What’s Missing In ALL Diets


Synopsis. Our body is made to repair itself – IF it has the 90 ESSENTIAL nutrients it needs. Unfortunately we’re only able to get about 30 from all foods – even organic foods! Why? Because our soil doesn’t have the minerals it used to – and other reasons explained in the free video above…

Combine this fact with our bad eating habits: Eating wheat (gluten) which our bodies can’t fully digest, drinking carbonated beverages and taking anti-acids (all of which dilutes the needed acids that break down food) – over time, these undigested foods cause tears in our gut (leaky gut) which eventually enter our bloodstream – causing inflammation which leads to many chronic diseases.

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Low Carb “Pasta”: 45 Cal’s VS 700 Cal’s

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If you LOVE pasta as much as I do, you know that it’s the one thing that can completely ruin your low carb diet. Fortunately, I’ve discovered an alternative that not only is low carb, but an entire plate has only 45 calories (compared to 700!).

You might have heard about zucchini pasta before and thought… “that can’t really taste like pasta”… Well, you’re right… It actually tastes BETTER (and saves you 650 calories/plate!).

Just follow these few simple steps.

1. Use the right spiral slicer.

2. If you can’t find organic zucchinis (or don’t like the green peel), use a potato peeler first: (which comes with this special spiral slicer!)

3. Next, splash a little low sodium soy sauce (or olive oil) into a pan and add a sliced tomato, mushrooms, onions, garlic powder, etc. (or your favorite spaghetti sauce), pre-cooked meatballs (I like the turkey ones), etc. .

4. Stir fry for about 1 minute and mix-in the “pasta”. Stir fry it together for about a minute or so (DON’T OVERCOOK!)

5. Put it all on a plate and sprinkle some Parmesan cheese (optional) and there you have it!!! An EASY Pasta alternative in 5 minutes!

Save 650 calories every time you have a plate!!!

And it fills you up like you won’t believe!

One large zucchini = one plate of pasta!

P.S. Make sure you buy straight, large zucchinis.

LASTLY… You can also make AMAZING salads with most of the same ingredients – just add a little lemon juice or vinegar!

 

Here is the zucchini pasta spiralizer I recommend:

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Simpler Alternative To Juicing

Today It seems that the secret to health is juicing. Unfortunately to do it right (without ingesting toxins) you need to buy organic (which can cost $20 a day!).

But even if you can afford it, you still have to go out and buy all that organic food, spend about an hour (every day) organizing, washing, cutting, peeling and juicing. Plus, don’t forget you have to disassemble and clean juicer thoroughly! What a waste of time (and time is money!).

Fortunately you have a MUCH BETTER OPTION – which also provides a much better variety of ingredients than you could ever find on your own – and do it all in a minute! ONE MINUTE!

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The Fat Switch – Simplified

 

This college video series explains the “fat switch” concept in a simpler way… in my opinion.

Synopsis: Our over-consumption of sugar (read fructose) is the “switch” that causes us to store fat. Sugar (read fructose) has been found to be just as addictive as alcohol and targets the same pleasure centers, plus,  just like alcohol, it’s causing fatty liver disease! The main reason is because fructose can only be digested by the liver –  so it doesn’t have enough time to deal it – and also process all the other toxic chemicals in our processed foods – so our liver gets clogged and eventually fails!

My solution:

  • Slowly reduce your sugar/fructose intake (sugar is 1/2 fructose).
  • Slowly reduce eating processed foods (almost everything has fructose – it’s labeled 50 different ways.) Eliminate bread, pasta etc. It’s been found that carbs are sometimes converted to fructose – and they’re always converted to FAT if you don’t burn them immediately. So unless you’re about to run a marathon, keep carbs below 50 (unless they have fiber).
  • Start using stevia – it’s a natural sugar substitute (you’ll get used to the taste once your body detoxes).
  • Shorten your eating window to 8 hours (11am to 7pm for instance). Your bodies muscles will run out of glycogen in the middle of the night and will switch to burning it’s own fat. (burn fat while you sleep!)
  • Do some exercise in the morning – Even if it’s just 5 to 15 minutes of jogging in place with a rebounder or on an exercise mat (you’ll be burning mostly FAT!) and rev your metabolism up for hours.
  • Don’t start eating solid food until 11am (or later). You can have a very low calorie smoothie, tea, or better yet, my detox drink.
  • Start taking a multi-vitamin, A separate vitamin D3 and omega 3 (from ground flax seeds) in your smoothie or in my 11am pancake breakfast
  • Buy a good probiotic and take it on an empty stomach. It will stop sugar cravings and heal your gut.
  • Eat more fiber – add a salad to each meal so that the fiber absorbs the fat in the food and sweeps it out of your body along with other toxins.
  • Don’t like some vegetables? Try this superfood drink that saves you from having to buy organic fruits and vegetables (better than juicing!)

Pretty simple stuff – and, although it’s just my suggestions (check with your own doctor), I’m sure you’ll agree that it makes sense – if you’ve watched the video series above… You have watched it – right?

 

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8 hour Eating Window (daily fasting) Helps You Burn Fat.

  • Summary: Scientists have found that eating during an 8hr window (daily fasting) overrides the adverse health effects of a high-fat diet; prevents obesity, diabetes and liver disease in a mice 2012 study. Since then many people online have confirmed this and have lost weight. It seems that the body needs time between meals to burn fat – and when you don’t give your liver enough time to do this, it simply stores most of the calories as fat.

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These images of liver tissue show the difference in fat accumulation between two groups of mice fed a high-fat diet. A mouse allowed to eat 24 hours a day (left) had much higher levels of liver fat (white) than one restricted to an 8-hour daily feeding window (right).

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It turns out that WHEN we eat may be as important as WHAT we eat. Scientists at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies have found that regular eating times and extending the daily fasting period may override the adverse health effects of a high-fat diet and prevent obesity, diabetes and liver disease in mice.

In a paper published May 17 in Cell Metabolism, scientists from Salk’s Regulatory Biology Laboratory reported that mice limited to eating during an 8-hour period are healthier than mice that eat freely throughout the day, regardless of the quality and content of their diet. The study sought to determine whether obesity and metabolic diseases result from a high-fat diet or from disruption of metabolic cycles.

“It’s a dogma that a high-fat diet leads to obesity and that we should eat frequently when we are awake,” says Satchidananda Panda, an associate professor in the Regulatory Biology Laboratory and senior author of the paper. “Our findings, however, suggest that regular eating times and fasting for a significant number of hours a day might be beneficial to our health.”

Panda’s team fed two sets of mice, which shared the same genes, gender and age, a diet comprising 60 percent of its calories from fat (like eating potato chips and ice-cream for all your meals). One group of mice could eat whenever they wanted, consuming half their food at night (mice are primarily nocturnal) and nibbling throughout the rest of the day. The other group was restricted to eating for only eight hours every night; in essence, fasting for about 16 hours a day. Two control groups ate a standard diet comprising about 13 percent of calories from fat under similar conditions.

After 100 days, the mice who ate fatty food frequently throughout the day gained weight and developed high cholesterol, high blood glucose, liver damage and diminished motor control, while the mice in the time-restricted feeding group weighed 28 percent less and showed no adverse health effects despite consuming the same amount of calories from the same fatty food. Further, the time-restricted mice outperformed the ad lib eaters and those on a normal diet when given an exercise test.

“This was a surprising result,” says Megumi Hatori, a postdoctoral researcher in Panda’s laboratory and a first author of the study. “For the last 50 years, we have been told to reduce our calories from fat and to eat smaller meals and snacks throughout the day. We found, however, that fasting time is important. By eating in a time-restricted fashion, you can still resist the damaging effects of a high-fat diet, and we did not find any adverse effects of time-restricted eating when eating healthy food.”

Hatori cautioned that people should not jump to the conclusion that eating lots of unhealthy food is alright as long as we fast. “What we showed is under daily fasting the body can fight unhealthy food to a significant extent,” she says. “But there are bound to be limits.”

Obesity is a major health challenge in many developed countries, reaching global pandemic proportions. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than one-third of American adults and 17 percent of youth are obese. Obesity increases the risk of a number of health conditions including: high blood pressure, high cholesterol and type 2 diabetes. Lifestyle modifications, including eating a healthy diet and daily exercise, are first-line interventions in the fight against obesity. The Salk study suggests another option for preventing obesity by preserving natural feeding rhythms without altering dietary intake.

Scientists have long assumed that the cause of diet-induced obesity in mice is nutritional; however, the Salk findings suggest that the spreading of caloric intake through the day may contribute, as well, by perturbing metabolic pathways governed by the circadian clock and nutrient sensors.

The Salk study found the body stores fat while eating and starts to burn fat and breakdown cholesterol into beneficial bile acids only after a few hours of fasting. When eating frequently, the body continues to make and store fat, ballooning fat cells and liver cells, which can result in liver damage. Under such conditions the liver also continues to make glucose, which raises blood sugar levels. Time-restricted feeding, on the other hand, reduces production of free fat, glucose and cholesterol and makes better use of them. It cuts down fat storage and turns on fat burning mechanisms when the animals undergo daily fasting, thereby keeping the liver cells healthy and reducing overall body fat.

The daily feeding-fasting cycle activates liver enzymes that breakdown cholesterol into bile acids, spurring the metabolism of brown fat — a type of “good fat” in our body that converts extra calories to heat. Thus the body literally burns fat during fasting. The liver also shuts down glucose production for several hours, which helps lower blood glucose. The extra glucose that would have ended up in the blood — high blood sugar is a hallmark of diabetes — is instead used to build molecules that repair damaged cells and make new DNA. This helps prevent chronic inflammation, which has been implicated in the development of a number of diseases, including heart disease, cancer, stroke and Alzheimer’s. Under the time-restricted feeding schedule studied by Panda’s lab, such low-grade inflammation was also reduced.

“Implicit in our findings,” says Panda, “is that the control of energy metabolism is a finely-tuned process that involves an intricate network of signaling and genetic pathways, including nutrient sensing mechanisms and the circadian system. Time-restricted feeding acts on these interwoven networks and moves their state toward that of a normal feeding rhythm.”

Amir Zarrinpar, a co-first author on the paper from the University of California San Diego, said it was encouraging that a simple increase in daily fasting time prevented weight gain and the onset of disease. “Otherwise, this could have been only partly achieved with a number of different pills and with adverse side effects,” he says.

The multimillion-dollar question is what these findings mean for humans. Public health surveys on nutrition have focused on both the quality and quantity of diet, but they have inherent flaws such as sampling bias, response bias and recall errors that make the results questionable. Thus, says Panda, with the current data it is difficult to connect when we eat, what we eat with how much weight we gain.

“The take-home message,” says Panda, “is that eating at regular times during the day and overnight fasting may prove to be beneficial, but, we will have to wait for human studies to prove this.”

The good news, he adds, is that most successful human lifestyle interventions were first tested in mice, so he and his team are hopeful their findings will follow suit. If following a time-restricted eating schedule can prevent weight gain by 10 to 20 percent, it will be a simple and effective lifestyle intervention to contain the obesity epidemic.

Other researchers on the study were Christopher Vollmers, Amir Zarrinpar, Luciano DiTacchio, Shubhroz Gill, Mathias Leblanc, Amandine Chaix, Matthew Joens and James A.J. Fitzpatrick, from the Salk Institute; and Eric A. Bushong and Mark H. Ellisman, of the University of California, San Diego.

This work was partially supported by the Pew Scholars Program in Biomedical Sciences, NIH grant R01DK091618 to M.M., Sanofi Discovery Innovation Grant, and Anderson Foundation support to S.P.; JSPS fellowship to M.H.; Blasker Science and Technology Grant Award to C.V.; NIH grant T32DK007202 to A.Z.; and NIGMS grant 8P41GM103412 to M.H.E.

Lastly: I’ve found that the best 8 hour window for me is to eat my 3 meals at 11am, 3pm and 7pm. Before 11 I do have a tea with stevia or my detox drink, and in between meals I have water with lemon and stevia or green tea… etc. I’ve noticed that I sleep more soundly, and wake up without headaches (which I had when I ate within 3 hours of going to sleep.

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Simple Low Carb Pancakes!

I don’t know about you, but I really miss a good plate of PANCAKES for breakfast!

Well, last week I saw a PBS special explaining how important getting enough omega3 is for your health… and how important it is to get 3000 milligrams a day!

I’ve been taking pills, but she recommended using organic cold milled golden flax – in smoothies… But I had a better idea, you guessed it, PANCAKES!

I soon found that not all flax is the same though… To make good low carb pancakes (1 effective carb) you need to start with organic cold-milled golden flax (I recommend the one in the picture above).

You can get really fancy with the recipe, but I just use a fork and whip up an egg with a few teaspoons of water, two tablespoons of flax, cinnamon to taste and a dash of salt.

Then cook a large pancake on a frying pan with a little olive or coconut oil or make 3 smaller pancakes (easier to flip) – in low heat.

Once on the plate you can use the best sugar free maple syrup I’ve ever tasted… (click image for details).

I like these pancakes so much, that I’ve made them without the cinnamon and used them as a tortilla for burritos! It’s great for when you want a quick bread-like texture… Give it a try and let me know how you use flax…

Till next time…

George

 

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Free Body Weight Routine Video

The larger your muscles, the more calories you’ll burn. Do this routine just 3 times a week and you’ll develop a habit that is the difference between fit people and the average joe or jane – You don’t want to be an average joe or jane – right?

A word of warning. Many people stop because of muscle pain. THIS IS NORMAL for the first week or so… You see, the muscles you haven’t used much will feel sore – that’s why it’s important to only do muscle exercises 3 to 4 times a week, so you can give your muscles a day or two to repair the tears that occur naturally (that’s how muscles grow). It’s a good thing!

The key to life is developing the right HABITS!

Do this 3 times a week – EVERY WEEK – no matter what! Habits take only 2 to 3 weeks to develop. Don’ just watch the video – DO IT! Soon you’ll start seeing results. You’ll feel better, have more energy, you’ll be stronger (less tendency to fall and injure yourself) plus, your clothes will fit better.

Combine this with the rebounding routine on the off days for even faster weight loss – but all this is optional. Only do any of this after getting your doctors permission (of course).

Remember, consistency is the key! You didn’t put on all that weight in just a few weeks, so don’t expect the weight to come off (and stay off) just because you dieted for 3 weeks! That’s why diet’s don’t work – you stop dieting!

Only by developing a routine: Watch your carbs ALL THE TIME so you can cheat once a week (it’s actually good – but just once a week!).

So let’s go over this again. Do this routine until you develop a habit even if your muscles hurt (which is normal). Soon you’ll see your body transforming into the person you deserve to be.

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2 Minute Detox Exercise For Low Carb Diets


Rebounding for as little as 2 minutes helps your lymphatic system drain toxins from your body!

This is GREAT news! As you know, one of the major problems with losing weight is that your body stores toxins in your fat cells. Well, by simply jogging on a small trampoline like the one shown here, you can wake-up, jog for a few minutes, and know that you’ve helped your body move toxins that have been trapped in your lymphatic system out to your digestive system and out of your body!

If you’re not aware, the Lymphatic system is larger than your cardiovascular system! But, unlike your blood vessels that bring oxygen to your cells with the help of a pump (your heart), the Lymphatic system only works when you MOVE! It’s like a hose that has one-way valves in it, so water only gets out when you shake it.

What’s GREAT about rebounding for people losing weight is that it’s a low impact way to jog and have fun at the same time. I don’t know about you but I think treadmills and stationary bikes are boring… and expensive! Plus, the rebounder I recommend here also comes with resistance bands and a pedometer and even FREE SHIPPING!

Amazingly, rebounders are also a great way to build muscle without lifting weights! Think about it? Every time you jog (or just bounce) every  muscle in your body is fighting gravity. Plus, you work out many more muscles when you’re keeping your balance than with any other exercise – and it’s actually  fun to do even while watching TV, or listening to music, which is what I like to do. Lastly, it’s stores under your bed!

I highly recommend this particular  rebounder because it works great in combination with my DIY detox recipe… So, no matter what the weather is outside… you can exercise for as little as 2 minutes a few times a day and get a great low impact workout that helps you detox at the same time! give it a try and see for yourself.

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Liver Detox Recipe Helps Low Carb Diets!

liver-detox-recipeAfter watching the amazing video series “The Skinny On Obesity” (click after reading this) I found out that about 1/3 of us have a non-alcoholic fatty liver without even knowing it! This can be a MAJOR reason why so many millions of people today are having trouble losing weight today.

Similar to alcohol induced liver disease, non-alcoholic fatty liver is just as serious, but caused mainly from eating too many products with HFCS (High Fructose Corn Syrup) – in fact, we went from eating ZERO to 60 lbs a year! No wonder most people (60%) are overweight in this country!

We don’t realize it, but HFCS is in almost everything we eat today: Most packaged foods, sweets, sodas and energy drinks (unless they’re organic) contain HFCS as well as most fast food. But did you know it’s also in pizza sauce, salad dressing, ketchup and thousands of non-sweet food products… Why? because products with HFCS don’t tell you’re brain when you’ve eaten enough – so you keep eating (and buying) more and more! Plus, it makes almost anything taste better (so lower quality ingredients can be used).

So how did this happen? In the 70’s, Earl Butz, the Secretary of Agriculture under Presidents Richard Nixon, changed the US Agriculture policy to massively subsidize corn production in the US, AND scientists also figured out how to make HFCS in the lab from corn. This “coincidence” made fructose VERY cheap! So cheap that it’s now put in virtually ALL processed foods because it is virtually free AND massively improves the flavor of most foods.

But the MAJOR problem with eating so much HFCS is that it can ONLY be processed by the liver! This has caused our liver to have to work overtime processing HFCS along with the thousands of toxins, pesticide residues, food additives etc… so it has little time to burn our fat stores. In fact, some of the toxins we eat are so bad that the only way to protect us from them is to CREATE fat to store it in until it has time to process it – but it’s so busy, we just keep storing more and more fat!

So I started researching for a good liver detox product, and actually found several simple detox recipes people say works great for detoxing the blood and your overall digestive system… You can search Google yourself and you’ll find several similar recipes. The best one I found was the one below but as with everything on this site, please check with your doctor or professional first… Here is the detox recipe:

In an 8 oz glass of water add:

  • 2 tablespoons of lemon juice (best from a real lemon)
  • 1 tablespoon of organic apple cider vinegar
  • 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon
  • 1 dash of cayenne pepper (to taste)
  • Stevia (to taste)

Amazingly, the apple cider vinegar with the lemon juice and the cinnamon helps it taste better than it sounds!

Take it first thing in the morning without having eaten anything solid after dinner (water with lemon and stevia is ok). Actually, you should get into the habit of not eating after dinner everyday. I only eat solid food between the hours of 11am and 7pm. I do this to give my liver the time it needs to cleanse, and tap my fat stores all night long.

After you do this detox ( for a few days) you should consider a great new alternative to juicing… which I tried to do but was way too time consuming.

What’s better than juicing? Taking Boku Superfoods (green bag above). It’s an amazing combination of fruits, vegetables, medicinal mushrooms, probiotics, fiber and more!

Boku Superfood has more variety than I could ever find.. Plus, it’s much easier (and cheaper) than buying all the organic produce, and then having to wash, cut, peel,  juice – and then clean the juicer… for an hour. now, I just put a cap-full of Boku Superfood in a glass of hot water with garlic powder (I prefer it as a soup) and drink it down – all in under a minute!

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P.S. Don’t be surprised if you feel a little bad for a day or two – remember you’re detoxing… Just make sure you’ve taken the pro-biotics I wrote about earlier for about a week first before detoxing… Then make sure you go the bathroom often so your intestines don’t reabsorb them.

 

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Insomnia Supplement Helps You Lose Weight And Stop Cravings

Magnolia Bark is amazing for insomnia, weight loss and lowering the hunger hormone ghrelin.

You see, the first 5 hours of sleep are VERY important for your body. If you don’t sleep the first 5 hours without interruption, you’ll be hurting your body’s ability to regenerate and most likely wake up hungry.

Magnolia Bark  helps calm you down to get a restful sleep. I use it every night in combination with my feeding cycle of eating only between the hours of 11am and 7pm (although I have a 20 calorie superfood drink in the morning – which I’ll be posting about next.

One interesting fact I learned in my online research on weight loss is that most people that don’t sleep well gain weight!

The reason insomnia makes you gain weight is that it stops your body from tapping it’s fat stores (which your body does naturally when your liver runs out of glucose). Not only that, but it also causes the hunger hormone ghrelin to increase prematurely (it thinks it’s morning).

What’s worse is that studies also show that people that don’t sleep well during the first 5 hours also tend to snack a lot after dinner or worse, eat at night! That makes a lot of sense to me, because your body can’t sleep well if it’s still digesting food. That’s one reason why I stop eating after my 7pm dinner… It gives my body the time it needs to wind down for a good night’s sleep and empty its liver glucose stores so that I’m burning fat all night long!

Another thing that helps you sleep soundly is to make sure you’re not leaving the TV or Radio on! And make sure the room is dark and not overly warm. The body naturally lowers its body temperature during the night.

So start sleeping soundly with  Magnolia Bark and help your body burn fat all night long! I take it every night!

 

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Chia Seeds Help Low Carb Diets Work Better!

Chia seeds are an AMAZING superfood for low carb dieters… (2 tablespoons have just 1 effective carb!)

Once a staple food of the Aztecs,  you could actually live off chia almost entirely – which is why I buy it in bulk (3lb bags) because they can be stored for years, making them GREAT for an emergency food supply – but that’s another story…

What makes chia seeds great for low carb diets, is that, as you know, protein doesn’t have fiber – so you know what that means… constipation!

Chia seeds help you be regular plus it helps you eliminate (literrally) fat and toxins much faster! Did you know that people who don’t eat enough fiber (most of us) don’t eliminate the waste – and reabsorb it into the body! Yuk!

But what makes it a superfood? Here are the amazing facts:

  • Chia seeds are 20% protein! with 19 amino acids, including ALL of the essential amino acids except taurine!
  • Chia seeds are gluten free!
  • They are high in dietary fiber!
  • They are 20% Omega 3! (more than salmon!)
  • They are high in antioxidants (four times higher ORAC value than blueberries!)
  • Contain five times more calcium than milk!
  • Contain seven times more vitamin C than oranges!
  • Contain three times more iron than spinach!
  • Contain twice the potassium content of bananas!
  • Helps balance blood glucose levels.
  • Absorbs 9 times their weight in water (keeping you hydrated longer!)
  • They form a tapioca-like gel that can be used to make soups, deserts, smoothies or any sauce thicker!
  • Best of all: they’re flavorless! So you can add them to ANYTHING!
  • Unlike flax seeds, they don’t need to be ground – so they’re very easy to use!

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This Probiotic Curbs Sugar Cravings And Helps You Eat 10% Less

Did you know that most people have an overgrowth of bad bacteria that make you crave sweets? It’s true! Plus, in most people these sugar craving bacteria cause you to eat 10% more! Well here is the simple solution…

The solution? Nexabiotic 20-strain Multi-probiotic.

Eating yogurt isn’t good enough anymore because most yogurts are pasteurized today! Plus, with all the antibiotics we low carb dieters  eat, plus the chemicals in the water etc, we’re constantly killing the good bacteria – and must replenish them daily.

That’s why I use Nexabiotic 20-strain Multi-probiotic The multi-strain approach is the secret that helps people kill the bad bacteria and replace it with a multitude of  good bacteria let’s your cells get the nutrition they need from the vitamins and minerals you eat.

Give This Probiotic A Try Today!

 

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Garcinia Cambogia Blocks Carbs, Curbs Emotional Eating & More…


Garcinia Cambogia is AMAZING for low carb dieters (or anyone today) because it blocks CARBS, stops sugar cravings and much more!

The reason ALL diets fail is because you can’t be on a diet all your life! The trick is to find the secrets that let you eat healthier and not feel deprived.

Low carb diets work mainly because they eliminate the main problem today – foods that raise your insulin!

Unfortunately, most foods that raise your insulin are the foods most people crave: pizza, bread, rice, potatoes, spaghetti, SODA, cake, cookies, chips… and on and on and on…

Fortunately, Dr. Oz recently reviewed and approved a wonderful natural supplement: Garcinia Cambogia (on the left)

It’s great because it blocks carbs from the foods you can’t eat on a low carb diet: Pizza, Bread, Cake, Chips, etc.

How Does It Work?

The HCA extract from Garcinia Cambogia aids in weight loss by inhibiting a key enzyme that your body needs to make fat from carbohydrates: Citrate lyase.

Usually carbohydrates or sugars that are not used immediately raises insulin which converts it and stored it as fat. But Garcinia Cambogia inhibits citrate lyase and this fat-making process is halted!

Garcinia Cambogia also suppresses appetite by increasing serotonin levels in your brain, improving your mood and suppressing the drive to eat! This also helps your body know it’s ok to release and use stored fat for energy.

By simply taking 1 to 3 tablets of the patented Garcinia Cambogia 30 minutes before meals, you’ll be helping yourself lose weight and till eat more carbs than you should. I use it mainly at lunchtime and on my weekly cheat day, so I never feel deprived!

 

My Number 1 Recommendation Is: Garcinia Cambogia – Give It A Try!

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