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A blend of powerful weight loss nutrients with a demonstrated ability to increase metabolism, burn calories, reduce body weight, and accelerate fat loss in just 90 days.
Boost : (60 capsules)
Item# : 260020
Retail price : $60.00
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Jump-start your weight loss and fat-burning with this stimulant-free thermogenic. METABOLIQ Boost combines two powerful and clinically validated ingredients;a phosopholipid wrapped green tea catechin extract, and a mega-concentrated extract of capsaicinoids from cayenne peppers. These ingredients have powerful thermogenic effects in humans and have shown to increase basal metabolic rate.Thermogenesis in the body is the process of fat being released into the blood stream for the body to use as fuel. This process of fat being used for energy provides extra energy, sheds excess water, and also helps to burn body fat. In addition to these two powerful thermogenic ingredients, METABOLIQ Boost contains several nutrients known for their role in increasing metabolism and reducing body weight.
- Clinical studies have demonstrated that catechin derivatives,can increase basal energy expenditure by as much as four percent after oral administration. This thermogenic action has been investigated in several studies and hasdemonstrated a weight loss effect.
- Research at the Daegu University in South Korea,suggests that capsaicin may cause weight loss and stop fat build up by stimulatingthe expression of certain fat degrading proteins, and down-regulating otherproteins that work to synthesize fat.
- Some studies show that oral carnitinereduces fat mass and fatigue, and increases muscle mass. All of these effects maycontribute to weight loss.
- B-vitamins found in METABOLIQ Boost are required by the body for themetabolism of protein, carbohydrates, and fat.
Take 2 capsules daily, 30 minutes prior to a meal. For best results take on an empty stomach.
Ingredients: microcrystalline cellulose, phospholipids, sucrose, natural glaze, magnesium stearate (vegetable source), hypromellose, silicon dioxide, dicalcium phosphate.
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