NeuroTrim, part of the NeuroDrinks range, which is claimed to be a favourite with celebrities such as Paris Hilton and Cindy Crawford, has had a makeover.
The new product is now available without caffeine and in a new purple bottle.
NeuroTrim’s primary ingredient, LuraLean, is described as a high molecular konjac fibre, which is proven to promote weight loss.
According to the company, LuraLean temporarily expands in the stomach to make it feel full and no longer crave food because the body’s own weight management controls system kicks in.
Signals are sent from the stomach to the brain that say “stop eating”, it says. LuraLean also traps fats during digestion, preventing their absorption. Trials are said to have demonstrated, when consumed prior to a meal three times per day, subjects lost an average of eight pounds over a two-month period. The weight loss effect was enhanced when combined with exercise, the company adds.
“NeuroTrim was created to give people an edge because, let’s face it, losing and managing weight is not easy in today’s world,” said NeuroDrinks founder and chairman Diana Jenkins.
“We all want to look our best and be our healthiest. NeuroTrim helps you manage cravings and portion size and puts you in control of food and not the other way around.”
NeuroDrinks is described as a groundbreaking brand of healthy functional drinks designed to sustain and enhance active lives. The drinks are made with natural ingredients and recyclable packaging, and formulated by nutritionists to promote health and well-being.
NeuroDrinks contain essential vitamins, minerals, amino acids and botanicals at dosages backed by scientific research, the company says.
NeuroDrinks have gained a following among celebrities such as Lady GaGa, Kelly Osbourne, Kate Hudson, Paris Hilton, Cindy Crawford, Hayden Panettiere and others.
NeuroTrim is available from Tesco, Waitrose, Boots, Harrods, Selfridges, Nisa Today’s and Roadchef and is priced from £1.79. NeuroTrim, along with the full range, can also be purchased online.