The Skinny Hormone - the ultimate slimming ally!
Hormones are your body’s chemical messengers and they play an important role in many body functions. We all know they can be responsible for painful periods and acne problems - but did you know there is a hormone that helps burn calories?
Adiponectin – the “skinny” hormone
If you’re struggling to lose those extra kilos, this hormone may just be your new best friend. Adiponectin is a protein formed in the fat cells thatincreases the muscles’ ability to use carbohydrates and fats for energy.
Also called ‘the skinny hormone’, it plays a crucial role in human metabolism: it helps manage your weight by helpingcontrol the levels of glucosewithin the body andburning fats more efficiently.
Research** shows that overweight and obese individuals have low levels of adiponectin, however, the increase of adiponectin is significantly associated with the reduction of waist circumference and it also helps you control body weight.
Luckily, there's a way toincrease the production of adiponectinand start burning fat like a pro!
Kick your “skinny” hormone into high gear!
Meet Booty Tone, your new ally. These capsules are rich in orange juice anthocyanins, green tea catechins, and cayenne pepper capsaicins that help stimulate brown fat. Booty Tone caps will help you melt fat in problem areas, like the booty, belly and hips.
According to studies**, stimulating the activity of brown adipose tissue can help dissolve an additional 500 calories a day!*
Users lost on average 3 kg after 12 weeks!*
With the daily intake of 400 mg of Booty Tone’s main active ingredient – red orange extract Morosil® - and a healthy diet, 30 overweight participants of our clinical study were able to:
- Melt up to 7.5 cm* around the waist
- Lose up to 6 cm* in the area around hips and thighs
- Lose up to 50%* of fat around the stomach area
- Reduce bodyweight for an average of 3 kg*
- Lower body mass index (BMI) by –1.1 unit* on average!
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*The effects of the product may vary between individuals and could differ from those described on the website
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