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Citrus Complex è un integratore alimentare a base di Citrus Aurantium, Tè Verde, Gymnema, Fucus, Garcinia, Tarassaco, Ananas e Cromo. Termogenico e stimolante del metabolismo. Limita assorbimento di grassi e zuccheri e stimola la lipolisi, l’utilizzo dei grassi di riserva. Favorisce il drenaggio dei liquidi corporei e il fisiologico equilibrio del peso corporeo.



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