Choline and Inositol, are two well known as ‘fat burners’. Choline & Inositol has been put together in this balanced formula to help the body burn fat, fat which is already being carried on the body, efficiently.

Choline shows signs of being quite important to our early development, and all through our lives in our brain, liver, and perhaps much more.


Choline is a chemical similar to the B-vitamins, and is often lumped in with them, although it is not (yet) an “official” B-vitamin. Although its entire mechanism of action, particularly how it interacts with other nutrients, is not completely understood, it seems to often work in concert with folate and an amino acid called methionine. Although the human body can make some Choline it is generally recognized that it is important to get dietary choline as well.


Choline serves various functions in our bodies – in the structure of cell membranes, protecting our liver from accumulating fat, as the precursor molecule for the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, and more. Because of rapid development in foetuses and infants, we have a great need for Choline in our early lives. Human milk has high levels of Choline.

Choline started to get the interest of nutrition researchers when it was found that foetal rats whose mothers didn’t get enough Choline in their diets had less brain development and poorer memories after birth than those whose mothers ate adequate amounts of the nutrient. Over the past few years, there has been a rush of research, and there are now hints that choline may be essential not only for the brain development of fetuses and infants, but may help prevent memory loss associated with aging (although attempts to reverse cognitive decline have been disappointing). Choline has been shown to protect the liver from certain types of damage, and can help reverse damage that has already occurred. Additionally, it may help lower cholesterol and homocysteine levels associated with cardiovascular disease, and may also help protect against some types of cancers. This is an area where more research is needed, but there are some positive first signs.

Although you may have never heard of choline, it is one of the most essential nutrients during breastfeeding.


In short, inositol is a member of the vitamin B complex and is often referred to as vitamin B8 (although it’s not classed as a vitamin at all).

Inositol benefits your body in a number of ways by transporting fat throughout your body and it also aids the neurons in your central nervous system, making sure everything is running smoothly. Inositol also functions very closely with another popular nutrient, choline, and both have huge health benefits.

Inositol can be used whilst breastfeeding.


It promotes strong, health hair. One of the most talked about inositol benefits is how it benefits your hair. It’s a member of the B complex family which, as anybody who has researched will know, are known to promote strong hair, healthier hair, and faster growth.

It lowers cholesterol levels. One major health benefit of inositol is that when combined with choline, they produce lecithin in your body. Lecithin is fundamental in breaking down fats in your body and this means that it can prevent fat ‘build up’ in the cell walls of your heart, arteries and brain by breaking down the fatty deposits. Less fat in your arteries, lower cholesterol.

It can treat depression and mood swings. The way inositol benefits depression, mood swings and to a lesser extent, bipolar disorder is very promising as well. Research has shown that those with low levels of inositol in their body have more of a chance of suffering any of these mental illnesses. Inositol is known to participate in the action of serotonin production in the brain and nerve systems that responds well to mood stabilizers. Put these together and you have a pretty great, natural anti-depressant.

It can help babies with respiratory problems. A study published in the late 90’s has shown that inositol benefits new born babies with respiratory distress by significantly reducing death and disability. Inositol supplementation lowered rates of death, lung complications, brain bleeds, and eye problems with no real side effects. Further studies are ongoing, but if you are pregnant, speak to your doctor first, about the posibility of adding inositol to daily regime and they can make the necessary recommendations.

It can help diabetes sufferers. Another great benefit of inositol (as part of the B-complex) is that it can have a positive impact on body cells. Diabetic neuropathy, a nerve disease which is the most frequent complication in diabetics, can be treated well using inositol supplements. Since most of the decreased nerve function is down to a loss of inositol in the cell, increasing your intake can ease the symptoms. It won’t cure the disease, but it will make it more bearable when combined with other diabetic neuropathy treatments.

It eases constipation. A lack of inositol in your system can cause excessive relaxation of the muscles in your intestines and alimentary canal, which leads to constipation. Inositol works to stimulate the muscular action and ease the pain of constipation. The same effects can be used in pregnant women to stimulate the muscular contractions in pregnancy to induce labor.

Inositol when combined with Choline has helped in the burning of stored fat. Inositol is needed for health at cellular level and a fair concentration is found in the lens of the human eye as well as the heart.

Men taking extra Inositol reported that their hair loss had improved, with less hair falling out – although this has not been tested under clinical situations.

Suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans

Gluten Free

Sugar Free

Salt Free

Lactose Free

No banned substance

No preservatives

Artificial Colour or flavour

No starch, yeast, corn milk, soya, or porcine


Fat Metabolizers aim to ‘burn off’ fat already stored on the body.  Therefore, whilst you are using Fat Metabolizers it may be most beneficial to use So Slim Phaseolin Starch & Carb Blocker, CLA and DCM as allof this can be combined and ‘fight fat’ from different angles.

Once you have reached your desired weight, continue to use So Slim Phaseolin and the DCM to help you maintain your new weight.


Adult: Take 2 capsules per day as a general dietary supplement.


Choline Bitartrate, Inositol



To be used in conjunction with a varied diet.
Keep sealed and store in a dry, cool place.
Keep out of the reach of children.
Do not use if seal is broken.

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