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Calorad
Calorad: A liquid protein supplement which was first introduced to the US and Canadian marketplace in 1984. It has been advertised on both television and radio.Calorad is a liquid dietary supplement composed primarily of 3,000 mg (3 grams) of Type II hydrolyzed collagen (hydrolysate) from either beef (bovine) or tuna (marine) sources and 8 mg of aloe vera, both of which are listed as active ingredients. The supplement label states that Calorad is fat-free and carbohydrate-free and that 1 serving (1/2 ounce) provides 3 grams of protein and 10 calories. Calorad also comes in a Kosher formulation (marine). The primary claim made for the product is that regular use causes weight loss without loss of lean muscle mass. While weight loss and body fat reduction may be achieved simply by following the labeled instruction to avoid eating within three hours prior to sleep as that can result in eating fewer calories per day, most individuals fasting for 3-hours prior to bed-time alone are not successful in accomplishing long-term weight loss. Formulator Michel Grise stated that the original version of what later became known as Calorad was developed to treat chickens with fatty liver syndrome. Chickens were developing so much body fat that they stopped laying eggs. The formulation was successful in helping farmers reduce body fat of chickens to get them laying eggs again. This led to the question of whether such a product would work for humans. Scientific studies [1]The manufacturer does not make claims for Calorad in the treatment or cure of disease, the manufacturer does cite published clinical trials in OsteoArthritis and Osteoporosis,[2] Rheumatoid Arthritis,[3][4] and Fibromyalgia[5] all conducted with Type II hydrolyzed collagen (collagen hydrolysate), the primary ingredient in Calorad.



Candisol
Candisol: Enzymes to Digest Yeast Overgrowth. For over seven years, the enzymes in Candisol have provided relief for those who thought that help was beyond them. Isn’t it time you let them help you, too?








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