TriAdalean’s novel, high-potency, anthocyanin- and flavanone-rich complex was tested in a 12-week, double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled human clinical trial involving 20 overweight volunteers (mean BMI 28.3). The subjects were randomly divided into two groups: an active group that received the TriAdalean weight-loss complex and a placebo group that received identical-looking capsules of maltodextrin (sugar pills). Subjects were instructed to take one serving in the morning and one with their main meal for a total of two servings per day. During the trial, the subjects were specifically told not to “diet” and maintained their previous eating habits (1500-2000 kcal/day) and daily physical exercise.
Study Results: In addition to a truly significant loss of body weight, the study showed that the majority of the weight loss came from fat mass*. Not simply body weight, but actual fat mass. The active group showed a mean reduction of 15.6% body fat, which was a significant improvement over baseline and over the placebo group*.