The Easy Way to Turn Every Meal into a Low-Carb Guilt-Free Meal

Trying to lose weight & drop fat, but love carbs?…  White Kidney Bean Extract is the answer to your prayers! If you can take 2 small capsules before a meal, you can turn any meal into a low-carb, guilt-free meal!! HOW GOOD DOES THAT SOUND??? 

WHAT IS WHITE KIDNEY BEAN EXTRACT

White kidney bean is a variety of the common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris), which contain sphaseolamin, a protein (α-amylase blocker) that blocks the breakdown and digestion of starchy carbs into sugars, which in turn reduces the amount of unused carbs that are destined to be stored as fat in your body.  

Additionally, white kidney beans contain the lectin phytohemagglutinin, which binds to the inner surface of the small intestine, triggering the release of the hormones that promote satiety and preventing the production of the hormone causing hunger and thus, suppressing appetite.

It has been shown in studies to reduce body weight, body mass index, fat mass, fatty tissue thickness, and waist, hip, and thigh sizes while maintaining lean body mass for people who have high carb diets.

BENEFITS OF WHITE KIDNEY BEAN EXTRACT

  • Aids in Weight Loss
  • Curbs Appetite
  • Reduces Blood Sugar and Insulin
  • Reduces Fatty Molecule Levels in the Blood

IN SUMMARY

If you just love carbs, White Kidney Bean Extract can be a powerful weapon in your battle against fat. Remember… if you burn all the carbs you eat, then you’re fine, because your body has no excess sugars to store as fat. That’s why endurance athletes can eat all the carbs they want but never seem to get fat. BUT…. if you have a large surplus of carbs, then science tells us that your body will store those excess carbs as fat. Ugh… who wants that???? 

By taking White Kidney Bean Extract before your carb heavy meals, many of those carbs will be flushed through your system without getting absorbed and you will have less excess carbs to be converted to fat. It’s a simple solution to one of life’s most challenging issues. Clearly, the better option is to do a lot more cardio training, but if you don’t have the time or the discipline to get that done, then White Kidney Bean Extract is probably your best option.

 

Important note of caution: White kidney bean extract may cause intestinal side effects or worsening allergies in people with lectin sensitivity. If any side effects occur when taking White Kidney Bean Extract, stop use immediately. 

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