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Blooms Svelte GCB 45 (Green Coffee Bean) 90vc

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By supporting your glucose metabolism after taking the active ingredient in Blooms Svelte GCB 45, the chlorogenic acids found in green coffee beans encourage your body to use your stored fat cells for energy. Svelte comes in a convenient one-a-day easy swallow vegetarian and vegan friendly capsule.

Blooms Svelte GCB 45:

  • Reduces sugar cravings 
  • Reduces glucose absorption 
  • Helps reduce fatty storage deposits 
  • Supports blood sugar levels after eating 
  • Made from natural, decaffeinated green coffee beans

Coffea canephora fruit extract, commonly known as green coffee bean extract, may assist in weight loss by reducing cravings and supporting a normal metabolism. Scientific evidence shows that Green Coffee Bean extract can help increase weight loss through its role in glucose metabolism. When used in conjunction with a balanced diet and adequate exercise, Svelte GCB 45 may help improve: 
BMI (Body Mass Index) 
Body Composition (lean muscle : body fat ratio). 

Each vege capsule contains: 
Coffea canephora (Green Coffee Bean) extract 400 mg. 
Equivalent to dry fruit 7 g (7000 mg). 
Standardised to 45% chlorogenic acids 180 mg. 
Caffeine (from Coffea canephora dry fruit) 8 mg.

Caution: contains caffeine.

Blooms Svelte GCB 45 is naturally sourced from decaffeinated green coffee beans.

No added gluten, yeast, milk derivatives, salt, lactose, artificial colours, flavours and preservatives.

VEGETARIAN FRIENDLY

Adults: Take 1 capsule one to three times daily, half an hour before meals.

The maximum recommended daily dose of 3 capsules provides up to 24 mg of caffeine, which is less caffeine than in half a cup of coffee.

Cautions & Interactions 
For optimal results with any weight loss product a healthy eating and regular exercise program is recommended.

Pregnant & Breastfeeding 
We do not recommend the use of Svelte during pregnancy or breastfeeding due to the lack of clinical safety data.