by Mila McManus, MD
Orthomolecular has recently presented a new supplement called HiPhenolic, designed to support weight management and cardiovascular health. It is a very pure, high concentration blend of polyphenols. HiPhenolic has scientifically demonstrated favorable shifts in metabolic targets such as maintaining blood pressure levels, improving satiation (i.e., fullness), and controlling appetite. As a result, it can assist with both weight loss and cardiovascular support.
HiPhenolic contains an extract blend of lemon verbena, hibiscus flower, green coffee bean, and magnesium. In two, double-blind, placebo-controlled, and randomized studies, hibiscus and lemon verbena extracts have been shown to work synergistically on the activation of the energy sensor AMPK and promote optimal metabolic efficiency through the modulation of fat metabolism. In both studies, there were improvements in weight, body fat percentage, waist circumference, and maintenance of blood pressure and heart rate in normal ranges. HiPhenolic lowers the hunger hormone ghrelin and increases our satiation hormone, leptin.
Green coffee bean extract has shown benefit in blood pressure control, optimizing lipids, decreasing body weight, and improving metabolism and glucose (aka blood sugar) disposal. Magnesium has many benefits including blood pressure regulation, blood glucose control, muscle and nerve function, protein synthesis, and plays a role in maintaining energy levels and metabolic efficiency.
Hiphenolic may be taken as a stand-alone, or may be added to other weight loss protocols.
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Reference: Ortho Molecular Products, Supplement Facts and Provider Resource Sheets.
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