Tuesday, 12 June 2012

Seagreens and weightloss

Several studies (in particular Paxman et al., 2008) have identified a positive relationship between seaweed and weightloss. It has been found the alginate in seaweed can help reduce energy intake in overweight adults. It has been found that when seaweed is consumed, especially when Seagreens granules are used in food, people are less hungry at their next meal. Not only does this mean less Calories are consumed at the meal but also, less snacking occurs between meals. It is often the snacking which is most Calorific especially when junk food is eaten as there is no nutritional value to it.

Not only is seaweed believed to help people lose weight and decrease energy intake, seaweed also has a cholesterol lowering effect and may help stabilise blood glucose levels too. High cholesterol and blood sugar are commonly associated with obesity so using Seagreens can help prevent these diseases beginning in obese patients.

Here are a few ways you could use Seagreens to help you lose weight:
  •       Take the capsules (between 2 and 6) each day
  •       Use Seagreens culinary ingredient in bread to help you start the day with Seagreens and    lower your energy intake from the start
  •       Sprinkle a teaspoon of Seagreens culinary ingredient on cooking such as spaghetti bolognaise and other pasta dishes, curry and stir fry

If you would like to buy Seagreens products they are available here http://www.oceansofgoodness.co.uk/SeagreensCulinaryIngredient.aspx

To find out more, email info@seagreens.co.uk

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