Control Craving Blocker
Okay, food lover, we see you and we are here to help. We’d like you to meet Control Craving Blocker or Control for short. Who’s it for, again? The stress eaters, mindless snackers, and for anyone looking for a little more Control over their appetite.
Not only does it act as an appetite suppressant, but it’s also a carb blocker, which can impact calories. Looking to start a healthier lifestyle? Pair Control with healthy eating and regular exercise for the best results.
Why you'll love it:
- Appetite suppressant*
- Carb blocker*
- Promotes digestive health*
- Aids with regularity*
- Contains good fiber that doesn’t block mineral absorption*
Amount per container: 120 vegetarian capsules
What's in it?
How To Use:
- Take 2 capsules with a full glass of water, twice daily - morning and afternoon.
- Pair with a sensible diet and regular exercise.
Control is our appetite suppressant and carb blocker. It is formulated with some pretty amazing ingredients known for digestive health and helping with regularity.
Control is not a replacement for healthy eating (and regular exercise). Control is a tool to help you suppress your appetite to prevent overeating the wrong things. You will still need to fuel your body with healthy foods while also keeping your body strong with regular exercise.
Make sure to take 2 capsules with a full glass of water, twice daily - morning and afternoon. Staying hydrated with water throughout the day is also a natural way to suppress your appetite.
When it comes to carbohydrates, you have two main groups: simple and complex. Simple carbs can be found naturally in fruits and milk products, but also in processed foods like sodas and desserts.
Complex carbs are found in foods like pasta, bread, rice, and potatoes. They are actually made up of many simple carbs linked together to form chains. Those chains have to be broken down by enzymes before they can be absorbed.
Carb blockers contain substances that inhibit some of the enzymes that break down those complex carbs, allowing them to pass through the large intestine without being broken down or absorbed. Meaning they don’t contribute any calories or raise blood sugar.
Additionally, carb blockers have been found to affect the hormones involved with hunger (ghrelin) and fullness. They also may help slow stomach emptying after a meal.
Taking Control alone will not guarantee weight loss, but when paired with regular exercise and a good diet, it can definitely help. Especially because it will help reduce your appetite, block carbs, and promote digestive health.*