What’s inside every dose of LypoBalance?
Each dose of LypoBalance delivers a gut-boosting array of beneficial ingredients, including:
Vitamin E is an essential, fat-soluble nutrient that acts as a powerful antioxidant in the body. In addition to mitigating oxidative stress, though, vitamin E can also protect against some forms of heart and liver disease. A review of 18 studies in 2019 showed that vitamin E could reduce triglyceride and LDL cholesterol (the bad kind) prevalence in the blood. Other studies have demonstrated that vitamin E could reduce the presence of inflammation-associated liver enzymes and reduce blood lipid levels. This can help reduce the risk of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.
Chromium (as chromium polynicotinate)
Chromium has been researched for its weight loss and hunger-reducing properties, and research shows some promise in its ability to reduce certain forms of food cravings. The largest benefit appears to be in people suffering from depression-related food cravings and binge eating. Chromium supplementation is also associated with lower blood sugar, particularly in people with diabetes.
It’s difficult for our bodies to absorb chromium from the foods we eat, though, and our bodies can’t produce it. That’s why most people who need additional chromium supplement it.
Lipase is the primary enzyme responsible for digesting fats, and it’s present throughout our gastrointestinal (GI) tract and in the bloodstream. Lipase does most of its work in the small intestine, where secreted bile salts make it easier for the enzyme to extract the triglycerides inside the fat. These triglycerides are transported to various tissues like the muscles, where they can be broken down for metabolic purposes.
With additional lipase, your body will have more resources to break down and properly process the fats you consume.
Polysaccharolytic enzyme blend
LypoBalance also includes digestive enzymes that target other macronutrients. Our polysaccharolytic blend (amylase, alpha-galactosidase, lactase, diastase, invertase and glucoamylase) consists of enzymes that help with carbohydrate processing.
Protease enzyme blend
Our protease enzyme blend is actually a blend of peptidases, each one responsible for breaking certain peptide bonds found inside proteins. This enzymatic action means LypoBalance can also support better protein digestion.
Garcinia cambogia fruit extract
Garcinia cambogia is a fruit native to southeast Asia, and its peel contains elevated amounts of hydroxycitric acid (HCA). HCA is associated with some weight loss benefits and it can reduce the prevalence of blood fats. One study looked into the effects of garcinia cambogia supplementation on moderately obese people, and found that it could reduce total cholesterol levels (LDL cholesterol, in particular), along with triglyceride counts.
Guggul resin extract
There are several Guggul tree species throughout India and south Asia, and their sap can be extracted much like maple syrup. Guggul resin extract has been used in traditional medicine for centuries and some promising research suggests that it could accelerate weight loss and help treat elevated blood lipid levels.
Bladderwrack is a common algae that grows along the Atlantic and Pacific coasts. Like many seaweed and algae species, it is consumed for its high nutritional content. In the case of bladderwrack, the algae is associated with inflammation-reducing effects, which can help lower the risk of elevated blood sugar and heart disease.
Garlic isn’t just tasty – it’s extremely nutritious and has been used in medicine since ancient times. There are many health benefits associated with garlic use, and some studies have looked into the benefits of garlic supplementation. One study found that garlic supplements were as effective as some pharmaceuticals in reducing blood pressure. Other studies have shown that garlic supplements can reduce LDL cholesterol levels by up to 15 percent, which can help prevent heart disease.
Lecithin (derived from soy)
Lecithin is made from fatty acids and it can be found in a variety of foods, including soybeans. There’s been some research into lecithin’s health benefits, and the most promising research shows that it can decrease the level of LDL (bad) cholesterol in the body while increasing levels of HDL (good) cholesterol. Lecithin seems to be most helpful in people already at risk of heart disease and it is also used as a digestive aid.
Artichokes are filled with nutrients and can have a significant impact on heart health. First, studies show that it can reduce LDL cholesterol by up to 30 percent and triglycerides by 20 percent or more in some patients. Studies also suggest that artichoke can help lower blood pressure. These benefits are likely due to its antioxidant content and certain compounds in the plant that improve cholesterol processing.
Rice bran is the outer layer of the grain and, according to some studies, has a beneficial effect on cholesterol levels. It is especially useful in reducing LDL and triglyceride counts, which have the biggest negative impact on heart health.
LypoBalance also includes a powerful antioxidant blend that includes dunaliella extract, alpha-lipoic acid, eleuthero root, CoQ10, flaxseed and Asian ginseng root. Together, these antioxidants can reduce the impact of oxidative stress on the body, help with cholesterol processing and protect heart health.
What isn’t inside each dose of LypoBalance?
LypoBalance has been formulated without common allergens or irritants. There is no dairy, lactose, peanut, sugar or wheat included, and LypoBalance is vegetarian-friendly.
Fats are tough to handle, but LypoBalance makes it easier
Proper fat digestion is an important part of whole-body health, as it has an impact on digestive, metabolic, heart and liver health. LypoBalance is formulated to improve fat processing, with an array of nutrients, enzymes and natural ingredients.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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