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Carb Bloc, 90 Capsules, From Ultimate
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Carb Bloc Reducing The Rate At Which Starch Is Converted To Sugar During Digestion!
Carbs have been identified as one of the causes of weight gain or preventing weight loss. These carbs are not easily burned by the body and are stored as fat. Carbohydrates are found in almost any kind of food, even vegetables -- not just bread and pasta. Research has proven that dietary fat is not necessarily converted into body fat. Carbohydrates, on the other hand, are readily converted into fat by the action of insulin. When you eat a high-carbohydrate meal, the increased blood sugar stimulates insulin production by the pancreas. Insulin is the hormone that allows blood sugar to be used by the cells. However, a side effect of insulin is that it also causes fat to be deposited, and it stimulates your brain to produce hunger signals. So what do you do? You eat more carbohydrates, and the cycle repeats. Restricting the intake of carbohydrates puts a halt to this vicious cycle. When you restrict your carbohydrate intake, your insulin levels decrease and the levels of glucagon increase. Glucagon is a hormone that causes body fat to be burned.
Today, low carb diets are popular among people who want to lose weight fast and bodybuilders. The main philosophy revolves around a condition called "ketosis" -- a state in which fat is primarily used to fuel the body. Ketosis occurs when a person dramatically reduces carbohydrate consumption. Consuming large amounts of carbs raises blood glucose levels, which are balanced out with insulin. But insulin also acts as a storage hormone, which conditions the body to store future carbs as fat in adipose cells in case of starvation. Furthermore, insulin also incites the cells not to release the stored fat.
White Kidney Bean has been shown to be of great value in reducing the rate at which starch is converted to sugar in the digestive process, thus reducing caloric intake. During the digestive process, your body converts carbohydrates, found in starchy foods such as potatoes and pasta, into sugar. Your body does this by breaking-down the carbohydrate molecule with alpha amylase, an enzyme that is produced in the pancreas. These sugar calories are either burned off, through exercise, or stored as fat cells for future use.
Carb Bloc is made with an extract from white kidney beans, which "neutralizes" the digestive enzyme alpha amylase before it can convert starch into glucose and then fat. Essentially, it allows the carbohydrates to pass through the system possibly with less caloric intake. Paired with a sensible diet and regular exercise, Carb Bloc allows you to safely trim fat without extreme dieting.