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New Nordic Zuccarin Diet. 60 Tabs

New Nordic Zuccarin Diet. 60 Tabs


Zuccarin Diet is a natural health product that helps support a healthy glucose metabolism and helps promote healthy blood glucose levels.

An Italian study of Zuccarin showed that subjects on a low calorie diet lost significantly more weight (average 20 pounds) and had healthier blood glucose levels within 90 days when they took the Zuccarin supplement, compared to subjects that took a placebo. **


Most people today struggle with their weight. Body fat increases over the years and seems increasingly harder to lose.

The way we gain fat is by consuming more calories than our body needs. By reducing the amount of calories and regularly exercising, the body can store away less calories as fat. If we provide the body with less calories than it needs, it starts mobilizing its stored away energy reserves and uses fat as fuel.

The type of calories also affects our body metabolism. When we over-eat sugars, then production of hormone, which regulates the amount of glucose in the blood, is stimulated. It functions as a glycogen and fat storing hormone – it not only converts excessive blood glucose, and stores it away as fat, it also tells fat cells not to release fat as fuel. With less sugar in the diet, your blood sugar levels will spike less. Therefore, healthy blood glucose levels can help make a difference in your weight management program.

A new generation of dietary supplements are becoming popular, and among these is Zuccarin Diet - a Swedish best-selling natural health product which uses extracts from mulberry leaves and green coffee beans. The Zuccarin mulberry supplement has been tested and found more effective than placebo in reducing weight when incorporated in a low calorie diet weight management program*.

* Could be a complement to a healthy lifestyle that incorporates a calorie-reduced diet and regular physical activity for individuals involved in a weight management program.

** 'White Mulberry Supplement as Adjuvant Treatment of Obesity', Journal of Biological Regulators and Homeostatics Agents., Vol 28, no.1, 2014.


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