The Fill Pill™ Contains The Most Advanced Nutraceutical Ingredients For Weight Loss
How Does It Work?
When you take 4 of The Fill Pill™ with 16 oz of water your body is getting dietary fiber from glucomannan, glycosides from caralluma, along with vitamins and calcium. The combination of the expanding properties of the glucomannan in water along with the glycosides, vitamins and calcium fool your body into feeling full. Since your body requires calories for daily activity and The Fill Pill™ has none it will look to your fat reserves to get the calories it needs to function. This will cause a rapid loss of fat and in turn weight loss.
The Key Ingredients
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Glucomannan (Amorphophallus Konjak) - Expands 50 Plus Times Its Size and has many beneficial properties including weight loss.
Properties: Anorectic, Antacid, Cholagogue, Digestive Nutrition, Purgative
Primary Nutrients: Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Niacin, Phosphorus, Selenium, Silicon, Sodium, Vitamins A, C, B1, B2 and Zinc
Primary Uses: Blood Sugar Disorders, Cholesterol/high, Constipation,
Diverticulitis, Hemorrhoids, Obesity
Secondary Uses: Atherosclerosis, Blood Pressure/high, Diabetes,
Gastric Problems, Hypoglycemia, Pancreatic Problems
Glucomannan helps reduce cholesterol, maintain regularity,
and promote intestinal health. It also aids in normalizing
blood sugar levels, relieves stress on the pancreas, and
discourages blood sugar abnormalities such as hypoglycemia.
* Collects fat from the colon wall and discharges it from
* Combined with diet and exercise, Glucomannnan is helpful
in a weight loss program.
* Effective at absorbing toxicity resulting from improper
Glucomannan is derived from konjac flour, which comes from
the tuber of the various species of amorphophallus plants
(related to the common philodendron). Konjac flour has a
long history in China and Japan where it has traditionally
been used as a food substance to thicken foods, much like
guar and xanthan gums, and as a general health aid for skin
Glucomannan is a unique herb, also classified as a soluble
dietary fiber, providing dietary fiber with no calories.
On its way through the body, glucomannan collects and removes
fat from the colon wall, thereby promoting bowel elimination;
while absorbing intestinal toxins and helping to normalize
Glucomannan has been receiving more attention lately due
to its role in weight loss. It is believed that the expansion of glucomannan
in the gastrointestinal tract is a major contributing factor
to weight loss. Glucomannan expands up to sixty times its
own weight. This swelling causes the subject to experience
a feeling of satiety; and they therefore consume less food.
According to PDR Health online, in an eight-week double-blind
study, 20 obese subjects received 1 gram of glucomannan
or placebo daily. The overweight subjects were instructed
not to change their eating or exercising habits. The average
weight loss of the subjects who received the glucomannan
supplements was 5.5 pounds. Their serum cholesterol and
LDL cholesterol levels were significantly reduced as well.
Glucomannan may also play a potential role in normalizing
blood sugar. This could give glucomannan the ability to
improve glycemic control in Type 2 Diabetes. This is due
to the delaying of the absorption of carbohydrates. By increasing
the gastric-emptying time and/or the decreasing small intestinal
transit time, your body has less of an opportunity to store
those carbs as fat.
Aside from glucomannan's role in normalizing blood sugar
and promoting weight loss, it provides your body with a
good source of fiber, which the typical American diet is
lacking. Fiber helps to lower blood cholesterol levels and
stabilize blood sugar, helping to prevent colon cancer,
constipation, hemorrhoids, obesity, and many more disorders.
It also helps to rid the body of toxic metals. Because most
diets are deficient of fiber, it is important to start supplementing
in small doses. Too much fiber may decrease your absorption
of zinc, iron, and calcium.
Fiber supplements, such as glucomannan, combined with high-fiber
foods, such as whole-grain cereals and flours, brown rice,
bran, fresh fruit, raw vegetables, etc., are an essential
part of a healthy, well-balanced, low-carb diet.
Glucomannan is considered non-toxic, but anyone suffering
from any blood sugar-related disease should check with their
physician before using the supplement.
Glucomannan dramatically expands when ingested, it MUST
be followed by substantial amounts of water.
Caralluma has been used as a portable food for hunting, and as an appetite suppressant during times of famine in India. It is also used to suppress hunger and appetite and enhance stamina. It blocks enzymes, therefore encouraging the burning of fat reserves, and lowering blood sugar levels. It is also believed to have an effect on the appetite control center of the brain.
Caralluma fimbriata is an edible cactus, used by tribal Indians to suppress hunger and enhance endurance. The effect of Caralluma extract was assessed in overweight individuals by a placebo controlled randomized trial.
Fifty adult men and women (25-60 years) with a body mass index
(BMI) greater than 25kg/m(2) were randomly assigned into a
placebo or experimental group; the latter received 1g of Caralluma
extract per day for 60 days. All subjects were given standard
advice regarding a weight reducing diet and physical activity.
At the end of 30 and 60 days of intervention, blood glucose
and lipids, anthropometric measurements, dietary intake and
assessment of appetite was performed. Waist
circumference and hunger levels over the observation period
showed a significant decline in the experimental group when
compared to the placebo group. While there was a trend towards
a greater decrease in body weight, body mass index, hip circumference,
body fat and energy intake between assessment time points
in the experimental group, these were not significantly different
between experimental and placebo groups. Caralluma extract
appears to suppress appetite, and reduce waist circumference
when compared to placebo over a 2month period.
Appetite. 2007 May;48(3):338-44. Epub 2006 Nov 13. Division of Nutrition, Institute of Population Health and Clinical Research, St John's National Academy of Health Sciences, Bangalore 560034, India.
Vitamins Play A vital Role In Your Body's Mental, Emotional, And Physical health.
The Fill Pill™ Is Designed So That If You Take Three 4-Pill Servings In A Day You Get A Full Days Vitamins And Calcium.
Read below to learn what role each vitamin plays in your well being.
Vitamin A, also called retinol, helps your eyes adjust to light changes when you come in from outside and also helps keep your eyes, skin and mucous membranes moist. Vitamin A mostly comes from animal foods, but some plant-based foods supply beta-carotene, which your body then converts into Vitamin A. It also has antioxidant properties that neutralize free radicals in the body that cause tissue and cellular damage.
Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, helps to heal wounds,
prevent cell damage, promote healthy gums and teeth, and
strengthen the immune system. It also helps the body absorb
iron. Recent research has indicated that vitamin C may be
associated with delayed aging and disease prevention by
destroying 'free radicals'-the molecules associated with
aging and cell damage.
Vitamin E acts as a powerful antioxidant by neutralizing
free radicals in the body that cause tissue and cellular
damage. Vitamin E also contributes to a healthy circulatory
system and aids in proper blood clotting and improves wound
healing. Some studies have shown that vitamin E decreases
symptoms of premenstrual syndrome and certain types of breast
Vitamin B1, also known as thiamin, helps fuel your body
by converting blood sugar into energy. It keeps your mucous
membranes healthy and is essential for nervous system, cardiovascular
and muscular function.
Vitamin B2, also called riboflavin, works with other vitamins
in the B complex to process calories from carbohydrates,
protein and fat. Your body needs it for growth and red cell
production, and adequate riboflavin intake promotes healthy
skin and good vision.
Vitamin B3 is also called niacin. Like all the B-complex
vitamins, it is important for converting calories from protein,
fat and carbohydrates into energy. But it also helps the
digestive system function and promotes a normal appetite
and healthy skin and nerves.
The body uses pantothenic acid, also known as vitamin B5,
to break down carbohydrates, proteins and fats for energy.
Some claims have been made that pantothenic acid is effective
for treatment of nerve damage, breathing problems, itching
and other skin problems.
Vitamin B6, also known as pyridoxine, helps brain function
and helps the body convert protein to energy. Some research
has shown that vitamin B6 works with folic acid and B12
to reduce levels of homocysteine (an amino acid) in the
blood. Elevated homocysteine levels can increase a person's
risk of heart attack.
Calcium Citrate + Vitamin D and Magnesium
Calcium is a mineral that is found naturally in foods.
Calcium is necessary for many normal functions of your body,
especially bone formation and maintenance. Calcium can also
bind to other minerals (such as phosphate) and aid in their
removal from the body.
Calcium citrate is used to prevent and to treat calcium
deficiencies such as osteoporosis.
The major biologic function of vitamin D is to maintain
normal blood levels of calcium and phosphorus . By promoting
calcium absorption, vitamin D helps to form and maintain
strong bones. Vitamin D also works in concert with a number
of other vitamins, minerals, and hormones to promote bone
mineralization. Without vitamin D, bones can become thin,
brittle, or misshapen. Vitamin D sufficiency prevents rickets
in children and osteomalacia in adults, two forms of skeletal
diseases that weaken bones.
Magnesium is an essential mineral, playing a key role in
over 300 enzymatic reactions in metabolism. Magnesium is
involved in energy production and storage, the breakdown
of fatty acids, protein synthesis, DNA metabolism, the relaxation
of both voluntary and involuntary muscle tissue, neuro-transmitter
activity, and hormone regulation. Magnesium is stored primarily
in the bones, and along with other minerals, plays a role
in the metabolism of bone.
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