A small fruit that has a remendous ability to dissolve dangerous belly fat

 A small fruit that has a remendous ability to dissolve dangerous belly fat

Visceral fat is located deep in the abdominal cavity where it cannot be removed easily. Fortunately, adding certain fruits to the diet can help dissolve these dangerous fats before a problem occurs.

The fatty tissue that surrounds internal organs is usually associated with poor metabolic health. Hormonal changes are responsible for most of the visceral fat gain, but bad eating habits also have plenty of solutions.

According to the British newspaper "Express", the essential oil of red cranberry can help melt dangerous belly fat, as a study conducted by Ehime University, in partnership with the conservative Kumamoto University, found that red cranberry is more effective in burning fat than pepper.

"While trying to find a substance with a chemical structure similar to that of capsaicin (an active compound in chili peppers, known to burn fat), we discovered raspberry ketone (a natural phenolic compound whose main compound is from red raspberry flavor.) The essential oil of red cranberry dissolves three times more human fat than capsaicin.”

She added: "Through clinical tests, 70% of those tested lost about one kilogram after taking the berry supplement for a week. After using the red cranberry essential oil patch for about a month, they found about 5% of the fat, or one millimeter of fat. The fat has disappeared under the plastered area. We consider this a very new and unique discovery


Raspberry ketone is the compound that gives raspberries (or red cranberries) their distinctive smell.

  Raspberry ketone supplements have become popular among weight-loss groups, with research in mice providing evidence that they can aid weight loss.

  And in 2010, scientists noticed that raspberry ketones have a similar molecular structure to capsaicin. Preliminary studies indicated that capsaicin prevents weight gain. In light of these findings, the scientists conducted studies in mice and human tissue to see if raspberry ketones also had the ability to influence weight gain.

Evidence from human studies has been scarce, but in a 2016 study, it was shown that a variety of berry products, such as blueberry juice, can slow weight gain in mice.

 A 2017 study, also conducted on mice, discovered that raspberry ketones reduced the appetites of mice fed a high-fat diet.

 Ketones are also found in kiwis, peaches, grapes, blackberries and other vegetables. But raspberries are packed with many other nutrients associated with effective weight management.

 The fruit is a high-fiber source of nutrients like vitamin C, magnesium and B vitamins, and is low in fat, calories, and carbohydrates.

 One additional benefit of cranberries for those looking to lose weight is their leptin activity, appetite-suppressing hormones that work by sending a signal to the brain that we have enough to eat.


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