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Musclewerks Introduces Lean Simplex To Their Product Line of Fitness Workout Products and Supplements
Date:4/11/2013

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 11, 2013

Musclewerks, the leading supplier of quality and effective fitness products and supplements recently announced the addition of Lean Simplex to their product line. Lean Simplex is one of the newest and most effective weight loss products on the market. Lean Simplex offers a proprietary blend of High Linoleic Acid (HLA) and Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA). These two elements, when combined have been shown to fuel the body’s metabolism and when combined with an effective nutrition and weight loss program result in significant weight loss.

A Musclewerks representative recently revealed that the company is very excited about the addition of Lean Simplex to their product offerings and is eager to get this innovative new product to as many consumers as they can. The company spokesperson also mentioned that Lean Simplex is stimulant free, which is important to many fitness conscious individuals. Those who have used the supplement have also been impressed by how it seems to attacked belly fat while actually helping to increase lean muscle tissue and improve body composition.

The potent combination of High Linoleic Acid and Conjugated Linoleic Acid actually promotes the breakdown of fat cells especially around the midsection where extra pounds tend to concentrate and where getting rid of fat proves to be most difficult. Lean Simplex effectively uses these two compounds and also includes 8 grams of fiber making this supplement an excellent source of this essential element. It is significant that Lean Simplex contains no sugar.

Musclewerks is currently offering three flavors of Lean Simplex, vanilla, chocolate and berry smoothie. Lean Simplex is effective when taken alone or whe
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