The excerpts of the article below were taken from Woman’s World Magazine, May 19, 2008 issue. The magazine’s latest issue, Dec. 15, 2008 gives an update and reveals the UGA’s new-and-improved antioxidants mix: resveratrol, soy isoflavones and quercetin. “…you can diet for a mere 72 hours and still lose 4, 8 even 10 pounds over the course of a week.”
According to the magazine: These antioxidants combination reduced cells’ ability to store fat by about 130% and caused fat cells to disintegrate altogether at a rate 346% higher than normal. This new and improved combination, it’s about 100% more potent—and destined to be the hottest weight-loss trend of 2009. Click here for update: The UGA and MaryAnne DellaFera’s Fat-Melting Diet Pill
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The Woman’s World magazine tested the University of Georgia’s (UGA) fast fat-melting breakthrough discovery: 2 burn body fat super-nutrients: soy isoflavones and resveratrol.
Here are the FAQs from Woman’s World magazine on “Burn Body Fat” Super-nutrients:
Effectivity of “Burn Body Fat” Super-nutrients
Q: Could you benefit from taking just one of the antioxidants? A: Soy isoflavones and resveratrol were found to be about 70% more effective when combined. “Antioxidants trade electrons when they’re together, which generally enhances their effects,” explains UGA’s MaryAnne DellaFera, Ph.D.
More antioxidants to Burn Body Fat
Q: What about adding even more antioxidants? A: DellaFera reveals that as-yet-unpublished research suggests a combination of soy isoflavones, resveratrol and the onion antioxidant quercetin may prove to be the ultimate fat-fighter. Want to try quercetin? The pro suggests a 500-mg. daily dose.
Burn Body Fat – Soy Isoflavones Risk
Q: Are the supplements safe for everyone? A: Quercetin and resveratrol are generally considered safe as long as you’re not pregnant/nursing, but always get an okay from your doctor before taking any new supplement. Soy isoflavones are a plant form of estrogen, and some experts theorize that they could speed the growth of estrogen-related tumors, so you may want to avoid soy supplements if you have or are at high risk for breast cancer.
“Burn Body Fat” Recommended Supplement Brands
Q: Brands to try? A: DellaFera recommends Life Extension Formula SuperAbsorbable Soy Isoflavones (60, 100-mg. caps) and Resveratrol (60, 100-mg.caps) both available at www.lef.org.
Another good option is Longevinex Resveratrol (30, 100-mg. caps) at www. longevinex.com.
More articles on UGA’s Melt Body Fat Cells Breakthrough Discovery:
- The antioxidant mix (from soy and grapes) reduced cells’ ability to store fat by 80% and caused fat cells to self-destruct altogether at a rate 246% higher than normal. Read Burn Body Fat Fast: Lose Fat Cells with These 2 Powerful Nutrients.
- With these yummy menus you’ll also get bonus doses of soy isoflavones and resveratrol in your meals! Read Burn Body Fat Diet: Lose Fat Menus
- Find out what users say about the University of Georgia “cocktail” diet pill. Read University of Georgia Diet “Cocktail” Pill: Does it Work?
- Many readers of Woman’s World Magazine, who want to lose weight, are searching in the internet for more information about resveratrol, soy isoflavones and quercetin. Read Users’ Experience with the New Diet Pill
Source: Excerpts taken from Woman’s World, pp. 18, 19. May 19, 2008 issue To obtain Woman’s World Back Issues send check or money order ($2.50 per copy) to: Woman’s World Back Issue Dept. 270 Sylvan Ave. Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07362