Weight Management Dietary Supplements
Using vitamins and supplements as an addition to your daily diet is a great way to support your body and make the weight loss process as smooth and effective as it can possibly be. But don't forget that your very first step on the way to a healthy lifestyle isn't buying a pack of supplements hoping that tomorrow your scale will show different weight. Your first step is to balance your nutrition intake — eat fresh and healthy food 3-4 times a day, control your calories and portions, schedule your meals and make sure you don't skip any of them, avoid unnecessary snacking and stick to the plan.
Probiotics & Enzymes
Probiotics are live bacteria that are good for our digestive and immune system. Probiotic supplements, supporting 'good' bacteria that naturally live in our gut, help you shed unwanted pounds. Since probiotics help rebalance gut microbes, they also help weight loss efforts to be more effective.
Digestive enzymes play an important role in the weight loss process — they break down carbs, protein and fats into small molecules that can be easily absorbed into the bloodstream. Basically they act as great catalysts for your metabolism, increasing the rate at which your body breaks down food and gets rid of fat.
Complex Weight Loss Supplements
Complex weight loss supplements are combining 2 or more different elements aimed at helping you during your weight loss journey. Complex weight loss supplements will boost your metabolism, give you energy and help you lose weight faster — while being absolutely natural and safe for your health.
Complex weight loss supplements usually contain elements like Green Tea Extract, African Mango, Raspberry Ketones, Garcinia Cambogia and others. They can also be purchased as individual dietary supplements.
Vitamins B & D
The Vitamin B complex is a group of eight vitamins you need daily in small amounts: thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, folate, Vitamins B6, B12 and biotin. They go hand-in-hand with weight loss because they help your body metabolize proteins, fats and carbs. In other words, these vitamins convert the food you eat into energy.
Low Vitamin D₃ levels may contribute to obesity — some studies prove that people with a body mass index higher than 30 are very low in Vitamin D₃. So if you are not losing weight despite eating healthy, working out regularly and getting enough sleep, it’s possible you don't get enough Vitamin D₃.
Fish oil is a rich natural source of Omega 3 fatty acids — and a very effective supplement promoting healthy weight loss. Unfortunately, most people don’t get enough Omega 3 in their regular diets. However certain fats (like Omega 3) are necessary for enhancing many processes in your body, including weight loss. One of the ways fish oil curbs your hunger is by increasing the production of the leptin hormone which helps keep your appetite under control.