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Nutrabasics- Phaseolamin

Phaseolamin is a substance extracted from white beans. This active ingredient is naturally present in beans, although it was not discovered until 1975. From that date, it began to be studied in depth.

Phaseolamin is valued in amylase inhibitory activity. Amylase is an enzyme that takes part in the carbohidrates digestion. The inhibitory capacity of this activity is 8000 IU.

Ingredients

Ingredients Quantity/ Daily dose
Phaseoalamin
Phaseolus vulgaris L. Ratio 12:1. 8000 UI
1000 mg
Other Ingredients:
Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose, microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stereate and silicon dioxide.

How to use

Take 2 capsules right before each meal rich in carbohydrates, with a glass of water.
Do not exceed 4 capsules per day.

Packaging

Contains 48 capsules of 790 mg each.
Total weight 37,92 g (1.34 oz)

Additional info

High Enzymatic Activity

Phaseolamin capsules have a high biological activity, therefore to get the same results it is needed less amount per daily dose. The enzyme activity represents the ability of the phaseolamin to inhibit amylase activity, being amylase the enzyme that process complex carbohydrates. The higher the activity, the greater the inhibition of this enzyme and, therefore, less carbohydrates are processed.

Vegetable-based capsules

The capsules we use are vegetable-based, made from hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, and have been certified by the Vegetarian Society. Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose is obtained from the cellulose found in various plant structures.

Free from Allergens

We have ensured that our Phaseolamin capsules have not come into contact with the most common allergens, in particular with gluten.

Blister packs

Our Phaseolamin capsules come in blister packs: they protect the contents from any knocks as well as from environmental factors, ensuring that the product remains intact for as long as possible. This type of packaging is the best for protection against humidity and microbial contamination.