Energybolizer Contains many Potent ingredients for supporting a health weight and many bodily functions.
Don’t Be a Part of the Obesity Epidemic
In America today, 32 million women and 26 million men are obese. That’s 33% of our adult population. Yet just last decade only 25% of us were obese - the same number since 1960. Based on this alarming jump in such a short period of time, one eating-behavior expert believes that if we do not make some changes in our present time, the entire U.S. population will be obese by the year 2230 - maybe even earlier.
Why Diets Don’t Work:
Most dieters who achieve significant weight loss, lose far too much (approximately 30%) lean body mass (muscle and organ tissue). This not only diminishes strength and ability, but affects appearance as well. With less muscle, pleasing curves flatten, chests sink, arms and legs look spindly. Making things worse, this lessened lean body mass lowers metabolic rate making it harder to keep the fat off permanently. This is known as the “yo-yo” syndrome.
Energybolizer Original Formula ingredients:
White Willow Bark: Natural Source of Salicin that supports healthy blood circulation.
Green Tea Extract : Green tea extract is made from the dried leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant by steaming and cooking the leaves then drying them. Other teas typically involve fermentation of the leaves before drying. Because Green Tea is not fermented, it has a high polyphenol content. It also contains EGCG (epigallocatechin) which is a compound that can be found in green teas, bananas, and pomegranates.
Siberian Root : Adaptogenic Herb that supports vitality. Adaptogens are believed to work/help by supporting antioxidant and immune health benefits
Trace Mineral Complex : Acts as buffering agents to make ingredients in Herbal Energy more readily available to the body.
Garcinia Cambogia : native to India and Southeast Asia. The fruit pulp and rind have long been used in Asian countries as a condiment and food preservative. The rind contains a chemical called hydroxycitric acid (HCA), which has been studied for its effect on appetite and potential support of joints.
Royal Jelly : Rich in vitamin B, essential amino acids and minerals. Royal jelly powder is taken from a milky substance (royal jelly) made by worker bees that is used to feed drones and larvae to stimulate growth within the first 72 hours of their lives. Royal jelly powder is loaded with vitamins and minerals and is rich in antioxidants. It supports cardiovascular and heart function and helps fortify immune function. Royal jelly powder supports brain function, promotes healthy skin, and fortifies the bones. It also promotes sexual health and aids in maintaining healthy metabolic function.
Ginger Root : loaded with antioxidants and acts as a natural anti-inflammatory. Ginger root extract may help contribute to healthier, younger-looking skin and help support the heart and cardiovascular system. It may aid the body in maintaining healthy cholesterol levels when taken in conjunction with a healthy diet and exercise. Ginger root extract also helps promote healthy metabolism and may assist in healthy weight management. Ginger root extract also supports the digestive system.
Chromium as Picolinate and Amino Acid Chelate Blend: Supports glucose utilization, protein syntesis and many other insulin-dependent bodily functions.
Chromium Picolinate is a bioactive Chromium with clinically proven benefits. It is vital to good health and essential for the efficient functioning of insulin. Poor responsiveness to insulin is common and is linked with increased risk of being overweight, heart disease, elevated blood fat, high blood pressure and diabetes. 90% of American diets provide much less than the minimal amount of Chromium recommended by the National Academy of Science.
Most forms of Chromium are not easily absorbed by the body, but Chromium Picolinate, being bioactive, is. Chromium Picolinate has also been recommended as the chromium supplement of choice in recent books by distinguished physicians.
Chromium is an essential mineral that appears to have a beneficial role in the regulation of insulin action and its effects on carbohydrate, protein and lipid metabolism. Chromium is an important factor for enhancing insulin activity. Studies show that people with type 2 diabetes have lower blood levels of chromium than those without the disease. Insulin resistance is the common denominator in a cluster of cardiovascular disease risk factors. One out of every five Americans has metabolic syndrome. It affects 40% of people in their 60s and 70s. Insulin resistance, with or without the presence of metabolic syndrome, significantly increases the risk of cardiovascular disease. Insulin resistance is present in two serious health problems in women; polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and gestational diabetes. Several studies have now demonstrated that chromium supplements enhance the metabolic action of insulin and lower some of the risk factors for cardiovascular disease, particularly in overweight individuals. Chromium picolinate, specifically, has been shown to reduce insulin resistance and to help reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes. Dietary chromium is poorly absorbed. Chromium levels decrease with age. Supplements containing 200-1,000 mcg chromium as chromium picolinate a day have been found to improve blood glucose control. Chromium picolinate is the most efficacious form of chromium supplementation. Numerous animal studies and human clinical trials have demonstrated that chromium picolinate supplements are safe.
More Muscle & Less Fat
A placebo-controlled study in weight-training at Louisiana State University measured increases in body measurement (sum of arms, chest and thigh circumference) with or without supplemental Chromium Picolinate. The benefit of Chromium Picolinate was significant and striking. Chromium Picolinate improves metabolism so your body relies more on stored fat, and less on stored protein, as an energy source. The results are: More Muscle and Less Fat.
Bladderwrack: A seaweed found on the coasts of the North Sea, the western Baltic Sea, and the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans known to support healthy immune system.
Foti: In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), fo-ti is used as a tonic for blood deficiencies manifesting as dizziness, blurred vision, greying hair, soreness/weakness of lower back and knees, spermatorrhea and nocturnal emissions. The type of fo-ti typically used is red fo-ti, which is the root boiled in a liquid made with black beans.
Guarana Seed Extract: Natives in Brazil have eaten the seeds for hundreds of years for their many health benefits.
Hawthorn Berries: Called the heart herb, has been used since the Middle ages, with some accounts going back as far as the first century to Greek herbalist Dioscorides. It was later used by Swiss physician Paracelsus (1493–1541 CE). Results recorded from clinical trials, experiences of professionally qualified medical herbalists, and the low/negligible incidence of side effects experienced by patients would indicate that Crataegus preparations hold significant potential as a useful remedy in the treatment of CVD. (See reference at bottom of page.)
Saw Palmetto: According to one review, saw palmetto may help block the activity of 5-alpha reductase (5α-R), an enzyme that converts testosterone into a hormone linked to hair loss called dihydrotestosterone (DHT) which may have an estrogen-like effect and balance out the effects of testosterone in women.
Kola Nut : Found in the Amazons and parts of Africa they are commonly chewed by local labourers as a stimulant to diminish sensations of hunger and fatigue. Small pieces of kola nut chewed before meals act as an aid to digestion. In Brazil and the West Indies, the astringent-tasting nuts are used as a botanical drug to combat intoxication, hangover, and diarrhea.
Beet Root Powder : Contain nitrates which can support a healthy cardio vascular system.
Yerba Mate : Used in South America for centuries, before the Spanish colonization. It was originally consumed by the Guaraní people, who lived in what today is Paraguay, north of Argentina, South of Brazil and parts of Uruguay and Bolivia. May Enhance Physical Performance, May Protect Against Infections, May Help You Lose Weight and Belly Fat. May Boost Your Immune System and support healthy Blood Sugar Levels.
B-12 : One of eight B vitamins. It is a cofactor in DNA synthesis, in both fatty acid and amino acid metabolism. Defeciency in this vitamin can cause weakness, tiredness, or lightheadedness
Gingko Biloba : May support mental alertness.
Energybolizer weight loss supplements help the body build muscles by increasing the amino acid uptake and preventing the breakdown of protein.
This is to help increase your body’s metabolism and use up stored fat instead of protein, allowing lean muscle to stay intact during weight loss. The idea behind Energybolizer is to keep your energy and strength up so you can continue your diet.
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