- Non-Stimulant, Natural Fat Burner
- Naturally Increases Metabolic Rate
- Clinically Researched, Dual Action Formula: Burns Fat, Provides
Antioxidant Cellular Protection
- Helps Make Diet & Exercise More Effective
- Whole Food Based Dietary Supplement
- 60 Day Supply
- Value Size!
Empowering Extraordinary Health
FucoThin is a natural, whole food based supplement that is made with
a proprietary concentration of fucoxanthin combined with pomegranate
seed oil, for a patent-pending formula that is naturally thermogenic.
FucoThin has been studied by leading scientists for many years and is
the only formula that has human clinical research to confirm its
Thermogenesis is the process by which the body increases its
metabolic rate, requiring utilization of internal stores of energy, such
as fat. FucoThin supports the metabolism or breakdown of visceral fat,
including belly fat. FucoThin can make your diet and exercise program
more effective. FucoThin does not stimulate the central nervous system
and will not cause jitters or lost sleep.
Fucoxanthin From Brown Marine Vegetables
The fucoxanthin in FucoThin is a proprietary, whole food based
concentrate derived from specially cultivated strains of edible brown
marine vegetables grown under closely controlled conditions in the
pristine waters off the Canary Islands.
The combination of proprietary cultivation and extraction creates an
all-natural concentrate with levels of fucoxanthin that are 250-500
times higher than typical seaweed. Included are other naturally
occurring beneficial marine carotenoids and omega-3 essential fatty
acids. Fucoxanthin is the first marine algae-derived ingredient with
clinically proven thermogenic effect. Fucoxanthin is also known for its
powerful antioxidant effect that protects cells from free radical
Marine vegetables or edible seaweed have long been considered among
the most nutritious vegetation on Earth and have been included in the
diets of various Asian cultures since ancient times. Epidemiological
studies strongly suggest that the consumption of marine vegetables by
this population may be a contributing factor to their good health.