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Posted by on Apr 10, 2017 in Herbs T-Z | 0 comments

White Kidney Bean Extract

White Kidney Bean is an American natural. Long known to be a highly nutritious source of fiber and minerals, it is now thought to interfere with the absorption of complex carbohydrates (pasta, breads, potatoes, etc.); and as a “starch blocker,” White Kidney Bean is said to be very helpful as a support for weight loss programs.   Recent research indicates that supplemental White Kidney Bean may be able to support decreased risk of developing Type-2 diabetes and lower cholesterol.

White bean extract is a natural substance commonly sold in
supplement form. Often referred to as Phaselous vulgaris,
white bean extract is typically marketed as a “starch blocker.”

Proponents claim that white bean extract can prevent alpha-amylase
(an enzyme that occurs naturally in the body) from breaking down
carbohydrates into glucose (sugar). By slowing up alpha-amylase
activity, proponents suggest, white bean extract leaves behind less
glucose for the body to turn into fat.

Not only touted as a natural weight loss aid, white bean extract
is said to keep blood sugar in check, fight insulin resistance,
protect against diabetes and heart disease, enhance athletic
performance, increase energy, ease symptoms of arthritis,
and aid in the prevention of colon cancer.

Natural product absorbs fat in the digestive system allowing
it to pass with little or no side effects.

Since it prevents the proper digestion of carbohydrates, white kidney
bean extract can cause several unwanted gastrointestinal side effects,
including heartburn, excessive gas, and diarrhea.
Quite simply: White Kidney Bean extract is not an ephedrine alternative

and the two supplements can not be compared because each belongs to a different substance class.


1tsp=3400 mg