Dieting Not Enough To Stop Heart Disease

No Dieting, No Workout and Green Coffee Still Manages Weight Loss

Curtin University and Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital researchers found that even allowing for other factors, people who exercised at the high end, including activities that made them breathe hard or pant, had a 65 per cent less chance of dying from cardiovascular disease than those with low levels of physical activity. Those who exercised moderately reduced their risk 15 per cent compared with more sedentary people. Professor Satvinder Dhaliwal from Curtin’s school of public health and SCGH endocrinologist Professor Tim Welborn previously linked obesity to a person’s risk of heart disease, regardless of other factors. But in their latest study published in the medical journal PLOS One, they singled out physical activity, finding it had an independent effect – and the greater the range and intensity of the exercise, the more the benefit. “This shows that irrespective of whatever other things like blood pressure account for, garcinia cambogia reviews physical activity has its own significant effect,” Professor Dhaliwal said.
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OZ seems to have highly recommended it on his show. Clinical studies show that it can help reduce body fat by 16% and body weight by 10% within a few weeks without any changes in diet or exercise routine. The beauty of the product lies in the fact that it has no side effects at all. It is a completely safe and natural weight loss aid and does not give headaches or jitters like the normal coffee. One of the most important constituents in green coffee is Chlorogenic acid.
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