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Valerian is an herb that's long been valued as a mild sedative, and now research is showing what tea enthusiasts have known for centuries. In a study of women, researchers gave half the test subjects a valerian extract, and half a placebo. Thirty percent of those who received valerian reported an improvement in the quality of their sleep, versus just 4 percent of the control group. In a another study published in the European Journal of Medical Research, investigators gave 202 insomniacs valerian or a Valium-like tranquilizer. After six weeks, both treatments were equally effective. And in other studies, valerian root has been shown to increase the effectiveness of sleeping pills. While researchers have yet to identify the exact active ingredient, they suspect that receptors in the brain may be stimulated to hit "sleep mode" when coming in contact with valerian.
Posture can make it seem as though you have a problem with lower belly fat. In fact, your belly bulge may be due to your pelvis being tilted too far forward and downward, causing your lower back to over arch and pushing out the lower part of your belly. So it makes your belly look bigger than it really is, and it also makes you shorter. Even if you’re super lean and have very little belly fat, if you have an excessive anterior pelvic tilt, your lower abdomen will protrude. There are stretches that for an excessive anterior pelvic tilt as this video demonstrates. However, if you suspect this may be a problem, your best course of action is to see a health professional for diagnosis and treatment.
KetoFuel contains the naturally occurring ingredients, Keto Salts, which force the body into a constant state of Ketosis. Ketosis is a natural process the body initiates to help us survive when food intake is low. During this state, we produce ketones, which are produced from the breakdown of fats in the liver. By putting your body into Ketosis, it is constantly buring carbs and fat for energy.
Natural psyllium (Ispaghul) acts as a safe and effective weight loss aid. Psyllium may improve blood sugar and lipid levels, which can be related to obesity. Flaxseeds are rich in omega-3 acids which target tummy fat effectively. Flax seeds act as bulking agents in your stomach and give you a feeling of fullness and prevent you from overeating and help you lose weight.
So what can we do to reduce the fat around our belly, no matter the type? Dr. Charlie Seltzer, a physician who is board certified in obesity medicine, says it is quite simple. "To lose belly fat — or fat anywhere, for that matter — you need to eat fewer calories than you burn," Dr. Seltzer says. "It is really that simple. You cannot 'spot reduce.' Where the fat comes off first is largely based on your genes."
Water is a dieter’s best friend. On its own, it can be a powerful weight loss tool. However, adding lemon to water not only can help you slim down but has a vast range of health benefits that can keep you looking and feeling your very best. There are many health benefits from drinking lemon water including fighting cancer, boosting the immune system, preventing asthma, and weight loss, to name only a few benefits. (8) Lemon water has nutrients that can actually help boost your metabolism. Also, drinking lemon water before a meal helps reduce the overall amount you will eat. Another benefit is that adding lemon to water can make it more refreshing and makes you more likely to drink more during the day. The more water you drink in place of sugary or fatty drinks, the fewer calories you intake and the more likely you are to lose weight.
Subcutaneous fat is present directly under the skin, and Dr. Greuner says it's much easier to burn than the other two types. "It is simple to rid yourself of, as it burns quickly but serves two important purposes: to be a cushion for the rest of your body and to supply the skin with oxygen through its blood vessels," he says. "All fats can be prevented through diet and exercise, but visceral and subcutaneous are the most crucial to shed, as they can be the main cause of disease."
This delicious detox water has strawberries and kiwis and is the perfect summer drink. You will need 2 liters of water, a couple of strawberries and a couple of kiwis. Just chop your kiwis and strawberries, add to your water and sit in the fridge for a couple of hours to let it seep. The kiwi has vitamins A and E which will help you to rid your body of free radicals and they help to flush toxins from your colon. Strawberries are great for your skin and then contain anti-aging properties and help to fight carcinogens. You can add more or less fruit depending on your taste preferences or add different fruits or a mint sprig for a completely new taste.
For a pink and perky dieting treat, this luscious mint detox water is a festively progressive selection. With two tablespoons of raspberries, tartness is practically this drink’s middle name. These antioxidants are riddled with cleansing properties. The mint base shows that this brew means business. While the fruit goes to work by kicking out all unwanted biological agents, the mint leaves have a contrastingly calming effect. This duality results in a complementary approach to aiding digestion and losing weight. It is hard to believe that such a sweet treat has so few calories. This medicinal blend is downright addictive and sublime.
HOW MUCH WEIGHT COULD YOU LOSE IN 7 DAYS? June Caron, 55, dropped 6 pounds in a week. “And the weight just keeps coming off!” In fact, she lost 15 pounds and 4 inches off her waist in 6 weeks. And Jennie Joshi, 38 (at right), lost 11 pounds and an inch off her waist. “Zero Belly is easy to follow regardless of life’s demands,” she says. Read more about the program and the remarkable results of our test panel in Zero Belly Diet.
Parsley has many, many health benefits, including reducing effects of diarrhoea, improving digestion, regulating the menstrual cycle and increasing the rate of urination, which means that more matter is expelled from the body, including more calories and thus reducing weight loss. The diuretic aspect of parsley juice also means that it detoxifies the body faster than other drinks, and acts as an appetite suppressant making you feel fuller than you are.