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Why Does It Have Doctors and Scientists so Excited?

The media and popular TV doctors are all praising this new weight loss supplement containing pure Coleus Forskohlii Extract. It's quickly becoming the Hottest Fat Burning Solution in the country.

This unique and rare extract from the Coleus Forskohlii (Forskolin) is native to South America and India. Forskolin has been used for hundreds of years in traditional medicine systems for the treatment of a variety of ailments.

Forskolin is the revolutionary weight loss miracle that is helping countless people lose weight without diet and exercise.

Coleus Forskohlii Extract promotes healthy weight management and healthy weight loss, and is currently the best fat blocking product available.

It is not a "magic pill" for weight loss or weight management (indeed, no magic pill exists). Therefore, continuing to limit your starch and fat intake is recommended when using Forskolin. Some nutritional supplement manufacturers have claimed that Coleus Forskohlii Extract is the most effective fat loss causing ingredient.

Quite simply: Coleus Forskohlii Extract is not an ephedrine alternative and the two can not be compared because each belong to a different substance class. This revolutionary breakthrough is your fat blocking solution!

Blocking Carb Absorption and Weight Loss
Numerous studies have shown that the use of Forskolin can indeed contribute to weight loss and healthier living.

One such study, published in Alternative Medicine Review, was titled:

Blocking Carbohydrate Absorption and Weight Loss: A Clinical Trial Using Coleus Forskohlii.
This eight week study was randomized, double-blind, and placebo-controlled. Roughly half the participants received this amazing fat/starch blocker and the other half a placebo. Results showed that after eight weeks the fat/starch blocker group lost an average of 3.79 pounds per week, compared with the placebo group, which lost an average of 1.65 pounds per week. The 129% difference in results between the two groups is statistically significant, and similar trends were seen at two, four, and six week intervals when the study concluded.