Nutrilite Carb Blocker 2 $46

Nutrilite Carb Blocker 2

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Nutrilite Carb Blocker 2 has had a long list of names throughout its lifetime – including Calorie Just, Carb Blocker, Calow, and CB Plus – but it is now hanging onto its latest name from this manufacturer. Whatever the name on the label, the promise has always been the same: that it helps dieters to be able to limit the digestion of carbohydrates that are consumed in various foods such as breads, potatoes, sugars, pastas, cereals, starchy veggies, and rice.

At the time of the writing of this review, there wasn’t a great deal of information provided regarding the ingredients that make up the formula for Nutrilite Carb Blocker 2, but the product label does list ingredients such as white bean extract, soy bean extract, and parsley concentrate, which are the top three ingredients on the list. Those are the active ingredients while the remainder are fillers and preservatives.

Among them, white bean extract (also commonly called phaseolus vulgaris) is known to be capable of binding a type of enzyme in the body which is known as alpha-amylase. This enzyme is responsible for breaking down starches that are consumed in food in order to make them small enough to be absorbed by the body. By binding to that enzyme, it cannot perform its task and therefore some of those starches cannot be broken down enough to be absorbed.

The use of Nutrilite Carb Blocker 2 is meant to be accompanied by a reduced calorie diet, and it claims to be able to block up to 500 carbohydrate based calories. It was originally developed for people who were already following a high protein, reduced carbohydrate diet.

If the product does actually contain enough of its ingredients in order to produce the effect that it claims, then it has the potential of being very helpful for people who are trying to lose weight by slashing the calories that they take in made from carbs. It could help to give them a bit of an advantage when they cannot completely shrink the number of carbohydrates that they eat every day.

Unfortunately, at the time of the writing of this product was available exclusively through Amway, which is not a method of purchasing that is appealing to everyone. Unlike some of Nutrilite’s other products, it cannot be purchased through the official manufacturer’s website or through any “local” seller links that are provided on that site, as is the case for its other products.

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