The culture of a society is what defines them to the rest of the world. The way they dress, their language, fashion and way of living. Most of us think about the smells and vibrancy of foods that each place provides. However, when you think of American culture, what kind of food do you imagine?
Delicious! – Sila is a Revolutionary Nutraceutical:
Sila, which can be used as a sauce, dip or spread, is an all-natural food that actually promotes good health. Sila is the brainchild of Dobri Kiprov, M.D., a leading immunologist and Chief of Immunotherapy at California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco, who is on a mission to establish food not only as a source of pleasure, but as the best medicine on the planet. “Eating can be both a pleasurable experience and a nourishing one,” explains Dr. Kiprov. “Unfortunately, present day overconsumption of processed and ‘fast’ foods actually contributes greatly to the development of the most common diseases in our society – type 2 diabetes, hypertension, heart attacks and stroke. These foods are rich in refined sugars, unhealthy fats and artificial preservatives. They are full of empty calories, have minimal or no nutritional value, and lead to obesity and chronic inflammation – medical conditions which have reached epidemic proportions. The best tasting food can be the healthiest for us. If we like something then we are likely to make it a habit and part of our lifestyle. The trick is to pick foods that are both tasty and nutritious.”
His research led him to the creation of Sila, an all-natural, delicious recipe of wholesome ingredients that promotes weight loss.
“We’re creating something you can adopt as a lifestyle and not just a diet,” said Dr. Kiprov. “Food is medicine and the ingredients in Sila have scientific evidence that show they promote healthy weight control.” According to Dr. Kiprov “Sila was created on the basis of two simple principles: the act of eating is one of the most enjoyable aspects of life, and good food is medicine.”
Simple Ingredients with a Powerful Punch:
Sila is made up of three simple ingredients: White Beans, White Tea and Red Bell Peppers. The White Beans promotes the suppression of hunger through fiber and it also helps control sugar and insulin spikes by lessening the carbohydrate absorption in the blood. The White Tea helps reduce the growth of fat cells and also plays an important role in regulations of the immune system. Red Bell Peppers increase heat production that then increases metabolism in the body. All three ingredients also carry beneficial anti-oxidants that are vital to optimum health and protect us against free radicals.
Qnexa is a new obesity pill that is showing great results in aiding with America’s growing waistline. With every pill though, the FDA is finding concern with some of its side effects. Such risks include areas of possible depression, memory and concentration loss and heart issues. Now, compare Qnexa to Sila. There is no comparison. Americans can add another pill with restrictions and possible side effects to their daily regiment, or they can incorporate real foods like Sila into their lifestyle. According to Dr. Kiprov, “the media will always promote the ‘magic pill’ as the next best way to get thin, but the reality is to tackle it through lifestyle. This cultural issue of food is being passed on to children who become exposed to the addictive nature of unhealthy fast food at an early age. This is a critical issue that needs attention. Knowledge is power and we need to teach our children that food is both for nutrition and pleasure.”
A Bigger Picture of Health:
“I developed Sila as an all natural, great tasting food that people can adopt as a part of their lifestyle. It’s lifestyle changes that work, not diets,” says Dr. Kiprov. Born and raised in Europe, Dr. Kiprov saw the celebration of food decline by the fast food movement. There was a parallel movement of increase health risks in those that adopted this lifestyle. “I saw firsthand what was going on and it occurred to me that this is preventable,” said Dr. Kiprov. “It’s the idea of living a pleasurable and healthy lifestyle. How you eat, how you cook and prepare the food. We try to teach people how to dine.” Food is medicine and the ingredients in Sila offer maximum nutrition and promote healthy weight control.”
Sila, which is the first in a line of products developed by Dr. Kiprov, is part of his unique program titled “Lifestyle in Motion.” The program promotes the idea that America does not need another diet solution, but a lifestyle solution that is accessible, attainable, and simple.
Sila is available online at www.Sila-Foods.com or at Bryan’s Fine Foods, Corte Madera, CA.
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Written by Kara Tornquist