Hello, I discovered Chromax a year ago and I discovered the secret. I’ve tried a lot of diets. I was offered to try Chromax several times but I did not believe it would help. Eventually I decided to give it a try, and found out that it works. The craving for sweets and carbs has diminished.
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Hello, my name is Fanya Ardman, I am 55 years old, and I suffer from overweight.
I passed near the "Teva" shop in Nazareth Illit and saw an advertisement of "Raziti" tea + "Chromax" pills and decided to give it a try. In two months, I lost 7 kg, walking became much easier for me, and my mood has improved considerably since then, thank you very much!
I keep drinking the pills and the “Raziti” tea and in the meantime I lost another 1 kg - a total of 8 kg until today.
chromium picolinate, Spirulina, Urtica diodica, Garcinia cambogia, Taraxacum officinale, Chamomile, fennel, Guar Gum, Konjac Glucomana, Planatago mayor.
Information about ingridients
Picolimate Chromium – reduces the carbohydrates in the body and prevents them from turning into fat, reduces the urge for sweet foods.
Seaweed - improves metabolism, contains traces elemeny of iodins (not recommended to people allergic to iodine).
The following is a summary of studies on the chromium picolinate found in Chromax
Scientific articles on the effect of chromium picolinate
Chromium picolinate is a nutritional supplement known as helpful in treating type 2 diabetes and overweight.
In a clinical trial published in 1996 in the journal Current Therapeutic Research, 154 subjects were randomly assigned into three groups: two treatment groups received different dosages of chromium picolinate as a nutritional supplement, while the control group received only a placebo as a nutritional supplement. The subjects continued with their daily activity and did not receive any guidance regarding fitness or nutrition. After 72 days, results showed a significant improvement in the body composition of the treatment groups: their body fat was reduced without a decrease in their fat-free mass. No significant differences were found between the group that received 200 ml. and the group that received 400 ml. of chromium picolinate, which suggests that such results may be achieved with a relatively moderate dosage.
Another clinical trial that was published in 1998 replicated the original experiment but, in addition, observed and documented the subjects' activity every day. This was done to make sure that the experimental results indeed stem from the chromium picolinate treatment and not because of nutritional or other differences between the groups. Over a period of 90 days, the researchers documented the daily calorie intake of all subjects. Results showed that subjects in the treatment group, those who took chromium picolinate on a daily basis, lost 7.79 kg. of their body mass, compared to a 1.81-kg. loss observed in the control group (in which subjects took a placebo). In other words, daily consumption of chromium picolinate reduced 6 kg. and 5% in fat mass after 6 months of treatment.
A literature review that was published in 2018 in the journal Nutrients noted that one of the significant advantages of chromium picolinate as a nutritional supplement is its ability to both maintain lean body mass (LBM) and reduce fat mass. The authors argued that, due to these characteristics, "it seems logical to include CrP [chromium picolinate] as part of any reduced calorie (diet) plan as a means of keeping metabolically active LBM."
 Kaats, G. R., Blum, K., Fisher, J. A., & Adelman, J. A. (1996). Effects of chromium picolinate supplementation on body composition: a randomized, double-masked, placebo-controlled study. Current Therapeutic Research, 57(10), 747-756.
 Kaats, G. R., Blum, K., Pullin, D., Keith, S. C., & Wood, R. (1998). A randomized, double-masked, placebo-controlled study of the effects of chromium picolinate supplementation on body composition: a replication and extension of a previous study. Current Therapeutic Research, 59(6), 379-388.
 Willoughby, D., Hewlings, S., & Kalman, D. (2018). Body composition changes in weight loss: strategies and supplementation for maintaining lean body mass, a brief review. Nutrients, 10(12), 1876.
The following is a summary of studies on the Spirulina also found in Chromax
Spirulina and weight loss: Findings from controlled trials
Spirulina is a green-blue alga. Some believe it is one of the oldest life forms on Earth. The first to use it were the Aztecs in Central America and today it has become a widely popular dietary supplements. Spirulina is known for its high concentration of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and large amounts of complete protein, which is a protein that contains all the essential amino acids for humans. Because of these rich and high-quality nutritional values, spirulina is often categorized as a "superfood".
A study published in the journal European Review for Medical and Pharacological Sciences in 2016 examined the effect of spirulina consumption on body weight, blood pressure, and vascular function. The researchers randomly divided 40 subjects into two groups. The control group was selected to receive a daily dose of 2 grams of spirulina for three months, while the control group was selected to receive a placebo at the same dose for the exact same period. The random allocation makes the characteristics of the subjects in each of the groups similar to each other, on average, and therefore any difference in weight and blood pressure indices at the end of the experiment can be associated with the treatment - spirulina intake.
The results of the randomized trial showed that spirulina lowered the body mass index (BMI), weight, systolic blood pressure and arterial stiffness index among the subjects in the treatment group and compared to the control group. For example, the weight of the subjects in the spirulina group decreased by an average of 5 kilograms at the end of the three months, while the weight of the subjects in the control group increased by about 2 kilograms. These changes are not only statistically significant, but also substantively large. The researchers argued that the findings show that consuming spirulina regularly for a period of three months improves weight, body mass, and blood pressure among obese people.
A study published in 2019 in the journal Complementary Therapies in Medicine conducted a meta-analysis to examine the effect of spirulina on weight loss. Meta-analysis is a statistical analysis that collects data from several previous independent studies and analyzes them in an integrative framework. If this type of analysis finds a significant effect between treatment (spirulina) and outcome (weight loss), it can be more certain that the effect is generalizable and does not depend on the specific time or other conditions that were unique to just one study. The researchers collected data from five randomized clinical trials. Statistical analysis showed that spirulina intake led to significant weight loss. In addition, weight loss due to consumption of spirulina supplement was greater in obese people compared to overweight people. Another finding also indicated a decrease in body fat percentage.
 Miczke, A., Szulinska, M., Hansdorfer-Korzon, R., Kregielska-Narozna, M., Suliburska, J., Walkowiak, J. and Bogdanski, P., 2016. Effects of spirulina consumption on body weight, blood pressure, and endothelial function in overweight hypertensive Caucasians: a double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomized trial. Eur Rev Med Pharmacol Sci, 20(1), pp.150-156.
 Moradi, S., Ziaei, R., Foshati, S., Mohammadi, H., Nachvak, S.M. and Rouhani, M.H., 2019. Effects of Spirulina supplementation on obesity: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized clinical trials. Complementary therapies in medicine, 47, p.102211.
The stated above does not constitute a medical advice. Please consult your healthcare provider with any question or concerns you have on your medical condition.