What it does?
Kilo Manager helps your body to burn calories more effectively, blocks the absorption and storage of fat. Encourage healthy thyroid activity, Lifts energy levels and boost exercise capacity and Improves metabolic rate.
Why do I need to take 6 caps a day?
Carefully formulated according to the latest research to deliver the active ingredients, studies have shown that these are effective for weight loss. Stick to 6 caps a day for a month and then subside if needed.
When will I see results?
Everyone is different, but instant loss is not healthy and indicates dehydration. Expect to see results in 2-3 weeks.
Is it suitable to take with any other medications? (Example Blood pressure pills, diabetes, customers facing any sort of heart problems etc.)
Kilo manager is caffeine sensitive and Appetite manager- Need to be avoided by diabetic patients.
How long do I need to be on Kilo Manager & Appetite Manager (Recommended time frame?)
Depends on how much weight you want to lose. 2-3 months at least.
How Does Vivano Kilo Manager Work?
Kilo Manager helps establish a more effective base metabolism in your body. This basic calorie burning engine – also known as thermogenesis – is like a “waste incinerator for excess calories.” When this metabolism does not burn fat as it should, weight gain will automatically result.
What Kind of Diet should I use to ensure best results when using Kilo & Appetite Manager?
Kilo Manager not only helps you burn fat and gives you energy but it might also help to reduce cravings for junk, enabling you to stick to a good diet. For best fat-loss results, cut down on all sugars in your diet and decrease your intake of starchy carbohydrates (so eat less bread, pastries, potatoes, rice, pasta, corn etc.) Also eat lean proteins at each meal and snack (like fish, meat, chicken, eggs and protein supplements). Eat plenty of green and non-starchy vegetables.
Can I take Kilo Manager if I have high blood pressure?
If you have diagnosed high blood pressure and/or are blood pressure medications we of course have to advise that you talk to your doctor about using Kilo and Appetite Manager.
Kilo Manager contains caffeine – which is in a low quantity less than a cup of coffee, which may increase blood pressure (although the elevation in blood pressure caused by caffeine is described by scientists as ‘slight’).