Sorvita promotes herbal sugar blocker with special Amazon discount offer
Sorvita Health products today announced the launch of the company’s new White Mulberry Complex weight loss supplement. To kick off the launch of the new product, Sorvita is offering its customers a discount coupon for this potent herbal weight loss supplement. Starting Sunday, December 29th, when a customer orders a bottle with coupon code WKKUJJWQ, they will save 50% on their purchase, while supplies last. The promotion will end Saturday, January 11th.
“We are really excited about the release of our new White Mulberry Complex supplement in time for the New Year,” said Mike Alderfer, CEO and President of Sorvita Health Products. “We believe that the potent combination of the sugar blocking white mulberry leaf extract together with the other fat busters in this supplement will make this a very popular product with those looking to keep their New Year’s weight loss resolutions.”
White Mulberry Leaf (morus alba) extract was featured on the popular Dr. Oz television program as the “new health sensation.” A compound called 1-deoxynojirimycin (DNJ) found in mulberry leaves is thought to inhibit sugar digestion so that most sugar is not absorbed into the bloodstream and is instead excreted. Sorvita combined white mulberry leaf extract together with other potent weight loss super foods in their White Mulberry Complex supplement.
Sorvita’s new weight loss product contains White Mulberry Leaf Extract, Garcinia Cambogia (60% HCA), Green Coffee Bean Extract (50% GCA®), African Mango Extract and Cinnamon in a veggie capsule, with no additional fillers, binders, stimulants or artificial ingredients. Sorvita reports that their new product does contain a very small amount of naturally occurring caffeine. The package offered in the launch promotion contains a full 30 days supply of the product.
Sorvita’s new product is manufactured in the USA at an FDA inspected GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) certified facility. GCA® is a registered trademark of Applied Food Sciences, Inc.