Maintaining Your Weight

Maintaining Your Weight

It’s a couple of months into 2016 and I wonder how many of us started the new year with the classic cry of “this will be the year I lose weight…” – and we head to the gym and don’t drink and eat sensibly. And some years it lasts for months, others for week and sometimes for days. Let’s be honest, we’ve all had a year where it’s only lasted for hours and we’re knee deep into a bottle of wine by midday on the 1st January. No? Just me? Oh, ok then…

But in all seriousness, weight maintenance is something we all need to take seriously, especially as time is not on our side in this department and the modern world is making it cheaper and more convenient than ever before to pack on pounds and inches. The basic formula is the same as it’s always been – if energy output is greater than energy intake, you’re doing it right and you’ll either drop weight or remain stable. There’s no magic substitute for exercise and sensible eating choices – even people who have expensive elective surgery find it a short term fix at best because surgery can’t change behaviour.

However, there are tools that can be used to speed up the process and make it more effective and likely to stick – and I’m writing about one particular product which fits into this category. Something for your consideration, if you fancy shedding a pound or two, or fitting into that dress you’ve got your eye on come party season…

The product is called US Premium Garcinia Cambogia 3000. It sounds like a Japanese metal band but it’s actually based around the Southeast Asian fruit Garcinia Cambogia. It’s similar to Tamarind and nutritional experts have found that the skin, in particular, has hugely beneficial elements that have been used to make this product. It also has a high-level of anti-oxidants, which can combat aging, so that’s an added bonus for sure.

Here are the main features of the product and how they work (within my limited scientific grasp!)

They block fat formation. Citrate Lyase is an enzyme in our body that is the link between metabolism of carbohydrates and fatty acids; this product restricts the enzyme, leading to fewer fat deposits being made.

They increase metabolism. The process of burning up energy means that your tank will quickly get empty – that, by itself, could pose a problem because it would lead to the body then crying out for more food to create more energy but…

They inhibit your appetite. Use of green coffee beans works as an appetite suppressant and the extract of the fruit alters seratonin levels in your body to lower sugar cravings and “hunger attacks”.

So it leads to this in a nutshell – because of the increased metabolism, your body needs more energy. You’ve not ingested enough carbohydrates and you’re not going to eat more because your appetite has been suppressed. But energy’s got to come from somewhere – so the body starts breaking down your stored fat and using THAT as the energy source. Perfect! And the Citrate Lyase restrictor means that you won’t be replacing burned fat stores with fresh deposits. All sounds a little gross but the effect is definitely what we’re after.

This product also can positively impact insulin and HDL levels when combined with appropriate medication and can lower blood sugar and LDL levels – all very positive for general health for sure.

 

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3 Comments

  1. February 29, 2016 / 7:38 pm

    From experience, I would say that it is easier to lose weight than to keep it off and maintain it. There is much involved in maintaining the weight and most people find it as a challenge. I totally agree and would also advise on cutting down sugars and I am one of those guys who have used green coffee beans to substitute the normal sugary ones. I sometimes feel that it has some kind of natural sweetness and makes me feel that it is all the same. And knowing that it helps me live better, it just gives me the morale. Thanks for sharing.

    Cindy

  2. February 29, 2016 / 1:24 pm

    Hi Victoria, I think it’s safe to say that most of us go through good and bad times when it comes to healthy eating and leading a healthy lifestyle. It is important to maintain a healthy body weight, it’s better for our overall health and if some people find that taking supplements help then good for them, just so long as they aren’t being ripped off.

    xx
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  3. February 25, 2016 / 3:22 pm

    Maintaining weight is so difficult sometimes! Okay, so that’s just the lazy part of me complaining that it doesn’t want to have to work hard in order to lose weight, but still…

    A healthy lifestyle is really the only way to go, there is no magic answer. It’s just that that healthy lifestyle often takes more effort than people are willing to put in. Me included. 🙂

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