STOP DIETING . START EATING AWAY EXTRA POUNDS
Starving yourself will lead to mood swing and weight rebounce. Do you know you can eat and lose weight at the same time? Whether you want to be fit, shade the extra 10 kilos, or gain your confidence in your own skin, Lynnity is here to assist you. We believe weight loss should be as simple as eating & drinking. Lynnity Slimming & Detox Therapy is specially designed to prepare a clean body for healthy & sustainable weight loss.
Start your journey today with Lynnity Slimming & Detox Therapy
Lynnity Slimming & Detox Therapy consists of Lynnity Phyto Tropical to cleanse your body and trim the extra weight & Lynnity Botanic Superfood to curb your hunger and replenish your cells with essential nutrients. With this thoughtful design, it has become one of the most sustainable slimming & detox therapy in the town!
A Clean You, A Healthy You
We use nutrients, herbs and botanicals to detoxify and purify your digestive system. Optimising your metabolism through detox is a vital step in a successful weight loss.
Nourish, Replenish and Fuel
Now your cells are clean and refresh. They can now absorb nutrients as much as possible, like a new thirsty sponge. When used as directed, Lynnity Superfood delivers all the essential elements for maximizing your metabolism and achieving successful weight loss. The shakes provide additional protein and fiber to fuel your body and keep those hunger at bay. By promoting a feeling of fullness as well as suppresing your appetite, we will keep you on track and away from unhealthy foods.
Start Glowing, Start being You
Most importantly, Lynnity keep you young and healthy. Unlike dieting or skipping meals, you can now eat away all the extra pounds without being pale and weak. Nothing is better than being young from cells. You will experience the freshness and energy that you have never had before. Start to glow and be ready for the spotlights!
Four tips to make weight loss easier1. Drink at least 3 liters of water a day
- helps to eliminate toxin from body and rehydrate cells for younger looking skin. Drinking water prevents constipation too to avoid accumulation of toxins in our guts.
2. 30 minutes exercise or 10,000 steps a day
- move your body to increase the metabolic rates and convert more fat into energy.
- build up more lean muscle to further increase metabolic rates
3. Eat the right diet
- Use MyPlate to plan your portion
- Reduce the intake of food high in fats and carbohydrates such as roti canai, kuih koci, doughnut, food containing coconut milk, nasi lemak, fast food such as pizza, fried chicken and chocolate.
- Avoid sweet drinks, carbonated drinks, and alcoholic drinks.
4. Sleep early
Sleeping late or lack of sleep had been associated with obesity. A longer sleep is found to stimulate growth hormone which convert fat into energy.
When more and more people get back their shape through meal replacement diet, scientists started to look into it seriously to find out the truth. The pool of convincing findings has again confirmed the benefits of this powerful yet extremely simple method to lose weight.
Efficacy of a meal replacement diet plan compared to a food-based diet plan.
A meal replacement diet plan of a fixed macronutrient composition yielded clinically significant weight loss for 93% of obese participants. The intervention with meal replacements yielded changes in body composition that favorably impacted many cardiovascular health outcomes. It is an effective strategy for producing robust initial weight loss and for achieving improvements in a number of health parameters during weight maintenance.
Davis LM, et al."Efficacy of a meal replacement diet plan compared to a food-based diet plan after a period of weight loss and weight maintenance: a randomized controlled trial" Nutrition Journal 2010; 9:11.
Meal Replacements and Energy Balance.
This collective information supports the view that meal replacements, particularly in beverage form, are now an effective and safe component for use in the clinical setting. Several studies suggest that the addition of a Meal Replacement to pharmacotherapy may be additive for weight loss.
Heymsfield SR. "Meal replacements and energy balance." Physiology and Behavior. 2010; 100: 90-94.
Position of the American Dietetic Association: Weight Management
Individuals adhering to structured meal replacement plans lose more weight at both 12 weeks and one year than individuals following a conventional diet plan, with one year dropout rates for the structured meal replacement plan significantly less than the conventional diet plan.
Seagle, Helen, Gladys Witt Strain, Angela Makris, and Rebecca Reeves. "Position of the American Dietetic Association: Weight Management." Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 2009; 109: 330-346.
One Year Weight losses in the look AHEAD Study: Factors Associated with Success
The numbers of meal replacements consumed in the first six months was significantly related to weight loss at week 26 as was the total number consumed for the year to weight loss at week 52.
Wadden, Thomas, et ai. "One-year Weight Losses in the Look AHEAD Study: Factors Associated With Success." Obesity. 2009; 17:713-722.
Value of Structured Meals for Weight Management: Risk Factors and long-Term Weight Maintenance
For two groups, one with a 1,200-1,500 calorie diet and another with a diet using 2 or 3 meal replacements, the differences were significant. The first group lost an average of 1.5 pounds over 3 months and 3.3 pounds after 4 years. The second group lost 7.8 pounds after 3 months and 8.4 pounds after 4 years.
Ditschunett, Herwig and Marion Flechtner-Mors. "Value of Structured Meals for Weight Management: Risk Factors and Long-Term Weight Maintenance." Obesity Research. 2001; 9: 284S-289S.
Weight Management Using a Meal Replacement Strategy: Meta and Pooling Analysis from Six Studies
All methods of analysis indicated a significantly greater weight loss in subjects receiving the Partial Meal Replacement plan (usage of one or two meal replacements per day) compared to The Conventional Reduced Calorie Diet plan.
Heymsfield, SB, CAJ van Mierlo, HCM van der Knapp, M Heo, and HI Frier. "Weight Management Using a Meal Replacement Strategy: Meta and Pooling Analysis from Six Studies." International Journal of Obesity. 2003; 27: 537-549.