INGREDIENTS:50mg Vitamin C, 5mg Zinc as Oxide, 100mcg Chromium as Picolinate, 300mg Chitosan, 150mg Citrimax® (Garcinia Cambogia Fruit Rind Extrat), 25mg L-Carnitine.
Gelatin (from the capsule), magnesium stearate, silica.
No corn, yeast, wheat, egg, milk, sugar, starch, salt, colors or preservatives in Chitosan Fat Blocker.
| ||% Daily Value|
|Citrimax® (Garcinia Cambogia Fruit Rind Extract)||150mg|
How We Make It ?
Chitosan is derived from chitin, a substance found in shellfish. Do not take this product is you are allergic to shellfish.
How It Works?
This proprietary Chitosan Formula includes many of the leading natural weight loss aids in one convenient capsule including CitriMax (garcinia cambogia), Chromium Picolinate and L-Carnitine. If you were to take these supplements seperatley to promote your weight loss you would spend close to $100 a month. In addition, you get the added health benefits of Vitamin C and Zinc.
1-3 capsules per day with meals of Chitosan Fat Blocker.
COMPANY INFORMATION:Vitamin Lab
SOURCE: Company Web Site
UPDATED ON: 9/16/2005
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