If you’ve got some extra pounds to shed, your doc will tell you to eat less… and exercise more.
But you and I know it’s not as simple as that.
You can be hungry all the time… and not drop a pound.
You can walk to the ends of the earth… and not lose an inch.
Have you ever wished that weight loss could be just a LITTLE easier?
Well, now it can be.
Because there’s an ancient tribal plant that actually FORCES your body to torch fat and shrink your waistline.
And you don’t have to change a THING about your diet.
A disappearing act
In the 17th century, European settlers were introduced to the yerba mate plant by South American tribesmen.
They had been using yerba mate for centuries to make a healing and energizing tea.
But in the 1930s, when the rest of the world turned its attention to coffee… yerba mate was practically forgotten about.
And now, it’s one of the “best-kept secrets” out there for weight loss.
Studies have shown that it helps you lose weight by:
- Helping you burn more calories, especially with exercise
- Stopping fat accumulation and helping you burn the fat you’ve got for energy
- Making you feel less hungry, so you eat less
In a 2015 study, Korean researchers found that those who supplemented with yerba mate lost body mass AND fat… and reduced their waist-to-hip ratio.
They got smaller – including in the belly, the area we care most about – without making ANY additional dietary or lifestyle changes!
And all it took was 12 weeks.
Imagine losing weight… EFFORTLESSLY… without being hungry!
It’s possible with yerba mate – and without side effects.
Now, yerba mate has a kick to it, because of a safe compound called mateine. But unlike the caffeine found in other teas and coffee, mateine won’t make you jittery.
Brazil is the top producer of yerba mate. And yerba mate tea – or just “mate” — is the national drink of Argentina.
But you don’t have to fly to South America to experience what the local tribes have known for ages.
Yerba mate is available as a dried tea or a prepared drink – but watch out for impurities, added sugar, and other perils of processed foods.
If tea isn’t your thing… or you just don’t like the taste… you can also get yerba mate in capsule form at your local health food store.