AppTrim in St. Louis
WHAT IS APPTRIM?
AppTrim is a medical food designed for the clinical dietary management of Obesity. AppTrim is a natural formulation of amino acids, nutrients and antioxidants that address the specific nutritional deficiencies associated with obesity. AppTrim is regulated by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a medical food and only contains ingredients that are Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS). With AppTrim now being offered at Med Weight and Wellness Center, LLC in St. Louis, call today to see if you are a good candidate.
HOW CAN APPTRIM HELP YOU IN ST. LOUIS?
As a medical food, AppTrim addresses specific amino acid deficiencies associated with obesity. Addressing the increased amino acid requirements of obesity can help coordinate communication between the brain, stomach and nervous system so that you feel full quicker and for a longer period of time. AppTrim is an important part of an obesity management program and is a safe and effective tool for reducing appetite.
AppTrim is an effective appetite suppressant that can help you control hunger and reduce daily calorie intake. AppTrim in St. Louis is most effective when it is incorporated into a daily exercise and nutrition plan.
WHAT DOES APPTRIM DO?
AppTrim provides the amino acids that are precursors to the neurotransmitters that control hunger:
HOW DOES APPTRIM WORK?
AppTrim works by restoring the body's natural mechanisms that are required to control appetite, satiety, and carbohydrate cravings.
HOW DO I TAKE APPTRIM?
It is recommended that two (2) capsules of AppTrim be taken daily; two (2) capsules mid-morning and two (2) capsules in the afternoon. Your doctor at Med Weight and Wellness Center, LLC will determining the most appropriate dose for your condition.
IS APPTRIM EFFECTIVE?
AppTrim has been the subject of numerous clinical trials and has proven to be a very effective tool for the dietary management of obesity. In one clinical trial, when 2 pills of AppTrim were given twice daily as an adjunct to a weight loss diet, participants saw a statistically significant reduction in appetite, compared to the placebo group.