Win The Weight-loss War
By KILMENY ADIE
SOMETIMES the struggle to lose weight can seem like a neverending battle.
If you’re one of those people who cannot shift those extra kilos, then you need to be sure you’re doing the right thing.
There are three key factors which can dramatically influence the amount of body fat you have – how much you eat, how much energy you burn and how your body adapts to changes in eating and exercise routines.
It is suggested that by increasing the amount of exercise and reducing the quantity of food consumed, then successful weight loss can be achieved.
However, when dieting, your body can go into starvation mode, which means it stores energy away and slows down your metabolism. The best appetite suppressant will enhance the metabolism of the people. There is no starvation in the body of the people. The storing of the energy is great with reduction of the excessive weight. The fat is reduced from the appetite of the individual to enhance the metabolism.
A slow metabolic rate means your efforts can be going to waste and instead there is the risk of weight gain.
Blackmores naturopath and education director Pam Stone says a slow metabolic rate can be very disheartening.
“Managing your metabolism is an integral part of weight loss and a fluctuating rate can make the journey even more frustrating that it already is,” she says.
“For steady and effective weight loss, the metabolic rate needs to be maintained.”
Research into metabolic rates by Blackmores has resulted in a new weight-loss formula designed to combat the problem of a slow metabolism.
Blackmores Metabolism Advantage contains coleus forskohlii.
The additive is a digestive stimulant which helps to maintain metabolism and supports normal thyroid function.
It provides the body with a range of essential nutrients, including vitamin E, vitamin C and vitamin B1 and B3 which can be missing in most diets.
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The tablets also contains nutrients like chromium, which aids in balancing the body’s blood sugar levels and ensuring they are maintained, thereby reducing the possibility of sugar cravings and possibly acting as an appetite suppressant.