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Fat Loss For Idiots - Fat Loss Supplements for Pets
The last point entered, omega-3 fatty acids as an aid to weight loss in animals. The weight loss supplements are well known in the weight loss of the man, but less used in domestic animals. In addition to supplements of omega-3, there is a loss of weight of other evidence. This article describes the additions and the list of others, but would be effective tools to support the absence of scientific evidence for such assertions.
L-carnitine is an amino acid molecule as it increases the absorption of fatty acids into the mitochondria for energy production. The body cells produce energy by combustion of the sugars, proteins and fats. We can produce energy without oxygen instant sugar. This can happen anywhere in the cell. Moreover, the more sustained energy the body uses fats and proteins for energy, but the cell body to be known as mitochondria to do so. L-carnitine is necessary for the shuttle lipids from the cell body in these mitochondria. Studies in humans and animals have confirmed that patients with a reduced calorie diet lost more weight if they are supplemented with L-carnitine to facilitate the use of this fat. This is an extremely safe and effective supplement that is readily available in markets, grocery stores and pharmacies. Ask your vet for a dosage of your pet.
L-arginine is an amino acid other than chemical. The veterinary community has not recognized its potential, there is a lack of studies in dogs and cats. The first study documented weight loss in obese mice by 16 percent in 10 weeks without reducing calories. Abdominal fat was reduced by 45 percent. Energy recovery of 22 percent fat and sugar increases increases energy use 34-36 percent. Abnormalities associated with diabetes are also improved. Other studies in obese rats, pigs and humans have confirmed these results. All studies documented an increase in muscle tissue of supplemented subjects.
These results are very promising for owners who are frustrated with their weight loss in animals, and could be useful for animals, a little extra weight or caloric intake is difficult to lose the need. Toys and small breeds are obvious candidates. Animals suffering from diseases that could be complicated by caloric restriction would also be good candidates for supplementation of L-arginine to be. Again, you ask your veterinarian about the appropriate dosage.
DHEA or dehydroepiandrosterone, a steroid hormone that is involved in the production of testosterone and estrogen, a sex hormone. Studies have documented greater weight loss in patients taking weight loss low calorie, they receive this supplement. The increase in sex hormones and their possible effects on health were of concern to researchers in these studies. This supplement should be used with extreme caution and only under the supervision of a veterinarian.
Dirlotapide or Slentrol
Dirlotapide is a drug that inhibits the transfer of dietary fat from intestinal cells into the bloodstream. The accumulation of fat in the intestinal cells is thought to be the release of gut hormones that increase a signal of satiety or fullness in the brain, reducing the appetite. Four studies have shown that dogs that are supplemented by dirlotapide losing weight from 9.5 to 15 percent more than the unsupplemented control. Supplemented dogs showed a 2.5 to 3.5 percent by weight when dirlotapide suspended. Dirlotapide is only approved for use in dogs and it is only by veterinarians or veterinary prescription.
Supplements, without documented with actual results
Fat Loss For Idiots: CLA or conjugated linoleic acid is an omega-6, no documented results of omega-3. Chromium picolinate is widely used both to help "burn fat" people. There is no evidence that is useful in domestic animals and DNA damage has been documented with its use. Starch blockers have shown they are useless in humans and animals. Chitosan, a compound of the shells of crustaceans, vitamin A, soy protein, flax seed and tamarind (fruit) is often cited as dietary supplements without merit Scientific.
Ephedra, which in tea and other Chinese herbs, and caffeine has been found, as was recommended weight loss supplements. Besides the lack of evidence of efficacy, these compounds are highly toxic to pets. Psyllium, the active ingredient in Metamucil have guar gum, spirulina, dandelion, plant extracts such as ginseng, such as weight loss supplements have been promoted - without any scientific evidence to support claims.
There is no magic formula for weight loss supplement. Caloric restriction is the key. Aids such as L-arginine, L-carnitine, omega 3 and dirlotapide can help, but weight loss requires a commitment of a weight loss plan and ultimately a change in lifestyle, including including a program most appropriate regime compatible with the exercise.
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