Lean and Hot Diet Pills
100ct - 27mg Ephedra
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Lean and Hot Ingredients
Lean and Hot ephedra diet pills have 27 mg of ephedra and 1000 mg of the cleansing acai berry. Lean & Hot also contains caffeine, white willow bark, synephrine, and many other proven weight loss promoting ingredients. This thermogenic fat burner is a fantastic ECA stack ( ephedra, caffeine, and aspirin pound shedding combination) with the added benefits of the wonder antioxidant acai. The acai berry is widely known as a major "superfood" for its exceptional weight loss and age fighting properties. The acai berry is native to Central and South America and is a small purple berry that looks similar to a blueberry. The acai berry helps to neutralize free radicals and aids your body in fighting disease and aging (1).
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1. Venables M, Hulston C, Cox H, Jeukendrup A. Green tea extract ingestion, fat oxidation, and glucose tolerance in healthy humans. Am J Clin Nutr. 2008 March; 87(3); 778-84.