Support your diet goals and digestive health
MAAX Redux® are appetite suppressant capsules based on purified natural psyllium helping to reduce appetite naturally and having a prolonged satiety after meals without adding to the overall caloric intake! As an ideal companion for every diet, our capsules support you in achieving or maintaining your desired weight.
MAAX Redux® is a highly effective medical device class I, and contents 120 capsules for 14 to 30 days. Take 3 to 5 capsules 1/2 hour before lunch and/or dinner.
CONTROL HUNGER AND OVEREATING
The purified psyllium fibre of MAAX Redux® has the ability to promote satiety and weight loss. It swells up to 20 times compared to its original size when taken with water. This expansion gives a full- feeling and helps to control hunger and overeating.
The power of nature
MAAX Redux® is based on purified psyllium which is a form of fiber made from the husks of the Plantago ovata plant’s seeds. Taken with water, psyllium husk swells in your stomach and makes you feel fuller.
It slows the movement of food from your stomach into the intestines, thereby making you feel full for a longer period and increasing appetite-suppressing signals. Furthermore it helps harmonizing bowel movement and calms your bowel mucosa to reduce bloating and intestinal gas (reference sources 5,6).
• Treat obesity and control weight
• Increase the feeling of satiety and thus to reduce appetite
Take 3-5 capsules with suffienct liquid 30 minutes before each main meal.
Regular intake of MAAX REDUX® should be up to 30 consecutive days.
Pause 3 days before continuation.
One capsule of appetite suppressant consists of 400 mg Indian psyllium husk, sodium bicarbonate, magnesium stearate. The capsule shell consists of hydroxypropylmethylcellulosis.
It is important that you hydrate often (water or non-alcoholic beverages) throughout the day during the treatment. Always take the capsules with at least 200mL of water. Do not chew the capsules.
The product is free of gluten and lactose, suitable for vegetarians and vegans. 100 % pure and natural, contains no chemicals.
purified psyllium fibre
The purified psyllium fibre of MAAX Redux® has the ability to promote satiety and weight loss. It swells up to 20 times compared to its original size when taken with water. This expansion gives a full- feeling and helps to control hunger and overeating. Scientific research found that psyllium is a useful supplement for weight control as it reduces the caloric intake and ensures a longer satiety (source reference no. 1).
Psyllium fibre act as a colon cleanse (source reference no. 2) which is able to remove certain toxic and non-toxic elements that may be harming your bowel function. It also functions as a powerful anti-inflammatory which is a very important feature of this fibre. Some important studies have been done on the effects of psyllium husk on ulcerative colitis and irritable bowel diseases (source reference no. 3).
Not only does it help prolong remission, but it also has a healing effect on the colon by repairing the protective lining system which also reduces flareups.
Energy boost and stabilization of blood sugar
Taking psyllium fibre can lead to much higher energy levels during the day which is related to the improvements in fat clearance, stabilization of blood sugar and the purification of the intestine (source reference no. 4).
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