“Hopefully, we can take a small molecule that’s in a high concentration, which you can make it into a fat molecule that will be able have the same effects as cocaine,” McKenzie said.
He also said that the team plans to try and figure out if there’s a more effective way to produce the fungus in a way that won’t kill your kids.
“I think that’s going to be really interesting to see,” Mcneil said of the next step in his research.
“And I think that if there is a way to make the fungus and get it into the body and get that into the blood stream and not into