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Korean Pine Nuts - Insulin Resistance Diet / Satiety
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Dosage and Use:

  • To reduce meal size, take three softgels 30-60 minutes before the meal with the highest caloric content, or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner.
  • To reduce snacking, you can take three softgels between meals.
  • Do not exceed six softgels daily.
  • The best time to use this product may be in the evening to reduce food intake before bedtime.

Side Effects:  Appetite suppression

Warnings Information:

  • Keep out of reach of children and pregnant and/or lactating women
  • Do not exceed recommended dose
  • If you have a bad reaction, discontinue use immediately
  • When using Pine Nuts Appetite Suppressants, please inform your physician.
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