Published on Feb 12, 2018
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Hey guys, Thomas DeLauer here…
Today I want to break down something that has been coming up a lot in my Science Based Six Pack program, which you can check out here: https://go.sixpackabs.com/scien7213
So a lot of you have been asking me, how do you get through a fast easier, and what are some things you can do to further enhance the effect of your fast? So let’s talk about 3 herbs that help with fasting…
0:30 – #1: Ashwagandha
This is an adaptogenic herb. What that does in the body is that it helps your hormones balance and helps your body modulate. This will help you feel a little more “normal” while you’re fasting.
1:22 An ashwagandha study reported a 69% average reduction in anxiety, compared to the 11% in the placebo group.
1:47 Ashwagandha has traditionally been used to boost memory in Ayurvedic practice.
3:02 – #2 Rhodiola Rosea
This is also an adaptogenic herb. This herb can actually increase your ability to burn fat because it contains something known as rosavin.
3:24 Rosavin works by stimulating an enzyme called hormone-sensitive lipase which has the ability to break down fat that is stored in adipose tissue.
3:37 Now there was one study that was done that took a look at 130 overweight patients, and they gave half of the group Rhodiola Rosea, and the other half, a placebo. The Rhodiola Rosea group led to a mean weight loss of 19 pounds (11% reduction in body fat), compared to the only 8 pounds of loss by the placebo group.
4:35 – #3 Green Tea Extract
You can get it by flat out drinking green tea, or take a green tea supplement.
4:44 Green tea contains EGCG (epigallocatechin gallate) that increases the hormone CCK (cholecystokinin), which is responsible for creating the feeling of satiation. Essentially – this will help keep the cravings away!
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