The gymnema sylvestre leaf has been used for centuries by ancient cultures for its ability to block sweet receptors that cause sugar cravings.
Works synergistically with gymnema to block sugar-receiving taste buds on the tongue.
Natural mint extract provides an added cool mint finish.
Heather Bauer, RD, CDN, Nutritionist
Heather is a nationally recognized nutrition expert, author and entrepreneur. She’s the author of two best-selling books, The Wall Street Diet and Bread is the Devil, and has a nutrition training clinic in New York City. She contributes to major outlets from The New York Times to Good Morning America, and leads seminars to corporate groups such as Goldman Sachs and Estée Lauder, among many others.
Dr. Eric Stice, Ph.D.
Oregon Research Institute
Behavioral and brain-imaging (FMRI) studies conducted by Dr. Stice and his colleagues demonstrate that Sweet Defeat reduces consumption of high-sugar foods. Dr. Stice is world-renowned for his dietary expertise and has published hundreds of articles in high-profile outlets, such as Science, Psychological Bulletin, Clinical Psychology Review, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, and Journal of Neuroscience
Sugar molecules activate sweet taste receptors on your tongue.
When your brain recognizes the sweet signals coming from your taste buds, it automatically triggers cravings for more.
A single bite of sugar can activate your sweet taste receptors for up to 30 minutes, making you crave sugar long after a meal has ended.
As Sweet Defeat dissolves on your tongue, the patented formula binds to sugar-craving taste buds to suppress sweet taste and curb cravings in seconds.
Finally! You can break the sugar craving cycle!
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Sweet Defeat is a mint-flavored lozenge that is clinically proven to help stop sugar cravings in seconds.
Sweet Defeat is made from only five plant-based, natural ingredients: gymnema, zinc, sorbitol, mint, and spirulina extract.
Dissolve one Sweet Defeat lozenge on your tongue when you feel a craving coming on. Use 2-3 times daily, such as after meals or snacks, or more as needed.
Sweet Defeat’s patented formulation binds to sweet taste receptors on the tongue, suppressing sweet taste and reducing sugar cravings in seconds.
One Sweet Defeat lozenge can suppress your sense of sweet taste for up to an hour.
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Independent third-party studies published in peer-reviewed journals have demonstrated that Sweet Defeat significantly reduces consumption of and desire for high-sugar foods. Results vary depending upon the individual and how the product is used.
Use Sweet Defeat daily, as needed. Our lozenges contain a small amount of zinc, so adults must limit use to 40 lozenges per day (but you’d never need that many!)
Sugar cravings start in the taste buds. Bite into something sweet, and the sugar molecules activate the sweet taste buds on your tongue. This immediately signals your brain and triggers cravings for more. The sugar in just one bite can activate your sweet taste buds for up to 30 minutes and your cravings can last just as long. Blocking the sweet taste buds on the tongue can break this cycle.
Yes, Sweet Defeat is effective for all natural, added, and artificial sweeteners, including stevia, sucralose (Splenda), and aspartame (Equal, NutraSweet).
Gymnema sylvestre is a leafy vine that grows in India, Africa, and Australia and has been used for centuries in Eastern and Ayurvedic medicine. One of the known effects of its leaves and extracts is its ability to temporarily suppress the taste of sweetness.
Sorbitol is a sugar alcohol that our bodies produce naturally when breaking down sugar. It's commonly used as a low-calorie sweetener in chewing gum, candies, toothpaste, and mouthwash, in part because it does not promote tooth decay. The sorbitol in Sweet Defeat is derived from fresh peaches and is completely natural.
Yes. Simply follow the checkout process and select “Buy one” under the quantity you prefer, whether it's 20, 30, or 60 lozenges. But if you subscribe, you'll get a discount and will never run out when you need your Sweet Defeat!
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