Almased Synergy Diet Teaches Body to ‘Think Thin’

Feb 1, 2007

The Almased Turbo Diet, according to its manufacturer, is a “stimulant free” diet that teaches the body to “think thin.”

According to Almased USA, Inc., “The unique composition and synergistic effects of the ingredients invigorate the body metabolism and promote weight loss by burning long-term fat deposits.”

Almased combines 53 percent soy, 22 percent skim milk, and 25 percent raw honey rich in enzymes into a fermented “Vital Nourishment” powder. It has a low glycemic index of 27 and a very low glycemic load of 4. It contains no ephedrine, caffeine, or artificial fillers.

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Source: Almased

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