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Here on our channel, we always talk about the benefits and different uses that essential oils have for our skin and body in general.
One of the most used essential oils is lavender. Have you tried it? How do you use it? Share your experience with us!
Highly concentrated extracts from plants, these oils are not only key-products of spa centers anymore, and can already be found in many beauty cosmetics, medicines, and even in some foods.
Not to mention that, today, it is super common to find essential oils in the homes of many granola people around the world!
In between some of the most common uses for essential oils, aromatherapy has gained a lot of space in the control of stress and anxiety, disease protection, joint pains, and many other functions.
But, in today’s video, you will learn how to use essential oils to help you lose some pounds!
The weight loss process can be hard, slow, and sometimes frustrating.
Aromatherapy can help reduce your appetite and lessen the anxiety that many times is associated with the struggle of following a diet.
Now, let’s learn about five essential oils whose benefits can help you stay in line with your diet:
Reduces the anxiety and sadness that can lead to binge eating.
Known for boosting metabolism and burning more body fat, cinnamon essential oil is recommended to help with the metabolization of sugar in the body.
This essential oil helps reduce the appetite, especially when it is related to emotional eating.
This oil stimulates the brain to control hunger.
This oil contains nootkatone, a rare substance which stimulates the production of enzymes that increase energy levels and metabolism.
How to use these oils? Watch the video to learn how!
Do you have any of these essential oils at home?
Try it and share your experience with us.
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