How Max Bloc Carb Blocker Blocks Glucose and Calories?

Carbohydrates FoodsFood, like bread, pasta, and rice, are rich in complex carbohydrates (chains of glucose). When digested, these complex carbohydrates convert into free glucose that raise your blood glucose and calories intake. If you get 2,000 calories a day, between 900 and 1,300 calories is from carbohydrates. That translates to between 225 and 325 grams of carbohydrates a day. (Data from Mayo Clinics)
The digestion of complex carbohydrates begins in the mouth and continues as the food passes into the stomach. Most starch digestion happens in the small intestine with the help of two enzymes: amylase and glucosidase. The enzymes break the starch down into glucose. That glucose is then absorbed into your blood vessels, which raises your blood glucose level.
Max Bloc Carb Blocker can block one of the starch digestion enzymes in small intestines: alpha-amylase. This prevents the starch being digested and reduces the amount of glucose/calories being generated and absorbed by your body. The undigested starch simply passes through large intestines and is excreted, much like undigested fiber. 
Traditional process can only produce low purity product with large amount of toxic bean lectins. In contrast, our proprietary technology can extract up to
  • 10X active proteins from beans, 
  • deactivate up to 100% of the toxic lectins.
The carb-blocking power of Max Bloc Carb Blocker is independently validated through third-party laboratories. It is also clinically tested and proved to be able to reduce food glycemic response. Now you can control your sugar or calories absorption with our natural, clinically tested, Max Bloc Bean Protein. More question, feel free to check out our video on YouTube and related scientific publications.
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