Attention all stress eaters! You can finally stop overeating and snacking when life gets out of control. Saffron with Satiereal extract has been clinically proven to stop emotional cravings in their tracks.
According to a 2010 clinical study published on PubMed.gov, 60 women consumed one capsule saffron with Satiereal extract twice a day. After eight weeks, women taking the saffron capsules had a reduction in body weight and reported a decrease in snacking and increase in satiation.
Dr. Mehmet Oz boasted about saffron with Satiereal extract on his February 20 show. Dr. Oz had two women try the supplement over a weekend, each taking two 88.25 milligram capsules of Optimized Saffron. This particular formula contains safranal and crocin, which are saffron chemical components. Both reported a decrease in cravings and overeating. When weighed during the program, it was discovered one had lost three pounds and the other five pounds.
How Satiereal Saffron Decreases Cravings
When serotonin levels are low, people experience depression
. These feels can lead to compulsive eating. Saffron, particularly the chemical components of safranal and crocin, elevates serotonin levels. When serotonin levels are high, people feel less stressed and depressed. When people feel better emotionally, they are less likely to overeat and crave unhealthy food. The higher serotonin levels also produce a full feeling, making them feel satisfied.
Other Benefits of Satiereal Saffron
Satiereal saffron has been used for centuries to promote health. Besides being an effective appetite suppressant
, it also helps individuals with the following:
• Whooping cough
• Intestinal gas
• Loosens phlegm
• Alzheimer’s disease
• Spitting up blood
• Dry skin
• Low sex drive
• Premature ejaculation
• Menstrual cramps
• Premenstrual syndrome
Researchers discovered crocetin, a component of saffron, inhibits cancer cell growth; making crocetin an effective cancer preventative and therapy for existing cancer.
Side Effects of Satiereal Saffron
While most of the people in the 2010 study who took the supplement did not report any adverse reaction, those taking saffron in large doses were more likely to experience:
• Dry mouth
Poisoning can occur if taken in extreme doses. Individuals who have saffron poisoning have yellowish skin and eyes. They also experience vomiting, dizziness, bloody diarrhea and nose bleeds. It’s important to follow the recommended dosage on the bottle. Increasing the dose will not increase the effectiveness of the supplement.
Make Satiereal Saffron Work for You
Cravings can go into overdrive when you are on a diet. When you change your routine, your body doesn’t understand why you are changing its normal eating routine and becomes stressed. The stress causes you to want to eat the comfort foods that aren’t part of your diet.
Incorporate saffron with Satiereal extract into your day when you begin a new diet will help feel satisfied and full from a smaller amount of food while your body adjusts to the lower caloric intake. You’ll finally feel in control of your body instead of your body in control of you.
Before You Get Going
Before starting any new supplement, consult your doctor. Many supplements can cause drug interactions, which could result in serious side effects. Your doctor will be able to advise you on any possible reactions.
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