- Contains polyphenols, minerals and trace elements, as well as iodine.
- Designed to reduce energy (or calorie) intake in overweight people .
- May limit the amount of fats and carbohydrates absorbed and stored by the body.
|Main products||17.55 €|
|2 Additional products selected||46.00 €|
Fat & Carb Blocker is supplement formulated to provide slimming benefits by reducing energy, or calorie intake, in overweight individuals.
This supplement active substance is ID-alG, an extract of Ascophyllum nodosum or Knotted Wrack, a common brown seaweed native to North Atlantic coasts.
Ascophyllum nodosum is rich in polyphenols, minerals and trace elements, giving it particular slimming properties. This algae extract also contains iodine, a trace element known for its essential role in energy metabolism, thermogenesis and reducing fat mass.
Although the extract's mechanism of action is not yet completely understood, one explanation suggests it modulates glycaemic and lipid responses. Its marine polyphenols are believed to inhibit two of the body's principal digestive enzymes: alpha amylase and lipase. By inhibiting these enzymes, Ascophyllum nodosum extract may limit the amount of fats and carbohydrates absorbed and stored by the body. In overweight individuals eating a high-calorie diet, Fat & Carb Blocker may, therefore, promote weight loss.
The daily dose recommended for effective slimming is one capsule of Fat & Carb Blocker with each of your two main meals. Fat & Carb Blocker can be combined with other supplements available to buy at Supersmart such as Metadrine and Appetite Control Formula, in order to capitalise on several complementary metabolic pathways.
Buy Fat&Carb Blocker capsules to help with weight control.
|Daily dose : 2 capsules
Number of doses per pack : 30
|Amount per dose|
|ID-alG™ (Extract of Ascophyllum nodosum on a grapeseed extract base)||400 mg|
|Other ingredients: Acacia gum, rice bran.|
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