Curb Snacking For Good With Raspberry Ketones

Curb Snacking For Good With Raspberry Ketones


In a model world, the average person might be satisfied with five almonds and an apple. But I will be honest if I have to count out my nuts, then I’d rather not eat. Not that snacking is bad for you- a lot of fitness gurus swear by it. But if your snacks are adding up to two extra meals a day, you WILL derail the tidiest of exercise and meal prep plans. 


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Supplements paired with a holistic diet can help you reach your goals sooner. Our new CONTROL, Appetite Suppressant capsules (dropping soon we promise), pair green tea with raspberry ketones to help you push away from the table sooner and avoid that 350 calorie afternoon snack. 


Your Weight loss Journey Should NOT Make You Feel Miserable! 


The goal here is not to feel deprived but to avoid snacking for reasons other than genuine hunger. When you eat a diet full of healthy fats and proteins- like avocado, olive oil, and lean proteins- you will be less inclined to eat in between meals. And supplements certainly make the process a little smoother because you are not fighting cravings on top of cutting calories. A study showed that taking a raspberry ketone supplement alongside dieting and exercise led to more profound results compared to dieting alone after 8 weeks. 


Raspberry Ketones aid in fat burn and suppressing your appetite when paired with a healthy diet and exercise. Raspberry Ketones' success is said to come from increasing the body's adiponectin levels. Adiponectin prompts your body to have a healthy response to sugar, as well as keeping arteries in tip-top shape, and has anti-inflammatory properties. Basically, it is the peptide you need to have enough of so that your body can be a fat-burning machine.


"Studies have shown that adiponectin also helps to manage weight by controlling the levels of glucose within the body and by breaking down fatty acids. Therefore, activating adiponectin and increasing the levels in the blood can help with the management of weight and weight-related disorders." -NuLive Science


Individuals with decreased adiponectin levels are at higher risk for diabetes, insulin resistance, and obesity. Supplements, whole foods, and exercise are the best way to encourage your body to produce healthy levels of adiponectin. And the best part is that as you begin to lose weight, one study showed that your baseline levels of adiponectin will be higher than at a heavier weight. 


Losing weight should not be harder than it has to be. Remember weight loss is 70 percent of what you eat and 30 percent exercise!