Asantae releases white paper on new weight-loss ingredient

Asantae releases white paper on new weight-loss ingredient

This white paper addresses how RealW8™, by moderating blood sugar spikes caused by dietary carbohydrates, can help individuals lose weight.

 

Asantae Holdings International Inc. (TSXV: JVA) (OTC PINK: ASNHF) ("Asantae" or the "Company"), a producer and marketer of innovative nutritional products through a network of independent distributors, has released a new white paper on its flagship product, RealW8™.

In a recent interview on Fox and Friends, Dr. Dwight Lundell, formulator of RealW8™, discusses with Gretchen Carlson, how over-consumption of dietary carbohydrates (simple carbohydrates and sugars) affect heart disease.  This white paper addresses how RealW8™, by moderating blood sugar spikes caused by dietary carbohydrates, can help individuals lose weight.

"RealW8™ is an extraordinary product that provides real solutions to the obesity epidemic," says Asantae's CEO, Dan Lundell.  He further stated, "The evidence is clear that the obesity is caused by over-consumption of dietary carbohydrates.  RealW8™ addresses obesity in a unique way by allowing us to break our addiction to dietary carbohydrates."

"This document discusses, 1) Why dietary carbohydrates are the root cause of obesity; 2) Why we are addicted to dietary carbohydrates; and, 3) How RealW8™ addresses the addiction and helps us lose weight."

The RealW8™ white paper can be found at http://bit.ly/wGwdek (choose 'save', or 'save as').

 

About Asantae

Asantae Holdings International Inc. (www.asantae.com) is a producer and marketer of innovative nutritional products through a network of independent distributors (Asantae Independent Affiliates). Asantae's flagship product RealW8™ addresses the primary threat to public health in the industrialized world; overweight and obesity.  Asantae's approach to this threat is based on a body of research related to the brain chemistry of addiction, chronic low-grade inflammation and oxidative stresses which, according to scientific and medical research, are the underlying conditions for most modern epidemic diseases (obesity, heart disease, diabetes, stroke, some cancers, etc.).

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