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Function of the Lotus Leaf Extract

Views:5     Author:Site Editor     Publish Time: 2020-11-16      Origin:Site

With the increase in living standards, busy office workers can only stay in the office, sometimes sitting for a day, and after a busy day, they can sit and not stand after get off work. The long-term vicious circle allows fat to take advantage of the deficiency, and the accumulation of fat makes people fall into the vicious circle of obesity. We also want to lose weight, but we are often unable to do so, but there is only one life in our lives, so why live so greasy.

Today we start with why we are obese, and the mechanism of weight loss, so that we can understand more clearly what the mechanism of weight loss is. At the same time, I will talk about lotus leaf, which is a popular material for weight loss.

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There are several factors influencing half of the person's weight

1. Diet 2. Activity 3. Daily routine 4. Stress adjustment 5. Diet food

Therefore, weight loss food is only one of the factors for weight loss, and weight loss cannot be achieved by eating weight loss products alone. What are the aspects of diet food and what are the general principles?

1. Suppress appetite:

Increase satiety, delay gastric emptying time, and directly affect central nervous system

2. Inhibit digestion and absorption:

Inhibit the digestion and absorption of carbohydrates: inhibit the effect of related decomposing enzymes and delay the speed of absorption

3Inhibit the digestion and absorption of fats:

Inhibit the action of lipolytic enzymes, avoid contact between oil and lipolytic enzymes, delay the absorption of fatty acids

4. Promote metabolism:

Increase energy consumption, increase fat oxidation, reduce fat formation...

5. Reduce chronic inflammation:

Anti-oxidant, regulate inflammation

In addition to the above aspects, it also includes improving the intestinal flora and providing micronutrients.

The lotus leaf is the dry leaf of the Nymphaeaceae plant lotus. The "Compendium of Materia Medica" contains "the lotus leaf will make you thin. It has been widely used clinically for obesity and hyperlipidemia, and has achieved good results. At the same time, lotus leaf is also a product of the same medicine and food.

The lotus leaf has the functions of dehumidification, diuresis and elimination of edema. Therefore, for people with edema-type obesity and constipation-type obesity, it has a good weight loss and lipid-lowering effect. In the lotus leaf extract, the main active ingredient is lotus leaf flavonoids. Lotus leaf alkali, etc., it has a lipid-lowering effect, can inhibit the body's absorption of fat, and can effectively promote the decomposition of fat.

Studies have shown that the alkaloids and flavonoids in lotus leaves can control body weight, prevent obesity, and regulate lipid metabolism disorders, and can be used for the treatment of hyperlipidemia and obesity. Among them, the weight loss mechanism of alkaloids mainly affects the proliferation and differentiation of adipocytes and the expression of related obesity factors by affecting the activity of lipase.

The weight loss mechanism of flavonoids in lotus leaves is mainly to reduce the total cholesterol in liver cells, and its effect is mainly in promoting lipid metabolism, while its inhibitory effect on total cholesterol synthesis is weak.

Lotus leaf is used as a weight loss medicine, and its safety is also very good, basically non-toxic.

Company R&D department devote lots of  manpower and material to solve the problems on taste,clarity after  dissolving, effect and  so on.
It makes natural products more convenient to use in food and better service to people's health.


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