Ultra Botanicals - Relora Patented Extracts 250 mg. - 90 Vegetarian Capsules
Ultra Botanicals Relora Patented Extracts 250 mg. - 90 Vegetable Caps Ultra Botanicals Relora Patented Extracts 250 mg. is a patented herbal blend of specific actives from the bark of Magnolia officinalis and Phellodendron amurense clinically tested and show to help: Alleviate Stress & Stress-Related Eating Promote Health Weight Management Free of milk, corn, soy, salt, sugar, wheat, yeast, artificial flavors or preservatives You can be 100% certain that they offer all of their products in the purest form possible. A natural and pure product is every customer's right.Additives and Why Should You Try To Avoid ThemAdditives include:Binders, which are glue-like substances used to form powdered nutrients into tablets, flowing agents and lubricants, which are used to assist the flow of nutrients through the manufacturing process, fillers, which are additives possessing a "fluffy" quality that make capsules look uniformly full, as well as coloring agents, coatings and glazes. Additives generally have little or no nutritive valueThe objective of taking a dietary supplement is for the herbs or nutrients to break down and be utilized by our bodies. Additives do not generally facilitate this process. In fact, some individuals feel that additives can actually hinder this process. The best nutritional supplements promote the quick uptake by the body of the nutrients they possess. They do this by being in a form that the body can easily assimilate so it can access the herb or nutrient and expose it to processes that will ultimately lead to the nutrient taking part in cellular metabolism. While some people are sensitive and may react allergically to certain additives, the most unfortunate fact regarding additives is that some additives have been shown in preliminary in vitro studies to possess possible harmful effects. Some of the Common Additives and Excipients Used in Manufacturing are as Follows:Stearic Acid - A binder typically used in the manufacturing of tablets.