My Article published in the Punjabi Patrika News!!
Are you having trouble losing weight? No matter what you try you cannot lose the fat in your stomach? It is not your fault, its not because you are aging, and its not your metabolism. The problem could be in your hormones.
Over 30 published studies performed at the Virginia Medical School have shown that ChirositolTM, a nutrient derived from carob, is an effective supplement for insulin-resistant conditions including weight gain, metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes, as well as for excess androgen (male hormone)-related concerns such as PCOS, acne and male facial hair growth in women. - Lorna Vanderhaeghe
There is a connection between the loss of our waist and gain of stomach fat and our changing hormones.
The main hormone involved in the development of belly fat is insulin. Insulin is a powerful hormone that, when in excess, also causes an elevation in male hormones, particularly testosterone. Excess male hormones can cause male facial hair growth, acne and PCOS in women. Elevated insulin and blood sugar further leads to weight gain, high cholesterol, high triglycerides, diabetes and especially belly fat. An early sign of pre-diabetes is skin tags due to higher-than-normal blood sugar and insulin. ChirositolTM normalizes insulin and blood sugar levels, thereby assisting with all of the above conditions.
There are many supplements that will help you to lose weight and improve your health naturally. But nothing works unless you do. You have to take care of your health first, because without health everything else has no value. My name is Harj and I am a Certified Sports Nutritionist and Certified Personal Trainer, National Academy of Sports Medicine. My goal is to help our community to fight the growing number of deaths due to heart disease, blood pressure, diabetes, and cholesterol. These diseases are caused by us, through our choices in diet and our sedentary life style. It is because we dont know any better, but I am here to educate and help you.
Harj Hadani, CSN, CPT NASM