(PRWEB) January 7, 2005
Low carb dieters in the United States are going online to try the new carbohydrate blocker made with Phase 2. For a limited time, http://www.dynocarb.com will provide customers with a free trial for 15 days. Dynocarb allows dieters to eat foods containing starch, such as potatoes, breads, pasta, rice, corn and crackers without absorbing all the calories contained in these types of foods. A recent clinical and scientific study of Phase 2, the main ingredient in Dynocarb, proved to reduce the absorption of starch calories. This is because the human body changes carbohydrates, found in starchy foods such as potatoes and pasta, into sugar. The human body does this by breaking-down the carbohydrate molecule with alpha amylase, an enzyme that is produced in the pancreas. Sugar calories are either burned off, through exercise, or stored as fat cells for future use. Regrettably, inactivity results in stockpiled fat cells. The end result to a dieter is weight gain. Dynocarb neutralizes the digestive enzyme alpha amylase prior to converting starch into glucose and then fat. Basically, it allows the carbohydrates to pass through the system possibly with less caloric intake.
The convenience of the Dynocarb blister pack is also sited as a major advantage by those dieting. Dieters prefer the slim package of Dynocarb when compared to the bulky bottles that other carbohydrate blockers offer. The website Dynocarb.com provides a place for low carbohydrate dieters to get a free 15 day trial and have this supplement shipped directly on a monthly basis. Dynocarb also provides the option of purchasing Dynocarb by the pack. Shipping and handling cost for this free trial is $5.
The first shipment of Dynocarb is scheduled to go out on January 1, 2005. Dieters are encouraged to try a free 15 day supply of Dynocarb while supplies last.
Dynocarb.com is owned and operated by Dynocarb, LLC and located in Chicago, IL. Contact Dynocarb by calling toll free 1-877-DYNOCARB