For anyone that’s heard of the superfruit diet, the one that’s been made so popular by Dr Oz, it can be hard to know exactly what’s involved in it. After all you hear a lot of buzzwords, but not too many hard facts on what it does, or what the various components of the diet are for. Fortunately explaining the superfruit diet is fairly easy, once you know what it is you’re talking about.
The purpose of the superfruit diet is to increase your metabolism, decrease your desire to eat, and to offer a splash of antioxidants to help keep your body fit and renewed throughout the entire process. And it all starts off with acai berry as the first ingrediant.
Acai berries, when consumed, help increase your body’s metabolism. That means that you can burn through more energy, and that you feel more energized. Think of it like adding premium to your gas tank. And in order to maximize your metabolism, the superfruit diet also adds in raspberry ketone. Each of these two, separate fruits both work on your body to bring you to peak metabolism, which helps you burn fat all the time no matter what you’re doing or where you’re doing it at.
Next on the list is African mango. This fruit has properties that suppress the hunger response, making it easier for you to eat less while your metabolism is burning extra. The combination is, of course, that your body has to pull out fat and burn it up for you to keep going, helping you lose weight much faster than you otherwise would. However, African mango isn’t the last on the list for the superfruit diet. That honor goes to the green coffee extract.
Green coffee extract is an antioxidant. Antioxidants help your body stay young, helping you eliminate aches and pains, while also cleansing your system of materials that you don’t want in your body. While cherries and other fruits can do the very same thing, green coffee extract gives you the most bang for your buck when it comes to getting your fill of antioxidants.