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Post Altadrine Stops You From Excessive Snacking   Thu Feb 02, 2012 5:37 am

Altadrine Stops You From Excessive Snacking


Many people find that consuming fewer calories is very difficult even if they need to get rid of a few pounds or kilograms. The urge to eat and snack is simply too strong!

Of course there are many 'diet' and 'light' products that can help reduce calorie intake, but they fail to make you feel full, which leads to further snacking.

One of the most effective products on the market today which can help you control your appetite is Altadrine appetite control presented in liquid capsules.

Altadrine Appetite Control:

• can give you control over your appetite

• can stop you from excessive snacking

• can help you to eat less by promoting a feeling of 'fullness'

• is scientifically proven to increase the release of satiety hormones like CCK and GLP1

• is most effective when part of a healthy lifestyle and exercise plan

Clinical trials have confirmed the effectiveness of Altadrine appetite control with conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) and pine oil. Alta Care Laboratoires thoroughly tested ingredients in Altadrine appetite control in a randomised double blind cross-over trial, and the results were: Altadrine appetite control can help to suppress appetite and promote a feeling of 'fullness', thus providing satiety.

The first study clearly showed that within 30-60 minutes after taking a 3g dose of Altadrine appetite control in the form of oil or its natural metabolites, the release of the satiety hormone of cholecystokinin (CCK) was significantly increased in the blood of the test subjects compared to those who had taken a placebo. The natural metabolites of Altadrine appetite control also significantly increased the release of another satiety hormone glucagon-like peptide1 (GLP1) in the blood. Both hormones send signals of satiation to the brain, and are essential in regulating food intake.

Also prospective food intake was reduced after administration of the natural metabolites of Altadrine appetite control. In the second study participants given these also showed a significant effect on food intake (9 per cent reduction) and a trend on caloric intake (7 per cent reduction).

Q. What is Altadrine appetite control?

A. Altadrine appetite control is an appetite control supplement which promotes a satiety feeling. It contains pure oil ingredients, extracted from the nuts of the Korean pine tree. Clinical studies have shown that Altadrine appetite control liquid capsules when taken up in the body can help control your calorie intake by reducing appetite and creating a feeling of 'fullness'.

Q. How does Altadrine appetite control make me feel less hungry?

A. When you eat a meal, the food is digested in the stomach and then goes into the small intestine. As nutrients are absorbed in the small intestines, signals are sent to the brain telling you that you have eaten enough. Two of these signals, cholecystokinin (CCK) and glucagon-like peptide 1 (GLP1), have been proven to play an important role in the process of satiety. Altadrine appetite control and its natural metabolites have been clinically tested to increase the release of these signals telling your body that you have eaten enough. By taking Altadrine appetite control 1 hour before a meal or in between meals you can help to reduce your meal size and your in between appetite.

Q. What is the recommended dose of Altadrine appetite control?

A. The beneficial effects of Altadrine appetite control liquid capsules are 1 capsule 1 hour before or between meals. It is recommended to stop 1 week before 1 box of Altadrine appetite control and another.

Q. Is Altadrine appetite control safe?

A. If Altadrine appetite control is taken at the recommended dosages no side effects or interactions have been noted. The liquid capsules are safe because of their excellent bioavailability of the liquid capsules. Other slimming products and even strong diets can damage the overall health of the body. Altadrine appetite control has ingredients to protect the body and CLA to protect the heart further when dieting to lose weight.

Q. Can Altadrine appetite control cause allergic reactions?

A. Altadrine appetite control is a fully-refined oil and refined oils hardly contain any proteins which can cause allergic reactions. However, some people prone to allergies exhibit very fierce reactions even to minute amounts of certain proteins. These individuals would consequently want to avoid products containing refined nut oil. Although not probable, traces of nut protein cannot be excluded from the realm of possibility. Although trace levels of pine nut proteins are not expected to induce allergic reactions, Alta Care Laboratoires cannot guarantee that Altadrine appetite control is allergen free.

Q. How quickly and for how long does Altadrine appetite control stay in effect?

A. In clinical studies, the levels of the appetite-suppressing hormones CCK and GLP1 were significantly increased within 30-60 minutes after taking Altadrine appetite control and its metabolites. Liquid capsules increase the bioavailability. These levels were still noticeably high after 3 hours.

Q. Is it necessary to diet and exercise to get results with Altadrine appetite control?

A. It's not just the quantity of food you eat, but also its quality and caloric content that influences weight loss - as does the amount of calories you burn. Therefore, you get the most desirable and quick results when combining Altadrine appetite control with a sensible, healthy diet and regular exercise.

Q. Can Altadrine appetite control be taken by women who are pregnant or breast-feeding?

A. Women who are pregnant or breast-feeding should always consult their physician before adding any kind of supplement to their regular diet. It is not ethical to do studies on pregnant women with any drug or supplement.

Q. Can Altadrine appetite control be taken in combination with prescription medicines?

A. You should consult your physician or pharmacist before using Altadrine appetite control together with prescription medicines.

Q. Are there any stimulants in Altadrine appetite control?

A. Appetite suppressants have been banned from pharmacies. Unlike other appetite suppressants and satiety ingredients, Altadrine appetite control does not contain unhealthy stimulants whatsoever.

Q. Where can I find Altadrine appetite control?

A. Altadrine appetite control is available in liquid capsules is available exclusively in pharmacies. Doctors are informed on the clinical studies.

Q. What is the role of lipids in the body?

A. In the body lipids fulfil a variety of functions, for example as an energy source, a structure component or as a hormone like factor.

Q. Who makes Altadrine appetite control?

A. Altadrine appetite control is manufactured in France by brand owner and producer Alta Care Laboratoires. Altadrine is not made up of a range of products that help weight control and are the correct answer to weight control which is a complex condition that cannot be treated by companies that have just 1 product or 1 ingredient.

Q. Where can I get Altadrine appetite control liquid capsules from?

A. Altadrine appetite control is available in all pharmacies and there is no need of a doctors’ prescription since it is classified as an over the counter product.
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