The two-ingredient drink can quickly burn visceral fat and speed up metabolism

A diet expert says that there is a green drink that can quickly burn body fat and speed up metabolism.

Many dieters look to slimming brands and crash diets to lose weight fast, but according to the wellness psychologist, there is a more natural solution.

Visceral fat is also known as ‘hidden fat’ – material that is stored deep inside the belly and can be difficult to move.

Visceral fat is caused by sugary foods and drinks, alcohol, and refined grains.

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One of the main dangers of visceral fat is the production of more proteins called cytokines, which trigger low-level inflammation.

This, in turn, increases the risk of other chronic conditions. A combination of exercise and diet is necessary to reduce visceral fat storage in the body.

According to wellness psychologist Ieva Kubiliute, a green juice can offer quick results.

Coriander leaves, seeds, flowers, and fruits are packed with high antioxidant content, which help with digestion.

The plant exhibits a wide range of medicinal activities including antidiabetic, antioxidant, and anticancer functions, says the Express.

Ieva Kubiliute, a wellness psychologist, explained: “Coriander juice is popular for fast weight loss.

“It works by increasing your metabolism, so you burn more calories at a faster rate.

“You may not like the taste of it, but mixing it with lemon juice enhances the flavor and gives more effect.”

In a study published in the Journal of Agriculture & Biology, researchers investigated the effects of dietary supplementation with coriander seeds on lipid storage in visceral adipose tissue in growing rats.

The rodents were fed either standard rat chow or standard chow supplemented with crushed coriander seeds.

After five weeks, the researchers noted a marked difference in visceral fat between different rodents.

The researchers explained: “While dietary supplementation with coriander did not affect liver lipid content, it did significantly increase the amount of monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids in visceral adipose tissue, where it also decreased fatty acid content.

“Coriander increased omega-3:omega-6 ratios in visceral adipose tissue, which may explain its health benefits.”

The findings are consistent with additional research published in the Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances, studying the effects of coriander seed supplementation.

The study findings confirmed the lipid-lowering and antioxidant function of the seed in quail.

Adding two to four percent coriander seeds to the animal’s diet significantly reduced abdominal fat deposition and increased PUFAs.

One limitation of the two studies mentioned above is that they were done on animals, so more research is needed to establish the clinical relevance of coriander juice for treating visceral fat in humans.

However, previous research concluded that the leaves stimulate metabolism by increasing insulin secretion, which helps control blood sugar.

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The condition is largely attributed to a sedentary lifestyle, so exercising regularly is the most logical approach to losing weight.

Harvard Health recommends engaging in “at least 30 minutes of moderate-intensity activity most days, such as brisk walking or bicycling at a casual pace.”

Foods that make up soluble fiber are also considered beneficial for visceral fat loss because they promote prolonged satiety.

Paying attention to portion size is also considered important, as is emphasizing complex carbohydrates in your diet.

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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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