CHA DE BUGRE – A NATURAL APPETITE SUPPRESSANT USED IN HERBAL DIET PILLS TO MAKE LOSING WEIGHT EASY
Chá de Bugre is a natural ingredient found in a small tree indigenous to Brazil and is commonly called café do mato (coffee of the woods) because it produces a red fruit similar to a coffee bean, which can be roasted and made in to a coffee substitute. But it also harbours some weight-loss benefits.
Commercially, it is an ingredient that is becoming increasingly popular in herbal diet pills, cellulite reduction products and slimming tonics.
My online research revealed that Chá de Bugre is a very powerful natural appetite suppressant and stimulant, mainly because it has the amazing ability to suppress your hunger pangs.
I’m not kidding either, most people consuming Chá de Bugre feel satisfied after eating only a small amount of food without getting any of those sugar cravings.
Anyway, just for the record there didn’t seem to be a huge amount of scientific data to back up some of the claims being made on some websites… but here’s some more information I did manage to dig out about the ingredient:
Reduces Cellulite: Recent studies have also shown that Cha de Bugre works to reduce Cellulite… It has the ability to increase circulation in the hard to get to areas where cellulite and fatty deposits usually form.
Mild Diuretic: Chá de Bugre acts as a mild diuretic to help eliminate excess unwanted fluid from the body naturally.
Natural Stimulant: Chá de Bugre is some times called the Brazilian Miracle. It is known to increase energy and alertness without the jitters and or the bad effects like other stimulants such as ephedra.
Health Tonic: Boosts Immune System, Increases Endurance, Improves Digestion, Supports Liver, Kidney and Colon Function as well as Clear Smooth Skin.
Documented by Research: To be Anti-cancerous, Antiviral, and Cardiotonic, (Tones, Balances, and Strengthens the Heart).
- Factoid #1: In 1990, Japanese University Studies discovered that Chá de Bugre has a toxic activity against cancer cells (demonstrating a 40% inhibition), utilizing an extract of the branches and leaves.
- Factoid #2: Used in Brazil to help regulate renal “kidney” function and to reduce uric acid making Chá de Bugre an important natural supplement for those suffering from gout.It is also used in Brazil as a heart tonic, circulatory stimulant, appetite suppressant and diuretic; for obesity, cellulite, energy, arthritis, rheumatism, cough suppressant, fever and as a digestive stimulant.
- Factoid #3: Chá de Bugre leaf extract has been shown through clinical studies to reduce herpes virus penetration by 99% when they pre-treated cells with the extract.