London, UK (PRWEB UK) 5 January 2014
X Factor finalist Sam Bailey has admitted that she had put on weight and was a recluse before going on the show, Yahoo! reported December 13th. The article, “Sam Bailey admits that she had 'put on weight' and was a 'recluse' before The X Factor gave her back her confidence – EXCLUSIVE,” noted that the bookies’ favourite feels her confidence has come back now she has lost weight. The former prison guard commented, ‘'I used to be really confident and thin and quite outgoing and then you put loads of weight on and you become a bit of a recluse in a way, in your own little mind. I've lost weight and I've started to get my confidence back. When I look back at my first audition I think that wasn't me.’ (http://uk.omg.yahoo.com/gossip/110--pop/sam-bailey-admits-put-on-weight-was-recluse-before-the-x-factor-back-confidence-exclusive-200857022.html)
This inspired Yourwellness Magazine to explore how herbal remedies can aid in weight loss. According to Yourwellness Magazine, ‘When you are trying to lose weight, you are likely to try all the traditional methods and then when those don’t do anything to improve your wellness and wellbeing, turn to the complementary methods…If you find yourself in this position, the first thing you should do is pay a visit to your local nutrition or herbal store, and ask them about the best complementary ways to lose weight. You should bear in mind that there are three herbs that are the best ones to help you lose weight, and they are uva ursi, hoodia and fennel.’ (http://www.yourwellness.com/2013/11/use-herbal-remedies-help-lose-weight/#sthash.u8j2460P.dpuf)
1. Uva ursi. Yourwellness Magazine explained that this herb helps to improve water retention. It fights bacteria and strengthens heart muscles by flushing excess fluids out of the body.
2. Hoodia. Yourwellness Magazine pointed out that this African herb helps to boost energy levels, suppress appetite and metabolise sugar levels.
3. Fennel. Yourwellness Magazine added that this plant is often used as an appetite suppressant.
To find out more, visit the gateway to living well at http://www.yourwellness.com.