Extra Holiday Pounds Got You Down? HGH & Healthy Eating Will Help!

 In General Health, Nutrition

The guests have left, the gifts have been opened, and if you’re like many people after the holidays, your belt is one notch looser. If you indulged a little too much over the holidays, there’s a fix for that. Human Growth Hormone in combination with some specific healthy eating tips will get you back to looking good and feeling good so you can enjoy 2014 a healthier, happier you!

The benefits of HGH go far beyond just as a fitness booster. It’s both eating and exercise that go hand in hand to increase your natural HGH levels, and if you’re using a safe and natural HGH supplement such as deer antler spray, you will notice all kinds of healthy benefits, from more energy to better skin, to an increase in lean muscle mass. Also, when you’re eating for weight loss, focusing on good eating habits and HGH will help you on your path to weight loss. Here, some tips to follow that will help you tighten that belt back up in no time.

1. Most weight loss programs encourage you to lose weight by tracking the amount of calories you take in versus the amount of calories that you expend. However, eating any old thing isn’t recommended. The type of food you eat makes a difference, too. Focus on choosing whole, fresh foods that are organic to start with. Eating raw fruits and vegetables is also important. Also, choose foods that are alkaline, such as leafy greens; root vegetables; broccoli, cauliflower and Brussels Sprouts; garlic; and lemons to help your body balance the acidic foods it takes in.

2. Say goodbye to sugar. It’s not just the sugar you see that can make you gain weight (and mess with your body’s ability to properly use HGH), but it’s the hidden sugar found in a whole host of foods. High fructose corn syrup, sucrose, fructose, dextrose, sorbitol, and more are all forms of sugar that lurk in everything from ketchup to yogurt to canned vegetables. Reading ingredient labels is the best way to spot sugar in all it’s forms on the label, and buying foods that are as close to “the source” as possible can ensure that hidden sugars are not included.

3. Make sure you eat fats . . . just the good ones. Your body needs fat, but there is a difference between good fat and bad fat. Trans fats and saturated fats are out, and good, healthy sources of fat like nuts, wild fish and seeds are in.

It is possible to reverse the damage done by overindulging a little bit during the holidays. Using a combination of good food choices, HGH supplements and a plan to help your body produce more HGH naturally will have you heading into 2014 in good shape!

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