Is the number on the scale not going down, despite your efforts of healthy eating? Several factors, other than your diet, can slow down your metabolism. Spring is in the air and other than spring cleaning your diet, read on to learn how Almased can help get your metabolism moving.
Honey is one of the three highly regarded ingredients that make up Almased. Added in the final product in raw form, honey gives Almased the slightly sweet taste without the need for added sugars or artificial sweeteners.
Containing incredible nutritional value, raw honey has health powers that stem from the combination of enzymes, vitamin and minerals, and antioxidants that help boost the immune system.
The winter season has been brutal this year in many parts of the country. To stay warm, we bundle up in our homes and avoid outdoor activities, while surrounding ourselves with comfort food, which altogether can easily lead to weight gain. According to research from John Hopkins University, people can gain an average of five to seven unwanted pounds during the cold winter months. To help shed your winter coat, we’ve devised an easy-to-follow two-step weight loss plan for you.
Nobody wants to diet during the holidays, and we don’t blame you. It’s the time to enjoy the delicious food served at family gatherings, company parties, and other events. But while you might postpone your weight loss plans until the 1st of the year, Almased can still help you manage your weight during the upcoming holiday feasts.
1. A Family Tradition
Almased was developed over 30 years ago by German holistic therapist Hubertus Trouillé. Since then, the company remains a family-run business and throughout global growth and expansion, the passion and premise remain the same: Delivering natural nutrition for weight loss success and helping customers achieve overall well-being. Almased takes pride in the quality of its product and the results it delivers. For over 25 years, the effects of Almased on the metabolism, weight loss and blood sugar levels have been researched at international institutions and results have been published in renowned scientific journals. One of the current studies at the University of Alberta, Canada is investigating how Almased increases the basal metabolic rate and improves fat metabolism by monitoring participants’ energy expenditure in a metabolic chamber every minute for 32 hours. Another study is investigating how a diet with Almased affects weight, fasting blood sugar and HbA1c levels.
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