Svetol by Naturex Proven Effective For Weight Loss and Toning

13 Dec 2013 --- For more than 20 years, Naturex has been a leader in manufacturing natural botanical ingredients. Thanks to its global sourcing program, Naturex is able to consistently introduce groundbreaking extracts, such as Svetol, the most scientifically studied and proven green coffee bean (GCB) extract for weight loss. This natural ingredient harnesses the benefits of coffee, in a plant concentrate, and provides proven effectiveness for slimming and body toning.

Svetol is a natural plant extract derived from unroasted premium Robusta coffee beans. Demonstrated in numerous scientific studies, its unique profile reduces intestinal glucose absorption and increases the burning of fat. Naturex’s traditional extraction process ensures a well-balanced chlorogenic acids profile, unlike most GCB extracts on the market that primarily focus on one particular acid. This distinct profile preserves all the active molecules found in coffee and proves to be most effective in clinical studies.
“Our unique process of extraction aims to preserve the plant’s identity while extracting a high concentration of key chlorogenic acids,” said Dr. Antoine Bily, R&D Director, Nutrition & Health of Naturex. “Research has shown that these compounds increase the lean/fat body mass ratio by 4% and weight loss by 5.7% after 60 days of supplementation.” 
With proven efficacy and bio-availability, Svetol is supported by nine published studies. The latest study in particular focused on the lipolytic activity of Svetol. It monitored the effects of varying concentrations of Svetol on the release of free fatty acids from adipose tissue following short- and long-term exposure. The results revealed that while the lipolytic activity during the short-term exposure was linked to residual caffeine traces, the long-term exposure clearly showed the effects of Svetol on the release of free fatty acids. These findings provide further evidence of the long-term health benefits of chlorogenic acids and Svetol.
Recommended by Dr. Oz for its safety and effectiveness, Svetol has a particularly unique composition that guarantees the absence of certain molecules found in coffee that have potentially harmful effects on health, especially in high doses. Svetol is made and controlled by Naturex, a French natural specialist company that owns a factory and has developed a strong sales network in the USA. The extract is proven to be pure with no side effects. 
Products containing Svetol can be found in stores nationwide. For the past two years, 55 million doses of Svetol have been sold every month worldwide.

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Naturex sources, manufactures and markets natural specialty ingredients for the food, health and cosmetic industries. As the Natural Maker, the company actively supports the global shift to natural by directly addressing key consumer expectations through an offer built on two main focus areas: My Natural Food and My Natural Selfcare. Naturex’s portfolio includes colors, antioxidants, specialty fruits & vegetables, phytoactives, and numerous other plant-based natural ingredients, designed to help its customers create healthy, authentic and effective products.

The Group’s strong commitment to sustainability, continuous innovation process, and the talent of its people are at the heart of its success.

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