CHECK OUT THE REVIEWS: Carb X – ‘I love carbs but they don’t love me back, so this is the answer!’

Mums are going CRAZY for The Healthy Mummy’s groundbreaking product Carb X - and we've had a HEAP of reviews in.
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Mums are going CRAZY for The Healthy Mummy’s groundbreaking product Carb X – and we’ve had a HEAP of reviews in.

Carb X can be used as part of a weight loss and health plan to help kick carbs to the curb, and it really works!

What exactly is Carb X?

Not all carbohydrates are bad for you, too many refined carbohydrates – like white rice, pasta, bread, sugar and ice cream – can make losing weight difficult.

However, this revolutionary delicious drink helps to slow down the process of carbs being broken down into sugars. If you love pasta and rice, then you’ll love Carb X, like all of our mums!

“I love carbs but unfortunately they just don’t love me aback the same so enter carb X,” jokes one mum.

“This delicious drink has taken the guilt away from those must have pasta or rice meals I love. This product does exactly what it says it will and is well worth the hype!”

Here’s what other mums have to say about the product:

Wow! So many great reviews!

Ready to try Carb X for yourself?

Carb X is designed for people to still be able to enjoy their meals without the carb-consequences!

This delicious vanilla flavour drink is perfect to take just before any meal, especially meals including complex carbs like pasta, rice or bread. You can even add Carb X to your morning smoothie.

Why You’ll Love Carb X

  • Kick carbs to the curb
  • Slows normal carbohydrate uptake^
  • Supports carbohydrate metabolism*
  • Contains white kidney bean extract, a superfood that slows carbs being broken down into sugars.
  • Contains Zinc, Thiamine and Chromium 
  • Carbohydrate Metabolism – Chromium helps the body metabolise carbohydrates
  • Delicious vanilla flavour
  • No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives

Get your Carb X here and kick carbs to kerb!

*Chromium, Zinc and Thiamin support carbohydrate metabolism.

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