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CLEANSE FORMULA (CLEANSE DIET 1234)
Dynamic Dieting: Fighting Fat While You Cleanse. In with the good and out with the bad. Sometimes, it helps to get things moving and start fresh, so why not do it while you are dieting? The Cleanse Formula is designed to help you slim down and cleanse your system from impurities. Follow the clean eating diet plan to enhance results.
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Cleanse Formula is a dynamic blend of ingredients designed to help rid your body from toxins, keep you feeling full longer after meals, and to suppress your appetite. Glucomannan, also known as Konjac Root, is a soluble and highly viscous fiber. When consumed, it is believed to absorb water in the digestive tract, reducing absorption of carbohydrates. Saffron, a commonly used spice in Middle Eastern and European cuisine, has been shown to elevate the “feel-good” hormone, serotonin, in the brain thus decreasing appetite and the urge to snack. Purifying herbs like Dandelion and Burdock have been shown to gently cleanse the liver and promote fat metabolism. Turmeric, the most widely used spice in India, is believed to have great antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. To help enhance the absorption, we have combined it with an enzyme from pineapple fruit, called Bromelain. All ingredients are said to work together synergistically to shrink your waistline, enhance energy, and help you feel great.
Glucomannan (Amorphophallus konjac) — absorbs water in the digestive tract and is believed to reduce absorption of carbohydrates. Considered a dietary fiber, glucomannan has been known to bulk in the digestive tract to help remove toxins.
Saffron (Crocus savant) — a Middle Eastern spice shown to elevate the “feel-good” hormone, serotonin. May have anticancer, antidepressant, nerve protective and antioxidant properties, and may have effects on the immune system. Recently studied for its apparent ability to decrease compulsive snacking.
Dandelion — used to treat an upset stomach, to treat urinary tract infections, and to alleviate liver and gallbladder complaints. It is said to help regulate digestive health, may be a natural diuretic and the leaves are known as a rich source of potassium.
Burdock (Arctium lappa) — has been used for many conditions, including arthritis, hair loss and wrinkles.
Turmeric (Curcuma longa) — used in traditional Asian & Ayurvedic medicine to treat gastrointestinal upset and general pain. Has also demonstrated anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, nerve-protective, insecticidal, and anti-cancer properties. Believed to help the immune system and liver functions and support the absorption of vitamins and minerals.
Bromelain — a digestive enzyme from pineapple that has been shown to assist in the breakdown of proteins. May have anti-inflammatory properties.
Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) — has health-promoting flavonoids. Believed to promote fat loss and is said to be high in antioxidants. Contains catechins that are clinically supported to decrease body weight, body mass index, body fat ratio, body fat mass, waist circumferences, visceral fat area, and subcutaneous fat area.
DOES NOT CONTAIN: Soy, wheat, yeast, lactose, milk, egg or fish products, sugar, salt, starch, artificial coloring, flavoring or preservatives. Gluten Free.
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As a dietary supplement, take two (2) capsules 30 minutes before a meal one to two times daily with a full glass of water. For best results, drink plenty of water throughout the day. Do not exceed the maximum recommended dose of 4 capsules per day.
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