NutriForward announced that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cleared their patented product RiduZone tablets as a dietary supplement for regulation and support of healthy weight, appetite, body-fat composition, and cholesterol levels in adults.

RiduZone is a metabolite of oleic acid that provides more oleoylethanolamide (OEA) than what the body naturally produces. OEA is a metabolite made in the small intestines that regulates hunger by sending a signal to the brain and inducing satiety. RiduZone is released in the small intestine and binds to PPAR-α receptors which sends an alert to the brain via the peripheral nerve to induce satiety and increase body fat metabolism.

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RiduZone taken 30 minutes before breakfast and dinner will make users feel full during meals to reduce the amount of food consumed.

RiduZone will be available in 60-count bottles in October 2015.

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