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Monday, March 31, 2008

LLVLC On YouTube (Episode 31): Get Ultimate Hunger Control With Satiatrim


Delicious Satiatrim wards off hunger by increasing CCK in the body

Although a healthy low-carb lifestyle is an excellent way to naturally reduce hunger and increase the satisfaction you have with the foods you consume while losing weight, Satiatrim is a 50-calorie beverage that will help those of you who deal with getting hungry or have the propensity for overeating. If that's you, then listen up and find out more about this amazing new low-carb appetite-suppressing drink.

In Episode 31 of "Livin' La Vida Low-Carb On YouTube," the all-new and improved video series (check out the snazzy updated opening to the video along with a change in the format of the video itself--ENJOY!) focuses in on this product called Satiatrim and the impact it has on your body. There's an important hormone in your body called cholecystokinin, aka CCK (that's easier to say anyway!), that regulates how full you feel as you are eating and afterwards. Satiatrim greatly stimulates the production of this hormone.

Learn more about how Satiatrim can help you in today's video:



The good people at Satiatrim have an incredible offer for the readers of the "Livin' La Vida Low-Carb" blog. In addition to getting 20% off and FREE SHIPPING with any order, they also want to provide another $5 off of your order just by using the coupon code "JIMMY!" As Christine says in the video, my name is actually useful for something now. HA HA! Gee, THANKS honey!

If you could suppress your appetite before meals for around a dollar, then why wouldn't you do it? Try some Satiatrim and become a believer in it yourself, too! It's low-carb and comes in three yummy flavors--Chocolate, Vanilla, and Mixed Berry (our favorite!). Plus, if you're not completely satisfied, Satiatrim offers a 30-day money-back guarantee. But you're gonna fall in love with this stuff as much as we have!

See any of our previous YouTube videos anytime and go subscribe to our videos to have them delivered directly to you whenever we post new episodes. Share your feedback and show ideas with us anytime at livinlowcarbman@charter.net. THANKS for watching our YouTube videos! :)

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12 Comments:

Anonymous Red said...

Thanks, you can't argue with coupons and free shipping!

3/31/2008 10:47 PM  
Blogger Amy Dungan (a.k.a Sparky's Girl) said...

Love the new opening guys! And I do think I like it better without the music in the background. It was a bit distracting before.

4/01/2008 9:34 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There's an important hormone in your body called cholecystokinin, aka CCK (that's easier to say anyway!), that regulates how full you feel as you are eating and afterwards. Satiatrim greatly stimulates the production of this hormone.

Not to be a PITA, but based on what Jimmy? You're making a health claim for a product that is of dubious quality.

A single serving has 2g of protein - there are a lot of better options, for comparable calories, with more protein, that are of higher quality, with a better nutritional profile, than this product....that cost less too!

4/01/2008 4:05 PM  
Blogger Jimmy Moore said...

Based on the scientific studies that have been conducted on Satiatrim, it increases CCK in the gut which helps you feel fuller longer. I'll grant you there are indeed products out there that contain more protein, but Satiatrim doesn't claim to be a protein drink. It stimulates CCK so you won't eat as much and the hunger is controlled prior to and following a meal. It's as simple as that.

I appreciate your feedback, but don't knock it until you've at least given it a try first. THANK YOU for sharing your comments. :)

4/01/2008 4:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How much is Satiatrim paying you Jimmy?

4/01/2008 4:52 PM  
Blogger Jimmy Moore said...

Satiatrim is a known sponsor of my blog which helps me bring the quality content that you see here on a daily basis. It is entirely inappropriate for you to ask about the terms of our sponsorship deal, but I do appreciate your comments. This is my full-time job and I make no pretenses about this. THANK YOU for your feedback! Perhaps you shouldn't hide behind being anonymous if you want to be taken seriously. :)

4/01/2008 5:27 PM  
Blogger Tara said...

I like the new video format, but the old one was good, too.

I went to the Satietrim website and read that it has caffeine in it. I'm concerned because caffeine raises insulin and causes cravings - that's why Atkins recommends avoiding it.

4/01/2008 5:54 PM  
Blogger Jimmy Moore said...

THANKS Tara! Satiatrim does have a little bit of caffeine in it and you are exactly right that Dr. Atkins warned that it can raise blood sugar levels in some people. But I don't think the minor amount of caffeine that's in this product should concern people who have not seen a rise in their blood sugars from something like a diet soda. THANK YOU again for your feedback. :)

4/01/2008 6:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Based on the scientific studies that have been conducted on Satiatrim, it increases CCK in the gut which helps you feel fuller longer.

Links to those studies? In what peer-reviewed journal(s) were the data published? And what did they compare to, sugar?

4/01/2008 7:02 PM  
Blogger Tara said...

The FAQ on the Satiatrim site says that each serving has as much caffeine as a cup of coffee.
I know they are your sponsor, so I am not trying to disrespect that (and I won't be offended if you don't publish this), but if anyone adds caffeine to their diet equivalent to 3 cups of coffee a day, their appetite will be suppressed.
Personally, I think that caffeine is a lot like sugar, because it's one of those highly addictive substances, but it's socially acceptable, and people often want to assume it's not too bad, but it can have a profound negative impact on a lot if physical and mental processes.
Sometimes these affects show up right away and sometimes they don't, but they catch up with people eventually.

4/01/2008 7:46 PM  
Blogger Jimmy Moore said...

Fair enough, Tara. I haven't had those kind of issues with caffeine, but I can respect that others do. THANKS for sharing!

4/01/2008 9:21 PM  
Blogger Jimmy Moore said...

It's all right there for everyone in the world to see on the Satiatrim web site. Thanks! :)

4/01/2008 9:27 PM  

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