Zhen De Shou is originated in the old and mysterious primitive forest of Shenogjia where there grows a plant called - crategus pinnatifida, which is also popularly called Shenxianye (fairyleaves). EPT experts found that this crategus pinnatifida has magic effect for slimming.
Zhen De Shou slimming theory:
1. Consuming surplus fat: Zhen De Shou contains active ingredients that can activate fat metabolism and change white cells of fat depot into brown cells from heat production. White cells of fat depot exist in great amount in parts such as belly, waist, arms and buttocks.
2. Curbing the absorbtion of fat: Konjac contained in fairy leaves can curb the activity of lipase and cut the absorption of fat by intestinal canal. Other ingredients in konjac have strong appetence with fat contained in food and these ingredients and fat can change into non-absorbing compound and be discharged.
3. Controlling the intaking of energy: in the human body, konjac can decompose three natural substances that consume heat in the human body and thus prevent heat from forming fat. In the process, the person drinking the pills has a feeling of being hungry.
Zhen De Shou ingredients:
crategus pinnatifida, safflower,Konjacflour, cassia seed , gingko-nut and alga (luoxuanzao).
Zhen De Shou Features:
1. Slimming rapidly: weight can be reduced by 2.55 kg within a period of 10 days.
2. Being in accordance with the five priciples for slimming formulated by the World Health Organization: NO ANOREXIA, NO DIARRHEA, NO ACRATIA, NO ANHYDRATION AND NO RECURRENCE.
3. Targeted Slimming: Have strong effects for reducing fat in waist, belly, thigh and buttocks.
4. You can measure the effect of slimming: every day you will have a pleasant feeling of fat reduction.
How to take it: 1 capsule before breakfast. (Our suggestion:drink 8 glasses of water or above in everyday.)
Specification: 250 mg capsules*10 capsules * 1 pack store in a cool (room temperature), dry and dark condition.
Shelf life: 24 months
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