love it!...Loved it...This supplement actually has changed my life because I can go out to dinner and not have to go home after or live out the rest of the night in pain or whatever the case is....I love the fact that it still does what it's supposed to do without having to drink an entire cup of liquid.
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What it is:
A dietary supplement containing a proprietary blend of 18 enzymes to prevent bloating for a flatter-looking stomach and healthy digestion.*
If you want to know more…
Flatter Me contains 18 full-spectrum digestive enzymes (including proteases, bromelain, lipase, amylase, phytase, and lactase) to assist in the breakdown of protein, fats, carbohydrates, fiber, and milk sugar, which can help decrease bloating. Ginger, fennel, and peppermint are included to help decrease nausea and bloating, and calm digestion.*
What it is formulated WITHOUT:
What else you need to know:
Hum is an all-natural line of supplements, gummies, and powders with clinically researched ingredients that are sustainably sourced, non-GMO, and free of soy, gluten, artificial colors, and preservatives. We can’t readily access many essential beauty nutrients through diet alone. Your skin, body, and general appearance is often the first to suffer if there is a nutrient imbalance. Hum’s mission is to make you look and feel great with products that compliment your beauty routine from the inside out and provide long-term care, repair, and protectionall in one step.
This bottle contains 60 capsules (a 30-day supply) that are suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
HUM Nutrition's research has identified the strong correlation between weight and indigestion. The formulation for Flatter Me is based on findings regarding food and drink choices, as well as key wellness habits including smoking, alcohol consumption, exercise, and the use of nutritional supplements. Of the 6226 women surveyed:
- 64% reported unbalanced digestion
- 79% expressed the desire to lose weight
- 72% already take dietary supplements