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What is Almased:
Almased is a meal replacement powder made from 3 high-quality ingredients, non-GMO soy, yogurt and enzyme-rich honey, combined in a unique process that releases bioactive peptides. The exclusive formula is nutrient-dense and all-natural, with NO artificial fillers, flavors, added sugars, preservatives or stimulants. Almased is diabetic-friendly, gluten-free and suitable for vegetarians.
There are many varieties of fasting. Anyone can fast, but it depends on the individual preferences and circumstances which method is best for you. Whichever fast you decide on, all of them can be optimized with Almased.*
It also keeps your metabolism and energy levels up and helps to retain muscle mass and avoid hunger. All of these are important to achieve the benefits of a fast without having to worry about negative side effects like fatigue or the dreaded yo-yo effect.
With a 30-year history, over 15 years of scientific research, and thousands of happy customers, it’s hard to argue against the success of the Almased Diet. However, while Almased excels at activating the metabolism naturally and promoting quick, easy and sustainable weight loss, that’s not the only thing it can be used for. Almased can do so much more!
The constantly increasing number of different diets has become overwhelming for many people who want to lose weight. What should they eat, how much, and at what time of the day? Is it calories, carbs, or fat that matter? Should they follow the latest trend or rely on old-fashioned approaches? In addition, the effectiveness and success of any diet not only depends on the program itself, but mainly on the individual user and their circumstances.
Originally formulated to support the metabolism, Almased has provided superior beneficial effects for weight loss. Not only does Almased help burn fat, but it also helps to maintain muscle mass and supports healthy blood sugar levels and thyroid function. As more people trust Almased as their weight loss solution, many customers with thyroid issues wonder whether Almased could be right for them. Here’s what you need to know:
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