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Herbal Allies for Attaining Your Optimum Weight

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Attaining your optimum weight is one of the many wholesome benefits of having a balanced digestion and healthy metabolism. Herbal allies such as Triphala, Wt Balance and Tulsi Green tea can be an effective support to help you attain your optimum weight, especially when combined with a diet and lifestyle that also supports a balanced life.

Herbal Allies For Improving Your Metabolism

Wt Balance formula improves overall metabolism through actions that expedite normal fat distribution and improves glucose metabolism. This formula contains Amalaki, Bhumyamalakai and Guruchi, all of which are known as hypolipidemics as they all support healthy metabolism of fats via many mechanisms. These herbs relieve inflammatory response and contain a rich antioxidant component, which offers protection from stress, especially during weight loss, supports healthy liver function, and helps to overcome fatigue. They also have a mild laxative effect and combine well with the herbs found in our Triphala formula.

Herbal Allies For Balancing Digestion

Traditional wellness systems often reveal that good digestion is the root of all health. One of the best remedies for helping maintain balanced factors in the stomach is Amalaki, which is also a key ingredient in the Triphala formula. Amalaki supports healthy pH levels and is truly one of the world’s greatest adaptogens and antioxidant-loaded superfruits.

Triphala is an outstanding homeostasis formula, which means it can balance almost any state of digestion: by slowing or cooling a digestive system that is too fast; by speeding up and heating a digestive system that is too slow; by stabilizing a variable digestive system; and by removing/detoxifying congestion due to less than optimal digestion, food and eating patterns.

Like Amalaki, Bibhitaki supports digestion in the stomach, and Haritaki is one of the best herbs to support digestion in the colon and liver. Combining these herbs is a time-tested formulation used to relieve constipation and to cleanse the colon. Triphala helps to reduce fat deposits in the intestines and eliminates intestinal toxins and gas, and is an effective supplement for bowel disorders & related digestive problems.

One common way to balance digestion is to remove the cause of indigestion, which often is a bacteria, but also can be chronic stress, cigarettes, alcohol, acidic food, poor food combining, sustained intense emotions, and numerous prescription drugs like NSAIDS, which are also harmful to the liver.

Tulsi Green Tea – Stress Relieving And Empowering

Tulsi Green Tea is a unique combination of Green Tea and three varieties of Tulsi to create an antioxidant-rich tonic that increases energy levels while cooling and balancing your senses. Tulsi Green tea naturally supports the immune system and cardiovascular systems and promotes detoxification and anti-aging. Green tea is well known for its anti-adipogenic effect in reducing the formation of fat cells and improving the ratio of good and bad cholesterol as well as balancing sugar levels. Clinical studies show that both Tulsi & Green Tea promote healthy metabolism, which is vital to healthy weight management.

Benefits of Tulsi: A Herb For All Reasons The Journal Of Ayurvedic Medicine Review

Benefits of Green Tea Camellia sinensis Medline research review

Optimal Weight Care Pack containing Triphala, Wt Balance, Tulsi Green Tea

The suggested use of Triphala and Wt Balance is 1 – 2 capsules twice daily.

When combining these supplements, take 1 each twice daily. Drink 2-3 cups of Tulsi Green tea.

You can take your supplements together with Tulsi Green tea as Tulsi especially empowers their assimilation and efficacy.

These herbal allies can help in so many ways to support healthy metabolism and digestion to attain your optimum weight.

Their effect can be greatly enhanced taken in the context of a diet and lifestyle that also supports a balanced life.

See Also:

10 Tips To Attain Your Optimum Weight

7 Tips For Better Digestion

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