Wouldn’t you want to control your weight? Weight Balance helps to reduce your sense of hunger and appetite for goodies. It helps you to regain the control of your weight. For best results, it is advisable to combine Weight Balance with more exercise as well as a healthy diet with a little less calories.
Caralluma fimbriata is an edible, cactus-like plant that grows mainly in India.
Traditionally the plant was used as food by Indian people to suppress the feeling of hunger during hunting and in times of famine.
Caralluma fimbriata is also known as Indian Hoodia, and even though they both belong to the Apocynaceae family,
Caralluma should not be confused with the African Hoodia.
Garcinia cambogia contributes to the management of weight. It helps you to control your body weight. One of the mechanisms is to reduce the sense of appetite.
This means that it helps to reduce the sense of hunger and the appetite for goodies.
An other mechanism is that Garcinia contributes to reduce fat storage; it helps to keep your sugar and fat level normal in blood.
The main important bio-active substance in Garcinia cambogia is hydroxy citric acid (HCA). This suppresses the lipogenesis and induces weight loss.*
Gymnema sylvestre contributes to decrease the taste of sweetness; it helps to remove the sweet taste of sugar and is a powerful suppressor of it.
Gymnema sylvestre is a sugar blocker that decrease the craving for sweet and curbs the appetite.*
Trigonella foenum graceum helps the physiological sugars balance. It also helps support and balance the metabolism of fats and the maintenance of normal
glucose in blood. Trigonella foenum graceum helps to maintain a normal blood glucose level as part of your healthy lifestyle
and contributes to normal glucose and insulin metabolism.
Through balanced diets it helps the control of your lipid metabolism (cholesterol and triglycerides).*
*Health claims pending approval by the European Commission
Chromium is an essential mineral. Chromium helps maintain normal blood sugar levels,
contributes to normal macronutrient metabolism (metabolism of carbohydrates, fat and proteins)
and energy metabolism.
Age 20 to 60
Weight Balance is free of animal substances and fits into a plant-based lifestyle (suitable for vegans).
Guaranteed free of yeast, lactose, corn, preservatives, gelatin, other animal substances, synthetic colourants,
odourants and flavourings.
Contains 23 high-quality vitamins and minerals in optimal dosages.
Multi strain formula. Contains 8 scientifically researched, registered and safe probiotic strains.
DNA support, cell protection. Contributes to normal DNA synthesis, cell protection and the process of cell renewal.
The consumption of alcohol is deeply woven in our culture. Even though we know it’s doing us more harm than good. While consuming alcohol, the chances of malnutrition increase. In this article, we'll discuss the effects of alcohol and the vitamins that are particularly important when drinking alcohol. However, the best course of action remains to reduce alcohol consumption or abstain from drinking alcohol altogether.
When it comes to living a more elevated life, we often overlook the importance of sleep. Sleep forms the foundation of our physical and mental well-being. If you have experienced restless nights, you know firsthand how they can impact your overall well-being. The quality of sleep influences the way our bodies recharge during the night. So what can we do to improve the quality of sleep?
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In the eternal quest for youthful beauty and a healthy body, there is one essential protein that is receiving increasing attention: collagen. It is the most abundant protein in our body. However, there is much speculation and discussion surrounding collagen. So let's dive into the truth about collagen. Is it the fountain of youth or just a passing trend?