Losing weight can be really hard. It takes discipline and sacrifice. That is why any shortcuts that can help people reach their weight and health goals are so highly sought-after.
The key is finding shortcuts that are effective in the short and long run, and, of course, that do not have any nasty side effects, which is often almost impossible to find in the supplements industry.
Frankly speaking, the supplements industry has some dirty secrets, and it’s not so easy to see through them. Last week I examined Green Coffee Bean Extract and in this article, I will go through some of the most important research conducted about Garcinia cambogia, a popular weight loss supplement.
Garcinia cambogia, also known as Garcinia gummi-gutta, Malabar tamarind, brindleberry, and kudam puli, is widely used as the newest and greatest natural weight-loss supplement. Read on to find out whether it could be an effective option to aid you in your weight-loss journey, or if it is just a waste of money.…
When it comes to weight loss, the routine is difficult and tedious. Diet and exercise, while foolproof, is tedious and it can take a long time to see results.
So it is completely understandable when we look for shortcuts that will help us reach our weight loss goals. There is nothing wrong with shortcuts, as long as they work and don’t cause any other problems on the way.
If you are reading this, you are either curious about using Green Coffee Beans as a weight loss supplement, or you are already using it and want to see if it is all worth it.
Below, I examine the theory behind the use of Green Coffee Bean extract as a form of weight loss, as well as the existing research supporting and refuting the claims made on the bottle.
What is it about green coffee beans?
Green coffee bean extract is one of the most popular weight loss supplements in the market.…
Every year we hear about a multitude of new diets that promise to finally help us lose that stubborn weight, or that will help prevent cancers and cardiovascular illnesses. Some of them are based on new research on how the body works and how it processes food. Others are just fad diets. How can you tell the difference?
In 2016 I predict some of the emerging trends from over the last few years will become more mainstream, and others will slowly die out. Read on to find out what will likely become big, and get a head start regarding learning what the research says so far about their pros and cons.
The High-Fat Diet
2015 was a big year for the fat debate. New research emerged (or reemerged) that demonstrated how dietary fat doesn’t necessarily make you fat or cause health problems (1). Not everyone agrees, and many nutritionists and doctors believe that there is an oversimplification of the evidence that some of the research provides.…
Have you ever bought a supplement? Did it perform as expected or were you left wondering if it did anything at all? And where did you hear about the its magical properties? Was it perhaps an article you read on a hobby health care site? Or perhaps you got excited because TV’s Doctor Oz enthusiastically endorsed it?
The fact is there is a lot of money in supplements. Tim Ferris who got his start in life in the supplements industry gives some insight to the profit margins of 800% or more supplement sellers earn in his excellent book, “The Four Hour Work Week.” Wherever there is money there is a big incentive to sell, and the supplements business is all about the sale.
If a dieter looks at the label of a bottle of a bottle of garcinia cambogia pills, she will not find any mention of weight loss. But if she searches Google for it she will find it’s a miracle just waiting to be discovered.…
10 More Unhealthy Foods That People Think Are Healthy
One thing I will admit is that I am definitely guilty of not eating the right food from time to time. Anything from McDonalds to Burger King. The trick is to do it sparingly. Unless you are a top level athlete then there really should be no need to deprive yourself of unhealthy food once in a while (I suggest one cheat day a week to keep your sanity). Even though it is OK to relax once in awhile, some foods are actually presented as healthy despite having the opposite results. These foods wreak havoc on the days you are to be healthy.
Granola is often presented as having lots of fibre for us as well as having all the benefits of nuts. Combined with milk, it can sometimes become a staple of the regular breakfast along with toast. The problem with 90% of granola brands is that they have an abundance of sugar.…