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Green Coffee Premium Effectiveness

Green Coffee Premium Effectiveness

How effective is Green Coffee Premium?

The word effectiveness means producing the decided, decisive or desired effect. Green Coffee Premium have clinically proven to be effective in promoting weight loss and maintaining a healthy heart. Chlorogenic acid contained in green coffee bean extract helps to burn body fat by elevating the body’s temperature through a process called thermogensis.

Green coffee bean extract is known for its anti-oxidant, hypotensive, anti-inflammatory and anti-obesity properties. It contains a rich source of plant-derived antioxidants and several polyphenols, which helps reduce free oxygen radicals in the body. The two most prominent acids are chlorogenic acid and caffeic acid.Bottle

 

Clinical Study – Green Coffee Premium

A study was conducted on 16 people (with a body mass index between 25% and 30%) within an age group of 22 to 46 years old. These participants were given Green coffee bean extract along with their high fat diet. Without a significant change in their physical activities, the study concluded after 22 weeks that they lost an average of seventeen pounds each, which broke down to a 10.5% reduction in overall body weight and a 17% loss in body fat.  These results are consistent with other human and animal studies.

Green Coffee Premium – Key Ingredient

Chlorogenic acid is not easily absorbed by the small intestine and is not detected in plasma after ingestion.It helps increase the body’s metabolism by altering the way the glucose is absorbed by the body, thus aiding the burning of fat cells effectively and promoting weight loss. During the process called glycogenolysis, the G6P enzyme releases free glucose into the bloodstream which gets circulated to the various parts of the body.  If this process is inhibited, the body will be forced to convert the fat cells instead of glucose for energy production. This reduces blood glucose levels thus reducing the risk of diabetes and also reduces the number of fat stores.

Chlorogenic acid found in Green Coffee Beans has also shown results in treating hypertension.  By neutralizing free radicals and absorbing free oxygen radicals, they behave as antioxidants thus preventing the degeneration of the cell membrane and slowing down the  ageing process. They have shown to inhibit lipid and LDL degradation, thereby promoting optimal cardiovascular health. The caffeic acids act as a stimulant and boosts the energy levels.

Unlike roasted coffee beans where the chlorogenic acid is completely removed (owing the heating process upto 500 degree Fahrenheit), and rich in caffeine content pure green coffee bean extract that used in Green Coffee Premium contain low level of caffeine and hence does not  cause any stimulating or anxious effects and is completely safe to use.

Green Coffee Premium –  Health Benefits

When taken in supplements of 400 mg capsules 3 times day (before food)  these extracts helps reduce risk factors for cardiovascular disease, stabilizes blood sugar levels controlling type 2 diabetes and helps to improves overall health.

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Benefits of Bikram: Introduction to Heated Yoga

Benefits of Bikram: Introduction to Heated Yoga

Enhanced flexibility

Finding the right exercise program that keeps you challenged and motivated is the key to maintain a health and fitness.  Yoga is a way of life for many people in eastern cultures and has gained significant popularity in the west as well. One reason may be that the yoga poses are both simple and challenging, and movement is slow and intentional.  Yoga is a terrific workout as well as a means to relieve stress and increase flexibility.  As an introduction to heated yoga or Bikram Yoga, it is relevant to note that the sequence of 26 poses based used are taken from the Hatha yoga while what is added is a setting that is heated to 105 degrees at 40% humidity. This combination of heat, moisture and structured poses enhances flexibility, mobility and increases the fitness benefits of yoga.

Exercising at in a room that is 10% above human body temperature has its benefits. The concept of heating muscles is not a new one.  Fitness trainers across many disciplines recommend that participants warm-up before strenuous exercise to prepare muscles, heart and lungs for the required additional performance output.  Similarly, arthritic patients often benefit from swimming or doing aqua aerobics in a pool that is heated to room temperature to add flexibility of movement in sore joints. The principles are similar for heated yoga.

For beginners experiencing an introduction to heated yoga, several relevant tips aid the participation in this form of exercise.  Knowing how to dress, what to eat and drink before, during and after the class ensures how they can manage the challenges of Bikram yoga. The recommendation is to wear as little clothing as possible and definitely made of materials that allow for airflow and wicking of sweat.  Eating a light protein meal that can include smoothies, fruit and juices will help prepare the body to sustain the typical 90-minute heated yoga session.

Consistent rehydration with water before, during and after Bikram yoga and adding salt or lemon will help replenish water and electrolytes lost during training. A heated yoga workout should be followed with a light and healthy meal that includes fruits, whole grains and water, even when not thirsty. If participating in heated yoga sessions a few times per week, it may be necessary to increase intake of vitamin B complex that is lost through sweat. Using these tips will help make the introduction to heated yoga more enjoyable.

The sequence of 26 poses used in Bikram yoga is based on Hatha yoga and will be familiar to anyone who has practiced traditional yoga disciplines.  Regardless of prior experience, it is always beneficial to stay alert and focused on the instructions being given during each session.  As each day differs one from the other, so also do yoga sessions.  Instructions or images provided by the instructor during a session can help a participant push through previously perceived limits experienced in a traditional yoga session.  Having an experienced guide who knows how much further a pose can be extended due to the added flexibility achieved by the heated sessions is critical to a successful session.

The benefits abound from an introduction to heated yoga to showcase the ability to master physical and perceived mental limitations. The increased temperature increases heart rate, breathing rate, metabolism as well as physical flexibility.  Taking on the challenge of yoga poses while embracing the benefits of heat will give the beginner the right attitude to succeed in the first of many Bikram yoga sessions.

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Is Coffee Good or Bad for You?

Is Coffee Good or Bad for You?

The Western world could be said almost to be divided into two different types of people: the tea drinkers and the coffee drinkers, with most agreeing that the latter outweigh the former. It could well be the caffeine content of these drinks which makes them so popular, and whilst we may feel we are not addicted, most of us certainly like a cup of tea or coffee first thing to help us get going in the morning. Caffeine is a mild stimulant and helps to keep us alert and able to concentrate, and is not known to have any harmful effects on health, even in the considerable quantities that some people consume. You will know if you have had too much since you become more irritable or jittery and may have trouble sleeping.

The coffee bean contains numerous different chemicals and probably not all have been identified and closely studied but the body of evidence seems to indicate that the benefit of drinking coffee outweighs the disadvantages. A good deal of the health benefits can certainly be attributed to the high antioxidant content, and the results of various studies that have suggested reductions in the risk of developing:

  • diabetes type 2
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • kidney stones
  • gall stones
  • cirrhosis of the liver
  • Alzheimer’s Disease
  • loss of cognitive function.

Nine studies showed that, out of a total of more than 193,000 people, those who said they drank more than six or seven cups of coffee daily were over 30% less likely to have type 2 diabetes than those who drank less than two cups a day. There was a proportionally smaller benefit of 28% lower risk for those who drank 4-6 cups a day. The benefit here might be due to the amounts of magnesium and chromium contained in coffee which help the body use the hormone insulin and thus effectively control blood sugar levels.

With regard to cardiovascular disease there seems to be some conflicting evidence and opinion about coffee’s benefits or otherwise.

Since type 2 diabetes predisposes to heart disease and stroke the effect here of coffee is certainly beneficial. In addition, coffee has been linked to lower risks for heart rhythm disturbances (another heart attack and stroke risk factor) in men and women, and lower risk for strokes in women. However, some possible detrimental effects of coffee in relation to cardiovascular disease have been suggested by studies that have shown a raising of cholesterol levels attributed to some chemical compounds contained in coffee, and also that there may be some disturbance of muscle tone in the walls of blood vessels.

It has been suggested that drinking a lot of coffee can have a laxative effect, causing the bowels to expel waste before all nutrients have been extracted from food, and also causing unnecessary loss of water and dehydration.

Some reports also state that gastro-intestinal irritation and/or heartburn can occur as a result of drinking coffee. Another, indirect problem of drinking a lot of coffee is down to the fact that some people add a lot of milk, sugar,  and even whipped cream or chocolate sauce, adding significantly to the calorific load.

It seems as though the jury is still out regarding this question, but most health experts believe that coffee consumption in moderation does us no harm and may even convey slight benefit.

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Foods to Avoid as Much as Possible

Foods to Avoid as Much as Possible

Much of our food these days is bought in the supermarket rather than in local shops stocking local produce as used to be the case. We no longer have to visit the butcher, fishmonger, grocer, and bakery, since everything we need is all there in one big place. The problem is though that fresh food has been relegated to one or two areas of the supermarket, whilst manufactured and processed foods take up the vast majority of the shelf space and people buy this stuff in vast quantities, often because it is attractively packaged, or touted as healthy, or because it is quick and easy to prepare. These kinds of convenience foods, canned and packet products, and ready-made meals, are far from good for us because they can contain too much sugar, too much salt, and various chemicals for colour, flavour, and preservative effect.

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Coping During a Yeast Infection

Coping During a Yeast Infection

Yeast infections are uncomfortable and sometimes painful infections that women get when there is not enough good bacteria keeping the infection away.  This can be caused by several things; antibiotics, excess moisture.  No matter what the reason you have the yeast infection, all you want to do is get rid of it.

Using YeastClear can be the answer you have been waiting for.  YeastClear will do exactly what it says; clear up your yeast infection and the symptoms that are associate with it.  Women have reported that their infection cleared up quickly and because of the added nutrients found in YeastClear they felt better and healthier overall.  Try YeastClear to treat your next yeast infection and I am sure you will never use anything else again.

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