VitaCig ® Passion Fruit – SLIM Edition is the most comprehensive inhalation weight management aid on the market. The last in our S-Edition line, the delicious, all natural Passion Fruit flavored VitaCig ® SLIM Edition incorporates a proprietary blend of fruit extracts, therapeutic plants, and amino acids, to encourage appetite suppression and a healthy metabolism.
When to use: To help reduce snack or carb cravings recommended use 7 – 9 inhalations. Do not exceed 40 inhalations per day.
Product description: Looking for something put in your mouth? Well, put down those cheese puffs, and pick up a VitaCig ® Passion Fruit – SLIM Edition! Formulated using juicy Passion Fruit extract, beneficial plant extracts like Hoodia and KonJac Root known for their appetite suppression qualities, fruit extract like Passion Fruit and Garcinia Cambogia, known to encourage weight loss. GreenTea, amino acids, Arginine, and L-Carnitine known to increase metabolism.
Garcinia Cambogia • Garcinia cambogia is a tropical fruit found in the countries of Southeast Asia. People who live in the region have long used this incredible tiny fruit to make dishes more filling. Western scientists, who encountered the fruit, decided to study its weight loss abilities and discovered that the rind contains massive amounts of HCA – which is short for Hydroxycitric Acid. HCA is the very key ingredient why garcinia cambogia supplements are making a massive name in the weight loss industry today. HCA is known to suppress appetite and prevent your body from making fat tissues – leading to fast and effective weight loss done through the most natural and safest way possible.
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Hoodia • The appetite suppressant effects of Hoodia were first observed in 1937 by a Dutch anthropologist studying the primitive San Bushmen of the Kalahari Desert. It was noticed that the nomadic Bushmen, (who call it Xhoba) ate the stem of the Hoodia plant to stave off hunger during long hunting trips in the sparsely vegetated area. The active ingredient in Hoodia is the appetite-suppressing molecule, P57, or oxypregnane steroidal glycoside P57AS3.3 In scarce clinical studies, P57 has been researched to evaluate its potential as an anti-obesity drug. It is theorized that P57 acts on the brain in a manner similar to glucose. It tricks
the brain into thinking one is full even when they have not eaten, reduces interest in food and delays the time before hunger sets in. It appears to work at the level of the hypothalamus to inhibit hunger signals.”
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Konjak Root • The CellHealthMakeover.com website has published some reports that suggest that supplementing with konjac root can aid an individual in inducing weight reduction, even in overweight persons that are not earnestly seeking to consume fewer calories. Konjac root is a source of soluble fiber called glucomannan, which is found in a number of weight-loss products and the substance that’s supposed to help you drop pounds. It’s not well understood how glucomannan works, but researchers theorize that it works by absorbing water in the stomach, forming a thick, viscous gel, which delays digestion to help keep you feeling full longer. It may also help prevent the absorption of carbohydrates, according to a 1988 study published in Gut. Glucomannan also helps lower cholesterol levels and aids in blood sugar control, helping keeping it steady and preventing glucose spikes after eating. The gelling action of the fiber may be responsible for the effects on cholesterol and blood sugar, according to a study from 2000 published in Diabetes Care. The researchers report that the fiber in konjac root helped lower cholesterol better than fiber in oats or psyllium.
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Arginine • Typically recognized for their muscle-building effects, amino acids also contribute a few lesser known benefits. A recent pilot study published in the Journal of Dietary Supplements suggests that L-arginine, a conditionally essential amino acid, may help battle obesity by minimizing visceral adipose tissue (belly fat). Obesity characterized primarily by large stores of visceral fat in the abdomen has been linked to higher cardiovascular and metabolic risk than other types of obesity. L-arginine has long been used as an ingredient in supplement formulations, particularly in those designed to improve libido, sport performance, and cardiovascular health. How does l-arginine have such a wide range of physiological effectors? As a nitrogenous amino acid, it serves as a precursor to nitric oxide (NO), a compound whose primary function is to dilate blood vessels.
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L-carnitine • If you are looking to get lean, then this is the amino acid you need. L-carnitine transfers long-chain fatty acids, such as triglycerides into mitochondria, where they may be oxidized to produce energy. Carnitine has also been shown to reduce fatigue and serve as an appetite suppressant as well. Clinical trials of supplemental L-carnitine have yielded consistently positive results in terms of self-reported physical and mental fatigue, ability to exercise, and improvements in body composition—particularly when the study subjects are older and/or have documented carnitine deficiencies.