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After living with what his wife went through concerning her weight and the subsequent health problems she suffered, Todd Lamb created this exceptionally well thought out 21-day system. And the best part? He isn’t some famous fitness guru who has been paid millions to create this. Instead, he’s just like you and I. He has a passion for helping people achieve their goals, and throughout his career of working as a police officer, SWAT, and Canine dog handler and being in the military, he has learned valuable knowledge and steps to doing just that.
This system is going to kick-start your weight loss goals for the next 21-days. No, it’s not a ‘get fit quick’ program, nor it is some fad diet that only works for a certain amount of time. You don’t have to spend hours upon hours at the gym, nor do you have to starve yourself – or worse, deprive yourself of the flavors you love. Instead, it’s a 21-day system that teaches you the proper nutrition, exercises, and diet needed to boost your body in ways that help it burn stubborn fat.
Capsaicin, one of the key ingredients in cayenne pepper is what gives this program it’s health and weight loss advantages.
Facts about cayenne pepper
- It’s produced by crushing a chili that originated in Central and South America, and it is named after a city of the same name in French Guiana.
- Cayenne pepper has been a part of Native American cuisine and medicine for at least 9,000 years.
- Many of the health benefits of cayenne pepper are attributed to the ingredient capsaicin.
- The pepper contains, amongst others, vitamin C, vitamin B6, vitamin E, potassium, manganese, and flavonoids.
Health benefits of cayenne pepper.
Cayenne pepper can stimulate your body’s circulation and reduce acidity; it’s a powerful, spicy little pepper that offers many health benefits. Here are just a few of the health benefits this substance has to offer.
1. Boosts Metabolism
The capsaicin in cayenne peppers has metabolism-boosting properties.
Researchers at Purdue University found that It helps to increase the amount of heat your body produces, making you burn more calories per day. The results of the research revealed that those who mixed cayenne pepper with their food burned an additional 10 calories 4 hours after eating their meal compared with those who did not add cayenne. It does this through a process called diet-induced thermogenesis, which causes an increase in your metabolism.
2. Detox Support
Cayenne is a known circulatory stimulant. It increases the pulse of our lymphatic and digestive rhythms. By heating the body, the natural process of detoxification is streamlined. Cayenne also induces sweating — another important process of detoxification. Combined with lemon juice and honey, cayenne tea is an excellent morning beverage for total body detox.
3. Supports Weight Loss
Scientists at the Laval University in Quebec found that participants who took cayenne pepper for breakfast were found to have less appetite, leading to less caloric intake throughout the day. Cayenne is also a great metabolic booster and aids the body in burning excess fat. It also regulates blood sugar.
4. Reduces Hunger
One study showed that people taking capsaicin ate less food throughout the day than those who didn’t take any. Specifically, those taking capsaicin supplements ate 10% less, while those who drank a capsaicin-containing beverage ate 16% less. (Source)
5. Relieves Joint and Nerve Pain
Capsaicin, the active ingredient found in cayenne peppers, may have pain-relieving properties. Capsaicin has also been shown to reduce the amount of substance P, a chemical that carries pain messages to the brain. With less substance P, fewer pain messages reach the brain, and less pain is felt. (Source)
6. Prevents Blood Clots
Blood clots are blockages in your arteries and blood vessels that limit blood flow through your circulatory system. Cayenne encourages fibrinolytic activity and helps prevent blood clots. This is also the reason why cayenne pepper is effective in preventing heart attacks. The capsaicin in cayenne pepper helps to clear away artery-narrowing lipid deposits and dilates arteries and blood vessels to clear away clots.
7. Fights Colds and Flu
Cayenne pepper contains beta-carotene and antioxidants that support your immune system. It aids in breaking up and moving congested mucus, and once this nasty mucus leaves the body, the symptoms of the flu or cold will diminish. Besides helping as a natural remedy for the flu, cayenne pepper also raises your body temperature, which makes you sweat and increases the activity of your immune system. As a source of vitamin C, cayenne pepper may also help you get rid of that nasty colds and flu.
The active ingredient, capsaicin gives cayenne pepper it’s many health benefits. For most people, cayenne peppers are a great way to add a kick to your diet. Cayenne peppers are available year-round in spice stores, markets, or at your greengrocer. You can find them in fresh, dried or powdered form.
This is genuinely an incredibly comprehensive 21-day weight-loss system that provides you with the knowledge you need to succeed even well after the 21 days are over. It’s carefully laid out, so you know exactly what you’re doing and what your weight-loss goals are.
Watch the following presentation to hear Todd Lamb’s struggles and his eventual discovery of the health benefits of cayenne pepper. Todd has combined cayenne pepper with other ingredients to make a powerful detox and weight-loss program with a ton of other health benefits.