Citicoline And Weight Loss

This post was written by admin on January 7, 2010
Posted Under: Dieting,Healthy body,Vitamins


Another New Year and, I dare say, millions of people will have promised themselves that they will shed those extra pounds with yet another New Year diet resolution. Making resolutions to diet is all well and good, but how many of us actually stick to them? Meanwhile we all put on more and more weight and seemingly become the next statistic in the obesity explosion raging through America.

Appetite suppressants and weight loss.

Apart form a very small proportion of the population the reason we put on weight in the first place is simply that we eat too much. Subsequently scientists are constantly looking for appetite suppressants to stop us from over-eating in the first place and Citicoline looks like being the latest substance to help regulate the urges we have to eat and the amount of food that we eat. Of particular significance in favor of citicoline is that it is a vitamin like nutrient and not a potentially harmful medication.

Natural appetite supplements.

A natural appetite suppressant from the Kalahari Desert.

Of course, there are already several natural health supplements used as appetite suppressants for people to use as part of their diet program. Although more commonly associated with body-builders, whey protein is an excellent appetite suppressant as well as being excellent for helping to develop muscles. Not only will whey protein suppress your appetite but, by also developing your muscles it will help you to burn off excess fat from your body. A slightly more exotic natural appetite suppressant is hoodia gordonii, a cactus like plant which has been used for centuries by the Kalahari Bushmen, in South Africa. Although the Bushmen would use the raw plant to suppress their desire to eat when out hunting, today it is available in a convenient tablet form. Another of the natural appetite suppressant frequently used is tablets of a bioginate complex made from the seaweed commonly known as Oarweed, Laminaria Digitata.

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