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Friday, May 20, 2011

Konjac Root Fiber, Glucomannan, Dr. Oz

Konjac Root Fiber - Glucomannan

konjac root fiber, glucomannan supplements

Have you ever heard of Lipozene? Ever heard of zero carb pasta noodles? If so, did you know that the main ingredient in both is simply Konjac Root Fiber (also known as Glucomannan)? Konjac root fiber doesn't have any calories or any carbs.

Konjac Root Fiber was on the Dr. Oz show and the noodles were distributed to the audience to sample. I have since tried the noodles and they weren't bad at all. They were rather bland, but they absorb the flavor of the sauces and seasonings that you cook with.

Lipozene costs around $40. Why would you want to pay for that, when you can get Konjac Root for approximately 10 dollars? Dr. Oz was very excited about this herb, and I immediately ordered it for myself. I have been taking it for four days and I love it.  Doctor Oz explained on the show that Konjac Root Fiber can absorb up to 100 times its body weight. When you take it with a full glass of water 30 minutes before a meal you will feel full and will eat less. It also has a beneficial side effect of normalizing your blood sugar levels so you won't have those dreaded carbohydrate cravings as much.

Dr. Oz talked about how Konjac slows down the digestion process and the absorbtion of the food into your blood stream. This slowed down the rise in blood sugar, and kept food in your stomach longer. I can honestly tell you that I have felt full for longer periods of time.

Rather than take one person's word for it, read dozens of Konjac Root Fiber customer reviews from people who have taken it. Read the good reviews, the bad (only a few unsatisfied customers) and decide for yourself. As far as weight loss supplements go, Konjac Root Fiber is both healthy and inexpensive. You really can't go wrong.

Glucomannan does have the effect that all soluble fiber does on people. If you don't consume a lot of dietary fiber in your daily diet it can take a day or two to get used to. What I'm trying to say is, don't stray too far from the bathroom. With me, my body was used to it after the first day.

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