Almased 101

Whether you want to lose weight and burn fat or have a better metabolism or energy level, we’re going to explain how you can achieve better health, simply from adding Almased to your daily diet.

First things first: What is Almased?

Almased is an all-natural powdered formula made with high quality non-GMO soy, probiotic yogurt and enzyme-rich honey in a unique fermentation process.

What makes it so special and how does it work in the body?

Almased helps to speed up the metabolism and improve energy levels without any caffeine or stimulants. It also helps burn body fat without reducing muscle mass as well as reduce appetite. In addition, Almased supports blood sugar and thyroid health. It also comes with a diet program that is easy to follow, which makes it easy to stick to.

How can you use Almased?

During the holiday season, it is easy to find yourself indulging in high-calorie, carb-rich foods like pies, gingerbread, and eggnog. While our taste buds are satisfied in the short-term, continual overeating of heavy foods can not only be detrimental to our health, but also slow down the metabolism, making us feel sluggish. To help you start this year off free from holiday gluttony guilt, restore your body’s energy level by following Almased’s 14-Day Figure Plan. Almased can help you reset your metabolism, maintain healthy blood sugar levels, and help with the bloat that affects your weight and the way you feel. Here’s how:

1. Reset the metabolism

Reducing calories, fat and carbs to the level that is needed by your body allows your body’s metabolism to run more efficiently. At the same time, taking in a good level of protein will help maintain and build muscle that is biologically active, so that your body can burn calories even at rest. Almased helps reset your metabolism by reducing calories, fat, and carbs from your diet while providing a healthy amount of protein. For the first three days of the 14-Day Figure Plan, drink Almased (8 Tbsp with 10 – 12 oz of water, skim or almond milk) three times daily. Then continue the program as described in the brochure.

Not all foods elevate your blood sugar and insulin levels equally. Whether those levels increase a little or a lot depends on the glycemic index (GI) of the food you consume.

What does Glycemic Index Mean?

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