• Chitosan: it is an natural fiber extracted from the peel of the crustaceans. She reduces the absorption of the ingested fat, decreasing this way the level of his/her cholesterol, inducing his/her gastro-intestinal apparel to work better and compensate the largest protein ingestion that usually promotes constipation.
  • Garcinia Camboja: it reduces the variations in the level of the glucose, protecting his/her brain of the hipoglicemia and of the hunger sensation.
  • Chromium: A special mineral that it improves the effectiveness of the insulin. That mineral reduces the hiperinsulinismo that is so harmful to the organism.
  • Mexican Yam Extract: A root with the capacity of modulate the action of the cortisol, that usually meets high when we are stressed. The high level of the cortisol promotes a larger accumulation of the abdominal fat, the fat brown, that is resistent to insulin and is related with the cardiovascular diseases.
  • Guar Gum or Cyamopsis Tetraganoloba: Described in the american book PDR as a digest regulator. In general it promotes satiation sensation and it should be ingested with a big glass of water.
  • Glucomannan: is the Western name for vegetable fibers derived from an Asiatic plant family known as konjac. Glucomannan does not dissolve in water, but forms a thick, gooey gel when exposed to fluids. The body does not digest glucomannan, so the resulting large soft mass moves through the intestines and may trigger intestinal muscle contractions. Therefore, glucomannan is thought to be an effective bulk-type laxative, even though the process may take up to 12 hours.
  • L-Tyrosine: is a nonessential amino acid (protein building block) that the body synthesizes from phenylalanine, another amino acid. Tyrosine is important to the structure of almost all proteins in the body. It is also the precursor of several neurotransmitters, including L-dopa, dopamine, norepinephrine, and epinephrine
  • Vanadylsulfate: Vanadium is an ultra-trace mineral found in the human diet and body. It is essential for some animals, and deficiency symptoms in these animals include growth retardation, bone deformities, and infertility. However, vanadium has not yet been proven to be an essential mineral for humans. Vanadium may play a role in building bones and teeth.
  • White Kidney Beans Extract: have been used in traditional medicine systems. The only scientifically verified benefit of white kidney bean seeds is the ability of white kidney beans to act as a “starch blocker” – a blocker of the alpha-amylase enzyme. Alpha-amylase plays a key role in the digestion of foods. As a digestive enzyme, alpha-amylase is required for the metabolism of starchy carbohydrates.
  • Yerba Mate or Mate: as it is often called, is a South American herb that has won many admirers in wide-ranging parts of the world. In the search for a natural stimulant devoid of side effects and toxicity, Mate currently holds the most hope. An invigorator of the mind and body, a natural source of nutrition, and a health promoter par excellence, Mate deserves the attention of every person interested in optimum health.
  • Guarana: has been used for hundreds of years by Brazilian Indians as a general tonic for the body and as a source of energy. Guarana acts on the central nervous system to prevent fatigue and break down lactic acid from muscle stress. Guarana contains natural caffeine and other Phenolic-containing antioxidant compounds. They activate the central nervous system, which spars the body’s ability to burn calories and unwanted fat cells through the Thermogenic process. Besides caffeine, Guarana contains a host of other xanthines. Theobromine and Theophylline are the primary xanthines, acting as muscle relaxants and possessing diuretic properties.
  • Hoodia Gordoni: is an African succulent, that looks like a cactus, but isn’t technically a cactus. Some claim that Hoodia Gordonii can curb your appetite and make you more alert, without making you jittery.

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