Monday, January 31, 2011

Calcium Pyruvate for Weight Loss

What Is Calcium Pyruvate?

Pyruvate is a substance that naturally occurs in the body. Pyruvate is the foundation of the Krebs Cycle, which is how the body burns sugar and starch. The faster the Krebs Cycle turns, the more energy a person has, and the more calories they burn. And, Pyruvate makes the Krebs Cycle run faster. Thus, Pyruvate plays a crucial role in this conversion of food to energy. With Calcium Pyruvate, calcium is used as the stabilizing agent for Pyruvate -- which is preferable to sodium pyruvate and potassium pyruvate, as discussed below.

Pyruvate is the salt form of pyruvic acid; with Calcium Pyruvate, calcium is used as the stabilizing mineral. Calcium is the best stabilizing agent for Pyruvate, as it attracts the least amount of water, compared to sodium pyruvate and potassium pyruvate. In these other two pyruvate products, more of the product weight is water.

Who Should Consider Calcium Pyruvate?

Because of the role of Pyruvate in the Kreb's Cycle (more information on this is below), Calcium Pyruvate can help people achieve the following goals:
      - Lose weight;
      - Increase the metabolic rate; and
      - Increase energy levels.


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