Safflower Oil

Tired of running endless miles, doing crunches, and trying crazy supplement to try and lose that beer belly?  Recent research has discovered that safflower oil can reduce fatty deposits in waist area.

Safflower Oil


Safflower oil is a form of linoleic acid, which helps burn belly fat by reducing a hormone known as adiponectin, which helps the metabolism of bad fatty acids that cause fat accumulation, according to the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (2009; 90: 468-76), who published the findings.  Thirty-five women with a 36 week intervention were tested in this particular study.  Half of the women were put on safflower oil, while others were put on a different dietary supplement.  Safflower oil reduced the waist line of each subject, increased lean body mass, lowered fasting glucose, and increased adiponectin (breakdown fat accumulation).

Another study provided by the Human Nutrition at Ohio State University, stated that a person has the ability to lose around two to four pounds of trunk fat by taking safflower oil without a change to diet and exercise.  It is expected that results will be doubled if a proper diet and exercise is promoted.  The researchers also stated that safflower oil increased muscle tissue.  Safflower oil also promotes metabolism and improves cardiovascular health.

Products that contain high concentrates of conjugated linoleic acid from safflower oil,  is a new patent technology with support for easier digestion.  Many of the safflower oil and conjugated linoleic acid products are clinically tested with positive results.  Not all safflower oil is healthy.  Most cooking oils have been subjected to heat and oxygen, rendering the safflower oil far less stable and healthy.  For best results, take a supplement that was made specifically to maintain a stable linoleic acid content.  Safflower oil supplements offer easy to swallow capsules, as well as great tasting liquid products.

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