Bluebonnet Nutrition's Trimology Licorice Flavonoid Oil
Bluebonnet Nutrition’s Trimology Licorice Flavonoid Oil provides licorice flavonoid oil (LFO) standardized for polyphenols (30%) with glabridin (3%) for optimal fat metabolism. Bluebonnet Nutrition's Trimology Licorice Flavonoid Oil helps maintain healthy body fat composition with proper diet and exercise. Bluebonnet Nutrition's Trimology Licorice Flavonoid Oil is available in easy-to-swallow vegetarian softgels for maximum assimilation and absorption.
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