Formulated by Professor Julius Oben. Vita-Lean is vegetarian and contains Irvingia and Cissus. Thanks to Vitagetics, these two groundbreaking products are available for the first time in capsule form.How to Take Vita-Lean
Take one capsule twice daily, with a large glass of water half an hour before main meals.Irvingia
Irvingia gabonensis is an extract of the bush mango, a tropical fruit endemic to West Africa. The fruit itself--which looks a little like a lime--is one of Cameroon’s most farmed products, and has a strong and sweet smell. The fruit is cultivated for its flesh and for its nut--known as an ‘Ogbono’ seed. Both are used as a thickener in sauces and curries in West and Central Africa.
Cissus quadrangularis is an extract of a nutritious plant found in various regions of Cameroon. Some tribes use it as a cooking vegetable, while others use its succulent stem for rehydration when working in forest areas. In traditional Cameroon medicine, natives use the extract to treat an assortment of ailments.
Yes. These natural plant extracts have been used in West Africa for hundreds of years for their health benefits.
This is my second purchase & I'm very psd with the results just had to have the patience for the effects to kick in, but when they did the weight loss was really visible.Published 1 month ago by Africa