Dietrine Carb Blocker - Review

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Dietrine Carb Blocker - FAQ's

1. Does 1 gram of Dietrine really "block" 2250 starch calories in humans?
Early studies showed Dietrine reduced the absorption of approximately 2,250 starch calories in the laboratory-not in humans. Human starch absorption studies showed that Dietrine reduced the absorption of starch calories by as much as 66%. However, individuals may experience different results based on body type, eating habits, and lifestyle.

2. Does Dietrine actually block or inhibit anything? That sounds dangerous!
Dietrine is considered a temporary alpha amylase "neutralizer". Alpha amylase is the enzyme that digests starch. Dietrine temporarily "neutralizes", the enzyme allowing some dietary starch to pass through the body undigested, like fiber. Since it stays in the GI tract, Dietrine does not enter the blood stream or affect the body's organs. No adverse side effects have been observed in several human studies.

3. What is Phase 2® (Phaseolamin 2250®)?
Dietrine is the first, non-stimulant, clinically-studied, standardized, all-natural starch "neutralizer." It is extracted from a fraction of the Great Northern white kidney bean
using proprietary processes developed by Pharmachem Laboratories.

4. How does Dietrine work?
Dietrine is formulated to "neutralize" the digestive enzyme, alpha amylase, and may temporarily reduce the caloric impact of starch rich foods.

5. What scientific evidence do you have that shows Dietrine is effective?
Additionally, a recently completed California study demonstrated that patients who took Phase 2® brand bean extract, lost nearly a half pound per week (3.8 lbs. over eight weeks), on average, or better than 200% more than those on placebo. Patients on the starch neutralizer also lost 1.5 inches around their waists, on average, or 43% more than those on placebo.

6. Are there any negative side effects to using Dietrine ?
No adverse side effects were clinically observed in the starch absorption study. In the weight loss study, participants reported “good tolerability,” Some people may experience excess gas.

7. How much Dietrine should I take?
Our clinical studies suggest efficacy at dosage levels between 500 mgs. and 1500 mgs., taken before eating starchy meals. Since everyone's metabolism is different, people may have to experiment on themselves to find the right levels.

8. Do I need to change my diet while taking Dietrine ?
You should be able to eat more of the starch-rich foods you love. This does not mean you can eat all the carbs you want! However, any consistent, safe, healthy weight control program should include a sensible, balanced diet and exercise.

9. How much weight can I expect to lose in a month by taking Dietrine ?
Everyone's system is different and results will vary. In a 60-subject weight loss study, those taking Dietrine lost an average of 6.45 lbs. in 30 days, compared to those on placebo who lost less than 1 lb., on average. This is consistent with physician recommendations for slow, steady, safe carb control. In an 8-week 50 subject clinical trial conducted at Northridge Hospital (UCLA), subjects lost 1/2 - 2/3 pound per week on average, with some subjects reporting substantially greater weightloss. During this same time period, subjects' triglycerides were markedly reduced on average as well (see clinical studies on this site).

10. Do I need a prescription for Dietrine ?
No. Dietrine is sold as a nutritional supplement.

11. How does new Dietrine differ from the old Starch Blockers and other bean extracts?
Phase 2® has been clinically studied several times, and has proven to be effective in humans. Dietrine is a brand new, highly-concentrated standardized extract made from
a specific fraction of specially-sized Great Northern white kidney bean through proprietary processes. The so-called amylase inhibitors of the 1980's, and typical bean extracts, are simple whole bean powders or extracts with little or no clinical background.

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