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10824447264?profile=originalThe Nutrivitals Trim Kafe is the latest buzz in the “War against Fat Loss”. With crores of people praising this so called "miracle pill" that you take as a supplement to lose weight, it has been getting a lot of attention since it was recently featured on The Dr. Oz Show in USA. Surprisingly, many people who struggle daily with their weight all over India have yet to hear about this powerful option. Those that have heard of the “Nutrivitals Trim Kafe diet” are confused about what it is, how to use it and how soon can you expect results ? ( TOSHIBA PVM-375AT )

According to Dr Lindsey (The guest host on the popular Dr Oz show) Nutrivitals Trim Kafe works in more than one way, "The first way is it goes in and causes the body to burn glucose, or sugar, and burn fat, mainly in the liver…The second way, the most important way, is it slows the release of sugar into the blood stream. So when you don't have sugar building up in the blood stream, you don't have fat building up because sugar turns to fat…When the two are combined together, you get this synergistic effect that basically burns and blocks and stops fat, but it also is natural and safe."

Well, we here at India’s leading Health & Fitness Magazine were a little skeptical of this Nutrivitals Trim Kafe. Even after pouring through mountains of research dad we weren’t sure of the results. While I had an educated opinion, I still had no personal proof that the Nutrivitals Trim Kafe option was worth the time for our readers. So, with my editors blessing, I decided to go out and put the product to the test myself. What better way to find out the truth than to conduct my own study?


To get started, I volunteered to be the one to use the product first. I ordered online for a bottle of Nutrivitals Trim Kafe. Nutrivitals Trim Kafe is one of the most credible and trustworthy diet supplement suppliers on the market in India. Another reason why I chose Nutrivitals Trim Kafe brand is because it is the most concentrated and purest Green Coffee on the market. This would give me the most accurate results for my test. ALOKA UST-5546

The reason why most diets fail, in our opinion, is that they impose unrealistic restrictions on how you live your life. Some advocate eating tons of protein while others emphasize restricting carbohydrates. In either case, you're left with having to make rather drastic changes to the types of food you eat and when you eat it. In this special report, we take an in-depth look at an emerging and promising weight loss product that we believe is a game changer, that won't require time in the gym or cutting your calories and best of all it won't empty your bank like most expensive gym memberships do.
You may have heard or seen the enormously popular Nutrivitals Trim Kafe in the news. It's a completely organic ingredient from coffee bean - scientifically proven to shed away fat from you body. In studies by renowned health research institution UCLA in Los Angeles, USA - Nutrivitals Trim Kafe was proven to ignite your metabolism and your body's hidden fat burning capabilities by 318% when taken regularly. However, the problem encountered by many hoping to embrace this miracle diet pill, is that nearly 90% of the imitation Nutrivitals Trim Kafe products out there are NOT pure. Most fluctuate between the 50-60% purity levels - so we tracked down the original 'Nutrivitals Trim Kafe' to understand the difference. Nutrivitals Trim Kafe brand has a formula that deliveres 95% pure coffee bean extract to your body so to put it simply - we were impressed. Toshiba PVT-375BT 
To take our study a step further, we also analyzed and discovered that those taking 'Nutrivitals Trim Kafe' experienced the highest weight loss . Testimonials claim the usage of this product led to significant weight loss, more energy and generally a healthier day to-day feeling. If you're skeptical, you're not alone. When we first learned about this weight loss pill, we had our doubts too.
Nevertheless, as we began to investigate the countless success stories reported by people from all over India, we decided that this weight loss trend was worthy of a closer examination. Moreover, we found it of particular interest that these people had not significantly changed their current lifestyles.
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10 ways Tea Drinking Can Benefit Your Health

Nowadays, many people drink tea, but not all of them know of its health benefits. Those that know not only drink it, but they also incorporate it in the foods they are eating when trying to lose weight. In ancient China, it was believed that tea will detoxify your body and prevent liver disease. In recent years researches have shown that is much to gain from a health’s point of view if you drink tea. Want to know what those benefits are? These are the ten most important:


  • It can prevent weight gain. We all need are daily doses of caffeine, but consider this: a soft drink has more calories than a cup of tea, 200 to be exact, so think of this next time you are choosing your morning beverage. If you have tea with milk and sugar, that means you’ll still be adding some calories, but if you drink plain tea, which a lot of people can’t stand, you will be having a drink with 0 calories.
  • It prevents ovarian cancer. If you drink a cup of tea a day you will lower the risk of ovarian cancer by 24% and if you drink 2 cups per day you will lower it by 46%, according to a study made in Sweden for 15 years, on 60,000 women.


  • It increases you metabolism. Thanks to the polyphenols and caffeine, which can be found in teas, your insulin uptake efficiency will increase and so will your metabolism. It can also help you lose weight because it increases the rate of fat oxidation in your body. A study has shown that you will lose 4,6% of your body weight if you drink tea moderately for 3 months.
  • It will make your bones stronger. According to a study, if you drink tea for over 10 years you will have stronger bones, compared to those who didn’t drink any tea.
  • It will keep you hydrated. The rule used to be that caffeine drinks didn’t count when it came to hydration, because they were considered to act as a diuretic. Nowadays, studies have proven that if you drink moderate amounts of caffeine beverages, they will keep you hydrated to a certain extent. Not to mention that we all get tired of drinking water every day, so tea should be a welcomed change.
  • It can save you from having a stroke. If you drink 3 cups or more of tea daily, you will lower your chances of having a stroke by 21%, according to a research paper presented at the 2009 Stroke Conference.
  • It will power-up your immune system. If you drink tea on a regular basis you will have five times the amount of T-cells, or anti-bacterial proteins in your system, compared to non-tea drinkers. Because of this, it is believed that it can also be used to power-up the immune system of HIV-positive patients or others with damaged immune systems.
  • It will protect your teeth. If you drink pain tea, without sugar, or anything else, the fluoride and tannings from it will fight plaque, they will also decrease bacterial infections and give you a nicer breath.
  • It will stimulate your mind. If you are an elderly person, try drinking minimum 2 cups of tea a day, because it will make your mind sharper by 50%, compared to those people who drink other beverages.
  • It will help you relax. The fact that drinking tea helps you relax is not just a myth, it’s the truth. The cortisol levels of those who drink tea drops 20 percent faster than of those who don’t, according to a study done by researchers at University College in London. Cortisol is a stress-induced hormone and if it exists in high quantities for a long period of time it can lead to cardiovascular disease, weight gain and high blood pressure. If you still prefer coffee to tea, know this: the caffeine effect one gets from drinking tea “arrives” after 15 minutes and compared to coffee it offers a gradual increase, rather than a fast jolt.

    Many studies have shown that you can draw the greatest benefit from tea if you drink it plain, without milk, sweeteners, and sugar or lemon, because they can inhibit some of its healthy effects.

    But no matter how you like your tea, make sure that you brew it the right way in order to get the maximum flavor and tannings out of it.

    Before you decide to follow my instructions, you should know that these results are available for green and black tea made from the plant Camellia sinensis. Although herbal teas don’t contain true tea leaves, they also have positive effects on your health. Because both green and black teas have such amazing health benefits, a mixed consumption of the two would be a good idea. If you want to sleep well at night, you might want to drink green tea in the afternoon.

    The following guest blog report is provided by Karen H. Cole. Karen is one of the top blog writers on physical fitness and health market. To find out more about health tips for women, go to health and nutrition web-blog.

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Around two in five of new fathers are concerned about their mental health, according to a survey, which highlights that it is not just mothers whose wellbeing is at risk after having a child.

Parenting charity NCT, which carried out the research, said extra responsibilities, changes in relationships and lifestyle, and the inevitable sleep deprivation are among the factors that can impact on men’s mental health.

It said the results, published on Thursday ahead of Father’s Day, illustrate the importance of men being encouraged to speak up about their experiences.
NCT psychologist Dr Abigail Easter said: “Awareness of perinatal depression among fathers unfortunately remains low. Postnatal depression is typically associated with mothers and often fathers are forgotten during this important time, with almost no specific support available to men.
“Sadly, stigma around mental health still exists and many men may find it difficult to confide in others about how they are feeling. It may be particularly difficult for dads to open up following the birth of their baby when there are additional expectations on new fathers.”
Easter said that mothers were given more opportunities to seek help and there were more services available to them. So, even when some dads were willing to talk about their depression, they might not know where to get help.
Just as men are advised at antenatal classes to keep an eye on their partner’s mental health during and after pregnancy, women should be urged to do the same, said Easter.
“Mums should look out for warning signs such as their partners feeling unable to cope, not sleeping or crying,” she said. “If women think their partners are struggling, then opening up a dialogue is often the first step to helping men access appropriate support.”
NCT invited men and women to complete online questionnaires during their baby’s first year (6-9 months), and a year later (18-21 months). Of the 296 first-time fathers who responded to the first survey, 38% said they were concerned about their mental health.
Although the number of respondents was relatively small, it chimes with previous research.
A 2010 study funded by the Medical Research Council found that by the time their first child is 12, 21% of fathers have had at least one episode of depression, with the highest risk being in the child’s first year.
An Oxford University study published last month, which followed 15 first-time fathers, found that five showed signs of mild to moderate depression two weeks after their child’s birth, and one showed symptoms of moderately severe depression at six months.TOSHIBAPLT-805AT
Easter said it was possible that the burden of being a modern dad was affecting men’s mental health as well as the traditional pressures, such as increased financial responsibility, although there was insufficient research to state this with any certainty. Another worry for new fathers is concern about their partner’s mental health with almost three quarters (73%) of first-time dads who completed the NCT survey identifying this as a worry for them.
When Adam Davies and his wife Hayle had their first child, Nia, in May 2009, the problems started almost immediately.
“As soon as my wife and daughter came home, that changed things significantly,” said the 40-year-old father of two. “My daughter had really bad colic – it kept her screaming constantly when she was awake. She would eventually wear herself out from crying and go to sleep. That was the only way it stopped.
“I found myself not wanting to spend time with my daughter so I’d find reasons to stay late at work or go to work early. I also have a lot of interests so I would spend time pursuing them.”
He said he felt he was a “bad dad”, failing to live up to the ideal presented in the media.
Life became so unbearable for the account manager from Wiltshire that at one point he told his wife: “If I had anywhere else to go, I would do it [go there] now.” But it was his wife who eventually provided him with the way out of his depression after six to nine months of “hell”. 
“She recognised the substantive things in my behaviour,” he said. “She found an article in a newspaper about a father who had gone through the exact same things I had gone through. She didn’t tell me to read it, she just left it somewhere. The headline was enough to catch my eye and draw me in. It brought tears to my eyes as I suddenly realised I wasn’t the only one going through it. I was able to talk to Hayley about it and go through it, which I hadn’t before "ALOKA UST-5546 "

He describes family life now as great and hopes other men might benefit from hearing his story as he did from reading the article about another father. Davies said it is right that the focus is on women, given what they go through, but men should not be forgotten. “All the posters are aimed at women, about post-natal depression or ‘breast is best’,” he said. “Even if there was one A5 poster alongside them for fathers, it would make a difference.”
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