Korean Weight-Loss Medicine LaunchedA Korean traditional medicine diet aid has been developed which has no side effects and contributes significantly to weight loss.
The medical resource research center at Wonkwang University and Keonbo Foods recently developed the Korean weight-loss aid 'Health 21' as a cooperative college-industry effort.
'Health 21' contains natural Korean traditional medicinal substances such as ginseng and was developed after two years' study. The researchers announced that it is the first Korean traditional diet food, and clinical experiments were conducted successfully without any side effects and resulting in the loss of up to 7 kilograms in body weight.
'Health 21' has a great impact on body lipolysis by activating metabolism. After taking the medicine, cholesterol levels also decrease,' said Doctor Lee Ho-sup, one of the research workers.
A one-month supply of 'Health 21' (1,440 pills) costs $335.
Any inquiries should be directed to the sales team on (02) 3487-3233 or Wonkwang University on (0653) 850-5666.
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