Chyawanprash, an Ayurvedic jam, is a mixture of herbs, sugar, ghee (clarified milk) and sesame oil with a base of Amla (Amalika or India Gooseberry). It has been proved that if Chyawanprash is consumed regularly in appropriate quantities, it can be beneficial in numerous ways inclduing weight loss or fat loss in a healthy way as it stimulates the metabolism.
It consists of amla, its base ingredient rich in vitamin C, long pepper, and a blend of wild, hand-picked herbs. These are carried into the tissues by mediums such as clarified milk (ghee), sesame oil and honey.
A hectic work schedule makes it difficult for many of us to find time for exercise. Increasing stress leads to elevated cortisol levels. Cortisol is a hormone which is released by the adrenal glands when the body experiences stress. It is involved in the metabolism of fats and carbohydrates, and also triggers the release of insulin.
Due to high levels of cortisol, the body starts storing more fat, leading to obesity. Chyawanprash can be a good solution to this, as it reduces stress and anxiety, thus lowering the cortisol levels and helping with weight loss. It is observed that it decreases LDL (Low-Density Lipoprotein) which is known as bad cholesterol.
Chyawanprash also contains Ashwagandha, which is a natural booster of testosterone. If taken on a daily basis, it leads to a significant increase in the testosterone levels. This in turn results into the reduction of excess fat within the body, thus promoting muscle growth and enhancing physical strength, and mental health.
It is best to consume Chyawanprash post workout. It keeps the metabolism at its best, eventually resulting in loss of excess fat from the body. Organic and Wildcrafted, PIOR Living Chyawanprash is 100% natural. Its daily consumption is an important step towards revitalizing your body, mind and consciousness.
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