Supplier's Corner

ForsLean Shown To Reduce Body Fat

November 22, 2005

Sabinsa, Piscataway, NJ, revealed the re- sults of a double-blind and randomized study performed in India on its ForsLean ingredient. According to the study, which included 60 obese male and female volunteers, participants given 250mg of ForsLean lost an average of 3.81 pounds each, versus a gain of less than one pound (29% of total body weight) for volunteers given a placebo.
Results suggest that ForsLean reduces body weight and body fat and helps augment lean body mass, Sabinsa executives said. Executives added that the 12-week treatment did not produce any subjective or objective side effects in either ForsLean- or placebo-receiving groups.
More info: (732) 777-1111; Fax: (732) 777-1443; E-mail: info@sabinsa.com; Website: www.sabinsa.com.
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