Lose Weight by eating Pine Nut “Nacho Cheese” Dip

By: Dr. Roger Duda

What is the number one reason why consumers stop dieting? Hunger! Dieters grow weary from hunger and they eventually reach for food and get off-track from their diet.

So what can you do to decrease hunger naturally? Consider eating PINE NUTS.

Pine nuts provide health-conscious consumers a realistic way to reduce the feelings of hunger while safely pursuing a reduction in their caloric intake (in other words, eating less food) that leads to sustained reductions in body fat.

Pine nuts contain pinolenic acid, which stimulates an appetite suppressant hormone that tells the brain to turn off your hunger, so you naturally stop eating. In fact, a study in Korea showed that participants exhibited a 36 percent lower perceived hunger following the ingestion of just 3 grams of pinolenic acid before a meal. As a result, those in the study ate less and lost weight.

Pine nuts and other natural appetite suppressants can help keep you on track with your diet by reducing the feelings of hunger normally associated with food restrictions. When combined with sufficient exercise and healthy eating choices, these supplements can help transform any diet into a complete success, delivering the body fat loss you’re looking for without the hunger pangs normally associated with a reduction of food intake.

Pine nuts taste great plain or follow the recipe below to make our delicious Pine Nut “Nacho Cheese” Dip.

As with any dietary supplement, be sure to work with a qualified health practitioner to make sure you are approaching your weight loss goals in a safe, informed way.

 

Nacho Cheese” Pine Nut Sauce:

2 Cups of Pine Nuts

1 Tablespoon of Turmeric

Sea Salt to taste

½ Lemon (optional)

(optional) ¼ Cup Water Diced Tomatoes, sliced Olives, small Pineapple chunks for garnish

Add water first, then the pine nuts, turmeric, sea salt, a few drops of lemon (optional) then blend for 2 to 3 minutes for a chunkier consistency and longer for a smoother finer blend. 

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