After taking PGX, is it possible to still be hungry?
Sure. It is possible to still feel hungry after taking PGX. It’s a gentle-acting plant fiber complex that works gradually to reprogram your neurological response to food. For emotional eaters, additional counseling and support may be necessary.
How do I know PGX is working?
When taking the recommended dosage of 7.5 -15 grams of PGX per day, (2.5 – 5 grams 3 times per day – Note, PGX Meal Replacement Drink mix contains 4 – 5 g of PGX and PGX SatisFastTM drink mix contains 2.5 g of PGX) you should begin to see a decrease in appetite and cravings.
How does PGX control cravings?
Cravings are a direct result of blood sugar imbalance. PGX controls the release of sugars into the bloodstream, slowing digestion and creating a feeling of satiation.
Can I take PGX if I’m on medication(s)?
Consult your healthcare practitioner. PGX can affect the absorption of medication into your bloodstream. We recommend taking your oral medicine at least 1 hour before or 2-3 hours after consuming PGX. This information should not be taken as medical advice or substituted for it.
Can I take PGX with other supplements?
Yes. PGX can be taken in combination with other supplements, such as essential fatty acids (EFAs) and multivitamins & minerals.
Does PGX contain gluten?
Does PGX have side effects?
As your body acclimates to PGX, it’s possible to experience some intestinal discomfort.
I’ve tried other diets. How is PGX different?
Unlike other supplements, PGX is designed to “treat the cause, not the illness”. PGX and will not only help you lose weight but help you maintain a healthier weight. And while doing so, PGX will provide you with the added benefits of living a healthier life.