SANUTRA Weight Management

Weight Management

Weight Management

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The active ingredients of this product are:

Citrin® K and GarCitrin® are extracted from the fruit of the plant Garcinia cambogia, which has a long history of use in Indian foods (mostly as an acidulant). The bioactive ingredients of this fruit are hydroxycitric acid (HCA), a derivative of citric acid, the agent that gives citrus fruits their characteristic tart flavor, and Garcinol. Clinical studies have shown that upon Citrin consumption, there is a modest decrease in body weight and suppression of appetite. This happens through two mechanisms, namely, inhibition of fatty acid synthesis and stimulation of fatty acid oxidation (ß oxidation). GarCitrin® contains both HCA and Garcinol. Garcinol makes GarCitrin® more effective than Citrin® by modulating regulatory cell signal pathways and, therefore, facilitating the uptake of HCA into the cells.

ForsLean® is an extract obtained from dried roots of Coleus forskohlii which has a history of food used in India (as a pickle or condiment). ForsLean is standardized for its bioactive ingredient Forskolin. Coleus Forskohlii is the only known natural source of the unique adenylate cyclase activating phytonutrient. Adenylate cyclase is the enzyme involved in the production of Cyclic Adenosine Monophosphate (cAMP), an important energy molecule, known as the secondary messenger which has a positive effect on many biochemical processes in the body. When cAMP is raised inside the cells, many physiological and biochemical changes occur including increased lipolysis (burning fat for fuel). ForsLean also increases lean body mass, while burning fat. It is a supplement to, not substitute for, sensible diet and exercise.

BioPerine® is a patented natural extract from black pepper fruit which improves the absorption and bioavailability of nutrients. The non-specific mechanisms for improving rapid absorption of nutrients may include increased blood supply to the GI tract, increased active nutrient transport by modulating efflux mechanisms (P-glycoprotein inhibition) and inhibition of solubilization by modulating metabolizing enzymes (glucuronidation).