Sep 222013

re-bodyNow that I am 50 it is getting harder and harder for me to lose weight.  I am trying a new product called SafSlim®, RE•BODY’s naturally derived belly fat supplement. I have only been using it for about a week so and have not had a time for it to work to its potential.  IMG_1672

I have been doing some reading and here are a few of the benefits:

  • Clinically studied ingredient promotes belly fat reduction
  • Powered by patent-pending SAFActive78 ™ emulsification technology
  • Delicious creamy smoothie-like taste and texture, emulsified for easier digestion
  • Expeller-pressed, double-bonded high linoleic (78%) emulsified safflower oil
  • Delicious, easy-to-take and non-stimulant
  • Does not contain gluten, dairy, wheat, soy, yeast, lactose, milk

The one I am trying is in Pina Colada Cream Fusion and it taste great, it also comes in  Berry Cream Fusion, Tangerine Cream Fusion and Key Lime Cream Fusion. Its easy to use – just take 1 tablespoon twice a day before your meal.

When reading I found that high linoleic safflower oil (HLA) has been shown to reduce belly fat, maintain HDL (the good) cholesterol already within normal range, and increase a fat-burning hormone adiponectin that helps your body process calories.These results were found in a double-blinded Ohio State University crossover study conducted with 55 overweight, post-menopausal women with high blood sugar comparing high linoleic safflower oil (HLA) with conjugated linoleic acid (CLA).

The participants showed an average reduction of 6.3 percent belly fat and an average increase of 20.3 percent in adiponectin, an important belly fat hormone!

I am going to continue using SafSlim® along with watching what I eat and I am hoping to see some good results this may just be what I need to help me lose the weight I want to use.  If you want to try  SafSlim® you can order it HERE.  You can also connect with Re-Body on Facebook.


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