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  • Supports Metabolism*
  • Source of Antioxidants*
  • Nutrient Partitioning*
GLUCO FX Helps Accelerate Fat Loss and Enhance Muscle Gains! Introducing a superior way to improve training success and maximize muscle gains: The Revolutionary GLUCO FX (Glucose Disposal Agent). Until now, one of the biggest dilemmas facing bodybuilders has been the effective use of carbohydrates. Hard-earned gains in the gym have often been buried by unsightly body fat caused by excessive or poorly timed carbohydrate consumption. But not anymore. Introducing GLUCO FX.
• Supports Metabolism*
• Source of Antioxidants*
• Nutrient Partitioning*
Recommended Dose: Take 1 capsule 3 times a day.
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