Satiereal Saffron « Health Now, Wealth Forever

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By Marilyn, on June 7th, 2012

Dr. Oz recently told viewers about the benefits of taking satiereal saffron extract in suppressing overeating. I went looking about saffron.

What I found out from the Internet is if you put saffron in without the words satiereal or Dr. Oz you get nothing about saffron being an appetite suppressant. Saffron comes from the plant crocus sativus. It is mainly known as an expensive spice. In fact, any of the main medical web sites say saffron other than spicing up your food, is a dangerous “supplement”, even though it has been used for three thousand years.  The two “medical” websites that I read felt that the benefit claims for the saffron supplements were exaggerated. Saffron is used to treat asthma, cough, sleep problems, depression, heartburn and dry skin.¹ The only mention of appetite suppression was under the header of “Bothersome Saffron Side Effects” from this website.

Dr. Oz has brought the good news about Satiereal  Saffron extract:

Research  ”concluded the following potential health benefits after continued use shows:

  • Decrease in inches and weight loss
  • Decrease in frequency of feeling hungry
  • Decrease in fat-forming sugar cravings and snacking
  • Promotes a healthy lifestyle and mood to avoid overeating
  • Simply put, Satiereal Saffron can increase satisfaction in one’s appetite quicker mean while decreasing stress hormones and improving emotional health for more long term results and stability.”²

“The scientific results of the Saffron Extract clinical study were profound as Satiereal  Saffron  provided unique advantages over most other tried and tested weight loss ingredients.  The study review showed:

  • Saffron decreases snacking average:  55% compared to 28% placebo
  • Satiereal decreases appetite of feelings of hunger between meals:  84% compared to 52% placebo
  • Satiereal  Saffron decreases desire for sugary snacks:  78% compared to 46% placebo” ²

Check out the research.

1: WebMD: Saffron

2: (PRWEB) May 29, 2012

This information should not take the place of medical advice.  Talk to your health care provider about your interest in, questions about, or use of dietary supplements and what may be best for your overall health.