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GreenWorld Slimming Capsule and Pro Slim Tea

GreenWorld Slimming Capsule and Pro Slim Tea

2 weeks slimming course/plan:

Slimming Combo

Staying healthy and physical fitness solution that works

This is targeted at getting rid of excess tummy fat, thighs fat and underarms fat.
By following this plan, an individual can shed up to 8kg in 2 weeks.

Results are visible within two weeks and it is NAFDAC approved.

1. Slimming Capsule

Accelerates metabolism rate to increase the burning of the fat as fuel and the degradation of fat in the body, decreases the intake of calories by regulating food intake, with it’s natural floral formula it helps loose weight safely and steadily without rebound and generation wrinkles, dual roles in weight loss and beautification.

2. Pro-Slim Tea

Accelerate metabolism and degradation of fat, burns fat as fuel to reduce the lipid content of the body, also reduces absorption of dietary  fat and helps lose weight.

In South Africa, excess body weight is a massive problem, but not only in adults – 13% of children are overweight or obese – more than double the global average of 5%.

In a tweet encouraging people to exercise, the City of Tshwane municipality shared alarming statistics about how many South Africans were overweight.

“According to Healthy Living Alliance almost 70% of women and 39% of men are overweight in South Africa,” it claimed. It added that “the country has the highest obesity rate in sub-Saharan Africa”.

What is an unhealthy weight?

The body mass index (BMI) is used to find out if a person’s weight is healthy or not. It looks at their weight in relation to their height.

A person is considered overweight if they have a BMI of 25 or above, but lower than 30. A woman 1.65 metres tall and weighing 68 kilograms has a BMI of 25.

Someone is considered obese when they have a BMI of 30 or higher. A man 1.75 metres tall and weighing 92 kilograms has a BMI of 30.

68% of South African women overweight

The Demographic and Health Survey estimated that 68% of women aged 15 years and older were overweight or obese. This is in line with the figure tweeted.

In comparison, just 31% of men were overweight or obese. This is lower than the tweet suggested.

SA tops obesity rankings in sub-Saharan Africa

The World Health Organisation (WHO) provides comparable obesity estimates for countries around the world.

In 2016, it estimated that 28.3% of adults in South Africa were obese.

This was the highest obesity rate for the sub-Saharan African countries that the WHO collects data for. Botswana was in second place with an obesity rate of 18.9%. – Kate Wilkinson (22/08/2018)

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