Fat Blockers

Basically fat blockers are inhibitors, preventing the fat molecules to be naturally absorbed by the body. Let’s explain it by means of the following example. Let’s say you eat some fatty fries.

These fries will be broken down in the gastrointestinal tract where the fat molecules will normally be absorbed by the body. The supplements being inhibitors will facilitate a chemical process whereby a large percentage of the fat molecules will be bound to form clusters, too big for absorption, and thus will be excreted.

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