PhenObestin 37.5 Can Help Children and Teens Perform Better in School

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SupplementsToWeightLoss LLC (DBA: PharmaCo Labs) In the September 3 issue of Pediatrics, the findings of a study by researchers from the New York University School of Medicine and the Nathan Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research, New York led by Dr. Antonio Convit revealed that there are alarming connections between Metabolic Syndrome (also called Pre-Diabetes) and a host of low performance scores in school. PharmaCo Labs, which was not involved in the study, is recommending that doctors who are looking for a safe, over-the-counter weight loss pill to offer their teen clients with Metabolic Syndrome, as part of an overall program of lifestyle changes including diet and exercise, consider PharmaCo Labs’ PhenObestin 37.5.

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The health conditions included in Metabolic Syndrome include obesity that includes belly fat, resistance to insulin, and abnormally high levels of cholesterol, blood glucose, and blood pressure. These health problems would be enough of a reason to want to cure teens and adults who are suffering from Metabolic Syndrome. However, according to Dr. Convit and his researchers, there are far more immediate cognitive problems associated with Metabolic Syndrome.

Following up on a previous study that showed a link between cognitive deficits and Metabolic Syndrome for adults, the researchers wanted to see if there was a similar link during the teen years. They divided 111 teens into two groups, one with Metabolic Syndrome and one without Metabolic Syndrome. Other potential impacts on school performance such as the socioeconomic levels of the teens were all balanced between the two groups. The teens with Metabolic Syndrome scored lower on performance tests for math, spelling, mental flexibility, and attention.

By including PhenObestin 37.5 in a program of lifestyle changes, doctors can help their overweight teen patients to lose weight, especially stubborn belly fat. Because PhenObestin 37.5 also stimulates the central nervous system and increases the overall brain activity level, it can help to counteract the symptoms of Metabolic Syndrome until the teen returns to a normal weight and their blood pressure, blood glucose, and cholesterol levels all return to normal levels.

PhenObestin 37.5 also boosts dopamine levels in the brain, helping to reduce diet-inspired mood swings and depression; boosts the metabolism, burning fat and helping to flush toxins from the body; and increases the compounds’ effectiveness by carrying them throughout the body to melt away stubborn belly fat and visceral fat. These all-natural pharmaceutical-grade ingredients are derived from the cocoa plant, the acacia blackbush plant, and Yohimbe bark extract, and then combined in a cGMP-FDA compliant Indianapolis-based laboratory.

To learn more about how PhenObestin 37.5 can help teens with Metabolic Syndrome, doctors can contact Georgiy Kharchenko at 800-935-6312.

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