Weight Loss Patches That Work

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Weight loss patches tend to suppress appetite, which is not always a healthy approach to weight loss, and knowing when to eat and when to stop eating is more effective in losing weight. Find out how to control appetite naturally with helpful information from a nutrition consultant and clinical herbalist in this free video on alternative medicine.

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Hi my name is Charlotte Skiles. I am a nutrition consultant and clinical herbalist with Eat in Peace Wellness Consulting located in Austin, Texas. And the topic I'll be addressing right now is do weight loss patches work? Excuse me. Well, weight loss patches are patches that are put on that contain certain ingredients, the ones I'm familiar with are herbal and nutritional ingredients, and the idea here is that you put something on the skin and it's immediately absorbed into the bloodstream versus taking something in through the mouth and the digestive tract has to break it down, the liver has to look at it and then it's absorbed into the bloodstream. So what we're looking at is an immediate effect and it's passing by the processing of the liver and just going directly into the bloodstream. So do they work? I would say no they don't work, they don't work orally when you take these herbs for this purpose and they don't work when you put them on the skin. What happens is that they're stimulating the system to suppress appetite and suppressing appetite is never the answer to weight loss. Appetite is a gift from the Gods, it's a sign of vitality and healthy people have healthy appetites. The difference is that they know when to eat, when they're hungry and when to stop when they're full. That's the wisdom there that needs to be accessed. The answer is never to just get rid of the appetite, it's not the problem. So those are main concerns about the weight loss patch and whether or not it works.


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