Magic Slim Body Shaper

Magic Slim Body Shaper

It is beneficial to wear for any body shape woman who wants to look slim and fit. This magic slim body shaper launch of negative ions is at a high level which is equivalent to the anion concentration of the outskirts, and this beneficial for people’s health. It is ideal for any type of occasion. This makes your body look slimmer and skinnier instantly as advance fat burning technology. It enhances both their beauty as well as provides them comfort all day long.
How does Magic Slim Works?
Magic slim is a body shaper which allows firm, slim and lifts your full body. You feel free and comfortable; its fabric has memories & burns fats evenly.
Magic slim is a body shaper built in decline pads around the bust, hips and tummy to ensure a soft and shapely body curve.
Benefits 2:
Magic slim shaper is comfortable, discreet and only you will know you are wearing it. Like a more relaxed corset.
Apart from quickly fixing your figure to look slender, Slim and Lift body slim shaper also works as your fat reducing tool whenever you wear it. It has a magical shaper that matches to your fats and budget with the latest offer from Magic Global Group.
Benefit 3:
Magic Slim body shaper solves two problems in your body. First, this top breaks camisole, which is made of nylon and spandex, charmingly curve your body shape.
It augments your ruined just like push up bra and hides flab’s in your waistline. Instantly, you have sensuous body in any garb that you like to wear.
This shaper is available in some unique colors’, free size and ideal for you type neckline.
Benefit 4:
It contains plentiful of Mineral trace elements benefits greatly to human health.
It can promote the oxygenolysis of greasy acid and eat up a pound flesh rapidly, so when you are wearing it, your fat burns every minute and second your body becomes thinner during day and night and you always look’s fit.

Diet Colas for Weightloss? Think again.

diet sodaColas and carbonated drinks can sabotage your weight loss goals. This is true even if you are drinking diet drinks! Research has revealed that anything that is carbonated seems to make you gain weight.

The worst culprit when it comes to soda induced weight gain is cola which of course contains a great deal of sugar. This certainly blows away the belief that it is okay for the dieting individual to drink club soda.

Soda induced weight gain simply has something to do with carbonation in general. Studies have proven that people just don’t seem to gain as much weight when they drink non-carbonated beverages. When it comes to drinking club soda the high sodium level of these beverages may be to blame.  They can cause you to retain water and cause havoc with other systems in your body such as your blood pressure.

Experts say that if you stop drinking all carbonated drinks you can lose as much as fifteen pounds in one month. It is the sugar in the colas that is so addictive. Anybody who is a cola addict is also a sugar addict. Sugar is an empty calorie with no nutritional value. Your body loves to store it and if all of this sugar is not worked off immediately it can go straight to the areas on your body where you collect stubborn fat.

Nutritionally a cola is one of the worst foods you can put in your body. First of all it is not even of much value as a fluid as it has so much caffeine in it that it acts as a diuretic. A diuretic is any food or liquid that causes a person to lose water through urination.  Just one eight-ounce glass of the cola contains 140 calories and all of those calories come from high fructose corn syrup.

The caffeine in Coke helps speed the sugar to your pancreas where it is then unleashed into your bloodstream. The results in a temporary high once all of this sugar is delivered to your brain. Unfortunately the high that a sugar addict gets from drinking a coke doesn’t last for long and a crash in mood or energy soon follows. This then triggers the brain to go searching for another cola fix so that it can experience the elation of another sugar high.  soda facts

Consider that just four eight ounces servings of Coca Cola will add 560 calories to your diet a day. If you have been exercising and dieting then it might be time to take a serious look at how often you consume carbonated beverages as that might be the cause of your mysterious inability to lose weight.

Good Fats and Bad Fats

It was only about a decade ago that all fat was considered bad for natural weight loss. However nowadays fat is divided into two different categories – good fats and bad fats. The good fats are essential to heart health brain functioning and healing. The bad fats cause all kinds of ailments including diabetes, cancer and heart attacks.

Contemporary research shows that you can make yourself sick by cutting all fats from your diets. The good fats are called unsaturated fats. Unsaturated fats are divided into two categories – monounsaturated fats and polyunsaturated fats. Both types can help lower elevated cholesterol levels. Monounsaturated fats have a dual purpose – helping to lower LDL (bad cholesterol) while raising levels of HDL (good cholesterol) at the same time.

Monounsaturated fats also have a slight edge health wise over the polyunsaturated kind because they are thought to be more stable biochemically and less likely to cause free radicals to let loose in the body.


Still polyunsaturated fats are not worthless. They are a fantastic source of essential omega-3 fatty acids. These types of acids are found mostly in dark leafy greens, nuts cold-water fish, flaxseed oils, vegetable oils and some types of seeds. Our bodies cannot manufacture essential fatty acids. Consuming these fish, seeds and nuts is the only way for our bodies to take advantage of their benefits. Essential fatty acids are thought to lower blood pressure, combat LDL (bad) cholesterol, protect the brain and nervous system and have healing effect on the body in the general.

Most cooking oils consist of unsaturated fats. Two oils are a superior choice for cooking because they contain optimum levels of monounsaturated fats. These two oils are canola oil and olive oil. These are the only two oils you should be cooking with if you want to lose weight.

However it is important to remember that whether fat is classified as good or bad it still counts as a calorie. That does not mean that the oil has fewer calories. Whatever type of oil you are eating it will always be one hundred percent fat.

The worst fats are found in meat and dairy. These are called saturated fats and are found mostly in dairy and meat products. You can tell a saturated fat from an unsaturated or monosaturated fat because it remains solid at room temperature. Eating these types of fats on a regular basis also has the effect of directly raising your LDL (bad cholesterol) as well as the count of your total cholesterol.

Fad Diets to Avoid

fadMost weight loss diets are actually fad diets that are repackaged to us as the newest and latest way to lose weight. A good example of this kind of resell to the public is the Zone diet. The Zone Diet sounded novel when it first came out but it is actually based on food combining principles from Asia that have been around for thousands of years. Another example is the South Beach diet which is based on the Stillman Diet from the sixties.

So how do you tell if a fad diet is a truly just a repackaged trend?  First of all if it is based on the way cavemen eat or on the foods eaten in the Bible it is likely to be a bit bogus. That type of diet is based on food deprivation and vegetarianism and both types of weight loss methods have been around for thousands of years. Basically if the diet is based on eating mostly protein and no carbs, carbs and no protein or no fat it is not a healthy diet.

It is also a fad diet if it is based on eating only one food such as a grapefruit only diet or fatty foods only diet.  You just don’t get all of the nutrition that you need eating this way. You need to eat a variety of foods in order to stay healthy.

The South Beach Diet, the Zone Diet and the Atkins diet are high protein low fat diet diets. These types of diets induce ketosis to accelerate weight loss. Ketosis is an abnormal body process that occurs during starvation. Ketosis causes fatigue, constipation, nausea, and vomiting, none of which are part of a healthy lifestyle. The long-term side effects of ketosis are documented to include heart disease, bone loss, and kidney damage.

Crash diets dehydrate you, low calorie diets put your body into starvation so you can’t lose one more pound and high protein diets stress your kidneys and clog your arteries.

unhealthy-diet-e1352873643736You do need both protein and fat in the diet as both serve important metabolic and physiological roles in the body. Fad and crash diets, such as the ones described above are not only unhealthy but they are also cause rebound weight gain. Also most diets cause an initial weight loss but the ultimate result is that you gain all of the weight back the minute you go off the plan.  If you don’t gain it back within a couple of months, you are likely to gain it all back plus a bit more within a year.

Vitamins and Minerals for Natural Weight Loss

vitPart of a healthy natural weight loss regiment is making sure that you get all the vitamins and minerals that you need to sustain your body’s health. This is especially important if the weight loss diet that you are on involves a restriction of calories.  Ideally you should get your vitamins from eating plant foods but if you can’t you can get them from food then you may have to resort to taking vitamin supplements.

Here is how vitamins can benefit you and what foods you can find each type in.

Vitamin A (retinol)
Benefits growth, reproduction and strengthens immunity, skin, tissues and eyesight
Found in eggs, cheese, milk, tuna, bluefish, mackerel

Vitamin B1 (thiamin)
Benefits brain function and converts excess carbohydrates to fat
Found in pecans, peanuts, barley, rice bran, wheat germ, oatmeal, brewer’s yeast, ham, green and black-eyed peas and black beans

Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) 
Protects against cancer and anemia
Found in soy milk, brewer’s yeast yogurt, cottage cheese, asparagus, Brussels sprouts

Vitamin B3 (niacin)
Lowers cholesterol, protects against cardiovascular disease and prevents diabetes.
Found in low-fat meats, tofu, brewer’s yeast, fish, eggs, cottage cheese, peas, broccoli, mushrooms

Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine)    
Decreases homocysteine levels and risk of heart disease and improves glucose tolerance. It also improves carpal tunnel syndrome, mood and sleep disorders and, PMS
Found in banana, avocado, rice bran, brown rice, oatmeal, soybeans, sunflower seeds, broccoli, all meat, halibut, pork, brewer’s yeast

Vitamin B12
This nutrient aids new cell growth, glucose metabolism and the nervous system.
Found in low-fat animal protein and beef, oysters, clams, crab, tuna, bluefish, cottage cheese, low-fat milk, yogurt, cheese, eggs

This is an antioxidant that improves vision and protects the body from cancer.
Found in dark leafy greens, carrots, sweet potato, squash, pumpkin, papaya, apricots, cantaloupe

Produces healthy hair and prevents baldness
Found in eggs, cauliflower, legumes, mushrooms, oat bran, liver, pecans, peanuts

Vitamin C  
Improves immune system response, promotes wound healing, reduces allergies and offers protection against cancer.
Found in kiwi, strawberries, citrus fruits, papaya, peppers, broccoli, spinach, Brussels sprouts

Prevents osteoporosis, prevents some cancers, and is useful in treatment of high blood pressure.
Found in low-fat milk, yogurt, dairy, tofu, legumes, almonds, sesame seeds, molasses, salmon, mackerel, dark leafy greens, broccoli

Useful in the treatment of diabetes, cardiovascular disease and high blood pressure.
Found in lean beef, oysters, buckwheat, whole grains, molasses, potato skins

Protects against cardiovascular disease and may help with arthritis.
Found in oysters, lobster, Brazil nuts, walnuts, pecans, almonds, sunflower and pumpkin seeds, split peas, buckwheat, granola, chocolate

Vitamin D    
Aids calcium absorption, hearing and also maintains healthy nerves and muscles.
Found in low-fat milk, eggs, herring, salmon, sardines

Vitamin E
Boosts immune system and also serves as an antioxidant for cancer prevention.
Found in green leafy vegetables, wheat germ, poultry, fish, sweet potato, soybeans, walnuts, almonds, walnut oil, sunflower oil

Folate (folic acid)
Decreases risk of heart disease and prevents birth defects.
Found in eggs, dark leafy greens, broccoli, asparagus, avocado, sweet potato, peanuts, sunflower seeds, orange juice

Protects against anemia and boosts the immune system.
Found in lean animal protein, fortified cereals, legumes, spinach, beets, almonds, and pumpkin and sesame seeds

Vitamin K
Protects against osteoporosis and cancer.
Found in dark leafy greens, broccoli, asparagus, cauliflower, chickpeas, lentil, yogurt

Helps build strong bones and teeth.
Found in lean meat, low-fat dairy, whole grains, legumes, and peas

Boosts immune system, protects against heart diseases, works as an anti-inflammatory and prevents cancer
Found in lean meat, wheat germ, barley, oats, whole grains, Brazil nuts, eggs, oat bran, liver

Aids with fertility, skin growth, healing, digestion and boosts immune system.
Found in oysters, whitefish, lean meat and animal protein, black-eyed and split peas, oatmeal, brown rice, wheat germ

How to Combat Belly Fat

ImageIf you have belly fat building up around your midriff it is not a good sign. You need to address this matter by adjusting your diet. Here are some tips for combating belly fat.

1.  Include more fiber in your diet.  If your digestive tract is bloated or constipated it can cause your tummy to become distended. Eat more fiber in the form of grains, flax seeds and vegetables. When matter is cleaned out of the digestive tract it makes you look thinner.

2. Drink more water.  The colon needs to flush out toxins and the best way to do this is drink sixty four ounces of water which is equal to eight eight ounce glasses of water a day. Never wait until you are thirsty to drink as that means you are already dehydrated.

3. Eat food rich in magnesium. This includes beets, raisins, dates and soybeans. These help fight a variety of cancers and help keep your muscles operating without pain so you can reduce that belly fat. Magnesium also helps calm your nerves which in turn can help prevent anxious overeating.

4. Eat foods rich in folic acid. This includes orange juice and spinach. You will be able to exercise long without getting exhausted if you get enough of this nutrient.

5. Get enough Vitamin D.  In order to lead a healthy life you need to supplement your diet with at least 1200 milligrams of Vitamin D a day.

6. Take two Baby Aspirin every day.  This is one way to help sweep cholesterol and fat out of the system. It helps prevent belly swelling and fat building up around the midriff.

7. Drink black coffee.  Drinking black coffee helps the intestines to eliminate waste. Drinking up to three cups a day can help keep the waistline trim and also provide you with the stimulation and stamina that you need to sustain exercising for a long time.

belly28. Eat foods with next to no calories.  Foods with no calories are called zero calorie foods and include lettuces and berries. These foods have almost no calories in them. They are also rich in antioxidants and help keep you from gaining weight.

9. Eat whole grains. Eating grains can help flush fat and cholesterol out of the intestines. Quinoa, spelt and bulgur are good choices.

10. Drink rice or soy milk instead of milk. Even the slightest of milk allergies has been known to distend a stomach and produce gas and inflammation that can make you look fatter than you are.

Core Exercises to Lose Weight

coreCore strengthening exercises are also sometimes called abdominal-strengthening exercises. This is because when you strengthen the core stomach muscles you also strengthen the back and midriff. There are many benefits to having a strong core and one of them is that a strong core can help you lose weight.

The benefits of abdominal strengthening exercises are not just limited to helping you lose weight. They also ease the back and perhaps even get rid back pain and strain. Doing tummy strengthening exercises also keeps your organs in their rightful places and helps speed up weight loss.  They can also increase your all over flexibility as well as your ability to twist from side to side.

The stronger you abdominal muscles are the less likely you are to sustain a back strain or back injury or develop a hernia.  Although a trimmer waistline is a side effect of doing these exercises the real benefit is a stronger back. This in turn can allow you to exercise harder and longer. Of course the more you exercise the more weight that you will lose.

So just what are abdominal strengthening exercises? You might just know them as sit ups. Professional trainers also offer classes in gyms that employ the use of medicine balls or air filled exercise balls to perform abdominal strengthening exercises. You could also try taking a class like aquavit or Pilates to try and strengthen this part of the body as well.

Abdominal strengthening exercises may also be of some assistance if you suffer from back pain. Of course before embarking on any exercise program with the intention of trying to heal back pain it is important to consult with your doctor or a physical fitness expert first.

Remember not to go too far when it comes to core strengthening. Abdominal strengthening exercises can give you a washboard stomach complete with ripples but if you are not fond of this reptilian look then is sure to moderate yourself while you exercise.core1

However if you are really overweight you may be a long way from looking “cut” as the result of these exercises. Instead you just might want to get to the point where your belly does not look prolapsed as the result of weight gain. This simply means that your stomach muscles start to hold your organs in place like they are supposed to so you don’t look like you have a beer belly.