Friday, October 31, 2014

Garcinia Cambogia

There is a great variety of natural products that have been and are used from always improving diverse aesthetic conditions and that, combined with other programs, has demonstrated that they favor and they complement the treatments to fight the cellulitis, the vrices, the inflammation and the overweight. Thanks to its condition of natural and to its effects antioxidants and desintoxicantes, they are highly accessible, beneficial for the health, and help to feel and to see themselves well. Plants to thin, to improve the sanguineous circulation, to eliminate cellulitis and to deflate. * Artichoke: It has a beneficial purifying action. One is made up of cinarina, that is a stimulant of the biliary secretion and is beneficial in cases of constipation. Highly it is recommended in greasy, sluggish livers, jaundice and bad digestion of fats.

*Ginkgo She-wolf: It owns flavonoides, they are effective in neutralizing radical free and increase the circulation sanguineous. Aid to transport blood and oxygen to the brain, expands the blood vessels, makes the arterial walls more elastic and fights the creeps in the legs. * Alfalfa: It improves the intestinal transit, it owns mineral salts, especially calcium, potassium, iron, phosphorus and great amount of amino acids, betacaroteno and vitamins C, D, and K. * Pineapple (pineapple): It owns bromelana that facilitates the macroprotein elimination. It is indicated to eliminate the associated weight the retention of liquids. It favors the elimination of the fat deposits. * Camilina: It facilitates the elimination of liquids of the organism and limits the fat absorption and sugars. * Citrus aurantium (bitter orange): It increases the cost of calories that our organism consumes daily, improving the results of the hypocaloric diets. * Garcinia Cambogia: It is recommended for the maintenance of the weight. She is inhibiting of the lipognesis, its main component the hidroxictrico acid inhibits an enzyme in charge to transform the excess of glucose into fats and cholesterol.

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