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    By Health Blog on July 21, 2009 | 5 Comments5 Comments  Comments

    Supplements for weight loss help weight loss as they contribute to the regulation of metabolism, and helping to accelerate the biological processes. The dose of supplements to lose weight will depend on the particularities of each person.

    The function of the liver break down and metabolize fat, helping to eliminate this. Some nutritional factors improve the ability of the liver to break down and metabolize fat foods are very important components of weight loss plans.
    Lipotropic agents: choline, inositol and methionine

    Ideal to prevent accumulation of fat in the liver and improve its metabolism. Methionine is important to neutralize the free radicals that are produced from the metabolism of fats and helps to maintain a continuous decline in weight to avoid the stagnation that often occurs within two weeks of starting a program to lose weight. We recommend taking 30 to 60 minutes before three main meals with juice or vegetable broth.
    Garcinia Cambogia for weight loss

    The Garcinia is a citrus fruit native to India and Asia. The active ingredient is an organic acid, called acid hidroxítrico (extract from the shell). Were assigned the following properties, reduces the conversion of carbohydrates to fat (lipogenesis inhibition), helps lower cholesterol, is an appetite suppressant and some authors note that can increase the production of body heat (burning more calories this way) . Hidroxítrico acid is a natural compound and secure and it is in the market in the form of capsules or tablets.
    Flax seed oil weight loss

    The oil from linseed (Flax seed oil) contains essential fatty acids (omega 3 alpha linolenic acid) that help to increase the basal metabolic rate, consuming more calories and burn fat. Essential fatty acids are good sources of energy, a key step for the transport of oxygen to the cells and building blocks of hormones and cell membranes of cells in our body.

    The following foods can be found essential fatty acids: fish such as salmon, trout, mackerel, croaker, sardines and Atlantic bluefin tuna. You can mix sesame seeds and sunflower to balance and get the 2 omega. Or mix equal parts oil linseed (flax seed oil) rich in omega 3 with virgin olive oil.

    The linseed oil can be found in liquid form (which must be in a black bottle to the light not be denatured and stored in refrigeration) or in capsules 1000 milligrams. I recommend taking it in liquid form that is easier, because the capsules are large and have to take many to make the equivalent of 1 tablespoon, taken once a day, which is what is recommended.

    One tablespoon is equivalent to 6 to 8 capsules 1000 milligrams.
    Lecithin (choline fosfatidil) Slimming

    Lecithin (lecithin) or fosfatidil hill (Phosphatidyl choline) is a natural complex of phospholipids (related to the triglycerides) and main source of choline (choline) on the complex B.

    Lecithin is found in every cell of the body (key component in the cell membrane). Its greatest concentration is in vital organs like the liver, kidneys, brain and heart.

    Fundamental functions such as production of acetylcholine in the brain, used for the natural chemical nerve transmission. In bile, lecithin acts as a “soap” that dissolves the fat digestion and absorption.

    In the bloodstream to help control cholesterol, preventing it adheres to artery walls (atherosclerosis) and transport fat and cholesterol as part of the protein responsible for the metabolism of fats called lipoproteins (LDL-DHL-VLDL) and chylomicrons .

    In the intestine to aid the absorption of vitamin A, vitamin D and has influence in other fat-soluble nutrients like vitamin K and vitamin E.

    Lecithin acts on the body as “emulsifies” the nature of the molecule, which may involve water and fat. A portion of the molecule attracts grease and also attracts water. This feature is crucial in the transport of cholesterol through the arteries and prevent plaque formation (which reduced the light of the artery produced as atherosclerosis and stroke).

    Sources of lecithin are soybeans, maize, liver, cauliflower, cabbage and egg yolk. Also used as an additive in chocolate, desserts, salad dressing for salads, baked foods and emulsifies in the manufacture of chocolate, margarine and ice cream. With the current food, highly processed, some people do not receive the proper amount of lecithin to the functions of the body.

    If you want to add lecithin as a supplement in your daily diet, look at the label the name fosfatidil hill (Phosphatidyl choline). Some products are sold as natural but contain lecithin choline chloride (choline chloride) which is synthetic.

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