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    How it works

    Body Fat Reduction

    When you eat, your body uses those calories for energy. Any calories not used are stored as fat. Stored fat sits around (typically on your waist, hips and thighs) waiting, until it's needed used to produce body heat or energy.

    This is your 'metabolism'. Having an efficient metabolism is essential to burning more body fat. The more efficient your metabolism works, the quicker the stored energy (fat) is used up. 

    Xdralean® uses active ingredients that naturally raise your body temperature, boosting your metabolism and encouraging your body to burn more calories.

    Energy Boost

    To lose weight, you need to burn more calories than you consume. To burn more calories you need a combination of eating less, eating healthy foods and being more active.

    Xdralean® contains natural ingredients to give you energy when you exercise. If you burn more calories you go into a calorie deficit which is when the fat burning process happens. Xdralean® will not give you the jitters and insomnia associated with caffeine based supplements but instead provides a gentle and sustained energy boost throughout the day.

    So, no matter if it’s a workout at the gym, a walk in the park or your own home routine, Xdralean® can help you achieve more.

    Control Cravings

    One of the easiest ways to achieve calorie deficit is to eat smaller portions and limit high calorie carbohydrate and sugary snacks.

    Certain ingredients in Xdralean® make you feel fuller for longer which can help reduce carbohydrate and sugar cravings. By snacking less, you’ll automatically reduce your calorie intake, pushing you further into a calorie deficit. 

    Xdralean® uses the natural Glucomannan (Konjac Fibre) to help promote the feeling of fullness, whilst simultaneously reducing levels of the hunger hormone ghrelin. The result is a satisfying feeling which means you won’t reach for the biscuit tin!

    Glucomannan has been recognised by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) in relation to weight loss.