Vendor: Thorne Research
Weight management is a complex issue involving environmental and lifestyle factors, including stress, sleep, diet, and exercise. Numerous metabolic factors are associated with the body’s balance of hormones, genes, and the gut microbiome.
Thorne’s MediBolic is formulated specifically for individuals who are interested in weight management or who want to address metabolic syndrome.* It is a complete multi-vitamin/mineral complex that contains 18 grams of protein and 10 grams of soluble fiber in a great-tasting vanilla/cinnamon flavor.
The benefits of MediBolic:
• Enhances fat burning (thermogenesis)*
• Supports healthy blood sugar and lipid levels*
• Helps build lean muscle mass*
• Supports blood vessel elasticity to maintain healthy blood pressure*
• Provides nutritional support for fatty liver
Key nutrients and botanicals in MediBolic include:
JamboLean® – a proprietary botanical extract derived from Syzygium cumini (also known as Eugenia jambolana); research shows this botanical extract supports healthy blood sugar levels.*
CinSulin® – a cinnamon extract that has beneficial effects for obese individuals, including helping to maintain healthy blood sugar, blood pressure, and lipid levels, as well as helping to build lean muscle mass.*
Sunfiber® – a water-soluble, partially hydrolyzed guar gum fiber, that provides 10 grams of soluble fiber per serving. Guar gum promotes satiety (the feeling of fullness) and improves the glycemic effect of a meal.* Sunfiber is easily digestible without the gas and bloating often experienced with a high-fiber supplement.*
Resveratrol – a polyphenol that is in red wine and many plants, resveratrol helps modulate many factors associated with metabolic syndrome, including endothelial function, blood sugar, and insulin sensitivity.*
Green tea phytosome – a decaffeinated green tea extract that is bound to phospholipids for enhanced absorption. In a study of obese individuals, those who consumed green tea phytosome along with a low-calorie diet had more reduced body mass compared to the group who ate only the low-calorie diet