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Cortislim Launches New Website Featuring Weight-loss And Stress Management Supplements.
CortiSLIM® International announces the launch of its new website in support of its innovative line of stress mitigating and weight management supplements that includes CortiSLIM® Original, CortiSLIM® Burn and CortiSLIM® Advanced.
Studies have found many health problems related to stress, which increase the risk of conditions like obesity, heart disease, Alzheimer's , diabetes, depression, gastrointestinal problems, and asthma. 1 In particular, the obesity epidemic is at an all-time high and projected to increase to half of the U.S. population by 2030.
"Stress doesn't only make us feel awful emotionally,"
Excessive pudno and prolonged high stress levels can cause the body to produce too much cortisol which can play a role in craving "comfort" foods, overeating, feeling fatigued, and storing excess body fat. Excess fat in the belly (visceral fat) seems to pose greater health risks than subcutaneous fat on the legs or hips -- and unfortunately, that's where stress-related fat gets stored.
"In our fast-paced, high-stress environment, we feel that CortiSLIM’s proprietary blend of ingredients, together with a healthy diet and exercise, is an excellent way of regulating the stress hormone, cortisol," says Susan Meyer, CortiSLIM President. "The focus of our new website is to help inform and advance this highly relevant message for our time," she continues.
CortiSLIM® provides high-quality, innovative and well-researched nutritional supplements that help support a healthy lifestyle, which includes stress management, diet and fitness. CortiSLIM® sells its unique brand of weight-loss and stress management supplement products directly to consumers through the company’s website www.cortislim.com. CortiSLIM® also works with select retailers in the US and around the world.
Retailers wishing to carry these health supplements are encouraged to contact company President, Sue Meyer at 1-888-708-SLIM (7546).
1 Stress Management Health Center, WebMD