Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Push Thursday: The Truth Behind All Day Slim Ingredients

Over the past few Thursdays we've been focusing on tips and motivation to help us reach our weight loss goals and inspire healthy change. This Thursday, to push you even further, we're going to take the time go into All Day Slim a bit more, so you get a better idea of what the product is all about. The AllDaySlim team has put out dozens of articles concerning the ingredients in All Day Slim all over the net, but we decided it would be easier to narrow it all down to one convenient place: the blog!

Assam Fruit Extract:The core ingredient is the extract from Asam Gelugor, a fruit that grows 7-10cm in diameter on the twigs of the Gelugor tree and contains tartaric and citric acid. Both acids exhibit antioxidant and antibacterial activity, eliminating free radicals in the body.

What’s more, each part of the fruit contains a separate inhibitor against bacteria, promoting health and wellness in the body. For instance, the leaves of the fruit show more antioxidant activity than the prevailing antioxidant in most antioxidant-rich foods, alpha-tocopherol. Also, the extract from the root of the fruit exhibits the strongest amount of resistance to harmful bacteria.

Lecithin:As if Assam Fruit extract weren’t beneficial enough, AllDaySlim also contains the lipid material Lecithin, which is produced within us, and can be consumed in grains, fish, legumes, yeast, peanuts, yolk, and soy beans. A gatekeeper, so to speak, to our cells by regulating nutrients coming and going, Lecithin ensures that fat and cholesterol continue to be solvent in the bloodstream to prevent it from attaching to arterial walls, thus preventing clogging in the cardiovascular system. If you’re not getting a well balanced diet, the body needs an estimated amount of 50mg of Lecithin to ensure proper body function.

Orange Peel (D-limonene): D-limonene is natural extract from the rind of oranges, and has been known to have several health benefits including the treatment of heartburn and the prevention of cancer. While studies are still pending as to whether or not D-limonene can treat cancer, the acids that comprise it are known to have tumor-inhibiting capabilities.

In addition, D-limonene’s affect on heartburn patients is astounding. When the sphincter muscle at the bottom of the esophagus doesn’t shut properly after swallowing, a reflux of stomach acid gets refluxed into the lining of the esophagus, causing its delicate tissues to be compromised. In other words, heartburn. What D-limonene does for a great deal of heartburn patients is coat the esophagus, floating to the surface of gastric juices because it’s lighter than water. In an article from The Dirt Doctor, a site about organic living, a chemist from Texas suffered nearly every day for years with heartburn, and after taking a 1000mg pill of D-limonene every other day for 20 days, D-limonene eradicated his heart burn for up to six months.

So there you have it. Find out for yourself how many inches off your waist you can lose, and how little you'll want to eat come mealtime. How far are you willing to go to lose weight? How hard are you willing to push?

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