If you want to lose some weight and keep it off without starving yourself and doing a lot of hours of vigorous exercising, then here is your solution. Green tea helps to lose weight and keep it off. I use the Liquid Soft-Gels Green Tea Fat Burner and drink the brewed green tea as well. (Now, you don’t have to drink the brewed green tea with the soft gels like I did, but it certainly helps). I had lost 20 pounds of fat using green tea. I do not have the “jiggle” on my sides anymore and I can finally see my abs.
I use the Liquid Soft-Gels Green Tea Fat Burner and drink the brewed green tea as well. I had lost 20 pounds of fat using green tea. You must follow the instructions on the bottle for the full effect of your desired weight loss. When the green tea soft-gels are taken in conjunction with a reduced calorie diet and exercise, they will help you achieve your weight loss goals. The green tea soft gels are to be an addition to your daily diet and exercise plan. Take two (2) soft-gels in the morning and two (2) in the afternoon with meals and a full glass of water. Green Tea Fat Burner contains caffeine, so if caffeine is a problem for you do not take at night.
Want to know how I lost 20 pounds using the Green Tea Fat Burner liquid soft-gels? First things first… I eliminated all fast food, processed food, and even some boxed foods (such as those instant meals in a box). They are loaded with chemicals not meant for human consumption and a ridiculous amounts of sodium. (one should have no more than 1 tsp of sodium a day). Sodium causes the body to retain water in which case can cause what is called “water weight.” Also diet foods and drinks that contain aspartame. Aspartame is what is considered the “sweet poison” and has roughly 100 different side effects and #1 on the list was headaches and also on the list was weight gain. Replace all those bad types of foods with healthy foods such as fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.
What I did to lose the weight and feel better than ever was eat my fruit and whole grains in the morning: Apple, orange, banana, water melon, peaches, etc. (You may choose any kind of fruit you like but, at least, 5 pieces of fruit every morning). You need 10 ounces of whole grains throughout the day, so I would have maybe 2 slices of whole grains bread (toast), or 1 or 2 whole grain bagels with my fruit and a multivitamin. (I would recommend a vitamin that is the closest to the actual food).
For lunch I had a large veggie bowl that consisted of lettuce, tomatoes, onion, garlic powder, cucumber, celery, baby carrots, multicolored bell peppers, cauliflower, broccoli, and radishes along with whole grain bread, or whole grain crackers. Use a variety of veggies you like so as not to get bored with the same thing everyday. (I used no dressing in my veggie bowls. Store bought dressings, although very tasty, would be counter-productive to the purpose of eating the veggie bowl).
As a snack I made fruit kabobs, carrot sticks, a small fruit salad (just a bowl with sliced fruit and nothing else), a couple celery sticks with low fat peanut butter, or some whole grain crackers with low fat cheese, and a bunch of grapes.
For dinner, (low salt, low fat, low cholesterol, low sodium, and as little grease and oil as possible). A sensible dinner of 4oz broiled or grilled boneless/skinless chicken breast along with steamed green beans, a glass of milk, 2 whole grain dinner rolls, and applesauce. (this is just an example of one of my dinners).
Exercise: I was always active so I added a routine in the morning, before I ate breakfast. I would get in my computer desk chair and start to slowly twist my upper part of my body (arms out) one way while my lower part twisted the other way and doing a partial crunch keeping the abs flexed. This helps to stretch out my muscles. Then I would slowly pick up speed. After a little while I would feel my sides start to ache. Then I would keep twisting my lower part of my body and then reach upwards with my arms one at a time like I was climbing a wall. After a while my shoulders would get tired. I did this for 5-10 minutes before every meal and before I went to bed at night (after a hot shower). This routine I did as an addition to my active daily routine. You can adjust the time for as long as you want to do the routine depending on you daily activities.