Scientists at Louisiana State University’s Pennington Biomedical Research Center have tested and confirmed the effectiveness of a new spinach-based dietary supplement that cuts hunger and increases the feeling of fullness.
Spinach extract shows promise for appetite control
Spinach Extract May Be Used as Dietary Supplement
Scientists at LSU’s Pennington Biomedical Research Center have tested and confirmed the effectiveness of a new spinach-based dietary supplement that cuts hunger and increases the feeling of fullness — an important discovery for the millions of people who struggle with their appetite and who may also crave fatty or salty foods.
LSU may have key to curbing hunger
Struggling with losing weight? Researchers at LSU’s Pennington Biomedical Research Center say they’ve made an important discovery that could help the millions of people who struggle with their appetite. The answer is an extract derived from spinach. And scientists say it may not only help increase the feeling of fullness, but can also have with cravings for fatty or salty foods.
Acute Effects of a Spinach Extract Rich in Thylakoids on Satiety: A Randomized Controlled Crossover Trial
By retarding fat digestion, thylakoids, the internal photosynthetic membrane system of green plants, promote the release of satiety hormones. This study examined the effect of consuming a single dose of concentrated extract of thylakoids from spinach on satiety, food intake, lipids, and glucose compared to a placebo.
Spinach Product for Weight Loss [from: examiner.com]
The fictional character, Popeye the sailor man, maintained his physical fitness by consuming spinach. Many are aware that spinach is a healthy veggie that is rich in healthy nutrients such as vitamin C, iron, and antioxidants; however, spinach is also rich in thylakoids, which can aid in appetite control.
Thylakoids exert positive effects for body weight and appetite regulation
Thylakoids, membranes found in green plants such as spinach, exert positive effects for body weight and appetite regulation and can be used as an effective tool for novel treatment of overweight, obesity and the metabolic diseases.
Spinach Extract Shown to Reduce Appetite in Human Clinical Trial
A spinach extract made from baby spinach leaves has been shown to reduce appetite in a human clinical trial.
Special Spinach Extract Puts an End to Mindless Eating
Some people just can’t stop eating and eating no matter what—and it’s not because they’re hungry. They simply like to eat. If you thought a visit to a psychiatrist or gastric-banding surgeon were the only ways to fix that, hold on. A dietary supplement made from a certain leafy green vegetable may be the answer to curing even the most voracious appetite naturally.
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