Are appetite suppressants the 'Holy grail' in the fight against obesity?

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Clinically proven Zotrim reduces calorie intake at meals and curbs sugar cravings.

"The appetite suppression factor has got to be the most likely solution to tackling obesity in a cost-effective way without the shenanigans of surgery", says Tam Fry of the National Obesity Forum. (1)

After 13 years of research, scientists have developed a new 'wonder jab' that can reduce hunger, which is being hailed as the 'holy grail' in the fight against obesity. Researchers believe that appetite suppressants will save the NHS billions of pounds, as well as helping to save lives, as over 50,000 people a year die prematurely from obesity and related illnesses (1). Zotrim is a clinically proven herbal weight loss aid that has appetite reducing effects, similar to new jabs, but without the need for prescriptions or painful injections, and is available now without the wait.

Experts are suggesting that appetite suppression is the best way forward to help combat obesity, which can cause long term health problems:

The Proof is in the Pudding Left On Your Plate
Zotrim has been shown in a recent study to significantly reduce hunger and 'desire to eat.' In a study at the University of Liverpool, 58 healthy to slightly overweight young women took the Zotrim formulation or a placebo control before a set breakfast and again before lunch. Participants were invited to a buffet style lunch, which meant that their food intake could be carefully monitored. When taking Zotrim they consumed on average 112 fewer calories than when taking with the reduction mainly resulting from less high fat sweet and savoury items (2).

Professor Jason C.G. Halford Ph.D. C.Psychol, involved in the study at the Kissileff Laboratory for Ingestive Behaviour at the University, says: “With much skepticism on diet aids it is of paramount importance to establish a product’s efficacy and key mode of action. This study demonstrated the robust acute effect of Zotrim on reducing food intake.”

Patented Herbal Formula
Zotrim is based on a patented blend of extracts from the South American plants, which have traditional herbal use. Several previous studies have shown that Zotrim enables weight loss at a healthy rate even without dietary and exercise changes and also helps users to snack less and to feel more satisfied (3), and this latest study confirms that users actually do eat less when taking Zotrim.

Directions: Two or three Zotrim tablets are recommended three times per day before meals.

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Editors Notes:


2. J.A Harrold, G.M.Hughes, K. O’Shiel, E.J. Boyland, N.J. Williams, J.C.G. Halford. Acute effects of a herb extract formulation and inulin fibre on appetite, energy intake and food choice. Appetite 62 (2013) 84 – 90.

3. Ruxton, C et al. Effectiveness of a herbal supplement for weight management. British Food Journal, 2007.

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