Product Name: Lida DaiDaihua Slimming Capsule Strong Version
Common use: Lida DaiDaihua is one of the best selling as compared to other natural weight loss supplements. With the use of Lida, you would feel the appetite suppressant effects from the day one. As well known fact, the appetite is not the only reason you can’t lose weight. More importantly, your metabolic rate is low, which means that you don’t burn calories you consume every day and in time it causes an accumulation of fat. To burn fat cells stored in body tissues effectively, Lida DaiDaihua uses the mechanism of increasing you metabolic rate.
How Lida pills control your appetite:
DaiDaihua extract as one of the active ingredients of Lida DaiDaihua is proven to relieve hunger pains, or become an appetite suppressant, through increasing the levels of Serotonin, which acts a signal telling the body it is full, which results in weight loss, or weight control.
How Lida pills speed up your metabolism:
When our metabolism slows, the body will store rather then burn calories, causing an accumulation of fat. If you don’t start acting on the first stage of obesity, with time it becomes even more difficult to restore a normal balance, it cause your metabolic rate and hormone system have been already changed.
Precise combination of herbal ingredients in scientifically proven formula DaiDaihua promotes thermogenesis process i.e. body’s production of heat. Thermionic effects cause an increase in metabolic rate (reflected by an increase in oxygen consumption) associated with the digestion, absorption, transport, and assimilation of ingested food.
Ingredients: L-carnitine, Daidaihua(Bitter orange), Cassia Seed, Mulberry Leaf Extract, Coicis Extract and etc.
Dosage and direction: Take One capsule a day before breakfast.(before breakfast with 350~500cc water.
Specification: 350 mg x 30 Capsules
Storage: Store this medication at room temperature away from moisture and heat.
1,People with coronary heart disease, high blood pressure or cerebrovascular disease;
2,People with psychosis or addict of drugs, medicine or alcohol;
3,People with hyperthyroidism, insufficiency of liver or kidney;
4, People with prostatic hyperplasia or glaucoma;
5,Women in pregnancy or lactation;
6,People under the age of 18 or above 60;
7,People who are consuming prescription drugs.