Would You Like To Lose Weight Without Much Effort?

Me too!  Did you see the Dr. OZ show where he talked about a certain fiber that he and his wife both use and have easily lost weight?  That fiber is called Konjac Root (aka. Glucomannan) and is just one of the great fiber sources in PGX from Natural Factors.

PGX is a complex of water-soluble plant fibers, developed after many years of research on the link between blood sugar imbalance, appetite, and weight gain. PGX safely and effectively restores proper blood sugar levels, reduces appetite, and inhibits weight gain.

To understand how one product can do so much, you need to understand the link between blood sugar, appetite and weight gain. Many overweight people do not realize that they are on a blood sugar roller coaster.  Blood sugar levels rapidly rise and fall throughout the day. The brain pays close attention to this cycle. Minute by minute it monitors blood sugar levels, because a rapid drop is as threatening to the body as a loss of oxygen. When blood sugar falls, the brain sends out powerful messages designed to bring blood sugar back to appropriate levels. “Eat!” the brain demands. These messages that we recognize as food cravings are almost impossible to ignore.

To lose weight effectively, appetite needs to be corrected. To many this involves trying to suppress appetite, but this is a short-term, ineffective solution. For long term success, appetite needs to be corrected through blood sugar balance. PGX has been clinically proven to correct appetite, helping you lose weight, control and balance blood sugar levels, and even lower cholesterol.

PGX is taken with meals and is available at Baum’s in a softgel capsule or in granular form that you mix with water or food.  Let’s all LOSE weight this winter with PGX!

*These statements have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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