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Easy Ways to Lose Weight, lose fat and have your health
( adapted from Readers Digest - RD)


You know the challenges and the setbacks in health especially when it comes to losing body weight (weight loss). You will keep hearing stuffs like: eat lesser foods, consume lesser calories, workout/or walkout to burn out more fat/or burn out more calories etc. But you also recognize that best diets and rapid/fast weight loss strategies have about as much substance as a politician's campaign pledges.

If you are trying to lose weight or shed pounds of weight, do not start off by trying to renovate all your eating and physical exercise lifestyles. You are better off finding numerous modest things you can do on a day-to-day basis — along with following the fundamental guidelines of eating supplementary vegetables and lesser fat and getting more physical body activity. Collectively, they should refer the scale numbers in the accurate direction:

1. Once a week, indulge in a high-calorie-tasting, but low-calorie, treat. This should help keep you from feeling deprived and binging on higher-calorie foods. For instance:

    Lobster. Just 83 calories in 3 ounces.
    Shrimp. Just 60 calories in 12 large.
    Smoked salmon. Just 66 calories in two ounces. Sprinkle with capers for an even more elegant treat.
    Whipped cream. Just 8 calories in one tablespoon. Drop a dollop over a bowl of fresh fruit for dessert.

2. Treat high-calorie foods as jewels in the crown. Make a spoonful of ice cream the jewel and a bowl of fruit the crown. Cut down on the chips by pairing each bite with lots of chunky, filling fresh salsa, suggests Jeff Novick, director of nutrition at the Pritikin Longevity Center & Spa in Florida. Balance a little cheese with a lot of salad.

3. After breakfast, make water your primary drink. At breakfast, go ahead and drink orange juice. But throughout the rest of the day, focus on water instead of juice or soda. The average American consumes an extra 245 calories a day from soft drinks. That’s nearly 90,000 calories a year — or 25 pounds! And research shows that despite the calories, sugary drinks don’t trigger a sense of fullness the way that food does.

4. Carry a palm-size notebook everywhere you go for one week. Write down every single morsel that enters your lips — even water. Studies have found that people who maintain food diaries wind up eating about 15 percent less food than those who don’t.

5. Buy a pedometer, clip it to your belt, and aim for an extra 1,000 steps a day. On average, sedentary people take only 2,000 to 3,000 steps a day. Adding 2,000 steps will help you maintain your current weight and stop gaining weight; adding more than that will help you lose weight.

6. Add 10 percent to the amount of daily calories you think you’re eating, then adjust your eating habits accordingly. If you think you’re consuming 1,700 calories a day and don’t understand why you’re not losing weight, add another 170 calories to your guesstimate. Chances are, the new number is more accurate.

7. Eat five or six small meals or snacks a day instead of three large meals. A 1999 South African study found that when men ate parts of their morning meal at intervals over five hours, they consumed almost 30 percent fewer calories at lunch than when they ate a single breakfast. Other studies show that even if you eat the same number of calories distributed this way, your body releases less insulin, which keeps blood sugar steady and helps control hunger.

8. Walk for 45 minutes a day. The reason we’re suggesting 45 minutes instead of the typical 30 is that a Duke University study found that while 30 minutes of daily walking is enough to prevent weight gain in most relatively sedentary people, exercise beyond 30 minutes results in weight and fat loss. Burning an additional 300 calories a day with three miles of brisk walking (45 minutes should do it) could help you lose 30 pounds in a year without even changing how much you’re eating.

9. Find an online weight-loss buddy. A University of Vermont study found that online weight-loss buddies help you keep the weight off. The researchers followed volunteers for 18 months. Those assigned to an Internet-based weight maintenance program sustained their weight loss better than those who met face-to-face in a support group.

10. Bring the color blue into your life more often. There’s a good reason you won’t see many fast-food restaurants decorated in blue: Believe it or not, the color blue functions as an appetite suppressant. So serve up dinner on blue plates, dress in blue while you eat, and cover your table with a blue tablecloth. Conversely, avoid red, yellow, and orange in your dining areas. Studies find they encourage eating.

11. Clean your closet of the “fat” clothes. Once you’ve reached your target weight, throw out or give away every piece of clothing that doesn’t fit. The idea of having to buy a whole new wardrobe if you gain the weight back will serve as a strong incentive to maintain your new figure.

12. Downsize your dinner plates. Studies find that the less food put in front of you, the less food you’ll eat. Conversely, the more food in front of you, the more you’ll eat — regardless of how hungry you are. So instead of using regular dinner plates that range these days from 10-14 inches (making them look forlornly empty if they’re not heaped with food), serve your main course on salad plates (about 7-9 inches wide). The same goes for liquids. Instead of 16-ounce glasses and oversized coffee mugs, return to the old days of 8-ounce glasses and 6-ounce coffee cups.

13. Serve your dinner restaurant style (food on the plates) rather than family style (food served in bowls and on platters on the table). When your plate is empty, you’re finished; there’s no reaching for seconds.

14. Hang a mirror opposite your seat at the table. One study found that eating in front of mirrors slashed the amount people ate by nearly one-third. Seems having to look yourself in the eye reflects back some of your own inner standards and goals, and reminds you of why you’re trying to lose weight in the first place.

15. Put out a vegetable platter. A body of research out of Pennsylvania State University finds that eating water-rich foods such as zucchini, tomatoes, and cucumbers during meals reduces your overall calorie consumption. Other water-rich foods include soups and salads. You won’t get the same benefits by just drinking your water, though. Because the body processes hunger and thirst through different mechanisms, it simply doesn’t register a sense of fullness with water (or soda, tea, coffee, or juice).

16. Use vegetables to bulk up meals. You can eat twice as much pasta salad loaded with veggies like broccoli, carrots, and tomatoes for the same calories as a pasta salad sporting just mayonnaise. Same goes for stir-fries. And add vegetables to make a fluffier, more satisfying omelet without having to up the number of eggs.

17. Eat one less cookie a day. Or consume one less can of regular soda, or one less glass of orange juice, or three fewer bites of a fast-food hamburger. Doing any of these saves you about 100 calories a day, according to weight-loss researcher James O. Hill, Ph.D., of the University of Colorado. And that alone is enough to prevent you from gaining the 1.8 to 2 pounds most people pack on each year.

18. Avoid white foods. There is some scientific legitimacy to today’s lower-carb diets: Large amounts of simple carbohydrates from white flour and added sugar can wreak havoc on your blood sugar and lead to weight gain. But you shouldn’t toss out the baby with the bathwater. While avoiding sugar, white rice, and white flour, you should eat plenty of whole grain breads and brown rice. One Harvard study of 74,000 women found that those who ate more than two daily servings of whole grains were 49 percent less likely to be overweight than those who ate the white stuff.

19. Switch to ordinary coffee. Fancy coffee drinks from trendy coffee joints often pack several hundred calories, thanks to whole milk, whipped cream, sugar, and sugary syrups. A cup of regular coffee with skim milk has just a small fraction of those calories. And when brewed with good beans, it tastes just as great.

20. Use nonfat powdered milk in coffee. You get the nutritional benefits of skim milk, which is high in calcium and low in calories. And, because the water has been removed, powdered milk doesn’t dilute the coffee the way skim milk does.

21. Eat cereal for breakfast five days a week. Studies find that people who eat cereal for breakfast every day are significantly less likely to be obese and have diabetes than those who don’t. They also consume more fiber and calcium — and less fat — than those who eat other breakfast foods. Of course, that doesn’t mean reaching for the Cap’n Crunch. Instead, pour out a high-fiber, low-sugar cereal like Total or Grape Nuts.

22. Pare your portions. Whether you eat at home or in a restaurant, immediately remove one-third of the food on your plate. Arguably the worst food trend of the past few decades has been the explosion in portion sizes on America’s dinner plates (and breakfast and lunch plates). We eat far, far more today than our bodies need. Studies find that if you serve people more food, they’ll eat more food, regardless of their hunger level. The converse is also true: Serve
yourself less and you’ll eat less.

23. Eat 90 percent of your meals at home. You’re more likely to eat more — and eat more high-fat, high-calorie foods — when you eat out than when you eat at home. Restaurants today serve such large portions that many have switched to larger plates and tables to accommodate them!

24. Avoid any prepared food that lists sugar, fructose, or corn syrup among the first four ingredients on the label. You should be able to find a lower-sugar version of the same type of food. If you can’t, grab a piece of fruit instead! Look for sugar-free varieties of foods such as ketchup, mayonnaise, and salad dressing.

25. Eat slowly and calmly. Put your fork or spoon down between every bite. Sip water frequently. Intersperse your eating with stories for your dining partner of the amusing things that happened during your day. Your brain lags your stomach by about 20 minutes when it comes to satiety (fullness) signals. If you eat slowly enough, your brain will catch up to tell you that you are no longer in need of food.

26. Eat only when you hear your stomach growling. It’s stunning how often we eat out of boredom, nervousness, habit, or frustration — so often, in fact, that many of us have actually forgotten what physical hunger feels like. Next time, wait until your stomach is growling before you reach for food. If you’re hankering for a specific food, it’s probably a craving, not hunger. If you’d eat anything you could get your hands on, chances are you’re truly hungry.

27. Find ways other than eating to express love, tame stress, and relieve boredom. For instance, you might make your family a photo album of special events instead of a rich dessert, sign up for a stress-management course at the local hospital or take up an active hobby, like bowling.

28. State the positive. You’ve heard of a self-fulfilling prophecy? Well, if you keep focusing on things you can’t do, like resisting junk food or getting out the door for a daily walk, chances are you won’t do them. Instead (whether you believe it or not) repeat positive thoughts to yourself. “I can lose weight.” “I will get out for my walk today.” “I know I can resist the pastry cart after dinner.” Repeat these phrases like a mantra all day long. Before too long, they will become their own self-fulfilling prophecy.

29. Discover your dietary point of preference. If you work hard to control your weight, you may get pleasure from your appearance, but you may also feel sorry for yourself each time you forgo a favorite food. There is a balance to be struck between the immediate gratification of indulgent foods and the long-term pleasure of maintaining a desirable weight and good health. When you have that balance worked out, you have identified your own personal dietary pleasure “point of preference.” This is where you want to stay.

30. Use flavorings such as hot sauce, salsa, and Cajun seasonings instead of relying on butter and creamy or sugary sauces. Besides providing lots of flavor with no fat and few calories, many of these seasonings — the spicy ones — turn up your digestive fires, causing your body to temporarily burn more calories.

31. Eat fruit instead of drinking fruit juice. For the calories in one kid-size box of apple juice, you can enjoy an apple, orange, and a slice of watermelon. These whole foods will keep you satisfied much longer than that box of apple juice, so you’ll eat less overall.

32. Spend 10 minutes a day walking up and down stairs. The Centers for Disease Control says that’s all it takes to help you shed as much as 10 pounds a year (assuming you don’t start eating more).

33. Eat equal portions of vegetables and grains at dinner. A cup of cooked rice or pasta has about 200 calories, whereas a cup of cooked veggies doles out a mere 50 calories, on average, says Joan Salge Blake, R.D., clinical assistant professor of nutrition at Boston University’s Sargent College. To avoid a grain calorie overload, eat a 1:1 ratio of grains to veggies. The high-fiber veggies will help satisfy your hunger before you overeat the grains.

34. Get up and walk around the office or your home for five minutes at least every two hours. Stuck at a desk all day? A brisk five-minute walk every two hours will parlay into an extra 20-minute walk by the end of the day. And getting a break will make you less likely to reach for snacks out of antsiness.

35. Wash something thoroughly once a week — a floor, a couple of windows, the shower stall, bathroom tile, or your car. A 150-pound person who dons rubber gloves and exerts some elbow grease will burn about four calories for every minute spent cleaning, says Blake. Scrub for 30 minutes and you could work off approximately 120 calories, the same number in a half-cup of vanilla frozen yogurt. And your surroundings will sparkle!

36. Make one social outing this week an active one. Pass on the movie tickets and screen the views of a local park instead. Not only will you sit less, but you’ll be saving calories because you won’t chow down on that bucket of popcorn. Other active date ideas: Plan a tennis match, sign up for a guided nature or city walk (check your local newspaper), go cycling on a bike path, or join a volleyball league or bowling team.


37. Order the smallest portion of everything. If you’re ordering a sub, get the 6-inch sandwich. Buy a small popcorn, a small salad, a small hamburger. Studies find we tend to eat what’s in front of us, even though we’d feel just as full on less.

38. Switch from regular milk to 2%. If you already drink 2%, go down another notch to 1% or skim milk. Each step downward cuts the calories by about 20 percent. Once you train your taste buds to enjoy skim milk, you’ll have cut the calories in the whole milk by about half and trimmed the fat by more than 95 percent.

39. Take a walk before dinner. You’ll do more than burn calories — you’ll cut your appetite. In a study of 10 obese women conducted at the University of Glasgow in Scotland, 20 minutes of walking reduced appetite and increased sensations of fullness as effectively as a light meal.

40. Substitute a handful of almonds in place of a sugary snack. A study from the City of Hope National Medical Center found that overweight people who ate a moderate-fat diet containing almonds lost more weight than a control group that didn’t eat nuts. Really, any nut will do.

41. Eat a frozen dinner. Not just any frozen dinner, but one designed for weight loss. Most of us tend to eat an average of 150 percent more calories in the evening than in the morning. An easy way to keep dinner calories under control is to buy a pre-portioned meal. Just make sure that it contains only one serving. If it contains two, make sure you share.

42. Don’t eat with a large group. A study published in the Journal of Physiological Behavior found that we tend to eat more when we eat with other people, most likely because we spend more time at the table. But eating with your significant other or your family, and using table time for talking in between chewing, can help cut down on calories — and help with bonding in the bargain.

43. Watch one less hour of TV. A study of 76 undergraduate students found the more they watched television, the more often they ate and the more they ate overall. Sacrifice one program (there’s probably one you don’t really want to watch anyway) and go for a walk instead. You’ll have time left over to finish a chore or gaze at the stars.

44. Get most of your calories before noon. Studies find that the more you eat in the morning, the less you’ll eat in the evening. And you have more opportunities to burn off those early-day calories than you do to burn off dinner calories.

45. Close out the kitchen after dinner. Wash all the dishes, wipe down the counters, turn out the light, and, if necessary, tape closed the cabinets and refrigerator. Late-evening eating significantly increases the overall number of calories you eat, a University of Texas study found. Stopping late-night snacking can save 300 or more calories a day, or 31 pounds a year.

46. Sniff a banana, an apple, or a peppermint when you feel hungry. You might feel silly, but it works. When Alan R. Hirsch, M.D., neurological director of the Smell & Taste Treatment and Research Foundation in Chicago, tried this with 3,000 volunteers, he found that the more frequently people sniffed, the less hungry they were and the more weight they lost — an average of 30 pounds each. One theory is that sniffing the food tricks the brain into thinking you’re actually eating it.
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47. Order wine by the glass, not the bottle. That way you’ll be more aware of how much alcohol you’re downing. Moderate drinking can be good for your health, but alcohol is high in calories. And because drinking turns off our inhibitions, it can drown our best intentions to keep portions in check.

48. Watch every morsel you put in your mouth on weekends. A University of North Carolina study found people tend to consume an extra 115 calories per weekend day, primarily from alcohol and fat.

49. Stock your refrigerator with low-fat yogurt. A University of Tennessee study found that people who cut 500 calories a day and ate yogurt three times a day for 12 weeks lost more weight and body fat than a group that only cut the calories. The researchers concluded that the calcium in low-fat dairy foods triggers a hormonal response that inhibits the body’s production of fat cells and boosts the breakdown of fat.
50. Order your dressing on the side and then stick a fork in it — not your salad. The small amount of dressing that clings to the tines of the fork are plenty for the forkful of salad you then pick up.

51. Brush your teeth after every meal, especially after dinner. That clean, minty freshness will serve as a cue to your body and brain that mealtime is over.

52. Serve individual courses rather than piling everything on one plate. Make the first two courses soup or vegetables (such as a green salad). By the time you get to the more calorie-dense foods, like meat and dessert, you’ll be eating less or may already be full (leftovers are a good thing).
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53. Passionately kiss your partner 10 times a day. According to the 1991 Kinsey Institute New Report on Sex, a passionate kiss burns 6.4 calories per minute. Ten minutes a day of kissing equates to about 23,000 calories — or eight pounds — a year!

54. Add hot peppers to your pasta sauce. Capsaicin, the ingredient in hot peppers that makes them hot, also helps reduce your appetite.

55. Pack nutritious snacks. Snacking once or twice a day helps stave off hunger and keeps your metabolism stoked, but healthy snacks can be pretty darn hard to come by when you’re on the go. Pack up baby carrots or your own trail mix made with nuts, raisins, seeds, and dried fruit.

56. When you shop, choose nutritious foods based on these four simple rules:
1. Avoid partially hydrogenated.
2. Avoid high fructose corn syrup.
3. Choose a short ingredient list over long; there will be fewer flavor enhancers and empty calories.
4. Look for more than two grams of fiber per 100 calories in all grain products (cereal, bread, crackers, and chips)

57. Weed out calories you’ve been overlooking: spreads, dressings, sauces, condiments, drinks, and snacks. These calories count, whether or not you’ve been counting them, and could make the difference between weight gain and loss.

58. When you’re eating out with friends or family, dress up in your most flattering outfit. You’ll get loads of compliments, says Susie Galvez, author of Weight Loss Wisdom, which will be a great reminder to watch what you eat.





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computer program for weight loss fat loss slimming diet


You might have probably heard of weight loss programs, like Weight Watchers or Slimming World. But an appraisal of study has shown that treatments where people interrelate with a computer program/software are also effective at helping people lose weight and keeping body weight completely off – the computer program weight loss.

From fad diets to parting with your hard earned cash in an attempt to join a gym or slimming club – there are lots of ways out there to attempt to lose that excess weight. This appraisal of research, available in the Cochrane Library, observed at whether interactive computer-based programs are supportive for losing and maintaining body weight/flat tummy. Naturally, the weight loss results suggest that this method of helping people lose excess body weight was more effective compared to minimal or no effort at all. However, weight loss programs that involve having face-to-face contact with a counselor still seem to be more real when it comes down to shedding the pounds of body weight or maintaining a healthy weight loss.

It is not a surprise to any of us that being over-weight or obese are public health problems that increase your risk of developing a number of health problems, plus diabetes, high blood pressure and coronary heart disease (CHD). The World Health Organization has projected that by 2015 the number of people who will be overweight or obese will raise from 1 billion to 1.5 billion people globally. As the number of people continues to increase, the requirement for practical and effective weight loss and maintenance programs has become more important than ever. Treatment programs where people can interact with a computer could be helpful for those who find that travel and time would stop them from participating in a face-to-face involvement.

Although it is great to see research in this area, it did involve a small number of studies and there were many differences in the type of weight loss programs people did. With the rise in the number of people using weight loss apps on smart phones and engaging on social networking sites, it would be interesting to see what affect these have on weight loss and maintenance.

For now, if you want to shift your excess weight, the best way is to improve your diet and eating habits and at the same time increase the amount of physical activity you do.

It’s also important that you follow these simple tips. Firstly, don’t crash diet as slow, steady weight loss is more likely to last than dramatic weight change. Secondly, stay away from fad diets, where you eat a very limited range of food to try and lose weight. Although they may help with short-term weight loss, you will always put the weight back on as soon as you return to your usual diet. Finally, set yourself realistic, achievable targets and don’t forget to reward yourself when you meet your targets, such as a trip to the cinema or a beauty treatment.

Just recall, everybody is different. What works for your friend may not continuously work for you. So, attempt a technique that best suits your lifestyle to help you shift the pounds. Going back to essentials by eating less and doing more physical body exercise might just be the answer you are looking for effective weight loss.







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http://www.saga.co.uk/health/weight-loss/judith-wills-diet-challenge/2012/august/24-lazy-route-to-weight-loss.aspx



Health – foods, diet, nutrition and enzyme for weight loss


Weight Loss News update: Medical and health science researchers have proved Fat-Burning/fat loss activity of the Enzyme Lipase – the lipase enzyme that cause fat burning/fat loss and weight loss.

Here are some good news for anybody looking to accelerate up their body fat metabolism and cause weight loss, the fire that burns calories. In study published recently, researchers were able to use lipase enzyme, the enzyme that breaks down fat, increasing its power to break fat.

The top-secret is a molecular “switch” that turns the enzyme on then off. It turns out that enzymes are equally sluggish, and only work a usual amount of hours in the day. By spinning the on switch, the scientists flourished in making lipase enzymes work three times tougher, upping their fat digestion from 15% to 45 percent of the time of body metabolism.

Making lipase burn fat more proficiently would have enormous effects for those who are over-weight and obese as well, but whose body metabolisms make it tough to lose weight with diet and physical exercise. Being overweight places you at risk for diabetes, cardiovascular disease, stroke, so there is a public health dictate to upkeep any advance in obesity study.

The update, which was printed in the Journal of the American Chemical Society, has the scientific community lively. The purpose? The enzymatic “ignition switch” appears likely to work for all biological enzymes, not just lipase only. If researchers can study to turn enzymes on and off, it can have plentiful wider effects for those considering curing an arrangement of other health conditions in which enzymes play a role. In their declaration, the University of Copenhagen, said this could probably be “the most significant finding in enzymology” in a long time, and while that sounds magnificent, it may not be far off for it to be achieved.

The vastly erudite nano study involved collaborating with the Danish industrial enzyme producer Novozymes to create a fat degrading lipase enzyme model system to study the teensy tiny enzyme lipase molecular activity. In order to monitor every enzyme catalytic cycle, they made use of specially prepared fat that released light every time an enzyme took a “bite” of fat in the bio-system.

Danish enzyme giant Novozymes produces enzymes for all kinds of industrial and commercial and scientific uses. Novozymes has made news headlines for many hopeful discoveries, like an enzyme called Acrylaway, which is designed to decrease acrylamide, the harmful chemical that is a by-product of the cooking process in French fries, crackers and other foods. The enzyme lipase can facilitate weight loss, fat loss and cause healthy living effect – biological/natural/enzymatic weight loss.

 


health green coffee bean weight loss


An innovative and fresh weight loss study has revealed the effect of pure green Coffee Bean Extract on body metabolism as well as body weight. Pure green coffee extracts helps in metabolical ways to shed and lose excess body fat and thereby causing weight loss.


Naturally occurring green coffee bean extract is an all-natural weight lossand fat loss solution that has taken allover the world by revelation in the health of weight loss seeking individuals.

Weight loss health-related researche have established the efficacy of green coffee tea extracts in providing important weight loss and other health benefits for weight loss seekers and inpreventing obesity and/or reversing obesity.

Green Coffee Bean Teas are among the majority of the commonly consumed beverages across the world. Many nativesof America and allover the world drink green coffee extracts especially for the energizing effects of caffeine in the coffee in order to help them stay attentive and on the alert throughout the day as well as having their body metabolism tuned up in order to enhance weight loss.

Though, a novel health-weight loss researches have long-established that green coffee beans have more health benefits than just producing an energy giving drinks for alertness or possibly weight loss.

From the most recent human health and body weight/weightloss medical researches and specifically weight loss studies as were conducted by Dr Joe Vinson of the University of Scranton in Pennsylvania, there is a naturally-occurring substance that is found only in un-roasted green coffee beans called chlorogenic acid. This substance,chlorogenic acid helpsthe body in:

    Reducing or lowering blood pressure,hence beneficial inhyptersion treatment
    Regulating blood glucose/sugar levels,hence goodfor dibetes treatment
    Boosting body basal metabolism BMR-Basal Metabolic Rate, and
    burn stored fat from the body – increasing weight loss.

Chlorogenic acid is found occurring naturally in many plants, but the highest content of chlorogenic acid which causes weight loss is found mainly in green coffee beans. On the other hand, healthy weight loss researchers have confirmed that ordinary roasted coffee beans will not have or give the same health and weight loss effects when compared with the raw un-roasted green coffee beans.

As soon the green coffee beans have undergone the process of roasting to give the green coffee beans their distinctive flavor and sweet smelling aroma, the live chlorogenic acid is thereby destroyed by the heat from the roasting process of the coffee beans and thus becomes highly fruitless for weight loss effect or losing weight.

The way and manner how green coffee bean extract works in weight loss is the chlorogenic acid which reduces the release of glucose into the blood stream while heating up the body to boost the body’sbasal metabolism and rapidly burn stored fat in the body thereby causing weight loss.

Glucose resulting from carbohydrate digestion is usually stored in the liver until the body needs it to generate energy in the form of ATP-Adesnosine Triphosphate. When the liver stops releasing glucose/blood sugar, the body’s biologicalsystem will then turn to the stored fat as its secondary source of blood sugar or glucose to convert into energy/ATP through the process of gluconeogenesis. This process of warming up the body to burn fat cells to yield body ATP or energy is well-known as thermogenesis- process of fat burning for fat loss.

The recommended daily allowed dosage of green coffee bean extract is 800mg per daily. Although foods, and diet and physical body exercise is not required to lose weight while taking green coffee extract, incorporating a healthy diet and exercise plan into a daily lifestyle will help you lose weight very much faster. This is one of the healthy way for fast weight loss.

Best among all, green coffee extract does not contain elevated amounts of caffeine so it will not cause anxiety, tremour or nervousness as a cup of caffeine-loaded coffee typically does in high coffee drinkers.

With wide growing green coffee supporters and promoters like Doctors Oz and Lindsey Duncan approving the green coffee bean as weight loss tea drink without extra weight loss dieting or physical exercise, it appears that this food supplement will continue to attract wide recommendation as many more people all over the world use the product for themselves in healthy living and as weight loss food supplementfacilitationg weight loss and fat loss.


A brief about Pure Green Coffee Beans

Pure Green CoffeeBean is richly found in Oregon, USA and principally considered the best and finest brand of quality green coffee bean extract. Pure Green Coffee contains numerous well known and acknowledged fat loss, fat burning and weight loss ingredients featuring pure green coffee extract for health and weight loss.

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