Eating well balanced meals with real food, walking after meals, eating until full, hydrating, not eating 3 hours before bed For rapid weight loss Ingest 1-2 grams of AFA with a glass of water 30 minutes prior to eating.
Emotional + binge eating, processed food, excessive sugar, alcohol, eating after full, snacking between meals, sedentary lifestyle, not enough liquids, eating in a hurry, not chewing enough.
AFA + Weight Management
Learn MoreWhen you are properly nourished with AFA and healthy real food you feel better physically and mentally. You don't need to eat all the time and you crave less sugar, unhealthy fats, alcohol etc.
AFA contains all the necessary enzymes and minerals lysine, iron, manganese methionine, Vit B.+ C for your body to produce Carnitine which is crucial in transporting fat into energy. The more efficient this process the less food you need or crave and more energy you have which increases activity and calories burned.
Phenylalanine is an essential Amino acid that quickly crosses the blood brain barrier and is converted to adrenaline and dopamine in the liver. These brain chemicals make us feel alert, satisfied and happy which can reduce our cravings for sugar, high fat, processed foods and alcohol. The amino acid Tyrosine and mineral Zinc are a powerful anti depression combination and can support mood during dieting or the mental challenges of forming new healthy habits.
Chromium and Vanadium supports blood sugar harmony, insulin production and efficiency therefore reducing sugar and carbohydrate cravings. See Diabetes.
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