Top Herbs and Natural Supplements For Your 2021 Weight-Loss Goals

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2020 was a challenging year because of the pandemic. Restricted movements and work from home for most of us, have led to unwanted weight increase. To improve things in 2021, we need a positive mindset, regular exercise, and natural aids to shed the extra pounds from our bodies.

There are no drugs that can help you move towards optimal BMI without side-effects. While it is okay to stick to your daily walk, exercise, yoga, vitamins, and supplements, certain herbs can also help you get fit by balancing internal health. Here are some hand-picked herbs made by Mother Nature that can help you meet your weight loss goals in 2021.          

1. Kratom

According to WHO statistics, obesity has almost tripled worldwide since 1975. Obese people stand a greater chance of developing chronic ailments like hypertension, heart attacks, joint problems, diabetes, anxiety, depression, and eating disorders. Quality maeng da strain herb, which hails from Southeast Asia can do wonders for helping you lose those extra pounds.  Also known for its appetite-suppressing properties, kratom promotes metabolic processes that can help you shed those stubborn pounds. Thai Kratom and Maeng Da Kratom are the best Kratom strains for weight loss.  If you are looking for nearby kratom stores then you can search on google “where to buy kratom” and get the details of all the stores in your locality.

How to consume: You may start with 2 grams if you are new to kratom use.  

2. Oregano       

Oregano is a plant herb, just like mint, sage, rosemary, thyme, and basil. And it contains the powerful compound carvacrol that can induce weight loss. Carvacrol supplements help in controlling fat synthesis in the body. High in antioxidants, oregano helps to reduce body inflammation and shows anti-cancerous properties as well.            

How to consume: Add oregano to dishes and salads at the end of the cooking process or chop oregano leaves and mix it into bread for a herby flavor. Oregano is available as dried or fresh in grocery stores.    

3. Dandelion  

Dandelion is not just a garden plant with yellow flowers, it is also a digestive aid that enhances fat metabolism. It helps improve carbohydrate metabolism and reduces fat absorption. A smallresearch study done in mice helped scientists conclude that a chemical found in dandelions, called chlorogenic acid, may reduce weight gain and fat retention in the body. As a mild diuretic, the dandelion herb helps in flushing out body toxins, reducing weight. Avoid long-term dandelion use as it can cause loss of electrolytes in the body, like any other diuretic.                      

How to consume: Make 3 to 4 cups of dandelion tea as your daily beverage. You can also add fresh dandelion leaves to your salads or soups. Tincture lovers can take 15-30 drops of dandelion per day.   

4. Cayenne Pepper  

Cayenne pepper serves the dual role of both spice and medicinal herb. This culinary ingredient stimulates metabolism, burning calories for weight loss. According to a research study, Just one gram of cayenne pepper intake in a meal can increase the body temperature, better metabolizing calorie consumption. Participants also had a less of an urge to eat fatty and sugar-based foods. 

How to consume: Take 1 teaspoon of cayenne pepper before meals. It will curb your hunger for fatty foods and help you consume fewer calories than you would otherwise.

5. Psyllium       

Psyllium is a fiber sourced from the herb Plantago Ovata that acts as a natural laxative and is easy to digest. Since it absorbs water, will greatly benefits weight loss and reduce constipation.        

How to consume: In 2 cups water, add 1 tsp of psyllium powder. Mix it well and drink. Since it likely to cause bloating, individuals with an upset stomach should take psyllium in limited quantities. Asthmatics and pregnant women should avoid psyllium.      

6. Ginseng

For effective weight loss, try exploring the Ginseng ancient herb to help burn body fat and lose weight. Ginseng contains brown adipose tissue, which converts fats into energy. It can also induce healthy gut bacteria production, which influences body metabolism and weight loss.            

How to consume: You can eat ginseng in raw form, stew it in water to make tea, or add it to soups and stir-fried items. Moreover, you can take ginseng in powder, capsule, or oil forms. Take a daily dose of 1-2 gm of raw ginseng root or 200-400 mg of ginseng extract. 

7. Garcinia Cambogia

A sedentary lifestyle and poor eating habits can deprive the body of health and nutrition. Maintaining an ideal weight is becoming a challenge for the working-class and home-based entrepreneurs. Garcinia cambogia herbal supplement stimulates metabolism and suppresses appetite. And it also stops emotional hunger and reduces the formation of new fat cells. Garcinia will make you feel fuller for a longer periods of time. And it is the safest solution in the market for weight loss.      

How to consume: Take 800-1000 mg Garcinia extract orally, twice a day. Pregnant women and breastfeeding moms should take Garcinia with precaution.    

8. Gymnema Sylvestre

Gymnema Sylvestre is a perennial herb that can reduce sugar cravings and lower blood sugar levels. It is a ‘sugar destroyer’ because it contains acids that suppress the taste of sugar. Research studies are testing the goodness of the Gymnema Sylvestre plant in promoting weight loss. Apart from combating weight gain, Gymnema Sylvestre also helps in fighting diabetes.   

How to consume: Chew the plant’s leaves and use it as an extract or leaf powder. Drinking Gymnema Sylvestre as tea helps control appetite for obesity treatment. You can also take supplementary capsules or tablets for better control of dosage.


There are many research-backed herbs to help you kick-start your weight loss journey in 2021. Don’t forget to include these herbs in your meals to reach your optimum weight goals. 


Eating with mindfulness should be your primary aim. And try boosting your nutrition quotient with a planned dietary intake. Skip impulsive eating, as that will reverse the process. But don’t go overboard on using herbs for weight loss. Limit your herb intake and pair it with nutrient-rich foods to enhance your weight loss. Always consult a health practitioner for safety standards before consuming an herb. You can supplement your herb intake with daily exercise including walks to keep your body active and energetic and your mind focused on wellbeing.    

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