AdipoSlim XXL 1+1 FREE
Metabolism booster with a revolutionary stomach fat-burning effect
- Melts stubborn stomach fat and boosts metabolism
- Stimulates the fat-burning hormone
- Reprogrammes cells to avoid storing fat
- Naturally keeps cravings under control
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Contents: 2x 30 capsules for 60 days
Scientists have found a revolutionary approach to weight loss that you can take advantage of! Now you too can safely and naturally optimise your levels of adiponectin – the hormone of naturally skinny people – and have less food cravings, lose fat faster, and turn your body into a fat-burning machine.
Shocked! Masters of Pharmacy explain how this is possible
- Our test group lost up to 7.5 cm of their waist and 6 cm of circumference from their thighs
- men lost 50% of their belly fat
- using the synergistic effect of capsaicin, blood orange skin, green tea, and B6, AdipoSlim is 10 times stronger and works faster than similar products
Short explanation by Masters of Pharmacy: This incredible slimming effect is connected to the stimulation of brown fat and the activation of adiponectin, the hormone that regulates glucose levels and fatty acid breakdown. *
*[based on studies, listed below]
I got my life back!
“I've had amazing success with these. I’ve run out of belt holes! That’s Success with a capital S!”
Was losing 1.5 kg/week. Lost 50% of his belly fat
I can wear my favourite skirt again!
“I can finally wear the skirt I thought I’d never wear again!”
“Rings started falling off my fingers.”
SCIENCE BEHIND THEIR SUCCESS – NOW AT YOUR DISPOSAL
The secret to a slender body lies in brown (fat) adipose tissue. Its recently discovered powers are inspiring scientists in their fight against obesity all around the world. Brown adipose tissue works as a natural thermo-burner.
Luckily, everybody has it. But as we age, we lose up to 70% of it! No wonder we start having weight issues as we get older.
Scientists discovered a solution only a few years ago. Brown fat can be stimulated. By doing that, we can turn our body back into the fat-burning machine it was when we were younger.
Endocrinologist Dr. Med. Aaron Cypess has proven that by activating brown fat tissue, we can expend more calories than we normally would:
Dr. Cypess says that if we maximise brown adipose tissue stimulation, we can burn many, many more calories every day.
*[summarised by sources, listed below]
ULTIMATE WEIGHT LOSS
Clinical studies have shown that people who used SlimJOY AdipoSlim have:
LOST BELLY FAT
REDUCED WAIST CIRCUMFERENCE
ELIMINATED THE YO-YO EFFECT
ACCELERATED FAT BURNING
AdipoSlim with XXL effect – designed to turn your body into a fat-burning machine
AdipoSlim contains 3 active ingredients that activate brown fat and raise the levels of fat-burning hormone adiponectin:
- Anthocyanins from the patented extract of red orange juice, Morosil®,
- Catechins (especially epigallocatechin gallate – EGCG) from patented green tea extract Phytofare® and
- Capsaicin from cayenne pepper.
The ingredients stimulate the formation of brown adipose tissue that burns calories without exercise.
Added vitamin B6 provides your body with energy, so that you don’t feel tired whilst losing weight.
Contents: 2x 30 capsules for 60 days
Clinically-proven effect of reducing stomach fat.
Rich in phytonutrient anthocyanins, it prevents fat accumulation and fat cell growth.
Prevents stomach fat from accumulating even when you're indulging in fatty foods.
The ingredient capsaicin stimulates circulation, improves lymphatic system action, helps you to detox and reduces cellulite.
At the same time, it stimulates fat burning, both for energy (increased metabolism) and for body heat (activates brown fat tissue).
Clinically-proven: increases fat expenditure by 33%!
The best green tea extract on the market: it contains all 8 catechins, flavonoid compounds naturally present in green tea that have a proven effect on our health (the usual extracts only have two forms of catechins).
Since the green tea is processed within hours and preserves most of its nutrients, our body is able to use the catechins from Phytofare® 10 times better than from other green tea extracts.
Catechins reduce fat absorption from food, prevent fat accumulation (formation of new fat cells) and increase fat expenditure for body heat (activate brown fat tissue, thermogenesis).
24-hour effect on increasing fat expenditure (it stays in the blood 6 times longer than other green tea extracts).
Helps burn more fat for energy – it’s a crucial element of fat metabolism.
Sicilian red orange fruit var. Moro extract – 400 mg (with 4.3-4.5% of Vitamin C – 17.5 mg (22% NRV*)), cayenne hot pepper fruit extract – 50 mg, green tea leaf and bud extract with 95% total polyphenols, 42% EGCG and 6% caffeine – 50 mg, anti-caking agent: rice concentrate, vitamin B6 – 2.8 mg (200% NRV*), capsules: hydroxypropyl methylcellulose.
The recommended daily intake is 1 capsule, once a day with a glass of water after a meal of your choice.
If you are hypersensitive or allergic to any of the product ingredients or use medication, consult your doctor before use. This product is not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women.
The recommended daily intake should not be exceeded. Dietary supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle, which are important.
Keep out of the reach of children! Store in a dark, dry place at temperatures below 25°C.
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