SlimBiome® is an award-winning patented ingredient formulated
by leading UK universities in the field and key opinion leaders in the
microbiome, functional food ingredients, and weight management.
It offers a weight management system that utilises microbiome science
and is backed by strong scientific principles rather than simply relying
on willpower alone.
SlimBiome® helps consumers to reduce food intake cravings by promoting the feeling of fullness and maintaining blood glucose levels. This approach helps consumers to help themselves. Many diets focus on simply reducing calories in a bid to aid weight loss which is not always sustainable, and commonly leads to failure due to food cravings taking over. SlimBiome® helps to reduce hunger and therefore takes the willpower out of the equation, leading to a more successful and sustainable approach to weight management.
Metalite Pro is presented as a
replacement for one or more meals of the daily diet.
It is used alongside conventional food, as part
of an energy restricted diet, to facilitate and maintain
Meal replacement products (MRPs) are low-calorie meals taken in place of breakfast, lunch or dinner. This makes it easier for people who are looking to lose or maintain weight to control their calorie intake, as they no longer need to control their portions like they would need to do with ‘normal foods’.
The composition of Metalite Pro is based on the latest scientific research to ensure that it provides consumers with nutritionally complete meals, while promoting weight loss and weight management. It contains protein, carbohydrates and fat and is also fortified with multiple vitamins and minerals. This makes it a healthier alternative to more conventional dieting methods through ‘normal foods’, as the intake of adequate levels of essential nutrients is guaranteed.
You can determine if you require weight loss by calculating your BMI (Body Mass Index). The term obese is assigned to a male individual who weighs 20% or more over the maximum desirable for a man’s height. In females the term obese is assigned to individuals who weigh 25% or more over the maximum desirable for a woman’s height. Obesity is also defined as a BMI (body mass index) over 30 kg/m2. BMI is calculated by dividing your weight by your height squared.