LISBIMET  has been designed by our experts for the treatment of the Middle Aged Metabolic Syndrome (MAMETS)

This syndrome is related to testosterone, it is estimated that 1% less of this hormone is produced each year from the age of thirty onwards.

This gradual decline often causes men in middle age to have weight and behavioural problems such as nervousness, sleep problems and mood disorders and  they are more likely to be overweight.

Another factor to bear in mind is that in benign prostatic hyperplasia, the prostate gland begins to enlarge and symptoms begin to appear which, although not serious, are very annoying, such as the urgent need to urinate or having to urinate during the night.

About this product:

LISBIMET contains extracts of the Ashgawanda plant, which increases testosterone levels and is associated with weight loss, reduced anxiety, increased libido and improved sleep.

In addition, Saw palmetto and Pygeum africanum extracts inhibit the enzyme 5 alpha reductase, which influences the process of prostate enlargement, but they also have anti-inflammatory properties, so that at the same time they reduce prostate inflammation, reducing the chances of prostate cancer developing.


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