Forever Thin: Burn More Fat, Gain More Energy
Losing weight is hard. If it was easy, the 90% of people who successfully lose weight would not eventually gain it back. But unfortunately, they do.
Eating less and exercising more (burning more calories than you consume) is the basic formula for weight loss. But for many—especially those who are very overweight or obese—long-term weight loss may require a little more help.
Why? Because the more you weigh, and the longer you carry that excess weight, essentially changes your body chemistry.
Your body starts to think that the higher weight is your “normal” weight, and it doesn’t want to let those pounds go. Metabolism slows down dramatically, and hormones that signal hunger and satiety (when you’re full and should stop eating) start acting a little haywire.
This is where certain supplements can help.
To be clear, no supplement is going to do all the work for you. Whether you have 10 or 100 pounds you want to lose, you still need to eat right and move daily. But supplements will give you that extra edge, allowing you to fight those forces that make weight loss so much more challenging.
Some supplements work to control appetite, so you don’t mindlessly snack or overeat. Others help to kick up your energy levels so you’re able to push just a little harder during your workouts. And certain nutrients provide a slight metabolism boost so that you’re burning a little more fat than you otherwise would.
Newport Natural Health’s Forever Thin is an oral spray that contains amino acids, vitamins, and extracts with several of these fat-burning and weight-loss properties.
When sprayed under your tongue, the nutrients bypass the digestive tract and enter directly into the bloodstream, increasing effectiveness.
What are the key nutrients in Forever Thin that make it so beneficial?
L-carnitine is an amino acid that is concentrated in your hardest working organs—the muscles, brain, and heart. Its primary job is to move fat into cells, where it is burned for energy. I
Vitamin B12 is one of eight B vitamins that convert dietary proteins and fats into glucose for energy. B12 is also instrumental in cell metabolism, red blood cell creation, nervous system health, and DNA production.
B12 is found exclusively in animal-based foods…dairy, meat, seafood, and the like. Those who eat meat and other animal products tend to have good levels of B12. The only people who are at real risk of deficiency are strict vegans.
Even so, everyone can benefit from robust B12 levels since this vitamin is so important for energy production on a cellular level. Even moderately low levels can leave you feeling sluggish and tired.
Those who have extreme deficiencies will likely experience huge and noticeable surge of energy from B12 supplementation. A simple blood test can tell you if you are deficient.
Lipotropic compounds help to facilitate fat metabolism. They work by removing fat from the liver so that it can be used for extra energy. Some common lipotropics are methionine, inositol, and choline.
Methionine is an amino acid that is especially helpful for supporting joint health. It also promotes healthy cellular metabolism and concentrations of glutathione, an incredibly powerful antioxidant.
Inositol is a natural sugar. How does a sugar aid in weight loss? It mimics the effects of insulin, so it helps lower blood sugar, which is especially important in those who are insulin resistant or diabetic. When you have better control of your blood sugar levels, you have a better chance of losing weight and keeping it off.
L-carnitine is also important for energy production. If your carnitine levels are low, you experience fatigue, loss of muscle, increased body fat, and an overall slowed metabolism.
A meta-analysis published in 2020 looked 37 studies on L-carnitine supplementation for body weight and composition. The researchers concluded that L-carnitine provides a modest effect on body weight, body mass index, and fat loss—with results most obvious in adults who are overweight or obese.1
In another study, researchers examined L-carnitine’s effects on exercise. They found that when taken 60-90 minutes before exercise, L-carnitine increased energy and improved endurance and exercise performance.2
Choline is involved in the formation of cell membranes and assists in fatty acid metabolism. It is also the precursor to acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter that is critical for healthy heart function.
One study looked at the effects of choline supplementation on the weight of 22 female taekwondo and judo athletes. These athletes often try to quickly shed pounds a few days before competition to fit into a lighter weight category.
After one week of choline supplementation, researchers concluded it, “could rapidly reduce body mass without any side effects on biochemical levels or static strength.”3
Remember, the foundation of any successful weight loss journey should include healthy diet, regular exercise, and stress reduction. Once you have this solid foundation, taking a product like Forever Thin can enhance your success and help you reach your goals. Give it a try and see how it works for you!
- Talendezhad N, et al. Effects of l-carnitine supplementation on weight loss and body composition: A systematic review and meta-analysis of 37 randomized controlled clinical trials with dose-response analysis. Clin Nutr ESPEN. 2020 Jun;37:9-23.
- Mielgo-Ayuso J, et al. Effect of acute and chronic oral L-carnitine supplementation on exercise performance based on exercise intensity: a systematic review. Nutrients. 2021,13(12), 4359.
Elsawy G, et al. Effect of Choline Supplementation on Rapid Weight Loss and Biochemical Variables Among Female Taekwondo and Judo Athletes. J Hum Kinet. 2014 Mar 27; 40: 77–82.