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Sibu Beauty, Omega 7, 60 Vegan Softgels

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Dr. Oz recommended for weight loss

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Posted by eathealthy on Jun 29, 2013

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This supplement improves and nourishes skin, nails and hair! Featured on Dr. Oz for its amazing weight loss potential, these softgels contain mega amounts of Omega 7! According to research done on Sea Buckthorn berry Omega 7 extract, when taken internally, omega 7 fatty acid signals the body to stop storing fat. Clinical studies have shown that, not only do users melt away fat, but they also keep it off for longer periods. This amazing compound also helps the body maintain insulin sensitivity and fight off the imbalances that can result in metabolic syndrome. Insulin sensitivity plays a major role in helping the body convert glucose into energy, rather than storing it as fat. Research shows that omega 7 imitates a hormone in the body that helps regulate systemic metabolic activity.If you like my review check out my page by clicking eathealthy in blue above to see reviews of all the products I have purchased from iHerb!

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V good

Posted by 5599824261442951997 on Feb 05, 2014

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Try take 2 caps per day , my skin feel smoother and Glowing . But better supply in large bottle.

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