Native to southwest India, Myanmar and Indonesia, Garcinia Cambogia is rich in HCA (hydroxycitric acid), associated with increasing serotonin levels, thus suppressing appetite, and inhibiting citrate lyase, an enzyme the body needs to convert carbohydrates into fat.
Glucomannan (Amorphophallus konjac)
Extracted from konjac root, glucomannan is a soluble fibre prebiotic, great food for the bacteria of the microbiome, thus essential for a healthy gut. Its water absorption properties create an effect of fullness and satiety, thus helping with appetite and weight management.
Fucus (Fucus vesiculosus)
Fucus is a type of marine algae found in rocky seashores. It is known to help manage weight due to its high mineral content working to decrease food cravings. Fucus´ water-absorption properties create a feeling of satiety and decrease appetite, and it has an overall beneficial effect on the metabolism of fats.
Apple fibre is an insoluble fibre, great food for the bacteria of the microbiome, thus essential for a healthy gut. It enhances digestion mechanisms, nutrient absorption and toxin elimination.
Bromelain (Ananas comosus)
Bromelain is an enzyme found in pineapples known to help nutrient absorption, especially to digest proteins. Its anti-inflammatory properties improve gut health and research has shown its benefits on the metabolism of fats.
Chicory (Cichorium intybus)
Chicory root extract is rich in inulin, a soluble fibre with prebiotic effects, great food for the bacteria of the microbiome. It enhances digestion and improves bowel movement.
Green Tea (Camellia sinensis)
Apart from being a powerful antioxidant, studies have observed the positive effect of green tea extract on weight loss and exercise performance due to its beneficial role in the metabolism of fats.
Chromium (Chromium picolinate)
Chromium is a trace mineral needed for a healthy metabolism. It helps regulate blood sugar levels and takes an important part in the break-down of proteins, fats, and carbohydrates. It may also have a positive effect on reducing food cravings.