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Glaxon Xerion 180 Capsules | Non-Stimulant Fat Burner

Glaxon Cheat is a non-stimulant weight loss formula which is intended to be eaten before meals and is designed to help you get the most out of the foods you eat while minimizing potential drawbacks by making your body more sensitive to insulin and to facilitate absorption of the glucose and storage as glycogen. This formula helps you "cheat" when eating carbs and dieting. 

Glaxon Xerion Product Highlights

  • Non-Stimulant Weight Loss Formula
  • Helps You Replenish Glycogen
  • Helps Maintain Body Composition

Why Should I Take Glaxon Xerion?

If you've ever felt you've hurt your training gains by having a poorly planned cheat day eating poorly then Glaxon Cheat may be for you. If you feel like you're hurting your weight loss progress by eating more carbs than you should cheat aims to help turn that into glycogen instead of being stored as fat. 

What Does Glaxon Xerion Do? How Does it Work?

Glaxon Cheat is a non-stimulant weight loss formula. Rather than curbing appetite or giving energy it increases insulin sensitivity, increasing the activity of glucose transporters and supporting optimal blood flow. 

Directions

Take 2 capsules 3 times daily. Take one hour prior to meals. You may also take 3 capsules 2 times daily. 

Glaxon Xerion 180 Capsules Supplement Facts

 

Warnings

Do not use if you are pregnant or nursing. Do not use this product if you have any serious medical condition. Before using consult a medical professional.

References

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3468018/