Natural Carb Blocker Pill by Dietrine Dietary intake -
Do you find it difficult to eat a healthy diet because you are concerned about
carbs? If you said yes then you are not alone. Now with our new Dietrine Carb
Blocker we offer a 100% safe and stimulant free natural product. Dietrine
Carb Blocker is an exclusive formulation of research-supported botanical ingredients.
How Does Our Carb Blocker Work?
During the digestive process, your body converts carbohydrates,
found in starchy foods such as potatoes and pasta, into sugar. Your body
does this by breaking-down the carbohydrate molecule with alpha amylase,
an enzyme that is produced in the pancreas.
These sugar calories are either burned off, through exercise, or stored as
fat cells for future use. Unfortunately, inactivity means that these stored
fat cells accumulate. The result is weight gain.Dietrine Carb Blocker with
Phase 2®, an exclusive, all-natural nutritional ingredient extracted from
white kidney beans, "neutralizes" the digestive enzyme alpha amylase
before it can convert starch into glucose, thereby reducing the amount of
carbs absorbed. Essentially, it allows the carbohydrates to pass through the
system with less caloric intake.* Preliminary research and clinical studies
indicate that the Phase 2® starch blocker may reduce the absorption of
starch, thereby reducing the amount of carbs absorbed, resulting in significantly
less net caloric intake.
Are Carb Blockers Safe?
Yes! our Dietrine Carb Blocker is absolutely 100% safe and effective. Dietrine Carb Blocker is 100% natural with no known side
effects. There are no known interactions with any other herbal dietary
supplement or drug. Our Carb Blocker contains no ephedra,
no ma huang, no ephedrine and no stimulants of any kind
and are extremely safe if taken as directed.
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Dietrine Carb Blocker contains 100% of the genuine Phase
2 Starch Neutralizer®. Do not be fooled by cheap products that
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product is manufactured in the United States of America in a fully
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What is Phase 2?
Phase 2® is an amazing, non-stimulant, all-natural nutritional
ingredient that is derived from the white kidney bean through a proprietary
process. As a starch blocker it is the first nutritional ingredient that
has been clinically & scientifically proven to neutralize starch,
found in your favorite foods such as potatoes, breads, pasta, rice, corn
and crackers.Phase 2® is a safe yet powerful nutritional ingredient, clinically
studied to reduce the absorption of carbohydrate calories. Phase 2® allows you to enjoy those foods that you love
without all the calories.
Dietrine Carb Blocker with Phase 2® has demonstrated clinical
efficacy through several recent U.S. university-based human studies.
Dietrine Carb Blocker with Phase 2® has demonstrated safety
through LD50 studies, the gold standard test for acute and chronic
The white kidney beans used to make Phase 2® are non-GMO (genetically
modified) while the extraction process uses purified water - no solvents!!
Virtually all impurities are removed during extraction process.
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