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Mom, desperately trying to get the health thing right! I started this blog so that I can pass along all the great things that I learn everyday on damage control for our wonderful bodies. It is tough to keep up sometimes with all the things going on in our daily lives so hopefully some of the helpful hints that I provide can make your life easier and healthier. I welcome your comments and tips as well! I am a vegetarian, animal rights advocate and avid animal rescuer.
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2008-08-07

Weird Appetite Suppressant-Have You Tried It? I Bet Not

For those of you who read my blog on a regular basis you will probably recall that I often share information from Kim Klaver (the only word that comes to mind is genius) and Dr. Heidi Dulay (one of the most amazing and knowledgeable people on the planet when it comes to nutrition) of Whole Food Nation. I take the whole food supplements the pops that they created (and I love) and now they have come out with a new weight loss program called Extreme Regime. I am sharing a weird appetite suppressant incorporated in the ER program that I absolutely loved. This is an exclusive program as Dr. Heidi only takes 6-10 people per month to work with and she just recently started it (so far the results have been staggering). I have not personally taken the program although if I wanted to lose weight I would but I have thought of signing up to learn her secrets because the following are the basic components of her program that is being met with such praise-

Here are the 4 basics of the ER program:

1. Real food is good. No fake, toxic, food-like substances.

2. Fat is good, including saturated fat IF it's from happy animals. Or from coconuts.

3. Refined carbs are bad: sugar, sweets, alcohol and refined grains (white bread, pasta, rice, etc.). BAD.

4. Starving is no good. It destroys metabolism and creates fat.

I am an information hound. I want to know all the secrets to good health and weight loss and Dr. Heidi seems to know them. Anyway, I am off subject (which is one of the things I am very good at doing) so let me get down to what this post is about (I can't ever make a short story short). Dr. Heidi and Kim Klaver have a weird appetite suppressant that I tried and oddly enough liked (I know, I know-I am weird) so I am sharing this with you to see what you think. If you decide to try it will you tell me if it worked for you? I was pleasantly surprised at how much less I ate after experimenting with this.

Weird Appetite Suppressant

by-Kim Klaver and Dr. Heidi Dulay

"Here's a weird (and free) ER appetite suppressant tip. I dare you to try it.
You're sitting down at a restaurant. The waiter brings out the warm bread and butter.
Take some butter (say a pat or so).

Do not touch the bread.
Eat the butter. Alone. Let it melt in your mouth.
Wait about 10 seconds.

Check appetite.

Repeat if necessary.

If you have not gagged at the idea of butter alone, you'll notice a difference in your hunger level almost immediately. I did. Vicki did. Anna Jean did. Dozens of others did."


What do you think? I loved it and now carry around a tub of butter (just kidding) but I was excited to find that this worked! Are you going to try it? I am dying to know if it works for you too!!!

p.s. thanks for all the well wishes (I felt so loved) on my flu day. I am rarely sick so of course I acted like the world was ending. I am much better and back to myself now (whatever that is). You all are great!

22 comments:

Regina said...
The thought of this is disgusting to me!
Ria said...
butter? suppresant? really? Wow!!! let me check this then...

heidi, this one is for you because you're the first of the few whom i met in the blog world when i was new and your friendship meant a lot to me then and now.... cheers!!!

http://www.riablahgs.com/2008/08/brillante-weblog-award.html
wildcatsthree said...
This is a great tip! Fat supresses your appetite. Actually I take a bit of butter all by itself occassionally as I'm cooking with it - love the taste, but ours is an organic salt free butter.

By the way we've given you an award and you can pick it up at http://blog.ourdoglog.com

Enjoy!
Sogeshirtsguy said...
hmm that is interesting. Never would of thought of butter in a million years.
ssgreylord said...
Butter? That's crazy! Especially after all the years of telling you no! to butter. Not sure I can stomach this one tough. We'll see. BTW, the image of you carrying around a tub of butter made me LOL! You're the best!
LuckyGirl said...
Hmmm. I'll try anything once. Well, most anything. Peanut butter works for me though, and tastes better solo.
Hmmm...that is very unusual Heidi...I don't use butter...but the idea doesn't really sound very pleasant...ok, ok, I'll give it a try when I get the chance!!!

Glad to hear you are feeling better!
Cheers
Jacqueline said...
Now...this is quite amazing! I never would have guessed it. Like Regina, I don't think I could fall in love with this appetite suppressant.
Its an interesting info,I'll definitely try it on my next visit to some restaurant.
aybi said...
hello Heidi,I'll try this!!thanks for this very useful information!
Liza said...
i will definitely try this! thanks heidi :)
Babette said...
Just the thought of having only butter is not appetizing. LOL I'll have to try this and hope it works. :)
Paul Eilers said...
I love butter - on my popcorn, that is.
Christine said...
Ok, I'm going to try this. My appetite is one of my problems with losing weight. I do have a question, does it have to be real butter or can it be margerine? Luckily I do have butter in the house (mostly for cookie makin), so I'll try it today when I'm hungry again before dinner!

Thanks for the info.
Shelia said...
Hi Heidi!

Glad you're feeling better. Never be ashamed to act like the world should revolve around you because your nose is running, lol.

Yup, the butter sounds disgusting. But I'm going to try it!
MizFit said...
SO INTERESTING.

Im a BIG FAN OF THE FAT so Im definitely in on this experiment.

first to get the hubby to take me OUT!
Grandma Betty said...
It is really good to see there are some folks out there that know the truth!

Our bodies do need saturated fats but only the good kinds! Coconut oil, palm kernel oil, butter and olive oil.

Thanks for saying it so well, you got peoples attention!
Yu Ming Lui said...
I think this method of natural appetite suppressant is similar to downing a spoonful of olive oil or coconut oil. It's a bit off-putting but I'm sure the experience would be over in just a second.
SF said...
Like most of the folks have already said, I'll try it once!

I found you on Entrecard and I am enjoying your blog!

I'll check back in to let you know.
I have lots of weight to lose!

(tossing out the twizzlers now!)
Diet Lady said...
Very interesting, Happy to know about ER program too.
WhFoods said...
Hey Heidi, it is good to know about EXTREME REGIME, thxs for the link and more details.....

-Greeny
(WhFoods)
Shelley Evans said...
I KNEW it!! I just started a ketogenic diet and noticed alot of butter was being consumed but this was not all. Alot of other things too. I finally though added butter to my bullet proof cocoa. Voila. APPETITE SUPPRESSED until the afternoon. I continued on and of course assumed it was all of the ingredients combined. I remembered that Stephanie Person ate and advocate alot of butter yet no other dairy. Others incorporated other dairy. This morning I made another bullet proof cocoa drink including butter and boom - that same "lid on tight" appetite suppressed literal feeling. I began to wonder amid all of the arguments for and against different dairy products and wondered why everyone it seemed, was satisfied with their diets. Low carb, high fat. I took a stab in the dark today and determined that there was a good chance that BUTTER might indeed be the secret weight loss appetite suppressant that most people don't know about. Then I found this page. Oh my goodness. LITTLE DO PEOPLE KNOOOOOOW!!!! Blend butter up in your tea, cocoa or coffee or whatever else, I guess. What a damn secret and it's so cheap and everywhere! I also just read an article where they were saying that butter inhibited anything naturally appetite suppressing. Absolute propaganda! They've known about it for years and they've deliberately suppressed this vital information from us!! This is why most people believe that butter is fattening. Criminals.

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