NOPAL, natural sensor sugars and fats
- Supports the thinning in the context of dietary measures
- Support for appetite control and absorb sugars and fats from the diet, thereby reducing caloric intake
- Reduces appetite
- Helps control glucose levels
Nopal, also called prickly pear, is commonly used as a complement to dieting. These are his cladodes, kinds of branches having the appearance of a sheet, which are used because they contain significant amounts of polysaccharides. These polysaccharides or fibers have lipophilic properties that act as a grease trap: the Nopal can reduce by 27% the absorption of fat from food bowl. Moreover, they possess diuretic and hypoglycemic properties. This means that they promote urinary secretion and they decrease the storage of triglycerides in adipose tissue. A study on rats showed that the Nopal had a hypoglycemic effect at very faibles2 doses. In addition, its high dietary fiber allows it to be used as an appetite suppressant.
(1) CELTIPHARM 2015 - TNS Sofres 2014
(2) V. Butterweck, L. Semlin, B. Feistel, I. Pischel, K. Bauer, and EJ Verspohl, "Comparative assessment of two different Opuntia ficus-indica extracts for Lowering blood sugar effects in rats," Phytother Res flight. 25, no. 3, pp. 370-375, 2011.
Directions: 2-4 capsules per day, taken with meals with a glass of water.
Ingredients: Nopal powder, capsule (gelatin, colors: titanium dioxide, iron oxide).
Nutrition information medium for 4 capsules: Nopal leaf powder (Opuntia ficus indica) 1200 mg
Presentation: Box of 60 capsules - Cure from 15 to 30 days