How many times have you heard that it is easier to gain weight than to lose it? And, how many times have you tried a weight loss product only to be disappointed over time? Say goodbye to all those worries and say hello to BELITE - a weight management formula that will help you boost your metabolism, curb your appetite, and detoxify your body, consequently helping you get rid of unsightly bulges and unwanted weight.
Belite 01 : Green tea, chrysanthemum flowers, and kaffir lime leaves
Belite 02 : African mango (IGOB 131TM), Yeast Peptide (DNF-10)
Belite 03 : Peppermint leaves, cinnamon bark, and senna leaves
A 7-in-1 function
1. Have a healthy breakfast
2. After breakfast, step one (1) teabag in 180ml of hot water for 10 minutes
3. Sip it and enjoy a boost to your day
1. One (1) hour before lunch, mix one (1) sachet 120ml of water
2. Savour it
3. Enjoy your hearty midday meal
1. Dig in to a healthy dinner
2. Step one (1) teabag in 180ml of hot water after dinner
3. Sit back, relax, and enjoy your cup of Belite 03
VP Mahendra Kumar
AVP Kalaiarasi Manikam
AVP Yassir Khamis
VC BharathyNote: The statements expressed in this post are the personal opinions of the users. Results from the usage may differ depending on the user and QNET does not take responsibility for the facts and opinions appearing in these testimonials
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Disclaimer: This is not a medical solution nor does it in any way constitute medical advice or recommendation. Please ensure and consult your own medical consultant in every respect prior to commencing any regime or if you have any doubts or at any stage through the regime.