ASSASS1NATE Olympus Labs
Diets are usually not much fun: you are constantly hungry, feel flabby and then try to fight this condition with crass stimulants that keep you awake at night. The Fat Burner ASSASS1NATE Olympus Labs breaks this vicious circle. The Diet Pills are completely free of stimulants, but still work just as strongly and effectively to support you in your diet. The ASSASS1NATE Fatburner focuses on increasing the body’s own thermogenesis: this leads to a significant increase in fat burning.
Not every thermogenic agent is a stimulant, and ASSASS1NATE contains three non-stimulant ingredients, dihydromyricetin, trans-tiliroside and carnososolic acid, which have a thermogenic effect and therefore increase metabolism. ASSASS1NATE also contains other innovative ingredients, such as the effective blend of olive leaf extract, lutein, Orthosiphon stamineus and OEA.
The advantages of Olympus Labs ASSASS1NATE Fatburner at a glance:
- Fatburner free from stimulants
- Reduces the storage of carbohydrates as fat
- Stimulates metabolism and thermogenesis
- Increases fat loss and reduces visceral body fat
- Lowers the blood sugar level
- Controls cravings and reduces appetite
ASSASS1NATE Olympus Labs suggested use:
Take 1 – 2 servings daily with a meal.
Before taking this product consult with your healthcare physician. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. This product should only be consumed by healthy adults over 18 years. Nutrition supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet.
Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dry place after opening.
ASSASS1NATE Olympus Labs Ingredients and nutritional information:
Serving Size: 4 Capsules
Servings per Container: 30 servings
Container: 120 Capsules
- Hovenia dulcis 90%: 700 mg
- Rosa cannina 5%: 500 mg
- Rosmarinus officinalis 20%: 500 mg
- Orthosiphon Stamineus: 300 mg
- Oleoylethanolamide (QEA): 200 mg
- Olive Leaf Extract (Standardized to 20% Hydroxytyrosol) (Yields 30mg Hydroxytyrosol): 150 mg
- Lutein 20%: 125 mg
*% RDA = percentage of recommended daily intake (based on a daily requirement of 2000 calories)