QUALITY SCIENCE BACKED WEIGHT LOSS SUPPLEMENTS WITH PROVEN RESULTS!

Sixty percent of American adults are overweight. Over half of these (34%) are classified as obese. Though many are trying to fight the bulge, only five percent doing so are able to keep the weight off for longer than a year. Contrast this with the obesity statistics of Japan – 3%. It leaves many wondering if the Japanese have merely been blessed by the weight gods or if they have some special trick to be one of the slimmest, healthiest nations in the world. The secret is in their beverage...

When was the last time you chewed on some bark to help with your aches and pains? Never, you may say? According to researchers, it’s about time you started. Extracts from the white willow tree are full of pain relieving properties, and may even help you lose weight to boot. White willow bark is very tough, dark colored bark from the weeping willow tree. The bark has been widely used in Native American medicinal remedies (think the weeping willow tree from the Pocahontas legend). The bark receives the name “white...

Find yourself constantly justifying a coffee addiction? The days of feeling guilty for craving a cup of Joe are over. The main component of coffee, caffeine, is a powerful antioxidant. When taken in moderation, caffeine is full of properties to boost physical and mental wellbeing. Caffeine can help increase metabolic health. Studies show that regular caffeine intake can increase the Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) by up to 17%. The higher the RMR is, the faster energy sources are burnt, leaving less to be stored as fat cells. Caffeine also sends...

Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) is a fatty acid, primarily found in beef and dairy products, that is being shown to promote long term fat reduction and health management. Lab and clinical studies have also revealed that CLA also promotes muscle tone as well as reducing cholesterol levels and boosting metabolism. Discovered by Drs Michael Priza and Mark Cook at the University of Wisconsin, Madison it has been the subject of much study into it’s ability to act as an anti-carcinogen. The benefits of CLA go some way to countering the...

The returning crew of Columbus’ fourth voyage in 1502 brought the first cocoa beans from the New World to Europe. Since then chocolate has become a worldwide favorite. The chocolate bar was first invented in 1910. It captured the public’s imagination when it was issued to the U.S. armed forces as “fighting food” during WW2. Although it’s aphrodisiac qualities have been debunked, chocolate is an endless temptation for most of us. It is low in calories and fat, but most chocolates contain refined sugar and milk. A ton of research...