ro Energy™, hCG Zero Cleanse™, EAC 1234™ (energy appetite control) and RCC 1234™ (rapid colon cleanse), along with a new line of African Mango products - Lean™, 1200™ and Cleanse™ - featuring Irvingia gabonensis, commonly known as African Mango, an herbal plant discovered in West Cameroon known to increase endurance and reduce appetite. The African Mango was called a "miracle in your medicine cabinet that can help you lose 10 pounds" by renowned physician and television host Dr. Mehmet Oz, who featured the products on his popular Dr. Oz television show. All Creative Bioscience products are manufactured in FDA-inspected and GMP-approved labs located in the United States.
For more information about hCG Zero™ and other Creative Bioscience products, including store locations, visit www.creativebioscience.com.
Product statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any diseases.
About Creative Bioscience:
Creative Bioscience is a dynamic weight loss supplement company dedicated to innovation, research, and professional support. The company uses key botanicals and natural ingredients in its line of herbal supplements for diet support, and its products are manufactured in FDA inspected and GMP approved facilities using precise, technologically advanced equipment. It produces several proprietary diet support supplements that use natural substances, including human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) and the plant Irvingia gabonensis, commonly known as African Mango. Creative Bioscience's complete line of products offers tailored weight-loss options for all consumers, including those looking to cleanse their system of toxins.
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