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With the Topical StarchBlocker Patch and a low carb diet such as the Atkins or South Beach diet, how much weight can you expect to lose? Test subjects in a controlled clinical setting lost 3.9% of their total body weight and 10.45% of body fat mass, in 30 days, without reducing lean tissue mass. This translates to a 17.8-pound reduction for someone starting at 200 pounds of body weight, in 30 days! This is not only a good result; it is a healthy pace at which to lose weight. Current diet patch users have used this in conjunction with the diet patch for maximum results.

    Atkins Approved
  • South Beach or any low carb diet is recommended in combination with the Topical StarchBlocker Patch. *
  • Standardized white kidney bean extract (Phaseolus vulgaris) water-extract from non-GMO white kidney beans
  • The Paseolamin (Starch neutralizer) has been clinically proven to reduce the absorption of starch by 85% resulting in significantly less net caloric intake.

The Topical StarchBlocker Patch can be applied to any part of the body that is clean, dry and free of oily residue. Peel the patch from its backing. Apply on (1) Topical StarchBlocker Patch to any part of the being, be careful not to stretch or fold it. The recommended areas are the shoulder or back. The topical StarchBlocker Patch is water resistant but not waterproof. Apply a new Topical StarchBlocker Patch everyday to a slightly different area of the body.

Supplemental Facts One-Month Supply

  • Number of Topical StarchBlocker Patches used every 24 hours - 1
  • Number of Topical StarchBlocker Patches per box - 30

    Phaseolus Vulgaris

  • (White Kidney Bean Extract) - 600 mg
  • Guarana Extract - 2 mg

    Why Block Starch and Carbohydrate?
    Research suggest that eating large amounts of carbohydrates triggers a biological mechanism that lowers the blood sugar level and leads people to need a sugar boost and therefore to crave more carbohydrates. This cycle of eating and craving keeps people hooked on carbohydrates and causes overeating. A basic principle in this process is that carbohydrates turn into sugars that trigger the release of insulin. The insulin routes the sugars to our muscles for energy and stores the rest as fat. Eating larger amounts of carbohydrates triggers a flood of insulin and because there is so much insulin, sugars are cleared from the blood so quickly that people feel hungry again after a short period of time. So, carbohydrates drive the sugar level up and then the insulin drives it down. Although carbohydrates are not the only kind of food that people crave, nor is insulin the only cause of such a craving, carbohydrates have worked their way into the American diet from pastas to breads to crackers and other starch-laden snack foods. But now you can enjoy eating the carbs when wearing the StarchBlocker patch.

    Patch Technology
    FigureA skin patch uses a special membrane to control the rate at which the herbal ingredients contained in the reservoir within the patch can pass through the skin and into the bloodstream. The basic components of any transdermal delivery system include the herbs dissolved or dispersed in a reservoir or inert polymer matrix; an outer backing film of paper, plastic, or foil; and a pressure-sensitive adhesive that anchors the patch to the skin. The adhesive is covered by a release liner, which needs to be peeled off before applying the patch to the skin.

    Matrix - a solution or suspension dispersed within a polymer or cotton pad in direct contact with the skin and held to the skin by adhesive applied to the perimeter of the system (see Figure). Herb-in-adhesive matrix is a refinement in which the polymer (in which the drug is dispersed) is an adhesive.

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