Benefit6 Whole Body Protection, a New Product by I Do Strive LLC, has Alpha-Lipoic Acid and Chromium Which is Proven to Promote Weight Loss

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According to recent studies Alpha-Lipoic Acid and Chromium found in Benefit6 are proven to lower body mass and block carbohydrate uptake

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Alpha-lipoic acid may be considered as adjunctive therapy for obesity.

Benefit6 Whole Body Protection by I Do Strive, LLC is the first product to focus on six key areas of health to provide consumers with the most comprehensive whole body protection supplement including weight loss. Benefit6 is unique because of it quality ingredients and convenience in packaging.

According to a study published in the American Journal of Medicine Alpha-Lipoic Acid promotes overall weight loss of up to 5%.

“In the randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, 20-week trial, 360 obese individuals (body mass index [BMI] ≥ 30 kg/m(2) or BMI 27-30 kg/m(2) plus hypertension, diabetes mellitus, or hypercholesterolemia) were randomized to alpha-lipoic acid 1200 or 1800 mg/d or placebo. The primary end point was body weight change from baseline to end point. The 1800 mg alpha-lipoic acid group lost significantly more weight than the placebo group (2.1%; 95% confidence interval, 1.4-2.8; P<.05).”

The study concluded, “Alpha-lipoic acid may be considered as adjunctive therapy for obesity.” Additionally, chromium operates to obstruct carbohydrate intake and food uptake. L-arginine increases nitric oxide development and boosts oxygen and nutrient delivery to energetic muscles, enhancing tolerance to bodily workout and recuperation systems. Cocoa has been shown to raise power and total state of mind support.

Benefit6 is formulated to provide Whole Body Protection by focusing on key areas of health, including brain function, cardiovascular health, weight loss, energy production, inflammation reduction and antioxidant support. Benefit6 is conveniently packaged for optimal use and results.  

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