In undomesticated animals, they will naturally eat what they need and no more. The task of searching for food and other basic requirements engages lots of work out and so wild animals remain logically fit and healthy.
The food accessible to them in their natural habitat is entirely designed to meet their needs in surroundings that have not been interfering with.
Domesticated animals are fed with food which they do not have to pursue for and that is not always suitable for their bodies. In addition, they are frequently exposed to a life style which add to sluggish metabolism, under performed thyroids and livers which are not able to remove toxins or eradicate unwanted fat from their bodies.
Selective breeding programs have frequently affected the capability of our pets to properly process the food that we give them and certain breeds are known to be more susceptible to obesity than others.
Somalata – Somlata helps in increasing metabolism to support burn more calories. It suppresses appetite to reduce calorie intake. It reduces hunger by balancing the blood sugar. It reduces cholesterol levels in the body. Somlata perks up muscle and fitness potential.
Guggul Guggul is botanically known as Commiphora Mukul. Guggul is a resin known to augment WBC counts and have strong disinfecting actions. Guggul has been known since prehistoric times for its lipid metabolism activities. It also lowers cholesterol and triglycerides levels, while preserving or improving the HDL to LDL ratio. It may have been one of the very first "broad spectrum drugs" with a wide medicinal properties.
Gymnema - It is in Latin known as Gymnema Sylvestre. Gymnema or Gurmara Gymnema, whose ayurvedic name literally means 'sugar slayer', has been depicted in vitro studies to have a glycolytic properties and the capability to decrease the power of a glucose solution. It has been used in Ayurveda since centuries to regulate sugar metabolism. Gymnema increases insulin production, probably by mending or regenerating pancreas cells, the site of insulin secretion. It also eliminates the taste of sugar, which successfully suppresses and neutralizes the desire for sweets.
Ginger – It is botanically known as Zingiber officinale. Ginger is the widespread used spice and is also used in Ayurvedic system of medicine to improve digestion and prevent nausea. These actions result from helping bowel movements and relaxing the muscles controlling the digestive system. Ginger is considered an adjuvant in many Ayurvedic combinations that enhance absorption and prevent gastrointestinal side effects.
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