I flew halfway around the world to the island paradise of Bali to see for myself if what I’d been reading could possibly be true: A local herb could actually curb your hunger.
During a 4-hour trek through the jungle a local healer named Westi introduced me to the Cananga odorata tree and its tiny yet incredibly powerful “ylang-ylang” flowers.
Unknown to the outside world, Westi explained that ylang-ylang has been used by traditional Balinese healers for centuries as a natural remedy for controlling food cravings.
I rushed home to Florida to do my own research and was amazed at what I learned…
By stimulating the hypothalamus portion of your brain, ylang-ylang can control your libido and your sense of smell – as well as your sense of hunger and satisfaction.
Traditional Balinese healers have used ylang-ylang for centuries as an aphrodisiac, anti-depressant and for stress.
It’s that sense of well-being brought about by ylang-ylang that’s the key to shedding pounds – because if you are satisfied when you start eating, you end up eating less.
I’ve struck gold in Bali before. On my previous trips, I was introduced to local herbs and spices that are unknown to the outside world – including those with the power to actually SHRINK your fat cells.
I used these “secret” native ingredients to create my original Bali Slim fat-loss formula…
Now, with my discovery of ylang-ylang, I’ve found a way to “supercharge” Bali Slim.
With ylang-ylang, my new Ultra Bali Slim formula can now help eliminate food cravings between and after meals – one of the biggest obstacles to shedding pounds.
Not only that, I increased the amount of Evodiamine, the extract of the Evodia fruit (Evodia rutaecarpa), in my new formula. Traditional Asian healers in Asia have used the Evodia fruit’s power to suppress your appetite for thousands of years.
The new Ultra Bali Slim is the most effective weight-loss formula I’ve ever created. Ultra Bali Slim takes the power of ylang-ylang and Evodiamine, and combines it with other potent nutrients like:
Sacred lotus – a flower that appears to slow the natural process of making new fat cells… and signals for the breakdown of existing fat at the same time.
Curcumin – an active component in the treasured spice turmeric, it’s also thermogenic. It may help increase metabolic rate. Think of it like turning up the heat in your cells – the temperature goes up and the fat is converted into energy.
Chromium – improves body composition by promoting balanced blood sugar levels, which may help control your appetite
Caralluma fimbriata – its nickname is “famine food.” Not only does it suppress your appetite – giving you the feeling of being satisfied and full – but it also increases endurance and quenches thirst. Instead of struggling to adhere to a strict diet, this cactus makes it easier for you to feel satisfied when you eat smaller meals.
When you combine all of these ingredients together… you have a potent, fast-acting formula to help you become a slimmer, sexy, more confident you.
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