#3 Green Coffee Bean Extract
It has the power to inhibit fat accumulation and modulate glucose metabolism. Its main active ingredient is believed to be chlorogenic acid, which can reduce the absorption of carbohydrates from the digestive tract, and lower blood sugar.
If this is true, then taking green coffee bean extract would be like eating a slightly lower carbohydrate diet.
Green coffee bean extract can reduce body weight, reduce fat stored in the liver, improve the function of adiponectin (a fat burning hormone) and drastically reduce cholesterol and triglyceride levels.
#2 Panax Ginseng
A clinical trial reported that obese women receiving red ginseng experienced significant reduction in BMI, waist hip ratio, body weight, and food intake, compared to the group that received a placebo.
Ginseng exerts anti-obesity effect by manipulating genes involved in lipid metabolism and influencing hormones such as leptin, insulin and adiponectin that are involved in fat and cholesterol metabolism. It can also reduce fat tissue but stopping angiogenesis.
#1 Primula Tree Extract
Have you ever heard of it? Probably not, right? Primula are native to the temperate northern hemisphere, tropical mountains in Ethiopia, Indonesia and New Guinea, and South America. Most of the known species are from the Himalayas
According to a study, published in the Chemistry & Biology journal, one of its compounds called 7,8-dihydroxyflavone (7,8-DHF) mimics the physiological effects of a hormone known as BDNF, which gets produced after exercise and tells the body to burn more energy while reducing appetite. Primula Tree Extract is thought to be the next big thing in weight loss, because it may allow people to maintain a healthy weight despite following a high-fat diet.