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I’m going to give you three ways that you can control your appetite naturally and easily without totally starving yourself without taking anything crazy now if you know someone that’s going to get some benefit out of this make sure you hit that share button so here we go all right the first one is coffee and it’s not because of the obvious reason sure caffeine can act as an appetite suppressant sure it can help increase your epinephrine levels help increase dopamine you can do a lot of things when it comes to fat loss and satiate your appetite but I want to talk about something that’s called chlorogenic acid CGA which is sort of a secret weapon when it comes to coffee see what the CGA does is it affects your inform levels so that means when you do eat you’re not spiking your insulin quite as high which means you’re not having this big rise and fall of insulin that can make you hungry later on how many times have you had a meal and then two hours later you’re starving particularly if the meal you had had a lot of sugar in it or a lot of carbs see pretty big impact right in in there and there’s some research to back that up too the one study that I want to reference in particular measured liver triglyceride levels now triglycerides are stored forms of fat that are going to eventually get put into the bloodstream that you’ll be redeposited as fat tissue or used for energy well it’s found that supplementing CGA alone dramatically reduce the levels of hepatic triglycerides meaning triglycerides that are in your liver that means that you’re beating it to the punch you’re beating the fat to the punch before it’s in the bloodstream and before it’s converted to fat okay the next one is omega threes you’ve heard it before you heard they’re good for inflammation but did you know they’re good for reducing your appetite okay so things like salmon things like sardines even fish oil pills in general they decrease what are called leptin levels leptin is a hormone that’s activated when you eat and when you’re trying to boost your metabolism you’re trying to get hungry all the time you want your leptin levels to be high but if you’re trying to burn some fat you want to reduce your appetite you want those leptin levels to decrease that plays a big impact on how much food you typically want to eat and again there’s some research to back this one up too in a 2008 study by the Journal of appetite it was found that those that were given Omega 3 supplements saw a significant decrease in hunger levels throughout the course of the day and this was a wide peer-reviewed study that took 232 participants against double-blind placebo so that means that we have absolutely no variables proving that those that took Omega threes definitely had less of an appetite now the last one is 5htp and what 5htp stands for is 5-hydroxytryptophan and what it is is a precursor to the neurotransmitter serotonin you see normally when you consume tryptophan through food your body has to take that tryptophan converting it into 5-htp and then convert it into serotonin then once it’s been serotonin it can do a lot of other things in the body but we are skipping the step we’re skipping the step of needing the inefficient conversion of tryptophan to 5htp and going right to the source and the way that 5htp works in the brain is it crosses through what’s called the blood-brain barrier and once it’s inside the brain it acts on specific components within the brain in this case v h t1 b and v HT to see these areas of the brain are specifically correlated with hunger so when 5-htp activates on these particular areas it definitely makes its ear not nearly as hungry so let’s take a study ok this one particular study took nineteen obese women and these 19 obese women half of them were given placebo and half of them were given 5htp 30 minutes before they would eat well at the end of a series of weeks it was found that those that supplemented 5-htp ultimately ended up consuming 37% less calories total throughout the entire study resulting in quite a significant amount of fat loss over the controlled study so you can see that fat loss comes later okay first and foremost we work on appetite we work on hunger because at the end of the day calories in versus calories out is going to be the end-all be-all and that’s what we ultimately have to look at so as always to keep it locked in here in my videos and if you got something out of this make sure you give it a share and if you have any suggestions on future videos on ways to control your appetite ways to burn some stat ways to boost your mood ways to build some muscle and make sure that you comment them that my team and I can look at them and figure out what’s the best video to make next see you soon
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– 5-hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP) is a chemical that the body makes from tryptophan (an essential amino acid that you get from food).
5-HTP and Appetite
– Serotonin is a nervous system messenger, also called a neurotransmitter, with many functions in the body. One of those functions is that it can help to reduce appetite.
– In the body, 5–HTP crosses the blood–brain barrier and increases central nervous system (CNS) production of serotonin.
– Once the serotonin is produced it reduces or stops the hunger pangs. Two types of serotonin receptors (called 5–HT1B and 5–HT2C) have been specifically recognized as promoting serotonin–induced satiety. (1)
Chlorogenic Acid (CGA)
– Chlorogenic acid is a polyphenol antioxidant found in coffee.
– This antioxidant reduces blood glucose and insulin levels after a meal
– In one study, it was found that CGA acts to suppress body weight gain and visceral fat accumulation in mice.
– Reported that CGA is possibly effective against weight gain and fat accumulation by inhibition of fat absorption and activation of fat metabolism in the liver
– Oral administration of CGA (30 and 60 mg/kg/day) for 14 days dramatically reduced the level of hepatic TG in mice
– Another study investigated the effect of CGA on altering body fat in high-fat diet (37% calories from fat) induced obese mice
– Found that CGA significantly lowered body weight, visceral fat mass and plasma leptin, and insulin levels compared to the high-fat control group
– Also lowered lowered triglyceride and cholesterol concentrations.
– Chlorogenic acid significantly inhibited fatty acid synthase, while they increased fatty acid beta-oxidation
– Results suggested that CGA can improve body weight, lipid metabolism, and obesity-related hormones levels (5)
– Omega-3 fatty acids may suppress appetite because of their effect on leptin levels.
– Leptin is a hormone that affects appetite. When omega-3 fatty acid consumption is increased, leptin decreases, found a 2002 study published by the American Journal of Physiology
– Omega-3 fatty acids are considered essential fatty acids because your body can’t make them. You have to get them from food or supplements.
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