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With 100% Natural & Organic NeOpuntia®
  • Supports Weight Loss*
  • Helps Increase Energy*
  • Helps Maintain Healthy Glucose Levels*
  • Helps Achieve Favorable Caloric Absorption*
TOP SECRET NUTRITION® CAL-TRIM 1000™Is a unique combination of ingredients designed to be taken with fatty and starchy meals to support weight management utilizing a novel 3-pronged formulation.CAL-TRIM 1000 ™:
  • NEOPUNTIA® - Neopuntia® is a100% natural lipophilic(fat attracting) fiber made from the dehydrated leaves of the Opuntia ficus indica cactus. Lipophilic properties refer to Neopuntia's ability to attract and bind to fats when in their presence. Research has suggested that Neopuntia has fat binding properties.
  • INNOSLIM ™ - InnoSlim ™ is a proprietary all natural plant derived compound extracted from highly fractionated Panax notoginseng and Astragalus membranaceus. Research shows that in animal studies panax notoginseng has been associated with weight loss. It is believed that this effect was the result of inhibiting the fat digesting pancreatic lipase activity. Additionally, in vitro and in vivo studies have demonstrated that the ginsenosides in InnoSlim™ may reduce glucose absorption.
  • WHITE KIDNEY BEAN EXTRACT (Phaseolus vulgaris) - Research suggests that Phaseolus Vulgaris inhibits the digestive enzyme amylase. Amylase plays a key role in the digestion of foods. As a digestive enzyme, amylase is required for the metabolism of starchy carbohydrates. Research suggests that Phaseolus vulgaris extract when taken before meals may produce decrements in body weight and decrements in fat mass in the face of maintained lean body mass.
  • * 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.

    Supplement Facts

    For targeted meals take 2 capsules 15 minutes prior to, and 15 minutes after eating, along with 8 oz. of water. For Maximum Results: Cal-Trim 1000™ should not be taken within 4 hours of ingesting fat-soluble vitamins (A, D, E & K) and essential fatty acids. Do not consume more than 3 servings per day.

    Serving Size 4 Capsules
    Servings Per Container 15
    Amount Per Serving % DV
     NeOpuntia®(Opuntia ficus indica leaf)White Kidney Bean Extract InnoSlim(Astragalus membranaceous root; Panax notoginseng **
    ** Daily Value (DV) not established

    Other Ingredients: Microcrystalline Cellulose, Gelatin, Magnesium Stearate

    Warning: KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Pregnant or lactating women should consult a physician before using any product. Do not take this herbal supplement if you are taking a prescription drug for anticoagulation (thinning the blood) unless directed by a physician. Because this product may lower blood glucose, consult your physician before taking this product if you are taking blood glucose lowering medication. Discontinue use and consult your physician if any adverse reactions occur. NOT INTENTED FOR USE BY PERSONS UNDER THE AGE OF 18.

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    Health Notes

    Probiotic-Fortified Yogurt May Trim Belly Fat

    Probiotic-Fortified Yogurt May Trim Belly Fat
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    The probiotic yogurt groups had positive changes in body composition
    Researchers have been finding links between specific friendly intestinal bacteria (probiotics) and metabolism, weight management, and fat distribution. Now a study published in the British Journal of Nutrition showed that being consistent with eating a probiotic-fortified yogurt may be more important to its effectiveness at reducing belly and body fat than how much probiotic it contains.

    Boosting the probiotic in yogurt

    The study included 210 Japanese people with large abdominal fat areas. They were divided into three groups and given either 200 grams (about 7 ounces) of high-probiotic yogurt, low-probiotic yogurt, or no-probiotic yogurt to eat every day for 12 weeks. The yogurts all contained equal amounts of two bacterial strains commonly used to ferment milk into yogurt. The high-probiotic yogurt provided an additional 2 billion CFU (colony forming units) of the test probiotic, Lactobacillus gasseri, per day, and the low-probiotic yogurt provided 0.2 billion CFU of L. gasseri per day.

    L. gasseri is part of the family of lactic acid-producing bacteria that colonize the human intestines and are thought to provide a wide range of health benefits.

    Shrinking body fat with probiotic-enriched yogurt

    Examinations done every four weeks during the study and once four weeks after the end of the study showed that the two probiotic yogurt groups had positive changes in body composition:

    • abdominal fat area was reduced,
    • overall body fat was reduced,
    • BMI (body-mass index, a ratio of weight to height that is used to diagnose overweight and obesity) decreased,
    • waist circumference decreased, and
    • hip circumference decreased.

    The changes seen in this study were similar in both probiotic groups and were greater than reductions seen in the no-probiotic group. However, four weeks after stopping the yogurt, the benefits diminished and the differences between the probiotic yogurt groups and the no-probiotic group were lost.

    Consistency matters more than the amount

    The changes seen in the probiotic yogurt groups were similar to those seen in a previous study performed by the same team of researchers in which participants ate a more concentrated probiotic-fortified yogurt that provided 20 billion CFU of L. gasseri per day, leading the study authors to speculate that lower amounts of this particular probiotic may be as effective as higher amounts when it comes to reducing body and belly fat. They added that, based on their findings, "constant consumption might be needed to maintain the effect."

    The study authors also noted that L. gasseri appears to have a stronger effect than regular yogurt bacteria, which were present in all of the yogurts and in greater concentrations than the L. gasseri in the probiotic-fortified yogurts.

    Maintaining your friendly gut bacteria

    In addition to considering a probiotic supplement, here are several ways to promote the colonization and growth of healthy intestinal bacteria:

    • Eat prebiotic-rich foods. Prebiotics are fibers in food that are indigestible by humans but are readily digested by healthy gut bacteria. Fruit and vegetables generally provide good amounts of prebiotic fiber, but asparagus, garlic, onion, and Jerusalem artichoke (or sunchoke) are especially rich.
    • Limit animal protein and simple carbohydrates. Both can promote the growth of unhealthy intestinal micro-organisms.
    • Eat fermented foods. In addition to yogurt and other fermented milk foods, lactic acid-forming bacteria are found in unpasteurized sauerkraut, kimchi, and fermented vinegar-free pickles. Although the strains of lactic acid-forming bacteria found in these foods may not have the same effect on fat metabolism as was seen in this study, these bacteria have been found to prevent intestinal and vaginal infections, improve general digestive health, strengthen immune function, and may prevent certain cancers.

    (Br J Nutr 2013; doi:10.1017/S0007114513001037)

    Maureen Williams, ND, completed her doctorate in naturopathic medicine at Bastyr University in Seattle and has been in private practice since 1995. With an abiding commitment to access to care, she has worked in free clinics in the US and Canada, and in rural clinics in Guatemala and Honduras where she has studied traditional herbal medicine. She currently lives and practices in Victoria, BC, and lectures and writes extensively for both professional and community audiences on topics including family nutrition, menopause, anxiety and depression, heart disease, cancer, and easing stress. Dr. Williams is a regular contributor to Healthnotes Newswire.
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