Lose Weight Using Integrative Medicine

  • Turmeric (max amount of 1 tea spoon per day for healthy adult, caution blood thinner, must be consumed on a food or with a full stomach, must be consumed with a healthy fat and black pepper both are required, helps to burn fat)
  • Green Tea (boosts metabolism, lowers cholesterol, add lemon and pinch of salt to increase efficacy )
  • Ginseng (boosts energy, and combats fatigue)
  • Siagon Cinnamon (max amount of 1 tea spoon per day for healthy adult, caution lowers blood sugar, helps you to feel full longer, water soluble)
  • Eggs (helps you to feel full longer)
  • Cayenne (boosts metabolism, helps increase digestion of nutrients)
  • Cumin (helps burn fat)
  • Ginger (helps control blood sugar, max amount of 1 tea spoon for healthy adult per day)
  • Garlic (helps burn fat)
  • Black Pepper (helps burn fat and blocks formation of new fat)
  • Cardamom (boosts metabolism)
  • Dandelion Root Tea or Dandelion Leaves ( Reduces bloating,stimulates the production of bile in the liver, prevents liver damage,  and has vitamin A,vitamin C,vitamin E, iron, and potassium)
  • Peppermint (stimulates the production of bile in the liver, helps overall digestion)
  • Sage Tea (lowers stress, and lowers cortisol)
  • Apples (pectin helps you to feel full and lowers cholesterol)
  • Get 7 – 9 hours of sleep every night (less sleep will increase your appetite for unhealthy foods)


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