Slenderiix & Xceler8 Weight Management System

Slenderiix Clinical Trial Proves The Average Weight Loss Is 13-16 Pounds in 28 Days!

The one-of-a-kind formula is made up of 100 percent homeopathic ingredients

When used together in a signature 1250-calorie program, Slenderiix™ and Xceler8 support speedy weight loss, including stubborn belly fat, and reduce the odds of “rebound weight gain.”

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Slenderiiz Ingredients

Ammonium Bromatum: Indicated in chronic laryngeal and pharyngeal catarrh, neuralgic headaches, and obesity.

Avena Sativa: Exhibits selective action on brain and nervous system, favorably influencing their nutritive function. Indicated in nervous exhaustion, sexual debility, and addictive morphine habit. Best tonic for debility after exhausting diseases and sleeplessness, especially of alcoholics. Also addresses nervous states of many chronic female concerns.

Calcarea Carbonica: Chief action is supporting impaired nutritional metabolism; the glands, skin, and bones, being most instrumental in changes evidenced. Needed for increased local and general perspiration [for normal systemic detoxification]… nausea, acidosis, and breathlessness, a jaded state---mental or physical, due to overwork.

Fucus Vesiculosis: A remedy for obesity and non-toxic goiter, thyroid enlargement in obese patients. Digestion is enhanced, normalizing obstinate constipation, and flatulence diminished.

Graphites: An anti-psoric carbon, most active in stout individuals with fairer complexions, with tendencies toward skin affections and constipation, excess fat storage with tendency to obesity, chronic low body temperature, with delayed menstrual history, who become cold easily, may suffer anæmia with redness of face, tendency toward inflammation of the pylorus or duodenal illness.

Ignatia Amara: One of the chief remedies for hysteria. It is especially adapted to the nervous temperament of women who are of sensitive, easily excited nature, quick to react, rapid in execution and change of mental and physical condition, nervous, apprehensive, rigid, trembling who suffer acutely with mental or physical stress.

Lycopodium Clavatum: Supports conditions where ailments are gradually developing with functional weakening regarding digestion, liver function, and predisposition to uric acid metabolism, intolerance to cold and muscular strength. Marked regulating influence upon the glandular (sebaceous) secretions, those benefitting from Lycopodium lack vital heat [indicating lower than optimal metabolism] have poor circulation, with cold extremities, acute temporary pains, and sensitivity to noise and odors.

Nux Vomica: Typical individuals calmed by Nux are thin, spare, quick, active, nervous, and irritable.Especially adapted to digestive disturbances, flatulent abdominal distention and hypochondrial states, Nux may also address conditions such as ravenous hunger, sour taste in mouth, nausea in the morning after eating; weight and pain in stomach, and feeling worse after eating.

Sulfuricum Acidum: This remedy supports those with chronic acidosis, digestive tract abnormalities, and may be evidenced by a craving for stimulants. Tremor and weakness, hurried temperament, hot flashes followed by perspiration with trembling, diminished rate of healing after medical procedures, gastralgia and hypochlorrhydria.

Thyroidinum: Exercises a general regulating influence over the mechanism of the organs of nutrition, growth and development. Used in psoriasis, tachycardia, arrested development in children, linked to improvement in memory, goiter, obesity, mammary tumors, uterine fibroids, fibroid tumors of the breast. Addresses the sensation of faintness and nausea, extreme weakness and hunger, sensitivity to cold and symptoms of Hypothyroidism after acute diseases, i.e, weakness, easy fatigue, weak pulse.

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Losing Weight With Slenderiix Is Easy

Belly Fat is the most difficult fat to lose. In fact there are diets and pills that focus directly on stubborn belly fat. The fat that is stored around the belly is only used by the body during times of starvation or pregnancy. If you are a man… the only option you have is starvation, if you want to get that six pack back.

Fortunately Slenderiix makes losing belly fat easy. Just take the drops follow the system and you will see results like you have never seen before with any other program. In fact you could lose up to ¾ pound per day.

Are Slenderiix and Xceler8 Safe?

Yes, they are! Slenderiix is 100% homeopathic and it is also 100% hormone free and it is manufactured in the USA, in a FDA approved homeopathic facility. There are NO drugs or synthetic chemicals found in Slenderiix.

Slenderiix employs a modernized approach to homeopathy, blending individual proven remedies into one cohesive formula to effectively address all imbalances which contribute to abnormal weight gain. Contributing factors include hormonal responses to excessive stress—whether dietary, emotional or environmental; capacity for cellular detoxification, neurotransmitter communication, stable hunger patterns and freedom from addictive behaviors, all of which contribute to systemic flushing of abnormal fat stores, when balance in achieved. Slenderiix was successfully tested in over 10,000 patients prior to ARIIX obtaining exclusivity and beginning in-house beta testing and clinical observation in 2011.

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