How does Garcinia Cambogia works?
- Powerful Appetite Suppressant
- Excellent Metabolism Booster
- Prevent Fat Storage
- Lowering Blood Pressure
- Lowering Cholesterol
- Cures Gastric Issues
- Reduces Stomach Acidity
- Improves Serotonin Levels
- Positive Stimulant for Brain
Fat Blocking - Garcinia Cambogia Extract inhibit carbohydrates and sugars from being turned into fat rather than being used tight ways to create energy. As you might imagine, this can make the kilos seem to just melt away.
Appetite Suppression - Another way Garcinia Cambogia helps in by acting as a natural appetite suppressant. Your body feels full when taking it, which can cut down on your urges to eat.
Garcinia Cambogia inhibits citrate lyase enzyme in our body which is known to be an important catalyst in the metabolic process of converting excess carbohydrates into fat.
Garcinia Cambogia also helps increase your serotonin levels in your brain increasing your mood and helping you to reduce food cravings and helping you get better sleep.
How does Caralluma Fimbriata works?
Caralluma Fimbriata is a succulent star shaped plant that has been eaten in rural India for centuries. It is eaten raw as a vegetable, with spices or preserved in chutneys or pickles. It is also traditionally known in India as a famine food since it supposedly suppresses hunger and appetite. As a result of this, manufacturers of weight loss products are becoming increasingly interested in Caralluma Fimbriata and we are beginning to see it as a featured ingredient used by some weight loss supplements. This Indian plant is also used by tribesmen in India to stave off hunger while on long hunting trips.
How does it work?
Caralluma fimbriata contains a variety of chemical compounds including pregnane glycosides, flavonoid glycosides, magastigmane glycosides, and several others. It is the pregnane glycosides that are thought to have a role in suppressing appetite.
One of the main weight loss products that contain Caralluma Fimbriata is a product called Slimaluma.
The herbal supplement is safer and effective for controlling obesity through metabolic regulation. The mechanism of action includes appetite suppression, visceral fat mobilization and burning for energy, control of further fat deposits, controlled calorie absorption from gut especially carbohydrates. This combination of above action is what we consider the answer to obesity.
Alpha-glycosidase and Alpha-amylase enzymes found on the epithelium of small intestines as membrane bound. They catalyze the cleavage of glucose from disaccharides. These two enzymes are partially blocked by two herbal alkaloids. Hence a good amount of carbohydrates are not absorbed, this contributes to combat obesity by reduced calorie absorption.
Also the HCA-inhibiting lipogenesis, increasing lipid oxidation, and reducing food intake.
What is Coleus Forskohlii?
Plectranthus Barbatus, is a member of the mint family of herbs. Plectranthus Barbatus has a long-standing important role in Ayurveda, the traditional medicinal system of India. The roots of the plant contain a compound called forskolin. As such, coleus forskohlii and forskolin are often used interchangeably. Traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine to treat asthma and other ailments, for 1000's of years.
Forskolin shows antibacterial effects in laboratory and animal studies. For instance, mice infected with E. coli and treated with forskolin experienced a decrease in numbers of these bacteria. Forskolin has bronchodilation effects, and research with children and adults indicates it reduces asthma attacks. Forskolin has anti-inflammatory and antiplatelet properties that could have benefits for cardiovascular problems, and it has anti-cancer effects as well.
The mechanism of action of forskolin in weight loss is not known, but may involve the following activities based on in vitro data
* increase in cyclic AMP leading to activation of protein kinase which activates hormone-sensitive lipase (an enzyme involved in the breakdown of triglycerides), and a release of fatty acids from adipose tissue may result in enhanced thermogenesis, loss of body fat and theoretically increased lean body mass;
* thyroid stimulating action, possibly increasing metabolic rate and thermogenesis;
* regulate insulin secretion (affects fat and protein metabolism).