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Irwin Naturals Triple-Diet Max Accelerator™ -- 72 Liquid Softgels


Irwin Naturals Triple-Diet Max Accelerator™
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Irwin Naturals Triple-Diet Max Accelerator™ Description

  • Stimulant Free!
  • Garcinia: Fat Reduction
  • Caralluma: Curb Appetite
  • GreenSelect®: Weight Support

Triple-Diet Max Accelerator combines three scientifically-researched ingredients to support healthy weight management. When used in conjunction with a reduced calorie diet and exercise, this multi-action product can help you achieve your weight loss goals!

 

Garcinia: This tropical fruit is native to Southeast Asia and India. It supplies a unique compound called HCA (hydroxycitric acid) that targets fat production in the body. Research has shown that HCA inhibits a portion of the body's citrate lyase (an enzyme that converts carbohydrates into body fat).

 

Caralluma: This edible cactus is native to India. It has been used as a food for centuries to curb the sensation of hunger. Emerging research appears to support this historical usage...and demonstrates its potential as a weight support aid.

 

GreenSelect®: This decaffeinated green tea extract uses patented "phytosome" technology to  improve the bioavailability (absorption) of select phytochemicals. It supports the body's antioxidant defense systems and can help reduce body weight.


Directions

(Adult) Take three (3) Liquid Soft-Gels twice daily, 30 minutes before mealtime.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 3 Liquid Softgels
Servings per Container: 24
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Garcinia (Garcinia cambogia) extract (50% HCA) (fruit)1200 mg*
Caralluma Fimbriata extract (20:1) (aerial)500 mg*
GreenSelect® Phytosome Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) extract (1:2) (leaf)150 mg*
Bioperine Complex
BioPerine® Black Pepper extract (95% piperine) (fruit), Ginger extract (5% gingerols) (root)
3 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Flax seed oil, gelatin, purified water, glycerin, beeswax, soy lecithin, annatto, silicon dioxide, turmeric, titanium dioxide, St. John's bread and sodium copper chlorophyllin.

Contains: soy.

Warnings

Check with your doctor before using this product if you are using medication or have any medical conditions, including digestive disorders. Do not use if you may become pregnant, are pregnant or nursing. Do not exceed recommended daily intake. Not intended for use by persons under 18.

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"Returning to Normal" Post Pandemic - Tips to Get Your Diet and Exercise Back on Track

After a year of turning our lives upside down, the coronavirus pandemic finally appears to be ebbing. Mass vaccinations and plummeting infection rates suggest a new day is about to dawn. If so, it's happening not a moment too soon. Americans have suffered greatly during the pandemic -- both physically and emotionally -- according to a new study from the American Psychological Association. Woman Working on Return to Normalcy Post Pandemic Making Healthy Smoothie in Blender | Vitacost.com/blog The study found that among U.S. adults:
  • 61% have experienced undesired weight changes
  • 67% are sleeping either more or less than they want
  • 23% are drinking more alcohol
So, chances are good that you are among the millions who need to do a little repair work before getting life back to normalcy. Whether it is returning to an exercise routine or breaking bad eating habits that emerged during the pandemic, a slow and steady approach is crucial. “Don't make the mistake of jumping right back to where you left off,” says Lauryn Mohr, a personal trainer and Senior Metabolic Specialist at Life Time Omaha. “This is the perfect time to go back to the fundamentals.”

Return to Normalcy Strategies

Eating better

The APA study found that among people who gained weight, the typical gain was about 15 pounds. Kaleigh McMordie, a registered dietitian nutritionist and blogger at Lively Table, says many people have turned to comfort food to tame stress, anxiety, boredom and loneliness. "The past year has been stressful and full of uncertainty for all of us," she says. The en masse move of workers from offices to home offices also likely contributed to weight gain, says Rachel Begun, a registered dietitian nutritionist, executive coach and wellness culture expert. "Sitting at our computers all day long makes us more sedentary," she says. "You’d be surprised how the light activity expended while getting ourselves to the office and walking between meetings can add up to make a big difference." If you have gained a few pounds during the past year, McMordie urges you not to be too tough on yourself. "It doesn't make you a bad person or a failure if you've gained weight, it makes you human," McMordie says. "Feeling guilty or ashamed can keep you trapped in a binge-restrict cycle." She says the best way to get back on track is to stay present, paying close attention with how you feel, both physically and emotionally. Notice what your body needs -- from rest to a specific type of food -- and respond accordingly, she adds. "Honoring your body with nourishing food and exercise that feels good is a good way to get back in touch with your needs and feel healthier," she says. Begun adds that as life begins to open up again, it is the perfect time to build new habits. She suggests starting by eating meals away from your desk. "When we eat in front of a screen we are distracted from the sensory experiences of eating and registering our feeling of fullness, both of which can leave us unsatisfied and more likely to overeat," Begun says.

Getting fit again

The pandemic forced millions of people out of their gym routines. Some began exercising from home, but many simply stopped exercising. If you plan to return to a fitness regimen, Mohr suggests taking things slow. Begin by setting up a workout schedule that includes strategically placed recovery days. "Aim for workouts on Monday, Wednesday, Friday -- with a full recovery day in between for the first two to four weeks -- before adding more to avoid injury from doing too much, too soon," she says. She suggests focusing on using bodyweight movements with a slower tempo, or isometric holds to build strength and stamina before hitting the heavy weights again. Examples include: "It's a humbling way to add intensity with a lower risk of injury," she says. If you've been working out at home and now are returning to the gym, it is easy to get excited and overzealous about having access to more equipment and weights, Mohr says. But she notes that even seasoned athletes practice the basics day in and day out. Mohr suggests choosing just one or two machine-based exercises for the upper body. Then, do the same for the lower body. "Instead of comparing yourself to where you used to be, use this as a time to challenge yourself to use perfect form or re-learn movements without the pressure of how much weight you're using, how fast you're moving," she says. Taking such an approach allows you to add more weight and repetitions slowly instead of "'going big' your first week back and having to scale back due to soreness or injury," Mohr says.

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