Special Report: Natural Approaches for Losing Weight

Maylin Rodriguez-Paez, RN

Why do middle aged adults keep accumulating body fat even when they’re eating far less than they did when they were younger?

Well, scientists have identified a number of biological factors to explain age-related weight gain. And therein lies the problem. With so many causes at work, it can be far more difficult to lose extra weight than most of us realize.

Fortunately, the right nutrients can help you burn fat faster, trim belly flab, curb your appetite, and even lower your blood sugar. If you'd like to read more about these natural approaches to weight loss, download our Special Report below!


Hylands said...

We should use natural supplement is a good alternative for those people who want to stay away from chemical-based, harmful weight loss supplements that damage heart valves. Thus, all natural weight loss supplements are safer alternative to losing body weight. It is also important that you are positive towards losing weight if you want the natural supplement to work fast.

Xero Bookkeeper Sunshine Coast said...

At the end of the day, it all boils down to this: excercise, minimize stress, eat healthy food, and take a lot of food supplement.With all tis, discipline plays a major role.And of course, determination.

LifeExtension said...

Xero Bookkeeper Sunshine Coast - Good observations!

Emily Sandstrom said...

A factor I have not heard anyone mention, that I think is very true at least for women is that the reproduction system retired around fifty years of age. The body does not have to support all that extra blood making, and those hormones, anymore. That used up energy. So eating the same way will result in a slow weight loss of between one and two pounds a year if you don't change anything.

I simmer fresh ginger for more than a day, make it concentrated, and freeze the water. This makes it easy to consume ginger in tea, coffee, soup, stew, rice, etc. Ginger makes for a slow weight loss, probably by raising body temperature and giving a person energy - me, anyway. It is really good in winter in a cold climate.

Life Extension said...

Emily Sandstrom - Good point Emily! Ginger is a good suggestion. Thanks. :-)

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