Overweight and obesity are health problems prevalent in the developed world.
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SuperWater is neither a spring water nor a mineral water and its benefits extend far beyond those of water magnetised by metallic electrodes to enrich it with specific minerals.
We now know there are three essential factors involved in optimising cell performance in all the body’s tissues (heart, brain, muscles…):
The body converts food into energy and nutrients, storing as fat any energy not needed for immediate use. We are thus programmed to put on weight when we take in more food than our bodies can use.
¤ The ideal solution is to increase our energy expenditure, or reduce the amount of food we consume, but it’s not that simple, since hunger and the desire to eat are governed by numerous factors including our hormones, which are difficult to control.
¤ New Appetite Control Formula has removed a controversial ingredient (DMAA) and introduced a new approach, enabling the impulse to overeat to be tamed, and the appetite to be curbed and regulated.
¤ Phospholean® is a proprietary, new generation, phosphobioflavonic complex. It combines oleoyl ethanolamine (OEA) and epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) from green tea, bound to a phospholipid to ensure their breakdown in the small intestine where appetite-controlling receptors are found. Ph ...
Inside each of our cells is a key metabolism enzyme called AMPK (adenosine monophosphate-activated protein kinase) which plays a fundamental role in energy homeostasis and acts as a ‘life span regulator’.
AMPK is expressed in a number of tissues (liver, brain, skeletal muscle) where it works rather like a ‘metabolic master switch’, regulating several intracellular systems. It thus plays a central role in promoting healthy longevity.
As we grow older, activation of cellular AMPK declines. This leads to, amongst others, weight gain - because AMPK determines body fat composition – and therefore predisposes to the diseases associated with excess weight.