When the sun is shining, it's easy to cut out carbs to ensure your bod is thoroughly bikini ready when you hit the beach. However, with the autumnal equinox upon us and the promise of shearling-wearing weather just around the corner, a diet of lettuce leaves and fro-yos is looking increasingly less appealing.
So what are the options?
Child-size cutlery: embarrassing in restaurants.
Cabbage soup: anti-social
Tree-syrup, lemon juice and cayenne pepper: hungry.
Fortunately, we've discovered a fourth way and it's a whole lot easier to swallow. New slimming aid, Vita-Lean has already taken America by storm and is now available in the UK. This two-a-day pill represents a new, healthy and easier way to lose weight, works out at a bargain £1 a day and promises to help us drop up to a dress size in a month!
To be taken as part of a balanced diet, Vita-Lean supports fast, effective and healthy weight loss and appetite control with no unpleasant side effects.Natural plant extracts break down saturated fat while boosting the body's metabolism and gently suppress the appetite. But here's the best bit, Vita-Lean may also help to inhibit the body's fat production.
Key ingredients are Irvingia and Cissus. They've been used in West Africa for hundreds of years but this is the first time these two groundbreaking products have become available in capsule form. Irvingia gabonensis is an extract of the bush mango from Cameroon. It looks a bit like a lime and its flesh and 'ogbono' seed are used to thicken sauces and curries. Nigeria's Ibiobio tribe, who use use Irvingia on a daily basis tend to be slim with low levels of obesity. Cissus quadrangularis is a plant extract also found in Cameroon and its succulent stem is used for rehydration purposes by tribes working in the forests or simply as a cooking vegetable. Research has highlighted its ability to control blood glucose levels.
Just swallow one capsule with a large glass of water half an hour before main meals and prepare to smirk as you zip up your new high-waisted jeans with ease!Posted by Stephanie Hirschmiller at 10:22 am