Before we get started on which CBD oil is best for weight loss, weight loss is a very tricky subject and for good advice on the subject, you should consult your doctor.
Also, "weight" loss in and of itself is a tricky subject; we'll touch on that.
Can CBD help with weight loss? We aren't doctors, and CBD - according to the FDA - isn't medicine, except if it's prescribed by a physician and only in some very strictly-defined instances. At present, CDB oil is approved for treating one of two juvenile seizure disorders and that's it.
CBD oil, at best, likely won't affect weight loss unless you're drinking it by the quart. CBD gummies and drinks on the other hand...might. So let's talk about that.
Okay, so the quick version of this - and again, you need to talk to a doctor about weight loss - that losing weight is simply taking pounds off your body.
That weight comes in three different forms. You have water weight, literally water being retained in your body. Then you have loss of lean mass, meaning muscle...and that's bad. Then you have what people REALLY mean when they say "weight loss."
What you mean is fat loss.
The ugly truth to fat loss, absent a hormonal disorder or other physical condition, is that it comes down to calories in and calories out. Yes, this even applies to the ketogenic diet; if you eat 4,000 calories even while maintaining that perfect macronutrient ratio of fats to proteins to carbs, you're going to get fatter. Exercise will help, but cutting calories helps most.
You can increase the burn rate by adding muscle (do you even lift, bro?) but that's all it really comes down to. Calories in, calories out. It's that simple.
This isn't to say that macronutrient intake doesn't matter, but this is to say that there's no secret to what makes weight loss happen. This isn't new information, it's been a known quantity for...well, basically ever.
Does CBD play a role in any of this? It's merely peripheral.
The only way in which CBD matters as far as weight loss is concerned is that you can use CBD oil or capsules as a pain remedy. Again, CBD oil or capsules are not recommended or endorsed by the FDA as a pain reliever, but there's some evidence that they are effective.
A bit of residual pain and soreness happens if you're exercising regularly as part of your weight loss regimen. CBD oil or balm can help with that, which helps you keep exercising.
Unless you're drinking a glass of CBD-infused bacon grease, the amount of CBD oil that people usually take - a dropper full in the morning, maybe another at night - only adds trace calories at best. Sometimes there's a bit of sweetener, but not nearly enough to make a serious difference to...well, anyone.
If anything, most CBD oils would add a bit of healthy fats. Not much, but a little bit, and healthy fats are actually really good for you.
Those that succumb to nervous eating (curse you Ben and Jerry's!) might find CBD is effective in stabilizing mood and anxiety.
CBD edibles/candies and drinks, however, would likely be counterproductive to weight loss efforts as - unless you're only drinking CBD-infused water or unsweetened tea - that's just adding empty calories.
So which CBD oil is best for weight loss? Whichever one that works for you. Maybe find one with no sugar in it? Again, unless you're drinking it by the quart...it's not what's going to matter.
Now stock up on salad and crush those goals!
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