Wednesday, May 4, 2011

steps to Losing Weight

It's officially ridiculous: Every time we crash in front of our TVs after a long, hard day's work,

we're bombarded by countless infomercials revealing the newest line of fat-burning, abdominal crunching, body-sculpting, miracle-working machines.

Even those Suzanne Somers or Richard Simmons diet plans make us want to shoot ourselves for snacking on popcorn.

Well, we have news for all of you out there: Don't diet, and don't rush off to buy the next gimmick. Here's the real secret to losing weight: Just eat less.

Weight Loss Is About Sensibility

Sensibility is your new mantra. After all, doing everything sensibly in your life is the key to living well. You

don't need to feel trapped behind the prison of your own body anymore. All you need to do is control your portion sizes by eating less and eating sensibly.

You think that's easier said than done? Well, like all things in life, eating less is a learned experience and takes some practice and patience. Our problem nowadays is that we're too lazy to turn this practice into a perfectly balancedmeal plan.

"The problem for most people is that they maintain certain habits that make eating less quite difficult," says Pat Booth, assistant director of the Nutrition Services Department at the University of California San Francisco Medical Center.

Old habits are hard to break, however, tomorrow you'll be looking back at the "old" you and feeling good about the "new" you that's yet to come. Get our point? It also has a lot to do with your self-image. You must first change mentally in order to change physically.

African MangoMove over Weight Watchers  an exotic new superfruit called 'African Mango' has quickly become the hottest new way to lose weight. 
After one of America's most popular medical doctors and daytime TV talk show hosts calledAfrican Mango (mentioning no specific brand) a"miracle in your medicine cabinet that can help you lose 10 pounds," sales of the supplement have skyrocketed, making it now one of the most popular weight-loss product in America today. 
Internet searches reveal countless blog postingsand Facebook messages, calling African Mango, "The hottest new way to lose weight" and "a weight loss supplement without side effects."
Study: Reduces 12.3 Pounds of Body Fat Every 28 Days 
Beyond the success stories on social networking sites, new clinical research shows African Mango may indeed be the real deal when it comes to causing fast weight loss. 
According to a recent study published in the scientific journal Lipids in Health and Disease, African Mango extract helped men and women lose an average of 12.3 pounds of body fat in just 28 days without diet or exercise. 
What's more, those taking African Mango lost an average of over 2 inches of dangerous belly — and their bad LDL cholesterol, triglyceride, and glucose levels plummeted. 
Before Belly After
Test subjects taking African Mango lost an average of 2 inches of dangerous belly fat in 28 days without diet or exercise.
What Is African Mango, and How Does It Work? 
African MangoDespite the recent frenzy surrounding African Mango and its weight-loss benefits, the fruit has actually been used as a diet aid for centuries in Cameroon, Africam — the only place in the world where African Mango is grown. 
The brightly-colored tropical fruit is found exclusively in Cameroon's west-coastal rainforests. African mango, or bush mango, differs from other mango fruits in that it produces a peculiar seed, which natives of Cameroon refer to as "Dikka nuts." 
For hundreds of years, an extract from the seeds called irvingia gabonensis have been used among Cameroon villagers for its wide-ranging medicinal benefits, which range from reducing and preventing obesity to lowering cholestrol to regulating blood sugar to treating infections. 
Recommended by Leading Doctors for Safe Weight Loss 
While a popular weight-loss treatment in Africa, African Mango only recently became popular in America when on September 13, 2010, the slimming super fruit was featured on one of America's most popular TV shows.
On the show, the host, who is also one of America's preeminent medical doctors, called African Mango a "breakthrough supplement" and "a miracle in your medicine cabinet which can help you lose 10 pounds." 
Other leading doctors have similar high praise for African Mango. Dr. Judith Ngondi, a physician and professor of biochemistry at Cameroon's University of Yaounde, calls African Mango a highly effective natural alternative for reducing bodyfat and improving overall health. 
"Studies have shown supplementation [with African Mango extract] signficiantly reduced bodyweight, total blood cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, and triglycerides," says Dr. Ngondi. "Its use should be further encouraged for the purposes of control of dietary lipids as well as for weight reduction." 
Americans Swear by African Mango's Slimming Benefits 
TiffanyTiffany Watersona 30-year-old mother of three from St. Petersburg, Florida, says she's struggled with her weight for years before discovering African Mango.  "I gained 40 pounds with my last child, and I was already 25 pounds overweight," says Waterson. "So when I only lost 20 pounds of weight I had gained with that pregnacy, I then was 55 pounds overweight.
Waterson says she tried several diets and tried to stay away from the foods she loved, but nothing seemed to work. "I might have lost a few pounds," says Waterson, "but it would always come back."
Waterson says her breakthrough came six months ago, when she read an article highlighting the benefits of supplementing with African Mango before meals.
"I have been taking African Mango for six months now, and I am down 33.5 pounds," says Waterson. "All I have done is take the pills like the bottle says and drink plenty of water, and I don't eat past 8 p.m. I still eat what I have always eaten, just smaller portions. And now to tone my body up I'm doing light exercise, and I am loving my new body."
Jeffrey Kennedy, a 36-year-old journalist from Columbia, Missouri, says he's experienced similar weight-loss success with African Mango. 
"After just two weeks of using African Mango, I lost 22 pounds of fat, including a lot of fat off my gut," says Kennedy. "I'm amazed at how fast the weight is falling off me. Already my jean size has dropped from 36 to 34." 
Jeffrey Kennedy, a 36-year-old journalist from Columbia, Missouri, lost 22 pounds in 14 days while using African Mango.
Beware of Low-Quality African Mango from China 
With the recent publicity and fanfare surrounding African Mango, it's no surprise that sites are popping up all over the Internet claiming to offer African Mango at bargain-basement prices. 
However, according to a recent study published in the scientific journal Food And Chemical Toxicology, upward of 25 percent of the supplements imported from China are tainted with impurities and often have a mere fraction of the active ingredients litsted on their labels.
How To Find a Quality African Mango Product 
With dozens, if not hundreds, of African Mango products being sold online, selecting one that's worth your money can be a difficult and confusing endeavor. 
According to consumer and Better Business ratings, the 100% Pure African Mango product is considered one of the most effective and trustworthy, with laboratory tests certifying the product's potency and quality.
The website offers a 100% risk-free trial of the product, and the site doesn't try to fool customers into signing up for hidden offers or those controversial "auto-ship" programs.

1 comment:

  1. African Mango and its weight-loss benefits, the fruit has actually been used as a diet aid for centuries in Cameroon, African — the only place in the world where African Mango is grown.