I do agree with you that having green tea daily reduces fats and helps in weight loss. It accelerate metabolism by 4%, and this amounts to only 100 calories a day thus they do not provide fast results like some other weight loss products. But yes it can help you lose weight without compromising your health.View Thread
I think the best way to lose weight is by having a balanced diet and burning calories through exercise. But the process would be slow but if you wish to lose a lot weight instantly then the possible option would bariatric surgery. It is a proven, effective option for losing a lot of weight fast.View Thread
If you will ask for my suggestion, I would firmly be against the use of HCG injection. The reason would be that stimulating the ovaries might increase risk of cancer. This injection constitute human chorionic gonadotropin hormone that is produced in the placenta during pregnancy that aids in embryo development. Some doctors and weight loss centers make claims that HCG injections will stifle which is not true.View Thread
Hello,In today scenario weight loss struggle is very relative factor, everyone wants to reduce his weight because over weight is the factor.to overcome this scene you have to changing your eating habits and increasing your activity will you lose the weight quick and simple as well.proper exercise and yoga also help us to reduce the fats as well as concern.View Thread
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