There are many ways to skin a cat. When it comes to weight loss, it means exercise programs that take weeks or months to achieve results. To others – especially busybodies – it means crash diets and supplements taken on a full stomach.
But repeated crash dieting, says New York-based cardiologist Isadore Rosenfeld, can do more harm than good by increasing the risk of heart attack.
Research also shows that these lose-weight-fast programs can weaken your immune system and increase the occurrence of dehydration, palpitations and cardiac stress.
Going back to Mother Nature to address weight concerns is still the best solution.
And when it comes to nature’s ways, Capsinesis’ ingredients of cayenne pepper, green tea and bignay wild berry can burn fat thrice faster than the rest.
Combined with exercise and a healthy diet, cayenne pepper, responsible for that burning feeling in chili pepper, can lead to weight loss. That’s because cayenne pepper makes you sweat and rids your body of toxins and fats. It also curbs appetite.
Green tea, meanwhile, not only has anti-oxidants. It has catechins that help speed up the effects of fat-burning hormones, especially during exercise.
The bignay fruit, for its part, makes your heart healthier by lowering cholesterol levels, and reduces weight.
Top fitness coach Jim Saret recommends taking Capsinesis before workouts or any form of movement to induce sweating and enhance the exercise regimen.
He adds that you can even enjoy it with your favorite shake before a work-out.
Saret adds, however, that Capsinesis users must follow a healthy diet and strict exercise regimen to fully reap the rewards of weight loss.
In other words, only a healthy lifestyle can lead to significant weight loss.
So exercise, watch what you eat, and take Capsinesis. Then sit back and see for yourself where the hottest way to weight loss will take you.
Capsinesis is available at Mercury, Watsons, South Star Drug and SM department Stores.
The brand ambassadors in the main photo at the top are (from left) Will Devaughn, Troy Montero, Aubrey Miles and Roxanne Barcelo. Below is Aubrey Miles with a bottle of Capsinesis.