Antioxidants and Weight Lossby Mircea GetExcellence Health & Wealth Excellence Promoter
Resveratrol Select, which is unlike many diet supplements in that it uses a combination of natural and herbal ingredients designed to help the body stay healthy while losing weight. How? By mimicking Recommended Features
- Found in grape skins, blueberries, cranberries and other plants
- Has a positive effect on helping to maintain healthy cholesterol levels
- Supports insulin health
- Optimizes metabolic and immune pathways
- Combination of natural and herbal ingredients
Review on Antioxidants and Weight LossA everyone knows, the golden rule in weight loss is quite simple: take in fewer calories than you would expend in exercise. However, as any serious dieter will tell you, its way far from easy.
In North America billions of dollars are spent every year on weight loss supplements, various exercise programs and other diet aids and still they cant seem to win the battle of the bulge even when they get desperate enough to try risky surgery or fad diets.
One of the biggest differences between the North American and Mediterranean - French one especially- diet seems to be the wine consumption, and red wine (a staple on most Mediterranean tables) contains one of natures most powerful antioxidants, resveratrol, which is a key ingredient in Resveratrol Select
One capsule of Resveratrol Select actually includes as much resveratrol as 200 glasses of wine without the added calories that alcohol can add to the waistline. Consuming resveratrol alone isnt enough to help with weight loss so the manufacturers of Resveratrol Select also added a different type of antioxidant, Green Tea Extract (EGCG), which could make a big difference.
Over time, green tea consumption helps increase metabolism, burn fat and reduce fat storage due to its caffeine and L-theanin content, which can be pivotal in helping to maintain energy for exercise.
Resveratrol Select combines these two powerful antioxidants with yet another energy boosting ingredient, Chromium, a niacin-based mineral that plays an important role in how the body uses insulin to burn sugars, carbohydrates, fats, and proteins for energy.
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