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New XLS-Medical Carb Blocker can help reduce calories absorbed from dietary carbohydrates*

Healthy weight loss with XLS-Medical

XLS-Medical Carb Blocker is a medical device for effective weight control. When taken in combination with a balanced diet and regular physical activity, it is clinically proven to reduce calories absorbed from dietary carbohydrates*. It is particularly suitable for those with a carbohydrate-rich diet e.g. bread, pasta, rice and can be used in conjunction with XLS-Medical Fat Binder.
XLS-Medical Carb Blocker contains PhaseLite™, a naturally derived active ingredient from the white kidney bean.  It works in harmony with your body.

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XLS-Medical Carb Blocker contains PhaseLite™, a clinically proven active ingredient which helps to reduce carbohydrate digestion and absorption.  XLS-Medical Carb Blocker has a well-established safety profile and tolerability.  As such XLS-Medical Carb Blocker works in harmony with your body:
  1. 1.It reduces alpha-amylase activity which breaks carbohydrates into glucose
  2. 2.Less carbohydrates are digested (converted into glucose)
  3. 3.Fewer calories are absorbed and less glucose is stored as fat
  4. 4.Undigested carbohydrates are removed from the body when you go to the toilet






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Whilst taking XLS-Medical Carb Blocker is an important step to managing your weight, it is best viewed as part of an overall weight management plan.  Effective weight management requires long-term commitment and a healthy lifestyle.

Used in conjunction with a healthy balanced diet and an active lifestyle XLS-Medical Carb Blocker is suitable for adults aged 18 years and over with a BMI over 18.5:

  • ● For best results take 2 tablets, 3 times a day with liquid immediately before meals
  • ● Drink plenty of water throughout the day
  • ● Do not exceed 6 tablets daily

Always read the product insert carefully.

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*Chong et al (2012) Data on file