Waist-Line Control Review

by The Diet Critic on September 15, 2018

Waist-Line Control Review
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Waist-Line Control from LifeExtension is a dietary supplement that supposedly “targets excessive abdominal fat.” This OTC diet product has been designed to help users reduce caloric intake and reduce the accumulations of abdominal fat via its dual-action formula that contains a specialized peptide complex. The makers behind this formula also claim that it is “simulant free and without side effects.”

According to the supplement facts sheet when this Waist-Line Control review was written, each 2 vegetarian capsule serving size contained 500 mg of the Eatless peptide complex (S. cerevisiae).

The suggested directions are to take 2 capsules twice per day prior to breakfast and dinner, or as recommended by a healthcare practitioner. It is also recommended for users to take Waist-Line Control in combination with a healthy diet and regular exercise program.

Waist-Line Control Pros

Wait-Line Control is stimulant-free. Having no stimulant ingredients, this means that there should be no risk of unwanted side effects directly related to stimulants, such as insomnia, anxiety, restlessness, heart palpitation, rapid heartbeat, etc.

It contains only one active ingredient, S. cerevisiae. Saccharomyces cerevisiae-derived peptides are a specialized peptide complex that is isolated through a natural fermentation process. This same fermentation process is used in the production of beer. In human trials, research found that this specialized peptide complex decreased abdominal fat and lowered body mass index (BMI).

The way that this complex is believed to work is it regulates hormones in the brain by influencing signaling molecules that are a part of appetite production and control. It is also thought to suppress the activity of enzymes that are in charge of fat storage, inhibiting the accumulation of excess fatty deposits.

Waist-Line Control Cons

While the above sounds promising, the reality is that very little research has been conducted on S. cerevisiae in relation to weight loss. Therefore, there is no proof that taking Waist-Line Control will lead to you consuming less or losing abdominal fat.

Furthermore, simply because this product does not contain stimulants does not mean that it is safe to take or that is without side effects. The most common side effect associated with this ingredient is excess gas. It may also cause migraine-like headaches in some people.

Furthermore, S. cerevisiae may interact with certain medications and may not be safe to take if you have certain health conditions. Therefore, it is in your best interest to first consult with your doctor prior to taking Waist-Line Control.

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