A potent herbal concentrate formula for supporting healthy weight and for supporting metabolism. High potency, but clinically-proven, safe ingredients. ‡
- Supports weight loss.
- Supports thermogenesis.
- Supports lipid oxidation while sparing carbohydrate breakdown.
- Supports sympathetic nervous system and metabolism.
Garcinia Cambogia: Has anti-obesity and anti-fat depository properties. Contains hydroxycitric acid (HCA) which has been shown to benefit weight loss efforts. HCA also promotes lipid oxidation while sparing breakdown of carbohydrates for energy.
Green Coffee Extract: has shown promising weight loss effects. Contains chlorogenic acid that has been found to support weight loss by being mediated via alteration of plasma adipokine level and body fat distribution and down regulating fatty acid and cholesterol biosynthesis, whereas up regulating fatty acid oxidation and peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor alpha (PPARα) expression in the liver.
African Mango: has shown weight loss benefits compared to placebo group including noticeable reduction in hip and waist size. In addition to weight loss, is may also support regulation of blood lipids.
Green tea: contains catechins which may support weight loss. It is thought to be through influencing the symphathetic nervous system and metabolism. Such a synergistic interaction between catechin-polyphenols and caffeine to augment and prolong sympathetic stimulation of thermogenesis could be of value in assisting the management of obesity.’ Green Tea may also support healthy liver function.
‡ These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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Clean Sculpt Dosage: Take 1-4 capsules 1-2 times a day optimally with meals.
The green tea is decaffeinated.
The green coffee bean extract is standardized for chlorogenic acid, not for caffeine.
However, there is about 1% or so caffeine in this ingredient. So about 1.75mg of caffeine per capsule or about 7 mg per 4 capsules. This amount may vary batch to batch as it is not what we are standardizing for. The max that we have seen would be around 3% Which would then translate to about 21 mg per 4 capsules.
120 Vegetarian Capsules
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