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Our Lady of Weight Loss

Our Lady of Weight Loss

A No Jiggle/No Wiggle Jiggy JigSaw Puzzle

Click to Mix and Solve
The Mighty Jigsaw Puzzle not only keeps your hands busy, but it awakens and exercises the mind. You can work on your fine motor skills and eye-to-hand coordination without using a fork!
Medical research shows that people who keep their brain muscles exercised, maintain their mental acuity, their alertness and memory.
For a healthy mind and nimble fingers, and just for the fun of it, get jiggy with Our Lady of Weight Loss’s “No Jiggle/No Wiggle Jiggy JigSaw Puzzles.”

  • Alex Baran

    A remote control system for the fat metabolism is located within the brain. The melanocortin system was previously known to control the central nervous system (CNS). It plays a key role by receiving hormone signals from the gut and responding to the sensations of hunger or fullness. Besides this role, the melanocortin system also decides whether the extra-energy will be transformed into fat or metabolized. I read about this at http://www.projectweightloss.com.

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