There is a misconception about how we become overweight and what constitutes proper nutrition. With SLIM Shots helping people effectively exercise portion control, and the nutritional guidance I offer, the opportunity for behavioral and physical transformation just increases dramatically.
Wayne, NJ (PRWEB) August 7, 2008
Whether ordering food at a restaurant or describing our collective derrieres, Americans are no strangers to the term "Super Sized." Despite nearly a decade of aggressive governmental, medical, and scientific community programs aimed at educating the public on the right way to get and stay fit, to "eat less and exercise more," Americans are still fat.
For most overweight people, reducing calories has been easier said than done -- until now. The new to the U.S. dietary supplement, Slim Shots, is making caloric intake and portion control manageable through a patented European emulsion that helps users eat up to 30% less food, as evidenced in 6 published clinical trials and papers.
10 Years in Development
Researchers and scientists have long understood the process behind the body's desire for food and the amount consumed, but the role fats play in creating a sense of fullness while eating, and for hours after finishing the meal, has only recently been understood. Behind the breakthrough are the Sweden-based LTP Lipid Technologies Provider AB and its $9 billion pharmaceutical-grade ingredient parent company, DSM.
More than 10 years in development, company researchers found that fats delivered directly to the ileum, or lower part of the intestine, triggers a feeling of satisfaction or fullness. Once comfortably satisfied, a mechanism called the "ileal brake" is activated and the feeling of being full, from the end of one meal to the next, occurs.
The patented emulsion in Slim Shots was, however, a more complex development than just mixing oils in water. Getting the palm oil into the lower intestine to trigger the ileal break required developers to devise a unique molecular coating of galactolipids, in which oat oil is naturally rich, onto the palm oil. The result is Fabuless, an emulsion that passes through the stomach and small intestine to reach the ileum and trip the break.
Endorsed by High-Profile Nutritionist and Author
The success of the emulsion is not only evidenced in 6 published clinical trials, but in an endorsement from high profile nutritionist and author, Dr. Philip Goglia.
Goglia, who helped Brendan Fraser achieve a memorably lean physique for his role as George in "George of the Jungle," is no stranger to helping people go from flab to fab. The author of "Turn Up the Heat" and nutritionist to such Hollywood celebrities as Owen Wilson, Jeff Goldblum, Sally Field, Gillian Anderson, and Kim Delaney, said of his Slim Shots endorsement, "There is a misconception about how we become overweight and what constitutes proper nutrition. With SLIM Shots helping people effectively exercise portion control, and the nutritional guidance I offer, the opportunity for behavioral and physical transformation just increases dramatically."
Exercising portion control is as simple as taking one shot, or dose, of Slim Shots and eating up to 30% less food for up to 8 hours. With less saturated fat than milk fat from ordinary dairy products, and zero trans fats, a single dose of Slim Shots represents between 3 and 4% of the recommended daily fat intake for adults.
Flavored with vanilla and sweetened with aspartame, Slim Shots can be taken straight like a "shot" of liquor or by adding it to breakfast cereal, coffee, or yogurt. Because it is fully digested an triggers the body's natural appetite control mechanism the way foods do, no embarrassing side effects on body functions occur.
Available at retailers nationwide, Slim Shots comes in a 14, 21, or 30-count supply and retails from $19.99 for the 14-count box to $39.95 for the 30-count box.
While weight loss still requires eating sensibly and exercising, one thing is clear - reducing your calories and controlling your hunger between meals just got a lot easier.
For more information, visit http://www.slimshots.com.