Each tablet contains Caralluma adscendens var. fimbriata herb ext. dry conc. equiv. to dry herb 6g.
Dieting can be hard! Trying to eat less can be difficult. Everyone has a favourite food or snack, so staying disciplined and achieving your diet can be really hard. Suppressing your appetite and reducing your hunger can make dieting easier!
Reducta is a new natural appetite suppressant that contains Caralluma fimbriata – used traditionally and now scientifically researched for its appetite reducing properties.
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Reducta contains Caralluma fimbriata which has been used in Western India for centuries as a famine food, appetite suppressant and thirst quencher among the tribal population there. The people within the tribe would chew chunks of the plant to suppress hunger and thirst during hunting expeditions. In parts of semi rural and urban South India, laborers chew its stalks before undertaking the day’s labors to enhance endurance.In drought prone parts of India it is well known as a famine food where the plant is commonly used as a vegetable. It is also eaten raw for its tonic properties.
Caralluma fimbriata has been scientifically researched for its appetite suppressing properties. To date, there have already been 2 clinical studies completed and an Australian clinical study at Victoria University that was scheduled to be completed by the end of November 2010. Preliminary scientific studies have found that Caralluma may exert appetite suppressing effects by enhancing satiety communication from the gut to the brain (through the hormone Leptin). It has been proposed that Leptin is involved in regulating perception of satiety and it is through this mechanism that Caralluma is thought to assert its appetite suppressing effects.
Adults: For appetite suppression, take 1 tablet morning and evening 30 minutes before meals.
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