Gymnema sylvestre extract containing gymnemic acid 25%-75%; bitter gourd extract with charantin 1%-5%; white kidney bean extract which has phaseolamin
1%; and banaba extract 1 %.
The actual effectiveness of phaseolamin
in breaking down carbohydrates is inconclusive.
New kids on the blockACCORDING to Dr Steven Rosenblatt, author of The Starch Blocker Diet, phaseolamin - the nutrient in Phase 2 - is a natural starch blocker, derived from white kidney beans.
It is claimed that somebody taking phaseolamin could neutralise up to a third of their daily calorie intake.
Nature-based, "nonfiber" ingredients currently available for this application includes purified forskolin (from Coleus forskohlii), hydroxycitric acid (from Garcinia cambogia), phaseolamin
(from Phaseolus vulgaris, kidney bean), fenugreek extract, chromium complexes, diglycerides (from Enova oil), carnitine, conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), soy and a host of antioxidants with cyclic AMP inhibition property.
It contains phaseolamin
2250 from white kidney bean extract.
Phaseolamin inhibits the conversion of starches to fat.
Phaseolamin neutralizes alpha amylase before it can convert starch into glucose and thus fat.
Phaseolamin is a dried extract from a portion of the white kidney bean.
In laboratory studies, one gram of phaseolamin neutralized 2,250 starch calories.
Those participants who took phaseolamin lost an average of 7.
Every capsule of Carb Reducer contains 500 mg of phaseolamin.