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YogaSlender contains a blend of Ayruvedic medicines that are over 2,000 years old. When all of these medicines are combined as in the case of YogaSlender they dramatically speed up the fat burning process without the use of dangerous stimulants.

According to Ayurveda the consumption of different food and herbs will affect the elemental balance in a both positive and negative manner. For the first time ever, YogaSlender has taken the most important herbs in Ayurvedic medicine and brought them together in one single supplement! We used only the best and purest forms available. The ingredients in YogaSlender have been shown in Ayurved to do the following:

  • Better Digestion, Metabolism and Body Detoxification
  • Improved Sleep, Concentration and Memory
  • Stronger Immune System
  • Enhanced Weight Control
  • Better Health

Unlike Western medicine which is typically used as a reactive mechanism to fight disease once it occurs, YogaSlender uses Ayurvedic Herbs to strengthen and nourish the body before the advent of negative health conditions. Ayurvedic practitioners typically recommend a natural course of herbs, diet, exercise and meditation to bring harmony back to the individual. Taking YogaSlender makes it possible for the body to rid itself of negative toxins and help the body focus on bringing the three doshas back into balance. In returning the mind, body and spirit back to its original dosha balance with the herbs found in YogaSlender, Ayurvedic practitioners believe that an individual is better able to withstand future illnesses, gain control of their weight and avoid adverse health conditions while living a more pleasant, harmonious life.

Product Information

Suggested Use: We recommend you take 1 capsule 2-3 times daily. Best times to take are 30 minutes before breakfast, lunch, dinner, or exercise. Take with 12 ounces of water for proper absorption.


YogaSlender Proprietary Blend
Guggul 2.5% Extract, Gymnema Sylvestre, Garcinia Cambogia, Cinnamon, Triphala, Cayenne Pepper, Clary Sage, Ashwagandha, Gotu Kola, Coleus Forskohlii, Licorice Root, Kelp, Salacia Reticulata, Bibitaki, Holy Basil

Guggul 2.5% extract – Guggul’s place as herbal support for healthy cholesterol balance is on solid ground. It appears to work through several mechanisms, including inhibition of HMG-CoA reductase (the enzyme that controls the body’s synthesis of cholesterol), and its support of thyroid hormone production. Ayurveda holds Guggul in great esteem – greater esteem, perhaps, than is afforded any other botanical. Guggul has also traditionally been used for support in a variety of skin disorders. Its traditional uses are many, and Western science is beginning to authenticate them. Once you start looking into Guggul, you may find yourself wondering who couldn’t benefit from its broad-ranging health-promoting effects.

Gymnema Sylvestre – also known as Gurmar and Meshashringi, whose Hindi name literally means ‘sugar destroyer’, has been used in Ayurveda for several centuries to regulate sugar metabolism and aid in weight loss.

Garcinia Cambogia – Used in Ayervedic medicine to dramatically reduce weight, it contains tartaric acid which sugars and phosphoric acid (as calcium triphosphate). It also limits the synthesis of fatty acids in the muscles and liver lipogenesis (production of fat) by inhibiting the enzyme ATP-citrate lyase.

Cinnamon – An amazing supplement used for 1000’s of years to increase the metabolism of fat.

Dandelion Root – Ayurvedic medicine shows us that Dandelion flushes out the kidneys, boosts metabolism, and off-sets our cravings for sweets.

Triphala – An Ayurvedic herb that takes away fats from body & reduces weight. It is said to promote normal appetite, good digestion, increase red blood cells and hemoglobin. It has strong purifying and antioxidant qualities as well as reducing the overall water content in the body tissues.

Cayenne Pepper – Many people take cayenne internally to treat and prevent heart disease. The intake of cayenne has been found to have a positive effect on the circulatory system. Cayenne may reduce the risk of heart attacks. It has been shown to lower cholesterol levels and the risk of blood clots. Studies have shown cayenne to lower blood pressure. A study in India showed that cayenne prevented a rise in liver and serum cholesterol levels when taken with dietary cholesterol.

Clary Sage – Clary sage or (Salvia sclarea) regenerates energy and inspires both mind and spirit. It can induce a kind of euphoria or a feeling of elation. Clary sage brings about a sense of calmness and confidence in stressful situations and it has an uplifitng efffect on the mind. It can also encourage vivid dreams and enhances creative work.

Ashwagandha – Also called Ganda or Gandha. If you suffer with chronic stress or flagging energy, then Ayurvedic tradition and a growing body of scientific research suggest that Ashwagandha may aid in relieving stress and increasing energy.

Gotu Kola – Gotu kola has been important in the medicinal systems of central Asia for centuries. In Sri Lanka, it was purported to prolong life, as the leaves are commonly eaten by elephants. Numerous skin diseases, ranging from poorly healing wounds to leprosy, have been treated with gotu kola. Gotu kola also has a historical reputation for boosting mental activity and for helping a variety of illnesses, such as high blood pressure, rheumatism, fever, and nervous disorders.

Coleus Forskohlii– As recorded in ancient Sanskrit Coleus Forskohlii extract may increase the rate of “fat burning,” thereby potentially enhancing weight loss.

Licorice Root – Licorice root strengthens the adrenal glands, thus helping to sustain a regulated blood-sugar level and reduce cravings for sweets.

– Kelp is seaweed with a long history of use as a food and as a source of assimilable iodine, which has been shown to support healthy thyroid function. Your thyroid gland is responsible for producing the hormones that support normal cellular metabolism. As with most green foods, kelp also contains vitamins and cell salts essential for good nutrition.

Salacia Reticulata
– Salacia Reticulata contains Salaretin and mangiferin which reduces the sugar level and protect the body from any secondary side effect of Diabetes. Mangiferin in Salacia Reticulata inhibits the formation of LDL and thus maintains the blood lipid profile

Bitter Melon
– Also known as Karela, Momordica Charantia or Bitter Gourd is a herb that helps regulate blood sugar levels and keeps body functions operating normally. It contains Gurmarin, which has been shown to suppress the neural response to sweet taste stimuli.

Bibitaki – It targets imbalances associated with the kapha or mucus humour, corresponding to the earth and water elements in Ayurvedic medicine. Specifically Bibitaki purifies and balances excess mucus, treats asthma, bronchiole conditions, allergies and hiccoughs.

Holy Basil – has antioxidant properties, and helps boost the body’s ability to fight off damaging free radicals, which have been linked to disease and aging. It is an adaptogen that helps the body fight the effects of ongoing stress and also balances the mind, nerves and emotions.

Caution: These statements about YogaSlender have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. YogaSlender diet pills are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

YogaSlender, 2.0 out of 5 based on 2 ratings

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