6 Powerful Weight Loss Herbal Solutions

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Take a natural approach to weight loss.

Adding herbs to your daily regimen will not only help you drop unwanted pounds; it will also provide substantial antioxidants and phytochemicals that boost your metabolism and promote fat burning.  While we all know that to lose weight, we must exercise daily, drink more water, get more sleep, manage stress better and above all, change our eating habits.   The key to weight loss success is making better choices, like creating a fitness program that works for us, eliminating junk food, processed food and sugar, and eating more fruits and vegetables. 

While all of these factors play a significant role in a healthy lifestyle, certain herbs, even in small amounts, can help us maintain a healthy body weight by increasing our metabolism, shrinking fat cells and suppressing our appetite. 

4 Herbs & 2 Formulas that Promote Weight Loss:

Single Herbs:


By increasing our metabolism, ginger can stimulate weight loss while reducing cholesterol and triglyceride levels.  Ginger elevates body temperature and boosts metabolism, so we burn more fat, especially when used in combination with a healthy diet and exercise.

Adding ginger to our diet can also improve weight loss by enhancing the feeling of fullness after a meal.  Aside from the weight loss properties, ginger is also known to ease motion sickness and general nausea, heartburn, and inflammation.


The benefits of Turmeric are many, and weight loss is just one of them. Turmeric has been shown to interact with more than 700 genes in the human body including digestion, arthritis, liver health, insulin resistance, and inflammatory symptoms associated with obesity. 

Turmeric contains curcumin, an active ingredient in the compound that promotes weight loss while shrinking belly fat.  Fat cells need new blood vessels to support their mass.  Curcumin suppresses this process.


Cinnamon helps regulate our blood sugar, but it also promotes thermogenesis, raising our body temperature and burning fat.  This is important because an elevated blood sugar level can cause excess insulin in the bloodstream, which, in turn, promotes the storage of fat in the body. This process can increase our metabolism and help reduce and reverse the inflammation that causes the stored fat.

Cayenne Pepper

Capsaicin, the heat compound in peppers, elevates our body temperature and may help fight obesity by decreasing calorie intake, shrinking fat tissue, and lowering blood fat levels.  Research shows that consuming hot peppers may boost your metabolism as much as 5% and fat burning by as much as 16%.

Formulas: Learn more by clicking on each formula link

Curb Appetite & Trim Weight|Compound Formula  combines Hoodia, Kelp, Bladderwrack, Cleavers Herb, Alfalfa leaf, Dandelion Root, Licorice Root, Cinnamon Bark, White Willow Bark, Chickweed.  When taken consistently, this unique formula will help decrease the amount of food intake and naturally trim the weight.

Weight Loss Support w/Hoodia  Combines Hoodia Gordonii, St. John’s Wort, Borage, Passion Flower, Gotu Kola, Ginkgo, Lobelia, Cayenne Pepper, Kelp, Alfalfa, Bladderwrack, Cleavers, Dandelion, Licorice Root, White Willow Bark.  This formula will sooth your digestive system and invigorate your metabolism.

Detox|Compound Formula Adding detox herbs to your diet is a great place to start your healthy, natural cleanse. The Detox formula contains herbs that will strengthen and support the liver, kidneys and other important aspects of your body’s natural detox system. Herbs can be a powerful source in the detoxification process and can help to increase the circulation of the blood through the system to speed up filtration and waste removal. Liver and kidney supportive herbs are essential in the detox to keep these organs functioning properly and efficiently. Detoxification should be done mindfully and with a health professional if you have any health care concerns.

Explore these herbs to see if they might work for you. Always consult your primary care giver, especially if you have preexisting conditions, are pregnant; or if you are taking pharmaceutical drugs that may not interact well with natural solutions.


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