Thursday, June 8, 2017

Need To Lose 5lbs or even 10lbs?

STEP 1: 
Take some Nitric Oxide:
Within the cells of your body are the tiny mitochondria, the sites where food and oxygen is miraculously turned into energy for you. These microscopic parts of cells are actually major powerhouses. In addition to generating almost all of the energy you use, and controlling your cellular metabolism, the mitochondria are where all your fat is burned- both dietary fat and stored fat. Research suggests that nitric oxide not only stimulates the creation of new mitochondria13, but also may make each individual mitochondrion larger, which helps them to burn even more fat and therefore, could help you to lose weight. 

Many of my patients and the people who come to hear my lectures on the effects and benefits of nitric oxide have told me about the weight they have lost on the proprietary blend of Noni extracts. Many of them were taking it for other complaints, but noticed the weight loss as a side bonus! 

Beverly Morrison, one of my patients in my clinic in Massachusetts, had been trying for years to lose some weight, but could never get it off, or keep it off. She wrote of her experience: “After a five-year struggle with excess weight I lost 15 pounds in 60 days. I decided to have a mini-body cleanse supervised by Dr. Abbas Qutab, followed by a daily regimen of a nitric oxide supplement (the proprietary blend of Noni extracts). I took two droppers full three times a day. The mini cleanse provided the metabolic boost that my system needed and the nitric oxide gave me the sustained energy to increase physical activity. Months later, I am delighted that I have kept the weight off and exercise daily for at least 30 minutes.”

It's not made up...Just Science....

Step 2:
A study presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society for Clinical Nutrition claimed that in women who were on very low caloric diets (who you'd expect would drop off in their rate of fat loss eventually), "Fats (Omega-3's) accelerated removal from adipose tissue indicates either a preferential step in Beta-oxidation or a defined need during supplemented fasting which exceeds its rate of provision from adipose stores."

This means that Omega-3 is very important during the fat burning process (Beta-Oxidation means that fatty acids are broken down to create a usable form of energy), and it's required even during states of fasting because it can help burn more fat.

Another way Omega-3 fatty acids help fat loss is by taking fats with your meals you're actually lowering the glycemic load of the meal; implying that the insulin spike that comes with food consumption won't be as high because fats help lower it.


How Water Boosts Metabolism
“Water’s involved in every type of cellular process in your body, and when you’re dehydrated, they all run less efficiently -- and that includes your metabolism. Think of it like your car: if you have enough oil and gas, it will run more efficiently. It’s the same with your body.”
One study, for example, found that people who drank water before meals ate an average of 75 fewer calories at each meal. That doesn’t sound like a lot -- but multiply 75 calories by 365 days a year. Even if you only drink water before dinner every day, you’d consume 27,000 fewer calories over the course of the year. That’s almost an eight-pound weight loss.

“In general, you should try to drink between half an ounce and an ounce of water for each pound you weigh, every day.” For example, if you weigh 150 pounds, that would be 75 to 150 ounces of water a day. If you’re living in a hot climate and exercising a lot, you’d be on the higher end of that range; if you’re in a cooler climate and mostly sedentary, you’d need less.
PROTEIN...Get Back on the scale...have somewhere between 1 gram of protein for every pound you weigh if you weigh should be consuming 200 grams per day, divided into small meals...But new research suggests that eating more could boost fat loss—more protein, that is. Dieters who double their protein intake lose more fat and maintain more muscle mass than dieters who eat the recommended daily amount, according to a new study published in The FASEB Journal....

Fiber for fat loss, are you crazy? That's right folks, fiber can actually help you lose fat. We all know that fiber will help fight against heart disease, cholesterol, diabetes and colon cancer, but it also plays a role in fighting obesity. Fiber is a compound that only plants contain. The fiber we consume from plant foods is called dietary fiber. Dietary fiber only comes from plant foods (i.e. grains, oats, fruits, etc.); it is never in animal foods (i.e. meats). Dietary fiber can be broken down into two forms, soluble and insoluble fiber. Though there is no daily recommended amount of fiber, health experts recommend consuming 20-35 grams of fiber per day. On average, most Americans consume only 12 grams of fiber a day.

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