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Healthy Weight Management

Looking to lose weight, tone up and feel healthier? We’ve got you covered...

Here's our top tips, and as always the Lindens way is natural, safe and clinically proven:

Help with Intermittent Fasting

Whether you have chosen to adopt the 5:2. 16/8, Eat Stop Eat, or perhaps the Warrior method of intermittent fasting, there’s always the battle against hunger or temptation to squeeze in one quick snack., Glucomannan, also known as Konjac Fibre, will help you to combat these cravings. Simply take 2 capsules 3 times per day with a glass of water. This helps in a few ways:

  1. Combats Hunger Pangs - The fibre swells up in your stomach making you feel full, stopping those hunger pangs.
  2. Nourish the Body with Fibre - Most people’s diets are lacking in fibre, addresses the deficiency by supplying and nourishing the body.
  3. Hydration and Detoxification - drinking plenty of water not only helps with hunger pangs but more importantly aids detoxification and keeps us hydrated throughout the day.

Got a Sweet Tooth or Craving Carbs? Need help with Keto or Low Carb Diets?

Our Chromium Max tablets are proven to stabilize blood sugar, diminishing the urge to reach for the chocolate biscuits or tray of chips. Unwin’s study of the human body’s glycaemic response to carbohydrates offers perspective on our much sugar our favourite foods often equate to. For example, a regular serving of cornflakes without the added sugar (30g) is the glycaemic equivalent to 8.4 teaspoons of table sugar (Unwin, 2016). Chromium serves to help the transition towards low-carbohydrate or high protein ‘keto’ based diets.

Low Metabolism, or simply just lacking energy?

Kelp is a type of seaweed packed with essential vitamins and minerals, one of which, Iodine is proven to stimulate the thyroid and increase your metabolic rate. Perfect for those looking to increase their energy levels, with the added bonus of nourishing the body with its high nutrient content.

Suffering from Bloating, looking to improve Gut Health?

Our colons contain pockets which often collect undigested foods, overtime these produce bad bacteria and gases, causing uncomfortable and embarrassing bloating. Lindens Colon Formula contains gentle cleansing herbs to clear the colon pockets, achieving a similar effect to colonic irrigation. Each capsule is also rich in friendly bacteria that fight off the bad bacteria, providing the optimum environment to better absorb nutrients from foods, giving us more energy, vitality improving our immune systems and ensuring you look and feel your best. This is a great start to any new diet, and lifestyle change.

Ongoing support for a healthy diet and lifestyle:
Vitamins and Minerals - Lindens A-Z Daily or, Brewers Yeast as a Vegan alternative, are packed with the antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, helping support any nutritional deficiencies in your diet.

Omega 3 - I personally take an Omega 3, as it’s difficult to achieve the optimum levels through diet alone to achieve the optimum benefits for brain, heart and joint health to name a few.

Probiotics serve as a catalyst for the release and absorption of the nutrients in our food. We have strengths to suit all from 1 billion through to 20 billion.

Vitamin D - During Wintertime, here in the UK, the Government recommends at least 800iu daily between the darker months of October through to the end of March. We have a wide range of Vitamin D3 supplements, from capsules to sprays, from strengths 1000IU to 5000IU.

By Bev Denton
Owner & Founder of Lindens Health & Nutrition Ltd

References

Unwin, D., Haslam, D. and Livesey, G., 2016. It is the glycaemic response to, not the carbohydrate content of food that matters in diabetes and obesity: The glycaemic index revisited. Journal of Insulin Resistance, 1(1).