Are you trying to lose weight, but instead find yourself losing the battle against carbohydrates?Â Carbohydrates are loved by many of us especially in North America!Â We love pizzaâ€™s, breads, pastaâ€™s, potatoes and pretty much anything starchy!Â It is almost impossible for someone to cut them out completely because life has to be somewhat enjoyable and letâ€™s face it, a freshly baked Italian loaf of bread with some butter on it is to die for.Â White Kidney Bean is a starch neutralizer and is a healthy way to sneak some of your favourite meals in, such as a beautiful pasta dinner without feeling guilty.
What is White Kidney Bean? And HOW does it Work?
Through numerous studies,Â White Kidney BeanÂ has been found effective in neutralizing carbohydrates safely!Â White Kidney BeanÂ prevents starch from being converted into sugar and eventually into fat! WhenÂ White Kidney BeanÂ is consumed before a starchy meal, it later excretes a solid waste of starch (carbohydrates)!Â White KidneyÂ BeanÂ works by binding itself to the enzyme Amylase which is produced by the pancreas and thus does not convert starch into sugar. Diabetics may also benefit from White Kidney Bean. This makes sense because diabetics have trouble controlling their sugar and insulin. When takingÂ White Kidney BeanÂ starch will not convert into sugar and then a diabetic doesnâ€™t need extra insulin to deal with the starch.
Why Does Eating STARCH (Carbohydrates) make us gain weight?
After we eat starch an enzyme called Amylase converts starch into simple sugar. If we have a fast metabolism or we are engaged in enough physical activity/exercise some of these sugars will burn, otherwise it is stored as fat in your body. Everyone is always worried about consuming too much fat, but many people still are not aware that you must watch your starch intake! They sneak up on you. Just remember, if you are sitting all day at work and you consume 2500 hundred calories throughout the day with most of it being carbs, you will be gaining weight if there is no exercise to burn off those calories you are not using.Â White Kidney BeanÂ will neutralize 75% of those, then you need some to give you energy and lastly with a little bit of exercise you will take care of the rest!
Main Benefits of White Kidney Bean:
- Starch makes up most of the diet 25-33% in most cases and takingÂ White Kidney BeanÂ will neutralize 375-495 calories a day even if you do not make any other changes to your diet or physical activity (however, we always recommend a balance in life, always find something active to do that you will enjoy)
- When you neutralize 375-495 calories a day that is enough to lose a pound every 7 to 9 days!Â That is without changing anything!Â Imagine if you through in some exercise!
- White Kidney BeanÂ will not help you against sugars in cakes or cookies (basically sweets).Â Â White KidneyÂ BeanÂ will only neutralize the starches.
- White Kidney BeanÂ contains NO stimulants, it is safe, effective and INSTANT!
- Many Asians findÂ White Kidney BeanÂ helpful!Â If you love noodles, dumplings and other starchy Dim Sum foods this is a must for you!
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Adult Dosage:Â Take 2 capsules before a starchy meal.
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