Help achieve your weight loss goals!
Reducta Hunger Reduction Chewing Gum is the convenient appetite suppressant that helps you control your appetite – anywhere, anytime! Reducta Chewing Gum is specially formulated with *Satiereal® a special form of saffron, clinically researched to help decrease snacking by 55%. If you eat and snack less, you have a higher chance of reaching your weight loss goals.
No more diet-disaster snacking!
The secret weapon in your pocket, purse or desk drawer, Reducta Chewing Gum helps reduce your urge to snack, so you’re less likely to give in to morning and afternoon cravings. Reducta Chewing Gum is a helpful addition to any weight management strategy that includes healthy eating & exercise.
To reduce meal portion size & appetite: If you find it difficult to manage your appetite, chew 2 pieces of gum 30 minutes before 2 main meals.
To reduce snacking: Chew 1-2 pieces of gum during your ‘danger’ time, such as pre-morning tea, post-afternoon tea, late night snacking or when you need that “sweet fix”.
To reduce post exercise hunger: Exercise can make you hungry. If you have been working out, don’t undo all the good you’ve done with post exercise snacks and a sugar fix.
Chew 1 to 2 pieces of gum to help control that craving.
To use in conjunction with Reducta Tablets: If you are using Reducta Hunger Reduction Tablets morning and night, you can chew 1-2 gums as required during the day to avoid those in between snacks.
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Victorian Readers –
Researchers in the Center for Health, Research and Education and Exercise Metabolism Unit at the Sunshine Hospital in Victoria are recruiting women to take part in a Satiereal study (the key ingredient in Reducta). Find out more here.
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