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NATURAL WEIGHT MANAGEMENT SUPPORT

There is no magic bullet, no single product which can bust away all body fat, herbal supplements can help. In conjunction with regular exercise and a wise diet, the herbs can assist in the achievement of healthy weight goals.

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Seven Strategies That Can Help

Remember that there is no free ride in the weight loss game. There is no pizza and ice cream diet with a slender ending. And there is no single botanical or other agent that can make accumulated pounds magically disappear. Just as weight gain takes time, real weight loss is slow and steady, a couple of pounds per week. But in a few months, you can have a distinctly less plump, more pleasing body, if that is your goal. The above herbs can help to get you there.

While calorie regulation remains the primary means of controlling weight, seven other strategies can help greatly. These means of weight control can be achieved using natural plant-based substances, from various herbal teas to concentrated supplements.

No single approach to weight control works perfectly. Rather, maintaining proper weight is the result of lifestyle. The seven aspects of weight control here fit into a healthy lifestyle, and are easy to establish as regular daily habits.

            1. Thermogenesis (calorie burning)
            2. Diuresis (shedding water weight)
            3. Appetite suppression (calorie restriction)
            4. Satiety (inducing fullness)
            5. Fat sequestration (fat blocking)
            6. Carbohydrate inhibition (starch blocking)
            7. Glucose modification (reducing fat production)

These strategies for weight control are not theoretical. Currently, a substantial body of science supports each one. To date nobody has attempted to address all seven in a coordinated manner. Yet doing so will unquestionably result in superior weight maintenance, in conjunction with a healthy diet and moderate exercise.