Over 25 years of scientific research has enabled Almased® to become the No.1 weight loss product in Germany*. Today, more than 35 clinical studies conducted by nutritional scientists across the world have shown the effectiveness of Almased® in achieving and maintaining weight loss, an essential contributory factor in overall health and well-being. In addition, such studies have also highlighted Almased®’s other benefits. One significant benefit is fat loss without muscle loss. This is fundamental for healthy weight loss and physical condition.
ALMASED®’S EFFECTIVENESS HAS BEEN FEATURED IN RENOWNED SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS
- The International Journal of Obesity
- The Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics
- Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism
- Obesity Reviews
- Nutrition Journal
- BMC Women’s Health Journal
Diets that result in a significant reduction in calories may provide a quick fix to weight loss. However, long-lasting results are difficult to achieve. To avoid the so called yo-yo effect, during the Almased® programme we must ensure that the body is provided with enough energy to run efficiently in spite of a reduced calorie intake.
Almased® research has shown that during the programme, essential muscle mass is retained1; something which is key to preventing the adverse cycle of weight loss and gain. Further research has also highlighted superior weight loss results in participants using Almased® when compared to those engaged in a fat-restricted low calorie diet2.
KEY ATTRIBUTES OF ALMASED®
- Reduces body fat without loss of essential muscle mass
- Clinically improved weight loss versus a fat-restricted low calorie diet
- Contributes to weight loss when replacing two daily meals
- Maintains weight after weight loss by replacing one daily meal
- No artificial flavours, fillers, preservatives or stimulants
- Non-GMO, gluten-free, vegetarian and suitable for those with diabetes
- Optimum sports nutrition
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* IMS Health (2016).
1. Weight loss without losing muscle mass in pre-obese and obese subjects induced by a high-soya protein diet. Deibert P, et al (2004). International Journal of Obesity: 28(10); 1349-52.
2. Effect of meal replacement on metabolic risk factors in overweight and obese subjects. König D, et al (2008). Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism: 52(1); 74-78.