sensations are sent to your brain and you determine whether what
you are tasting is good or bad. Unfortunately, anything our
society puts in their mouth that tastes like sugar is GOOD.
herb found in SugarBlocker gum is known as a sugar analog.
Although that may sound somewhat technical, a sugar analog
simply means that the herbs chemical structure is almost
identical to sucrose. As you chew the gum, the herb binds to all
the receptor sites on your tongue and blocks the sugar from
touching the chemical receptors for the taste sensation of
the herb only blocks the chemical receptors for sweets, the
taste of bitter, sour and salty can still be tasted.
SugarBlocker Gum blocks your ability to taste sweets, but does
not block your ability to taste other foods. Thus, chicken
breast, salads, pasta, vegetables and any other food void of
sugar will taste completely normal.
cookies, pastries, candy bars, cakes and pies will be very
unpleasant. Because alcohol is a form of sugar, SugarBlocker Gum
exerts the same effects on alcohol as it does on other sweets.
Basically, wine will taste like vinegar, and beer will taste
like, well, urine.
There are hundreds of testimonials and a five month test market
showed that 98% of the people that chewed SugarBlocker Gum then
tried to eat a Milky Way candy bar, found the candy bar so
distasteful that they spit it out rather than swallow it!
spitting out those foods that are keeping you fat! Sugar Blocker
Gum is the only All-Natural weight-loss system that will teach
you to become the type of person inside and out you have always
wanted to be.
in Sugar Blocker Gum that makes it so special?
trick in manufacturing a product like this is "How do you
sweeten a product that blocks the taste of sweet?"
gum is made from several common ingredients that go into making
many of your popular gums. We used a combination of sweeteners
that would over power the herb.
is acesulfame potassium. Sounds like a tough name to
pronounce, but this artificial sweetener is used in many of
the products you already eat. It is sold as Sunette in your
local supermarket and can be found in dry beverage mixes,
canned fruit, gelatins, puddings, and chewing gums.
This product cannot be metabolized by the body and therefore
has no calories. Since the sweetener cannot be metabolized
by the body, it simply passes through the body without being
absorbed. Yet, it contains such a sweet flavor that it is
200 times sweeter than regular sugar.
Sorbitol and xylitol are alcohol sugars. Alcohol sugars are
often used in diabetic candies because they contain the full
flavor of sweet, but contain half the calories of sugar.
Alcohol sugars cannot be completely digested by the body
because the molecules are much larger than normal sugar.
Thus, the body cannot completely break down the two alcohol
sugars within the gum and instead of getting the normal four
calories like you would from regular sugar, your body will
only be able to extract one or two.
is a derivative of malt sugar and is often used as a
sweetener for diabetics.
dioxide occurs naturally in minerals and is used as a food
color. Itís use in SugarBlocker Gum is to give the gum
itís white pigment.
main distinction is the herbal concentrate called Asclepias
Geminata. This rare herb is derived from shrubs that
grow on river banks. The herb is non-toxic and has no known
side effects. This allows the user to chew the gum as often
as desired. So when the urge to eat something sweet strikes,
simply chew the gum.
Gum is made from a natural herb which has no known toxicity. It
doesn't interfere with any drugs and is safe for children.
of most importance is that unlike other drug based appetite
control drugs, SugarBlocker Gum does not have any negative side
effects. It does not alter your brain chemistry and cannot harm
your lungs or heart like other diet aids.