Body Shape

60 tablets

with Brindleberry (HCA)
& Hoodia Cactus

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Body Shape
Body Shape is a combination of natural herbs and nutrients that assist with weight management and control of fat metabolism. This synergistic blend of ingredients is beneficial for suppressing appetite, increasing energy levels and providing support for a healthy lifestyle. Body Shape is best taken in conjunction with an exercise regime, balanced calorie-conscious diet and 6 – 8 glasses of water daily.
Ingredients: Hoodia cactus 2000mg, Brindleberry 2000mg (Providing HCA 300mg), Citrus aurantium 1000mg, Guarana 200mg, Gymnema 125mg, Green tea 125mg, Ginger 65mg, Ascorbic acid (vitamin C) 50mg, Carnitine Tartrate 50mg, Cayenne 25mg, 5-HTP 5mg, Piperine (black pepper extract) 5mg. This product contains tableting aids and coating colour. Some herbal extracts used.
Suggested Use: Adults – Take 1-3 Body Shape tablets three times daily, one hour before meals, with a glass of water, or as professionally recommended. Best taken with Pro-life Daily Woman or Man to maintain adequate daily nutrient intake.

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Cautions: Avoid taking if pregnant or lactating. Seek professional health advice if taking medication, suffering a medical condition (ie. eating disorder) or a child before supplementing. This product contains caffeine, which may cause insomnia and anxiety in some individuals.


Nutritional information contained here is based on research literature and published knowledge on nutrition. Any nutritional suggestions should not be taken as medical advice.