St. Louis, Missouri
When it comes to eating healthy, a great deal of information has been disseminated to the public over
the past few decades. Certain foods such as eggs have been touted as wonder foods, then denounced as
being high in cholesterol and then received a reprieve and are again in favor.
Among all of the fruits, vegetables, supplements, meats, and more, there has been one food, or more
accurately, food additive, that’s steadily been shunned by the so-called “health and fitness” community.
That ingredient is salt.
“I used to believe that salt was the devil too,” States Kyle Cooper, a former marine and personal trainer,
“Until I ran into a Korean medical student in Afghanistan. The knowledge and research he showed me
turned my world on its ear and opened up a whole new way of looking at health, fitness, and
weight loss for me.”
Many diets and fitness programs state that you should limit or even cut out your salt intake. It turns
out, however, that not only is salt critical to every one of your body’s biological functions, it’s also vital
to your digestion.
Salt is used by your body to balance the PH levels in your stomach acid. Keeping these levels at peak
performance allows your stomach to break down food more efficiently. When your stomach does its
job correctly, more nutrients will absorb the lower digestive tract.
“This bit of ancient Asian wisdom was clearly backed by hard science,” Cooper continues, “and I tried it
out for myself. When I re-introduced salt into the diets of the men and women I was training overseas,
the results were amazing. Of course, there’s more to my training program than salt… yet this simple
change alone had a dramatic effect on their energy levels as well as their ability to drop pounds faster.”
A former marine Gunnery Sergeant, David Cooper, was responsible for training men and women for over a
decade. When he teamed up with Korean medical students and now Doctor Sam Pak, David was
introduced to a revolutionary way of helping others lose weight and improve their health and fitness.
He created a program called the Morning Fat Melter which has helped tens of thousands of people
all over the world to achieve the results that no other program has delivered.
“It’s my mission,” Kyle says, “It’s not about making big bucks – that’s what the rest of the weight loss
industry does. Instead, I show people a simple and clinically proven way to lose weight that works with
their body’s natural biological processes… and the results have been astonishing.”
To learn more about Kyle’s journey and his program, visit this website: