Appetite Reducing Yogurt
One of the biggest difficulties for consumers trying to lose weight, is the fact they tend to eat less to cut down on calories, but feel permanently hungry. Some consumers take pills to reduce their appetite, but others do not like to take supplements. For these consumers, in Portugal, Lactogal introduced Adagio Versus , an yogurt drink claimed to reduce the appetite when taken four hours before a main meal. The product is formulated with a Molecular Vegetable Complex (with fractionated palm and oat oil), said to be clinically proven to reduce the appetite. The manufacturer states this is not an appetite suppressant, but only a reducer, which will help the consumers eat less and feel less hungry after a smaller meal.Ingredients:Strawberry: skimmed pasteurized milk, strawberries (2.7%), fructose, fractionated palm and oat oil (2.4%), yeast lactate, aroma, sweeteners (aspartame and acesulfame K), fruit preservative (E202), natural colourant (carmine)Nutrition:Strawberry: per 100ml: energy 264kJ/63kcal, 2.8g protein, 7.5g carbohydrates, of which 6.1g sugars, 2.4g total fat, of which 1.3g saturated fat, of which 0.9g monounsaturated fat, of which 0.2g polyunsaturated fat, 0.2g fibre, 0.04g sodium.
Source: gnpd.comAdded: 3 August 2006