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Fat Free PM™

$29.99

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DIRECTIONS: Take 1-3 capsules of Fat Free PM™ 30-45 minutes before bed time with 12 oz. of fluid. For best results product can be taken with or without food.


With Fat Free PM™, your workout is just getting started when your head hits the pillow each night! While you sleep, Fat Free PM can help you rest soundly by promoting fat oxidation and energy restoration. As the second part of our two-stage weight management system, Fat Free PM’s convenient encapsulated formulation contains key ingredients that crush late-day carbs and fat! The components in Fat Free PM support the reduction of daytime fatigue through optimized sleep patterns while promoting a favorable night-time metabolic state for fat oxidation. These powerful ingredients also provide other ancillary benefits, ranging from a mood-enhancing effect to supporting a healthy cellular metabolic response that fights “bad” free radicals. If you’re eating smart and elevating your workout regimen during the day, don’t throw it all away with late-night binging on carbs—let Fat Free PM help take your workout to the next level.

In conjunction with Applied Nutriceuticals Fat Free™, ingredients in Fat Free PM work around the clock to burn fat, alleviate night-time cravings, and provide a restful sleep with no “hangover” the next day. While most conventional fat burners only work for 8-10 hours per day, rest assured that Fat Free PM (when combined with Fat Free AM) is working 24/7. Our cutting-edge new Fat Free PM formula utilizes several upgraded ingredients from our original Lipo PM™ formula, ensuring you get the results YOU have always wanted.

1. Melatonin—aids in sleep patterns in multiple studies, as it mimics the hormone responsible for inducing
sleep. Melatonin has been shown to alter food intake, blood glucose, and serum lipids. In addition, there is
mounting evidence between shorter sleep periods and obesity, with at least 40 studies demonstrating an
inverse link between self-reported sleep and weight gain (5-10).

2. 5-HTP (Griffonia simplicifolia)— is a precursor to the powerful mood-enhancing neurotransmitter serotonin. 5-HTP has been demonstrated to have a potent appetite-reducing capacity in multiple studies, with the oral administration
of 5-HTP producing a marked decrease of appetite and weight loss in controlled human studies, on dosages of 40 mg per day and higher (11-14).

3. Fucoxanthin (Undaria pinnatifida)—is a powerful carotenoid non-stimulant metabolic aid found in wakame that possesses the ability to mediate lipolysis in human studies, which can help decrease body weight, body fat, and other markers associated with obesity (1-4).

 
References
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9. Rojdmark et al Short-term fasting inhibits the nocturnal melatonin secretion in healthy man. Clinical Endocrinol (Oxf).  1989 Apr;30(4):451-7.
10. Cangiano et al Eating behavior and adherence to dietary prescriptions in obese adult subjects treated with 5-hydroxytryptophan Am J Clin Nutr. 1992 Nov;56(5):863-7.
11. Ceci et al The effects of oral 5-hydroxytryptophan administration on feeding behavior in obese adult female subjects J Neural Transm. 1989;76(2):109-17.
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14. Leibowitz et al Hypothalamic serotonin in control of eating behavior, meal size, and body weight. Biol Psychiatry. 1998 Nov 1;44(9):851-64. huperzine A on acetylcholinesterase by increasing the affinity with serum albumin.

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