Cha de Bugre
A natural appetite suppressant from Brazil.
Cha de Bugre is yet another exotic weight loss ingredient that hails from South America. The powdered herb is served all over the streets of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. While it hasn't quite reached that status here in the States, it is a sensation there. And what a list of sensational health benefits it apparently has: decreased appetite, kills viruses, reduces cellulite, reduces fever, increases urination, supports heart health, and acts as a stimulant.
The Cha de Bugre tree produces a red fruit similar to a coffee bean which can be roasted and made in to a coffee substitute.
Cha de Bugre is supposed to suppress appetite, but not completely, which is key. The idea is not to not eat at all, then binge later when famished. Cha de Bugre gives one a sense of being full after eating a few bites of food. This seems to promote smaller more frequent meals, which is common knowledge today as the best way to a healthy weight.
The Cha de Bugre works best if taken 30 minutes to one hour prior to a meal.
- There are a wide variety of proposed health benefits with Cha de Bugre
- There are reasonably priced products available
- Natural appetite suppressant
- Cha de Bugre is still relatively mysterious to U.S. consumers.
Cha de Bugre is known to contain caffeine, potassium, allantoin and allantoic acid, all of these occurring naturally.EXERCISE
As with any approach you take to weight loss, exercise is key to lasting health. Each individual Cha de Bugre product you buy could be differentCONCLUSION
Most people in the U.S. are generally in the dark when it comes to Cha de Bugre. If you don't know much about it, you are best to consult your physician first. If you consider it as a supplement it probably works best in conjunction with other weight loss aids. And remember, it's just a supplement, so you still need to make good food choices and exercise moderately.Common Misspellings
Cha de Burge, Che de Bugre, Cha Bugre, Chada Bugre, Chi de Bugre, Cha de Burg