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Melt Weight Loss by Blooms

Many people trying to lose weight are plagued with sugar cravings and battling their appetite. Blooms Melt can help reduce cravings including sugar cravings, as well as helping to reduce appetite.

Blooms Melt contains ingredients that work together to address the different aspects needed for weight loss support.

Green Coffee Bean reduces glucose absorption, helping regulate sugar metabolism which in turn encourages the body to breakdown fatty tissue for energy. Green coffee bean helps reduce sugar cravings, a welcome relief when trying to lose weight.

Capsicum has thermogenic actions, helps increase energy expenditure, can increase fat oxidation and may enhance the feeling of satiety (fullness).

Brindleberry may increase fat metabolism, helps inhibit fat production and reduce appetite. Hydroxycitric acid in Brindleberry helps promote utilisation of fatty acid as an energy source.

Iodine (from Kelp) is a precursor to thyroid hormones which are important for energy production and maintaining the body's metabolic rate. Iodine helps maintain energy, mental alertness, mood and weight.

Ingredients each vege capsule contains:

Coffea canephora (Green Coffee Bean) extract (equiv. dry fruit 3.5g) standardised to chlorogenic acids 90mg (equiv caffeine 4mg)
Capsicum annum (Capsicum) extract (equiv to dry fruit 200mg)
Garcinia quaesita (Brindleberry) extract (equiv to dry fruit 2.5g) standardised to hydroxycitric acid 125mg
Fucus vesiculosus (Kelp) extract (equiv dry whole plant 200mg) (equiv iodine 49mcg)

Directions for use:

Adults: Take 1 capsule twice daily, always with a meal and a glass of water. 

Note: Consult with a healthcare practitioner if there is an existing gastrointestinal condition as Capsicum (Chilli) may aggravate sensitive individuals.

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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 11 May, 2013.