Hydroxycut™: Fall Season May Run Risk of Winter Weight Gain

As people across America enjoy the calm weather of the fall, many may prove concerned about the upcoming weight gain associated with the winter season. Hydroxycut™ explains why it is important for individuals to pay attention to the influence of nature in regards to weight gain.

Nov 06, 2012, 06:00 ET from Hydroxycut

NEW YORK, Nov. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- As Americans settle into fall, they are faced with temptations of eating excess calories found at football gatherings and in Halloween candy. However, according to a recent article from Living Green Magazine, there are more seasonal forces at work aside from cultural influences that could impact one's weight gain. It explains that as winter approaches, people are more likely to turn to hibernating habits as days become shorter and cold weather forces citizens indoors. Although many of these seasonal changes are natural and are instilled in the normal cycle of life, the makers of Hydroxycut™ explain that it is important to make sure that they are dealt with in a healthy manner as to avoid excess weight gain.

According to the article, a person's metabolism is greatly influenced by the changes in the weather. It explains, "As the days get shorter, the metabolism starts to slow down in preparation for shorter days and longer nights. With a slower metabolism, the body burns calories less efficiently and will store more fat." In addition, these natural adjustments are faced with a change in cravings, as people are more likely to indulge in sweet and salty foods. Since these products usually involve a lot of unhealthy carbohydrates, weight gain can sometimes spiral out of control.

While there is no doubt that seasonal changes influence human eating habits and weight gain, Hydroxycut™ explains that people can approach them with intelligence. For instance, the article suggests that instead of opting for beer and barbecues, people take advantage of the abundant supply of fruit that comes at the end of summer. Although these fruits are known to add fat to the human body, they do so in a way where the "healthy fat" is layered in an even matter.

In conclusion, the makers of Hydroxycut™ interpret these findings in a recent press statement, "One of the key ingredients in any well-rounded weight loss plan—or weight maintenance plan—is a strong understanding of the body. The body fluctuates from one season to the next and being in tune with these changes—and understanding how they can affect how the body processes the foods that one eats—will help in creating a targeted weight loss or management strategy that allows one to stay on target despite the changing seasons."


Hydroxycut™ is the number one, best-selling weight-loss supplement brand in America. The key weight-loss ingredients in Pro Clinical Hydroxycut™ are lady's mantle extract, wild olive extract, komijn extract, and wild mint extract. These ingredients have demonstrated the ability to help reduce BMI and encourage weight loss for participants involved in two clinical studies. In the first study, the average weight loss with these key ingredients was 20.94 pounds over a 12-week period. In the second study, the average weight loss was 16.50 pounds over an 8-week period.  All groups involved in these studies following a reduced-calorie diet.

Hydroxycut™ is available in several formats, including Pro Clinical Hydroxycut™ Caffeine Free, Hydroxycut™ Herbal, and more.

For more information, visit www.Hydroxycut.com.

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