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Special Mineral Supplement

A revolutionary new, all natural weight management product, when taken as a dietary supplement, can be used as an effective addition to a weight management program. The hydroxycitric acid component of InnerTrim has been shown in numerous scientific studies to effectively curb appetite and suppress food intake. In addition (-)hydroxycitric acid inhibits lipogenesis, the process by which the body produces and stores fat and cholesterol. The combination of these activities results in the regulation of obesity without the side effects associated with most pharmacological weight management substances. InnerTrim works with the body's own natural processes at the cellular level of carbohydrate and fat metabolism, reducing fat and cholesterol synthesis while at the same time increasing glycogen production. This, in turn, increases glucoreceptor stimulation in the liver, amplifying the satiety signal to the brain via the vagus nerve and thus reducing appetite.

Ingredients: Each 450 mg capsule contains 375 mg Garcinia cambogia and 5 mg Chromium Citrate 2.5% (equivalent to 125 mcg Chromium) in a herbal base of Butternut Root Bark, Cascara Segrada Bark, Rhubarb Root, Ginger Root, Licorice Root, Irish Moss Plant, and Cayenne Fruit Plant.

InnerTrim, when taken as directed, will have a threefold effect in the control of excess weight:

  1. An effective appetite suppressant
  2. An effective cleanser with the use of water, fruit or vegetable juice
  3. Herbs that act as a natural and mild laxative

Suggested Use: 2 capsules, 30 minutes prior to meals with 8 oz of fluid, or as directed by your physician. Adequate fluid is necessary for thorough assimilation.

Caution: Do not use if you are pregnant.

InnerTrim is a natural product and does not contain any artificial preservatives, color, milk, soya, corn, wheat Or yeast.

InnerSense International Inc. makes no medical claim or specific recommendation for
the use of their products either direct or implied for any real or imagined medical ailment.

1995 InnerSense July/95