You may know apple cider vinegar as a salad dressing, but did you know it can promote fat burning? Learn more about how this nutrient can promote weight management, digestive health and more from Amanda Williams, MPH.
Fitness and weight management are some of the most difficult topics to understand, though they are some of the most commonly researched. Find more information right here on our blog!
Working out is hard work! Whether you get up early, hit the gym during lunch, or pound the pavement before or after dinner, exercise takes time and dedication. That hard work also comes with significant rewards and health benefits. Just like there is a right way to exercise, there is also a right way to recover. After you are done sweating out toxins, burning fat, building muscle and strengthening bones, the body needs to refuel to heal torn muscle fibers and regenerate energy. Proteins contain amino acids, which repair and rebuild the structure and biochemistry of the body.
Obesity, besides increasing the risk of diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and cancer, also can take its toll on your knees, spine, and self image. Losing weight requires a combination of decreasing your calorie intake while stepping up or instituting an exercise regime. Many people are successful at loosing weight once they truly want too – keeping the weight off is the mean trick. InVite’s nutritional program is to help you successfully lose weight, and just as importantly, after all of that work, keeping it off.
Poor diet, low activity rates and lack of motivation can all prevent you from achieving your weight loss goals. The good news is that there are supplements like Trim Hx that can help get you back on track.
Fend off belly fat with powerful nutrients that have been shown to help control your appetite, promote fat burning and block the absorption of sugars. Nutrients such as 5-HTP, grape seed extract and more can help target the dangerous fat found on your belly.
Too much belly fat can lead to issues such as chronic inflammation, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease and more. The good news is that there are healthy ways to help your body lose that fat. Learn about how exercise can help in part 1 of this episode.