Weight Loss Peptide “Can’t Weight”
Can't Weight is a protein hydrolysate peptide blend, specially formulated to act on the mediators of satiety to help lower caloric intake and reduce body fat mass. The mechanisms of action are multi-modal and reduction in the hunger hormone ghrelin.
Ingredients: DNF-10 250mg (Protein hydrolysate), other ingredients microcrystalline cellulose, orange and grapefruit peel extract delayed release veggie capsule.
1 bottle contains 60 capsules
Should Can't Weight be taken with or without food?
The oral peptide products are gastric stable and can be taken with or without food. Some reports, however, indicate that absorption of supplements is better on an empty stomach.
How do I take Can't Weight?
Suggested dosing is made available on each product page.
Is Can't Weight bioavailable?
While no oral administration of any product is more bioavailable than an intravenous or intramuscular injection, we have adjusted our dosing to ensure therapeutic benefit without the hassle of puncturing the skin. Our products are easily transportable and provide an alternative solution to injections.
Is Can't Weight FDA approved?
Supplements are not approved by the FDA. We are FDA registered and follow all Good Manufacturing Process guidelines in addition to independent third-party testing for purity, heavy metals, microbial, and other contaminants.
Where is Can't Weight manufactured?
All our products are made in the USA.
Do I have to keep Can't Weight refrigerated?
Our products are designed to be shelf stable and do not need to be refrigerated. However, to ensure optimal potency and shelf-life, you should limit exposure to any supplements to extreme heat and cold.
When can I expect I Can't Weight order?
All orders are usually processed with tracking information within the next business.
Want to learn more about the benefits of the Can't Weight Peptide?
Check out the latest Blog article on How the Can't Weight Peptide Helps You Lose the Weight for Good
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