product informationMax WLX™ Feedback from the Field
Q: Do I have to take Max WLX exactly one-half
hour before eating my two largest meals?
A: Remember that Max WLX has two actions.
The first is that when taken a half-hour before
the two largest meals, it curbs appetite. The
polysaccharides in the formula (derived from the
acacia tree) increase in volume making it easier
for you to feel full and quit eating. The second
action is that the formula lowers leptin levels. So
even if you forget to take it a half-hour before
your dinner, for instance, you still need to get two
servings a day.
This is where knowing your own body well comes in!
• Some of us can take it WITH dinner and know we’ve
gotten our two servings in for the day.
• But some of us have found that taking Max WLX just
before or with dinner will leave us feeling bloated
and uncomfortable. You may have to do a little trial
and error to see what works for you. If you have to,
wait until after your dinner has digested a little and
then take the last serving.
Q: If I find it difficult to take capsules, can I open
the capsule and take the powder in water?
A: Remember how the Max WLX formula increases in
volume in the stomach to help curb appetite? It
will start to do that when it comes in contact with
water. So do not open the capsules into a glass of
water. The capsule is not only a way to contain a
serving of Max WLX, it is the means to deliver the
formula to the stomach before starting to increase
Q: I understand that the capsule is gelatin and
not from a vegetarian source. But is the
formula of Max WLX vegetarian?
A: The polysaccharides in the Max WLX formula are
from the acacia tree. However, the fatty acids are
animal derived. We regret this will cause problems
for our vegan and vegetarian friends, but we
have to work with the formula developed at the
University of Minnesota.
Q: Once I have reached my weight goal, should I
keep taking Max WLX to maintain this loss?
A: The University of Connecticut st