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Hyland’s Bioplasma Tablets – Reviews

Friday, January 18th, 2013

This particular product has very good comments by users.

Let’s start with Amazon, I copied and pasted the comments below, a part of it is so you can find all the comments here easily and also to preserve the comments for posterity.




First, Amazon


9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Reduced cravings observed., September 29, 2011


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Wednesday, December 14th, 2011

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On Mice Studies

Thursday, June 16th, 2011

A quick note on studies involving mice:

Many studies on hair-loss and life-span have been conducted on mice. These studies offer some possibly intriguing leads to follow, however we must remember that mice are not humans.

Further, in my opinion, one must note that many studies do not differentiate between good fats/bad fats, good carbs/bad carbs, and other possible environmental factors. Further, studies involving 12, 40, or even 100 mice might not be large enough to offer a solid lead to follow in humans or to experiment with clinically.


Insulin Functions as a Death Hormone

Tuesday, May 24th, 2011


Calorie Restriction without Hunger or Other Side Effects!
By Steven V. Joyal, MD, and Dale Kiefer

People today are missing out on a tremendous opportunity to achieve a radically extended healthy life span along with significant reductions in body fat — free from side effects.

In a study just published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, the effects of caloric restriction were measured in a group of overweight adults over a six-month period.1 The findings were nothing short of astounding!

In response to reduced food intake, fasting insulin levels plummeted. As Researchers have known for decades, excess insulin functions as a death hormone that devastates virtually every cell and organ system in the body.

Insulin overload increases the risk of heart disease, cancer, blindness, stroke, Alzheimers Disease, and other age-related diseases.2-6

The most exciting finding of this study was the amount of weight that was lost in the groups that restricted their calorie intake. The moderate caloric-restriction group experienced a 24% reduction in body fat mass, while the very low-calorie group achieved a 32% reduction in fat mass.1

You may be wondering how these findings pertain to you, since hunger is the factor that precludes most people from even considering a low-calorie diet.

The remarkable news is that pinolenic acid, a natural plant extract discovered in Europe, has been shown to suppress appetite dramatically without causing any stimulatory side effects. This plant extract attacks the underlying mechanisms involved in hunger so effectively that study participants reduced their food intake by 36%.7


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