Viscerox™ 100 mg
Subcutaneous fat which accumulates under the skin may be unsightly but it is not dangerous. Visceral fat, however, is found under the abdominal muscles and surrounds vital organs; its progressive accumulation is one of the primary factors associated with metabolic syndrome.
Viscerox™ is the first nutritional supplement to attack visceral fat.
Viscerox™ contains a patented, concentrated extract of liquorice root (Glycyrriza glabra L.), standardised in bioactive flavonoids, and in glabridin, a specific flavonoid.
¤ Animal and human studies suggest that Viscerox™ supplementation helps to reduce visceral abdominal fat. It has been shown to promote reductions in:
- body and abdominal fat in humans.
- weight gain in humans
- accumulation of abdominal fat and rise in blood sugar in obese diabetic mice,
- accumulation of abdominal fat and weight gain in mice fed an obesity-inducing fatty diet.
¤ Scientific research suggests that VIscerox™ works by regulating enzyme pathways in the liver, thus reducing the laying down of fat stores. Viscerox™ also has antioxidant properties; it reduces oxidation of LDL-cholesterol.
¤ Clinical and non-clinical studies have established that Viscerox™ is extremely safe. This patented liquorice root extract has been approved by the US FDA as a novel food ingredient.
Six to eight weeks' regular supplementation with Viscerox™ will produce visible results. It can help maintain optimal body weight, and promote healthy fat metabolism, thus offering significant health benefits.
Daily dose : 3 softgels - Number of doses per box : 20
Amount per dose
Oil extract of Glycyrrhiza glabra standardised to 30 % de polyphenols
and 3 % glabridin
Other ingredients : medium-chain triglycerides, beeswax. Glavonoid™ Kaneka Corporation
Directions for use
Adults. Take three softgels a day with dinner in the evening, or as advised by your therapist.
Each softgel contains 100 mg of Glavonoid™, an oil extract of Glycyrrhiza glabra standardised to provide 30% polyphenols and 3% glabridin.
Warning : as certain polyphenols such as glabridin mimic phytooestrogens, consult your therapist before using if you take aromatase inhibitors.