Chicago, IL -- (ReleaseWire) -- 07/12/2019 -- The newest plant-based dietary supplement NeuroSystem7 is gaining popularity online in Asia. At the time being, the product is available in Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia and Taiwan. Very soon, Indonesia and Cambodia will join the list of countries where NeuroSystem7 will be released for sale.
After numerous clinical trials it was confirmed that the combination of herbs, included in product's composition works successfully and provides long lasting results. NeuroSystem7 is designed to tune dieter's body to the correct food behaviour within 7 days of use. The supplement works in 3 directions - it curbs the appetite, accelerates metabolism, and burns the excessive fat.
NeuroSystem7's all natural formula is a mixture of the following plants:
Yacon root extract - the main health benefits of yacon include its ability to regulate blood sugar levels, lower "bad" cholesterol, help with weight loss, boost digestive health, and strengthen the immune system.
Evening primrose extract - is used for treating different conditions including chronic fatigue syndrome, asthma, and obesity, and skin disorders such as eczema, psoriasis, and acne.
Cissus quadrangularis - recent research has found that this herb promotes bone health, relieves joint pain, and protects against chronic conditions like heart disease, stroke, and diabetes. Cissus quadrangularis may help prevent metabolic syndrome.
Fennel - this plant is low in calories but provide many important nutrients. Studies demonstrate that people who follow diets rich in fennel and fennel seeds have a lower risk of chronic conditions like heart disease, obesity, cancer, and neurological diseases.
Wild saffron extract - the most impressive health benefits of saffron include its ability to optimize the digestive system, eliminate pain of different origins, and improve sleep patterns.
In each country where NeuroSystem7 will be available, the first 100 products will be sold at discounted price.
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