BMI COMPLEX [Specialities]
BMI COMPLEX is a sevenfold completely natural formula that can be used as a tool with overweight.
BMI COMPLEX has as main ingredients Guarana, Green tea and L-tyrosine.
Furthermore, BMI COMPLEX was completed with Carnitine, Citrus Aurantius, Ginger and Boldo.
Instructions of use
2 capsules to be taken in the morning.
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
Keep out of reach of young children.
Food supplements should not replace a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
Do not use during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
Do not use under 12.
Check with a simultaneous intake of medicines.
No long-term use without professional advice.
Range of usage
- fitness and alertness
- stress and its consequences
- detox cure
CompositionIngredients per 2 vegetable capsules
Paullinia cupana Kunth (Guarana) dry extract 360mg, Vegetable capsule (Hypromellose), Camellia sinensis (L.) Kuntze (Green tea) dry extract 200mg, Filler (Microcrystalline cellulose), Anti-caking agents (Magnesium silicate, Magnesium stearate, Silicon dioxide), L-Tyrosine 100mg, L -Carnitine L-tartrate 100mg, Citrus aurantium L. (Bitter orange apple tree) 100mg dry extract, Zingiber offi cinale Rosc. (Ginger) dry extract 80mg, Peumus boldus Molina (Boldo) dry extract 60mg
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