Merch annotations describe blocker calories as the full and effective supplements to fight obesity.
Part of the truth in this statement is. Means really natural. The main component of the blocker calories - an extract of white kidney beans.
This hood blocks the action of the enzyme alpha-amylase, which converts complex carbohydrates into sugar. It is an excess and is deposited as fat. But questions immediately arise. Even in the advertisement stated - miracle drug blocks not calories. But is all the fault of complex carbohydrates? After all, most readily the body accumulates fat and simple carbohydrates in large quantities contained in sweets. It is necessary to limit their use. Are we trying to fool?
It is difficult to answer this question unambiguously. All the matter is that laboratory tests have shown different results. In vitro chemical reaction was excellent - gastric enzymes were turned off from work. He gave different results of experiments on living organisms. Taking an extract of the white kidney bean laboratory mice initially lost weight really. But then gained weight, often even more than before the experiment. Scientists have found out: it is in the self-regulation of the body - it adapts to the diet, and begin to produce a larger dose of the enzyme to digest the complex carbohydrates. Simply put, some time to take a blocker of calories becomes simply useless.
There is another danger - a disorder of the digestive process. Interference in a thin system of the gastrointestinal tract does not pass without leaving a trace. The food is not processed completely and becomes a cause of putrefaction in the intestines. That is why in the advertising annotations as common side effects of receiving blocker indicated bloating, cramps and bloating.
Today calorie blockers are advertised as the latest scientific developments. This is not true. Supplements made from white kidney beans with the 1980s known sports nutritionist to speak directly about their little effect. But the saddest thing is that the blockers psychologically justify the use of harmful products.