Yogic Slim supports digestion, fat metabolism and appetite regulation to promote weight loss.
Herbal Extracts Formulation
Supports healthy fat metabolism
Supports digestion and metabolism
Promotes healthy metabolic rate
Supports healthy water retention
Prickly Chaff Flower
Maintains normal appetite
Promotes healthy bile production
Supports healthy digestion
Supports healthy digestion and gas expulsion
Yogic Slim's proprietary formulation contains 94 phytonutrients that exert 352 synergistic
activities on your body. Many of these phytonutrients are widely
recognized for their contribution to Healthy Metabolism.
Curcumin - Inhibits obesity(Ejaz, Kwan, Meydani, “Curcumin Inhibits Adipogenesis in
3T3-L1 Adipocytes and Angiogenesis and Obesity in C57/BL Mice”, Journal of
Nutrition Volume 139, Pages 919-925, 2009; Archana, Satishkumar, Bharathi, “In
Silico Docking Analysis of Curcumin- An Inhibitor for Obesity”, Tamil Nadu Agricultural
University, India 2010; Alappat, Awad, “Curcumin and Obesity: Evidence and
Mechanisms”, University of Buffalo, USA, 2010).
Linoleic-Acid - Reduces body fat accumulation (Watras, Buchholz, Close, “The Role
of Conjugated Linoleic Acid in Reducing Body Fat and Preventing Holiday Weight
Gain”, Int J Obes (Lond). ;31(3): 481-7. Epub 2007; Wang and Jones, “Conjugated
Linoleic Acid and Obesity Control: Efficacy and Mechanisms”, Int J Obes Relat Metab
Disord., 28(8):941-55. 2004; DeLany and West, “Changes in Body Composition with
Conjugated Linoleic Acid”, J Am Coll Nutr. 19(4):487S-493S. 2000).
Zinc - Regulates apetite (Shay and Mangian, “Neurobiology of Zinc-Influenced Eating
Behaviour”, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, USA, 2000; Christos,
Mantzoros, Ananda, “Zinc May Regulate Serum Leptin Concentrations in
Humans”, University Health Center, St. Antoine, Detroit, 1998; Chen, Song and Lin, “Zinc
May be a Mediator of Leptin Production in Humans”, Tunghai University, Taiwan, 1999).
Take one capsule after breakfast and one
capsule after dinner.
You can maximize fat loss by incorporating the following into your
1) Use a Quality Fat Loss
Supplement - To help reverse the cycle of fat gain, hundreds of
phytonutrietns in Yogic Slim act at the
molecular level to raise metabolic rate, increase energy, prevent
muscle loss, and support healthy hormone and insulin levels that help
2) Weight Training - More
muscle mass means a higher resting metabolic rate and more calories
burned. Weight training 3 to 4 days per week (less than 1 hour
per session with 30 to 60 second rest periods in between sets) will
foster high levels of muscle building (anabolic) hormones and minimize
muscle wasting (catabolic) hormones. Work each body part once a
week (chest and back on day 1, legs on day 3, shoulders and arms on day
3) Aerobics - 40 to 60 minutes of aerobics (jogging, fast walking,
swimming, cycling) on alternating days from weight training will help
to burn fat and calories, increase physical endurance, strengthen heart
and lungs, help control blood lipid levels and blood pressure, increase
insulin sensitivity, and enhance energy and ability to cope with
stress. Since aerobics on an empty stomach rely on fat for
energy, morning time is ideal for aerobics. The level of
intensity should be within your target heart range. This means
60% to 85% of your maximum heart rate (you feel the workout is somewhat
hard where you feel tired but can continue for the entire 40 to 60
4) Carbohydrates - consume low to moderate GI (Glycemic Index)
carbohydrates at all times. All low GI diets are based on the
same principle of balancing blood sugar. The foods which are
restricted on low GI diets are those which cause your blood sugar and
insulin levels to rise fast and high. This results in more food
being converted to fat. Some foods commonly believed to be
healthy actually have a high GI index: dried dates, watermelon, banana,
raisins, brown rice pasta, white rice, cornmeal, couscous, instant
rice, white bread, wholemeal bread, dark rye, and popular cereals
(Raisin Bran, Special K, Grape Nuts, Cornflakes, Rice Krispies,
Cheerios, Puffed Wheat).
5) Protein - consume lean, complete protein regularly with meals to
raise your metabolic and anabolic hormones and prevent lean tissue
loss. Good protein sources are skinless chicken, salmon, tuna,
sardines, low fat cottage cheese, egg whites, and turkey breast.
Avoid luncheon meats, whole milk, ground beef, cheese, bacon, pork
chops, and yogurt.
6) Reduce Saturated Fats and Replace with Polyunsaturated Fats (PUFAs)
- Limit butter, red meat, cheese, mayonnaise, macadamia nuts, peanut
butter, and sunflower seeds. Avoid margarine, foods with
"partially hydrogenated" on labeling, processed vegetable oils, and
fried foods. Regularly consume flax oil, non-processed vegetable
oils, salmon, olive oil, hazelnuts, peanut oil, hemp, avocado, almonds,
and fish oil.
7) Regularly Drink Water
- Drink at least 8 to 10 glasses of water per day to avoid dehydration
and help liberate fat stores to be burned as energy.
8) Multivitamins - A good quality multivitamin / mineral supplement is
always advisable for maximizing metabolism, fat loss, and health.
9) Increase Fiber Intake - Fibrous vegetables like Broccoli,
Cauliflower, Peppers, and Carrots, and other raw vegetables and brown
rice and whole grains increase transit time of food, improve digestion,
and enhance weight loss. They also add bulk to the diet which
10) Eat 5 to 6 Small Meals Daily - Spreading food intake improves
nutrient absorption, minimizes blood sugar fluctuations, and decreases
fat-storing hormones and enzymes.