There are no miracle cure-alls, silver bullets, or magic pills that will get you trim, fit and healthy, but after an exhaustive search and rigorous testing, The Sherpa has pinpointed a few natural health therapies that DO help and ferreted out the scams to may be shocked by what we've discovered.

Posts Tagged ‘Weight Loss’

To shed pounds, you need to eat less, right? Well, yes. But what if I told you that a possible solution to weight loss is actually found in a common food? In fact, you can find it in any supermarket. It seems totally counterintuitive. Yet if preliminary research is to be believed, this food-based supplement could help you slim down by decreasing the amount of carbohydrates your body absorbs. But is this product really effective – and safe? Incoming search terms:carb cutter (11)Find benefit of white kidney beans (1)white kidney bean extract (1)white kidney bean extract block fructose (1)white kidney […]

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Imagine a plant-based product that can absorb more than 200 times its weight in water, forming a thick, glob of gel. Sound like something out of a science fiction film? Maybe. But this goo could have very real benefits for human health. Just think: That gel-like substance might very well help lower cholesterol and blood sugar, keep your digestive system running smoothly – and may even help you lose weight. No, this is no futuristic fiction. In fact, this fantastic remedy is as close as your local supermarket. Incoming search terms:Glucomannan Absorb Fat (2)weight loss sponge (2)Weight loss pills that […]

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America’s #1 Weight Loss Supplement?

If you watch TV, read magazines, or surf the Internet, you’ve probably seen advertisements for what manufacturers claim is “America’s #1 weight-loss supplement.” If something’s so popular, it has to be good, right? Well, not so fast. See, there’s some basic research to suggest that HydroxycutTM and other products containing the fruit-based substance hydroxycitrate may help block fat and suppress appetite. But there just isn’t a lot of good clinical evidence that it actually helps people lose weight. Plus, hydroxycitrate may promote liver damage – depending on whom you ask. So does this supplement make the cut? Incoming search terms:does shark cartilage […]

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Imagine an all-natural, fruit-based product that’s powerful enough to kill bacteria, viruses, and other harmful substances, yet gentle enough to use internally or topically. Sounds great, right? But now imagine the product turns out not to be as natural as you thought. In fact, it’s filled with synthetic additives and preservatives that may be the real reason for its supposed benefits. And, despite rave reviews from proponents who say it can cure everything from acne to cancer, let’s say there was no good scientific evidence to support these claims. Would you still be interested in this remedy? Incoming search terms:grape […]

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Chemicals in Food that Make You Fat

For decades we’ve been told that the “formula” for weight loss is incredibly simple: eat less and exercise more. Unfortunately, that’s very far from the whole truth. We’re now learning that there are powerful influences on weight that go beyond calories and exercise. We’re at the infancy of our knowledge about obesity, and we’re not all that brilliant about weight loss in general. But one thing I can tell you with absolute certainty is this: it’s notjust about eating less. No one wakes up in the morning and says, “Hey, I think I’d like to be obese!” I’ve talked to […]

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