Obesity is defined by the World Health Organisation (WHO) as “abnormal or excessive fat accumulation that presents a risk to health”. It is an extremely widespread and serious disease of modern civilisation.
According to the Australian Heart Foundation there are 6 million Australians adults who are overweight. Professor Yoland Lim Health Care’s SMX SLIMAX acts on the theory that obesity results from the accumulation of only one particular type of fat - Type 3 fat - and this is the fat that is particularly difficult to get rid of unlike normal fat.
All people have Type 1 or structural fat, which is extremely important to the body. Amongst other functions it supports organs and protects arteries. We also have to have Type 2 fat which is an all-over covering that insulates the body, and produces energy and other body fuels. The overweight person has a third type of fat, which is abnormal and harmful.
Dr Albert Simeon, the German endocrinologist from the 1900’s first introduced HCG injections for weight loss has named this fat as 'locked-in fat'. In banking terms, this fat is like a fixed deposit accumulated through the years. It is locked away and not available for use. It is not kept in a current account. This fixed deposit, which settles on parts of the body such as the hips, is the unbudgeable fat that defeats the overweight person who tries to diet. This is Type 3 fat.
Professor Yoland Lim's book on weight control entitled The Oriental Art of Keeping Slim covers in detail the causes and effect of obesity and his program of weight loss treatment - "No drugs, No side effects".
SMX SLIMAX Drops contain a specially formulated combination of phytomolecular medicinal herbs developed by Professor Yoland Lim from nature, that have been used in Eastern Medicine for over 1000 years. Medical studies by Monash University Medical and Nutritional Department’s Professor Frank Ng showed its benefits by reducing the size and number of adipose (fat) cells, helping to regulate the amount of food eaten, and to assist in the reduction in cholesterol.
Herbs: Panax Notoginseng, Lilium Brownii Bulb Dry, NepheliumLongana Fruit Dry, Polygonatum Multiflorum Root Dry, Campanumaea Lanceolata Root Dry, Ligusticum Sinense Root Dry.
SMX SLIMAX Drops works on ‘Type 3 fat’: eg hips, thighs, abdomen, upper arms, buttocks.
Directions: 15 drops in a cup of HMIX tea to be taken 3 times daily, 30 minutes before meals.
Plus we suggest the following procedure:
Always eat slowly; Always eat breakfast and include fluids eg. HMIX tea.
If you don’t do this your metabolism may be very slow to start.
Breakfast acts as a trigger to kickstart your metabolism, hence the name ‘breaking the fast’.
Meals: Eat fresh vegetables, fruit, and fish, and some lean meat or chicken.
Do not skip meals; but if you have to delay a meal, keep your fluid levels up with eg. HMIX tea.
Reduce intake of all refined carbohydrates products, such as white flour, white sugar, and processed sugars in sweets, chocolates and lollies.
Avoid: Processed, tinned foods and pre-packaged foods. Reduce salt intake, and do not put extra salt or Mono-Sodium Glutamate (MSG) in your cooking.
Decrease consumption of alcohol and cease, or at least cut down on cigarettes.
Get in to a regular bowel habit routine. This is encouraged by regular exercise.
Further reading: The Oriental Art of Keeping Slim- By Professor Yoland Lim.
The weight loss technique unfolds in three parts:
(a) Behaviour modification
(b) Changes in eating and cooking habits – including changing recipes.
(c) Self treatment electronic acupuncture points with the Electronic Acupuncture machine- by Professor Yoland Lim Health Care for weight loss.
Exercises are to be taken gradually. § Check with your GP that you are medically fit to take on gradual exercises.§ As you get better at each exercise, repeat these multiple times, and slower, for increasing effect.To Slim Waist: Sit on floor, with legs straight and stretched out with arms fully extended touch your left foot with your right hand and then vice-versa.To firm thighs: Keep back straight and arms straight out at shoulder level. Squat as far as possible while keeping your heels on the ground, and stand up straight.To firm buttocks: Sit on floor with arms folded, keeping back and legs straight. Walk on buttocks by pushing one leg forward and then the other. To firm buttocks& upper thighs: Sit on floor with legs bent. Hold your ankles so that the soles of feet are together. Keeping your back straight rock from side to side.To tighten abdomen (tummy): Lying on the floor with backs of hand under your buttocks, bend knees over chest, then return legs to floor.
Studies on The Use of "SLIMAX", A Chinese Herbal Mixture, In The Treatment of Human Obesity.
Authors: Vera Ignjatovic, Esra Ogru, Mark Heffernan, Roksan Libinaki, Professor Yoland Lim and Professor Frank Ng.
Online Reference: 10 Jan 2011, citation:
A phytochemical preparation known as "SLIMAX" (Professor Yoland Lim Health Care) was administered orally to human volunteers for a six-week period, using a double-blind experimental method. This preparation is an aqueous extract of the Chinese medicinal plants Hordeum vulgare, Polygonatum multiflorum, Dimocarpus longan, Ligusticum sinense, Lilium brownii and Zingiber officinale. Treatment with SLIMAX resulted in a significant decrease in parameters such as body weight, waist and hip circumference, and Body Mass Index (BMI), in all subjects tested. The basis of action was shown to be through modification of lipid metabolism, with significant effects on both the accumulation and the release of lipid from adipose tissue. The experimental results indicate a great potential for the use of this herbal preparation in treatment of human obesity.
In summary these medical studies by Monash University Medical and Nutritional Department’s Professor Frank Ng showed its benefits by reducing the size and number of adipose (fat) cells, helping to regulate the amount of food eaten, and to assist in the reduction in cholesterol.
Further reading: The Oriental Art of Keeping Slim - By Professor Yoland Lim.
The weight loss technique unfolds in two parts: