Irvingia Gabonensis is the molecule which is known to improve the sensitivity of leptin, which is the main cause of obesity. Leptin resistance plays a major role in the development of abdominal obesity. Fortunately, it not only reverses leptin resistance, but also facilitates the breakdown of body fat by reducing an enzyme (glycerol-3-phosphate dehydrogenase) that enables glucose to be stored as triglyceride in adipocytes. Irvingia Gabonensis also increases the insulin-sensitizing hormone adiponectin and inhibits the digestive enzyme amylase that allows ingested carbohydrates to be broken down and absorbed into bloodstream.
Revolution started in 1994 at New York’s Rockefeller University, when Dr. Jeffrey Friedman and his research team discovered that the fat cells failed to produce a chemical called LEPTIN that plays a major role in the development of abdominal obesity.
Leptin is a protein hormone that regulates our feeding behavior and hunger. It governs our daily calorie intake and energy expenditure. Its role is important in the signaling of appetite and metabolism. Obesity is associated with an increase in leptin levels, which is unusual for the standard mechanism of action in leptin. It is correctly termed as ‘master hormone’. The reason associated to this is that obese individuals are believed to be resistant to the effects of leptin. Leptin resistance stimulates obesity. Therefore Leptin resistant people find it difficult to lose weight.
- Each Capsule contains 150mg of IRVINGIA GABONENSIS Extract.
- Serving per pack : 140 capsules.
- Serving Size : 1-2 capsules.
- It takes 8-12 weeks to develop sensitivity of leptin, thus it is advised to continue atleast for 10 weeks.
1-2 capsules, twice a day, half an hour before meals.
EFFICACY & SAFETY:
It is safe and effective and it brings weight loss with cardio protection.
Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Not enough is known about the use of Irvingia gabonensis during pregnancy and breast-feeding. Stay on the safe side and avoid use.
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