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Stixated™ (30 packets)
Stock No. 6540
Sip away cravings with Stixated. Add this delicious appetite control mix (featuring Garcinia cambogia and chromium picolinate) to water to help satisfy cravings between meals.
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- Satisfies cravings between meals*
- Promotes a feeling of fullness*
- Helps you consume fewer calories*
How It Works:
Sip Away Cravings This delicious, berry-flavored drink mix features Garcinia cambogia and chromium picolinate to help curb your appetite between meals. Formulated with a novel fiber blend, Stixated promotes satiety, helping you consume fewer calories throughout the day. Get Stixated and satisfy your hunger today.*
Garcinia cambogia—an extract of the rind of a small, pumpkin-shaped fruit native to Southeast Asia, Garcinia cambogiahas a long tradition of safe use. Our pure extract is standardized to 60 percent of its active ingredient, hydroxycitric acid (HCA), which may promote feelings of fullness, helping you consume fewer calories during the day. Chromium—a trace mineral found in small amounts in whole grains and brightly colored fruits and vegetables, chromium picolinate activates insulin, which helps the body burn blood sugar instead of storing it as fat. By supporting already-normal blood sugar balance, chromium may also help with food cravings that are triggered by low glucose levels. Fiber blend—each stick pack contains 3 grams of soluble fiber from vegetables and short-chain fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS), a naturally sweet, prebiotic fiber. Studies show that consuming fiber may help with w
eight management partly by promoting feelings of fullness.
Packaged for convenience, Stixated stick packs are easy to take along and use anywhere. Simply pour the contents of one packet into 16 ounces of water and stir. Consume one packet or more daily between meals when you feel hungry *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.