B-Epic Acceler8: The Ingredients, Explained

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B-Epic Acceler8: The Ingredients, Explained

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  • 14 May 2020
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B-Epic Acceler8: The Ingredients, Explained

B-Epic Acceler8 is the most successful product for weight loss since this company made Elev8. It’s completely approved by scientists — it has been developed and manufactured by them too!
Of course, this is all fantastic. But, it can be quite scary taking a tablet when you don’t really understand what’s in it. So, let’s talk about the ingredients of this handy little weight loss pill, shall we?

Cranberry

This is the antioxidant that will help out your digestive system. Typically, it will disinfect and clean your intestine so there aren’t any leftover toxins that could irritate or inhibit your weight loss progress.

Dandelion Root

Dandelion root also helps the digestive system but in a slightly different way than our cranberry friend.
Instead of disinfecting, this ingredient acts as a diuretic to ensure everything keeps moving through nicely.

Ginger Root

This is where it gets interesting. Ginger root improves your cardiovascular system (which most people ignore since they can’t necessarily see the benefits of having a healthy one).
It prevents clots, cleans plaque and betters your blood formula. Who knew ginger did more than taste good?

Humic Acid

Humic acid can be used for many things such as treating swine flu, clearing viral infections and curing avian flu. However, in Acceler8, the clever developers have harnessed humic acid for its filtering of free radicals ability.

Jerusalem Artichoke

Amazingly, this ingredient comes naturally stocked with insulin! For those with diabetes, this is an absolute must.
Along with the obvious benefits, Jerusalem artichokes prevent obesity, gout, anaemia and much more. To be honest, you’d get very bored if we listed every great thing it does!

Milk Thistle Extract

Milk thistle works to improve the liver, stomach, intestines and cures some skin diseases. Not to mention its ability to prevent haemorrhoids, clean the body of toxins and restoring organ’s cells.

Aloe Vera Root

You’ve probably heard of the benefits of aloe vera since it’s quite a big thing nowadays. But, in case you haven’t, here’s a brief look at the brilliant advantages of having aloe vera in Acceler8:

  • Helps your digestive system
  • Helps your body retain less water
  • Improves metabolism
  • Rids you of toxins

Senna Extract

Senna extract is a type of herb extract which is currently an FDA-approved laxative. Since it’s used to treat constipation and flush the bowels out before certain medical procedures, it’s no wonder scientists have figured out that it works like a dream in weight loss products.
While some people say that it can treat (and prevent) haemorrhoids and even cure IBS, there is not enough evidence to support any of these theories.

Althaea Root

In this application of althaea root, it helps to regenerate mucosa walls and curing people of tonsillitis, stomatitis, bronchitis and other respiratory diseases. While this isn’t necessarily linked to weight loss in any way, it will help to keep you and your immune system healthy.

The Bottom Line

There you have it — all the ingredients in B-Epic’s Acceler8, explained.

References

https://www.webmd.com/vitamins/ai/ingredientmono-1129/humic-acid
https://www.ndtv.com/food/weight-loss-how-to-use-aloe-vera-to-lose-weight-1895162
https://www.rxlist.com/senna/supplements.htm

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