Weight gain during the holidays is not uncommon, but it can be troubling. A study performed by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) and the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) found that even small amounts of weight gained during the holidays wasn’t lost later in the year. Liquid Health, Inc. has compiled a list of suggestions to do away with holiday weight gain, including some liquid weight management supplements to consider.
With an increase in social gatherings and a decrease in time devoted to exercise, it’s no wonder people gain an average of 1 pound in the six weeks between Thanksgiving and New Years. While 1 pound may seem harmless, the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) and the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) found that most people did not lose this extra weight as the year went on. Over time this can lead to significant weight gain.
The holidays can be a busy time for most people, so seeing time devoted to exercise decrease is not unusual. Liquid Health, Inc. suggests finding ways to add small bits of exercise into a hectic schedule, such as parking further from the store entrance when shopping or taking a brisk walk during a lunch break. Finding ways to fit in physical activity can help minimize weight gain during the holiday seasons.
Liquid Health, Inc also suggests another way to avoid needless weight gain. With an increase in the number of parties and social functions during the holidays, people can consume a large number of unnecessary calories. One way to cut down on one’s caloric intake is to aim for a plate that is at least half filled with fruits or vegetables. By focusing on the more nutritious food options, there will be less room for the high calorie alternatives.
In addition to changes to physical activity and eating habits, Liquid Health, Inc suggests a couple of supplements that my help a person keep off added weight around the holidays. Recently, Liquid Health, Inc has added a couple of weight management supplements to their catalog of products. One of these products, called African Mango XD, is aimed at suppressing a person’s appetite, which may be especially helpful during the holidays.
This sublingual appetite suppressant contains:
Potassium (from SuperCitriMax) – 18 mg
Chromium (as chromium polynicotinate) – 120 mcg
African Mango (Irvingia Gabonensis) – 150 mg
SuperCitrimax (Garcinia Cambogia) – 85 mg
Hydroxycitric Acid (HCA) – 50 mg
The other of Liquid Health, Inc.’s weight loss supplements is called Raspberry Ketone and is marketed as a fat burner.
This Liquid Raspberry Ketone Supplement contains:
L-Carnitine USP 1000 mg
Raspberry Ketones 200 mg
Green tea leaf extract (50% ECGC) (Decaffeinated) 10 mg
Stevia leaf 18 mg
According to Brett Peterson, the Director of Business Development for Liquid Health, Inc., “There are lots of things we can do to avoid weight gain during the holidays. The obvious things are exercise and cutting down on calories, but sometimes that’s just not realistic with all the parties and other things that are going on. Sometimes taking a weight loss aid, like one of our weight management supplements, can help to get you through a tough couple of months.”
About Liquid Health, Inc.:
Liquid Health, Inc. has been designing and manufacturing liquid vitamin supplements since 1991. All Liquid Health products, including African Mango XD and Raspberry Ketone, are manufactured in a certified-cGMP (current Good Manufacturing Practices) facility, using only premium/qualified ingredients, and are analyzed and tested. All Liquid Health products are made in the U.S.A.
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