Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Want to Lose Weight without Diet Pills?

Feed Your Brain – that’s exactly what diet pills do - they effect the neurotransmitters in your brain – HOWEVER - there is a better way to do this naturally.

From my June 2011  Free Monthly Newsletter

Your brain needs about 400 calories a day. To properly function it requires four ounces of glucose as well as adequate sodium, potassium, unsaturated fat, protein, vitamins and minerals. The brain manufactures hundreds of neurochemicals that affect moods, produce natural pain killers, natural tranquilizers and act as a natural appetite suppressant. Nutritional deficiencies can alter brain states, therefore it is essential that we eat a healthy diet in order to insure proper brain functioning. The brain also requires constant oxygen which it receives from the blood stream and from the oxygen we inhale.

Now if you want to make sure you are getting plenty of oxygen to the brain, suppressing your appetite and lifting your mood feed your brain a daily dose of exercise. Studies have shown that a daily dose of exercise not only burns calories but causes the brain to release endorphins which are neurotransmitters that lift mood and suppress appetite. Oxygen flows to the brain by both heavy breathing and blood flow which is both a by-product of exercise. So if you want to feed your brain a good non-calorie, happy, flowing, appetite control substance – get up and move.

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