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Enhanced Slin 120 Capsules

Original price $39.99 - Original price $39.99
Original price $39.99
$39.99 - $39.99
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Enhanced Slin 120 Capsules | Glucose Disposal Agent

Glucose Disposal Agents, also referred to as GDA's or Insulin Mimetics are a fast growing category of the supplement space. These supplements are powerful carbohydrate catalysts which help the body shuttle carbs to the muscles to be used as energy as opposed to being turned into fat. Enhanced Slin was formulated for that exact reason, to put carbs into your muscles. Slin is great for those bulking or to take before a cheat meal. Grab yourself a bottle and experience the difference for yourself!

Enhanced Slin  GDA Supplement Product Highlights

  • All New Glucose Disposal Agent
  • Helps With Nutrient Partitioning
  • Powerful Carbohydrate Catalyst
  • Unique Insulin Mimetic That Shuttles Carbs to Muscles
  • Increased Muscle Pumps
  • Lower Insulin Response & Enhanced Fat Loss
  • Great for Cheat Days or Heavy Carb Meals
  • Fully Transparent, No Proprietary Blends

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Take 4 capsules 1-2 times per day with your highest carb meal of the day. 

Enhanced Slin 120 Capsules Ingredients & Supplement Facts

Enhanced SLIN GDA Ingredients


Store in a cool dry place after opening. 


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