Every time I go back to my research, I find new studies showing very impressive findings for konjac, such as being used in the treatment of HIV and inflammatory bowel disease! What will be most beneficial about konjac for most people is that it can help you significantly decrease your calorie and carbohydrate intake without leaving you ever feeling hungry or deprived. At the same time, it can improve your health. This means that, unlike most extreme weightloss strategies that are virtually impossible to maintain long-term and/or can be potentially harmful, using konjac to promote weight loss is something you can easily do long-term, and, I believe, establishing healthy habits for the longterm, are the ones that count.
Everyone knows by now that obesity and associated chronic illnesses are a growing concern in North America, and across the world. The problem is that while our food culture has changed dramatically since the time of our ancient ancestors, our biology hasn’t. There is no shortage of high calorie, low nutrition food surrounding us with temptation at all times. We don’t have to hunt and gather our food, but our bodies still try to protect us from starvation at all costs. We are biologically programmed to eat when we are hungry and the hungrier we are, the more calories our bodies seek. This is why most diets fail. No one can (or wants to) live in a state of perpetual hunger and deprivation long-term. Believe it or not, you can eat as much as you want and be lean and healthy.
Staying healthy takes consciousness and vigilance but despite what you may think, it doesn’t require deprivation! You can eat large portions of nutritious, delicious, satisfying foods without ever feeling hungry. Let me show you how to incorporate konjac, the most amazing food I have ever found, that can help you create fabulous meals, while controlling your appetite and lowering your risk of diabetes and heart disease.