RiduZone for Healthy Weight - Review by Sara Gonzales

RiduZone is America's first and only FDA accepted dietary supplement of OEA (OleoylEthanolAmide). OEA is a metabolite of olive oil produced by every men and women in small quantities in the small intestine. Function of naturally produced OEA in the small intestine is to send satiety signal from your gut to your brain and to regulated the metabolism of body fat. RiduZone supplies more of what we humans already make in our bodies. RiduZone is safe and FDA accepted. RiduZone is formulated to support a healthy weight, appetite and metabolism of body fat.

In this short video, Sara Gonzales described how RiduZone is helping her with her appetite and metabolism and maintain her weight. Try RiduZone for healthy weight, metabolism and appetite.

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†Results vary depending on goals and effort. Exercise and proper diet are necessary to achieve and maintain weight loss and muscle definition. Results may vary from person to person and are not typical. Read More

RiduZone® is an FDA acknowledged NEW dietary supplement to support a healthy appetite, weight, and body fat composition.

IMPORTANT: While OEA (Oleoylethanolamide) is a naturally occurring metabolite produced in the body, the OEA in RiduZone is a New Dietary Ingredient produced by an FDA (Food & Drug Administration) acknowledged chemical method. The FDA has reviewed the method of production of OEA by NutriForward, LLC and acknowledged it as safe. RiduZone is a registered trademark of NutriForward, LLC.

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