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Calocurb: The World’s First Patented, All-Natural, Over-The-Counter GLP-1 Activating Oral Nutraceutical For Appetite Suppression & Weight Loss

I never thought I would be writing this article in a million years, but here I am.

I have just discovered what may be the world’s very first patented, all-natural GLP-1 activating supplement that is both affordable and effective for suppressing your appetite.

Calocurb is its name and I AM telling you this is a literal game changer and perhaps worth billions of dollars in the very near future.

This oral capsule, no joke, is just as effective — if not more effective — than any GLP-1 receptor agonist drug (Semaglutide, Tirzepatide, Retatrutide) in isolation or in combination.

I say this as someone who has been using it for the past month with nothing but extraordinary results.

Combined with clinical studies showing Calocurb can lower calorie intake by 18%, reduce food cravings by 40%, and even suppress hunger by 30%, we are on the verge of a breakthrough discovery.

No more suspense or drawn-out introductions… keep on reading and you’ll see how you can “feel full faster” without any side effects.

And don’t forget to check out the awesome podcast I did with Calocurb Co-founder Paul Martin and head scientist Dr. Edward Walker about Calocurb!


How I “Accidentally” Discovered Calocurb

It all started when I was attending the annual Longevity Fest hosted by A4M (American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine) in Las Vegas last month with my wife Monica.

I came across the booth for Calocurb and their headline of being the world’s first natural GLP-1 activating supplement for appetite suppression immediately piqued my attention.

After speaking with the company’s CEO Sarah Kennedy and one of their founders Paul Martin, my curiosity was heightened and I decided to give their capsules a shot without any expectation whatsoever.

If it didn’t work, I didn’t lose anything.

But Calocurb did work as well as they promised… it would completely change the game for people who are in the GLP-1 peptide space.

I took 2 capsules of Calocurb the very next morning, and despite eating unrestrained the entire week, I didn’t feel hungry at all.

Not even a thought of eating came to my mind.

As I started using it for a week, two weeks, and now an entire month, I started noticing a few things:

  • There was NO difference between Calocurb and Tirzepatide/Retatrutide, except the former is not as profound from a standpoint of lowering appetite on the days you don’t fast
  • On my training/eating days when I took Calocurb, I am literally unable to finish my dinners

I can recall one point two weeks ago where I was drinking my post-workout shake after going to the gym, and had to make a quick stop to my chiropractor.

When I got back in the car, I had no desire to finish my shake whatsoever.

Even weirder was when I went into the grocery store… because normally, I am a FIEND in the cereal aisle and I usually take home multiple boxes of sugary cereal home with me.

That day, I had absolutely no appetite and no intention to even grab a single box.

Just like with the GLP-1 receptor agonists, I wasn’t hungry at all.

A totally mind-blowing experience to have from something you don’t have to inject or reconstitute!

From that point on, I knew I had discovered something that will perhaps revolutionize the weight loss industry forever.

“Why Are You SO Obsessed With Weight Loss!?”


Let me remind you humanity is a VERY long way from solving the global obesity pandemic.

Just in Mexico alone, 17% of the TOTAL population (~14 million adults) alone suffers from diabetes.

By 2035, obesity will cost the entire world roughly $4 trillion a year in negative economic impact.

And we’re not even getting into the complications rising directly from obesity: Type 2 diabetes, heart disease, cancers, sleep problems, osteoarthritis, and a hell of a lot more.

We live in an age and day where we are totally disconnected from the hunger signals being emitted by our dysfunctional gut-brain axis and have lost the ability to consume just the right amount of food to maintain a healthy bodyweight.

It’s time to restore this signaling and make people respond better to the environmental stimuli around them in the form of excess calories and ultra-processed junk.

Hence the search for solutions, natural or pharmaceutical.

And why you see an incredible amount of attention being given to the GLP-1 receptor agonist drugs on a global level.

But enough fear porn… let’s jump into Calocurb and why I AM so incredibly bullish on this newly discovered supplement.

What Is Calocurb?


Calocurb is an all-natural appetite-management nutraceutical designed to help people manage their compulsive overeating, uncontrollable cravings, ravenous hunger, and their habitual snacking in-between meals.

It has a very long 13-year history behind it, starting with a 6-year $25-million government grant given to the New Zealand Institute for Plant and Food Research, the largest government-owned research institute in the country.

A rigorous screening process of nearly 1000 herbal compounds was performed in that time to see what would actively stimulate the release of satiety hormones responsible for reducing acute hunger.

(You’ll see in just a short moment how all of this can be possible)

But life got in the way… the company was launched in September 2019, right before the COVID-19 pandemic happened and all plans were thrown out the window.

Travel was heavily restricted and there was no way to get Calocurb outside of New Zealand.

The company was given a second chance in February 2022 when they relaunched in the United States around February 2022.

Hence why it appears as of “nobody has heard of them”… until now.


Ingredients in Calocurb


Calocurb is manufactured in the USA with local and imported 100% all-natural plant-based ingredients, as you can see in the label below:

Unlike other appetite management and weight loss supplements, you will NOT find any:

  • Calories or carbohydrates/sugars
  • Stimulants or caffeine (no jitters!)
  • Artificial/synthetic ingredients (sweeteners, colors, flavors, fillers)
  • Pesticides
  • Animal derivatives
  • GMO compounds
  • Wheat
  • Lactose
  • Egg
  • Gluten
  • Dairy
  • Soy
  • Yeast

Perfect for those of you who are vegetarian/vegan, and/or follow a ketogenic diet!

The rosemary extract is nothing more than a natural preservative, and I’ll address what the canola oil does in a later part of this article.

And the design of the acid-resistant delayed-release capsule allows for precise targeting of the ingredients into the right spot in the stomach (Calocurb has the patent to prove it).

But the true active ingredient — and the real money-maker in this formulation — is the Amarasate extract.

Amarasate comes from a very specific type of rare yet freshly pickled hops flower grown only at the top of the South Island in New Zealand (Humulus lupulus), to which Calocurb holds exclusive global rights for both the extract and the technology used to prepare and isolate it from the plant.

The way it works can be complicated but I’ll do my best to keep it simple:

  • Amarasate gets released into the upper region of the small intestine (i.e. the duodenum)
  • 60 minutes later, receptors on the enterodendocrine (i.e. gastrointestinal tract) cells known as “TAS2R” are stimulated to release three hormones at twice the levels they would be after a meal (i.e. 6 times above baseline levels). They all play a role in delayed gastric emptying and signalling the brain to lower appetite.
    • CCK – has more potent yet acute appetite suppression
    • GLP-1 – has a less potent yet longer-lasting effect on appetite suppression
    • PYY – has the least potent yet the longest-lasting effect on lowering appetite
  • By “super stimulating” the release of hormones naturally produced by the body, you start to feel a heightened sense of fullness/satiety
  • This effect lasts for up to four hours and 99% of Aramatase is metabolized in the large colon within 24 hours, ensuring nothing is in the bloodstream that can negatively affect your kidneys

All of this happens in sync with the body’s regular hormonal cycle and the pulsatile nature of secreting these hormones… the three hormones work synergistically despite their different timings without canceling each other out.

And it’s largely thanks to the high concentration of alpha acids (bitter compounds) within Amarasate, which prior research has shown can help lower calorie intake.

Clinically Proven Health Benefits Of Calocurb

This is ultimately what convinced me to give Calocurb an honest shot: They actually had invested their own money into creating very well-designed studies showing Calocurb wasn’t just a one-trick pony.

Clinical Trial #1 (2022): Evaluating Appetite Suppression


The title of this study is “An extract of hops (Humulus lupulus L.) modulates gut peptide hormone secretion and reduces energy intake in healthy-weight men: a randomized, crossover clinical trial”.

The premise of this randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled was very simple:

If we give a normal dose of Calocurb to 20 men of a healthy bodyweight one hour before a meal they can eat as much of it as they want over a period of 4 hours, what will happen? 

The results were very interesting and validated all the time and money spent formulating Calocurb:

  • On average, men taking Calocurb ate 18% fewer calories (~226 calories) compared to placebo

  • GLP-1 and CCK were released at six times above the baseline level, or twice what would normally be released after eating a meal

So from this finding, at the very least we can say Calocurb is useful to take before a meal if your goal is to eat less while feeling more full.

Can these same results be replicated in a fasting setting?

Let’s see what the evidence has to say…

Clinical Trial #2 (2019): Evaluating Hunger In Men During Extended Fasts


This study is called “New Zealand Bitter Hops Extract Reduces Hunger During a 24 h Only Water Fast”.

Again, all the i’s were dotted and all the t’s were crossed — randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled just like the last study.

30 healthy men were divided into a placebo group and a treatment group, both of whom were instructed to undergo a 24-hour water-only fast from 6pm one day to 6pm the next day

The treatment group was instructed to take 2 capsules of Calocurb 16 hours into the fast and then another 2 capsules 20 hours into the fast.

Between hours 16-24 of the fast, questionnaires were filled out every 30 minutes to assess how hungry the placebo and treatment groups felt.

And here’s what happened:

  • 80% less hunger was reported at 12pm, and 55% less hunger was reported at 6pm
  • In total, the overall reduction in hunger was 25% for the treatment group (Calocurb) compared to the placebo group


Clinical Trial #3 (2023): Evaluating Hunger In Women During Extended Fasts


Finally, we have this study called “Gastrointestinal Delivery of Bitter Hops Extract Reduces Appetite and Food Cravings in Healthy Adult Women Undergoing Acute Fasting”

This study is especially important because women typically struggle to handle the same duration of fasts as men can due to evolutionary and biological reasons.

Same setup as the previous study, except this time the women were given a meal at the end of the fast they could eat as much of as they wanted until they felt full.

So now we’re also adding in the temptation of food on top of challenging these women to resist their bodies’ hunger cries.

Yet the results in the group taking Calocurb were even more impressive compared to what the men experienced:

  • A 30% reduction in hunger
  • A 40% reduction in food cravings for fatty/savoury food
  • A 14% reduction in food intake


My wife Monica can attest to theses results because with just 2 capsules of Calocurb daily she can effortlessly fast for 22 hours when she was never able to break the 18-hour mark before.

And that’s WITH being already optimized through hormone therapy, growth hormone, peptides, and the entire toolbox thrown at her.

The fasting “cheat code” has officially been unlocked… combine this with every practice in a program like 30 Days 2 Shredz and you’ll be laughing your way to being shredded when you’re 24, 36, 48, or even as much as 60 hours into a fast!

Calocurb Dosage For Maximal Appetite Suppression

According to the official Calocurb instructions that come with your order, this is the recommended dosing regimen:

  • Take 1 capsule per day for the first 2 days
  • After that, take 2 capsules twice a day with water on an empty stomach (NOTE: Make sure each dose is at least 4 hours apart if you are dosing twice daily)
    • ALTERNATIVE #1: On days 3-4, take 1 capsule twice a day spaced out at least 4 hours apart before transitioning to 2 capsules twice a day
    • ALTERNATIVE #2: Take 1 capsule twice daily on days 3-4, 2 capsules for your first dose and 1 capsule for your second dose on days 5-6, and then 2 capsules twice daily on the days afterwards
  • Never exceed 4 capsules a day

It should take you roughly a month or so of daily use to get fully adjusted to the appetite control and any sensitivities your digestive system may undergo, which is what Calocurb suggests to all first-time users.

Keep in mind this is all intentionally set up to transition to the “standard” dose of 4 capsules per day as shown to be most efficacious in the clinical trials previously discussed in this article.

And thanks to the 125 mg Calocurb capsules, customizing your dose until you reach the point of diminishing returns is easy and straightforward.

All of the above is what would be recommended to someone who is regularly fasting, whether with one of my protocols or through something like the 16:8 intermittent fasting setup.

There is also another way to use Calocurb if you are not regularly taking it to extend your fasts, and this comes highly recommended if you want to reduce your hunger cravings, avoid snacking, and naturally eat smaller portion sizes ahead of time:

An hour before your “bad” meal, take 2 capsules of Calocurb.

Personally, I am successfully using 3 capsules in the morning and in the afternoon, with zero appetite and no side effects (more on that in the next section).

Some people are simply more sensitive than others, likely due to the number and sensitivity of receptors you have downstream of your gut.

Put another way, there are folks who don’t need a lot of Calocurb to eliminate the feeling of being “hangry”, and there are folks who have suboptimal delivery of Calocurb to their gut and may require more capsules.

But as with anything you put into your body, you will likely reach a saturation point where more is not better.

Your gut can only trigger the release of a finite amount of GLP-1 before you start going overboard, no more additional GLP-1 will be released, and you start experiencing gastrointestinal side effects.

Which is exactly what I’m going to talk about next.

Calocurb Side Effects

Speaking from my own experience and reading through the hundreds of review of satisfied Calocurb users, I can confidently say there is an extremely low chance of short-term side effects happening.

But no compound is perfect, and in full transparency you should be aware of what could possibly happen.

The most commonly reported side effects of Calocurb — and “bitter” compounds promoting a feeling of fullness/satiety” within the first 24-48 hours are the following:

  • A mild laxative effect (the most frequently reported one by people in my inner circle)
  • Indigestion
  • “Hop tasting burps”
  • Stomach irritation
  • Loose and/or more frequent bowel movements 

Most of these will subside within 24-72 hours after taking Calocurb and there will be no issue with continuing to use Calocurb on a daily basis.

If anything, experiencing the side effects mentioned above is a sure sign that (a) the Aramasate is having a pronounced effect and (b) the body is starting to adjust to regular use of Calocurb.

Think of it like a spring-cleaning detox!

Just keep this in mind as we are all biochemically unique in our physiological differences and N-of-1, so don’t freak out when you do or don’t experience side effects.

In rare cases you may simply be one of the outliers who has to use a much lower dose of Calocurb than what is recommended (like this poor gentleman who practically crapped his pants).

Don’t be afraid of experimenting to see what works best for your body.

No different than what I would advise to someone who is using a GLP-1 receptor agonist drug.

However, there are certain cases where taking Calocurb is NOT recommended

  • People with Type 1 diabetes
  • People with an inflammatory bowel disease (ex. ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s) or some form of severe gastrointestinal inflammation (gastritis, acid reflux) that requires medications to be taken. 
  • Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding
  • Children under the age of 18

It always goes without saying you should speak to your physician before using Calocurb if you have serious medical concerns.

Will Calocurb Replace Semaglutide & Tirzepatide Entirely?

It is extremely important for me to clarify the role Calocurb will play alongside drugs like Semaglutide, Tirzepatide, and the other GLP-1 receptor agonists.

I’ll start by saying you will not be seeing head-on comparisons of Calocurb and the GLP-1 drugs anytime soon:

  1. There are completely different modes of action happening with each compound — you have exogenous GLP-1 being administered at a very high level (i.e. Semaglutide) and then you have the body’s endogenous production of GLP-1 being “super stimulated” (Calocurb). It’s like comparing an apple to a cucumber
  2. Calocurb is regulated under the FDA’s Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA), and so it is prohibited to have a study directly comparing an FDA-approved pharmaceutical product to a nutraceutical
  3. The next best thing you can expect is doing an efficacy study on Calocurb where the same kind of golden-standard pharmaceutical-type clinical trial design is employed to examine the same outcomes and measures (ex. weight loss, blood glucose levels, subjective feelings of hunger, etc.) already examined in past studies of the GLP-1 drugs

So there’s no chance of Calocurb ever being explicitly marketed as a GLP-1 receptor agonist alternative.

I was also informed by the Calocurb team that they do not recommend using Calocurb and a synthetic GLP-1 drug simultaneously (although I AM going to be experimenting with this myself at some point during a 30 Days 2 Shredz cycle).

Their rationale was there is no point in taking a supraphysiological level of a synthetic drug in combination with a nutraceutical, just like there would be no point in taking an antidepressant and St. John’s Wort at the same time.

In other words, stimulating GLP-1 release when your biological system is already super-saturated with GLP-1 probably won’t be useful and you will experience diminishing returns (if not more pronounced side effects).

The studies simply haven’t been done yet to see what interactions would result from a combination of Calocurb and a GLP-1 injectable.

BUT… there are three major uses of Calocurb in relation to the GLP-1 drugs…

The first one is using Calocurb as an “off-ramp”, i.e. taking it as you are weaning off the use of something like Semaglutide.

When you take any kind of synthetic hormone in an exogenous fashion, you have altered/decreased your body’s natural production of said hormone.

This is a big part of why you see high rates of rebound weight gain in patients taking drugs like Semaglutide (although as Dr. Rudolph Eberwein has spoken about before, a lot of this is due to the clinician’s ignorance of how to use them properly).

So as you’re coming off a GLP-1 receptor agonist, Calocurb will stimulate the body’s release of GLP-1 and lower the likelihood and/or severity of weight regain.

The second one would be using Calocurb as a transition towards using a GLP-1 drug.

I would only see this application being useful in people who are metabolically inflamed dumpster fires — obese, insulin resistant, etc.

The third one is using Calocurb as an alternative to GLP-1 receptor agonists for one or more personal reasons. 

Even though I did already mention Calocurb cannot be marketed as such, there are many situations in which someone would prefer the use of Calocurb over a GLP-1 drug:

  • They do not like injections and suffer from needle-phobia
  • They cannot tolerate the side effects of drugs like Semaglutide and Tirzepatide
  • They cannot afford the ludicrous cost of ~$1,000/month for weekly injections and do not have any kind of insurance coverage or medical benefits

And if you’ve been playing close attention as to how Calocurb works, you can get on it and off it much faster than you can with a GLP-1 injectable.

Due to how they are dosed, it can take at least 1-2 months to titrate up or down a single dose adjustment for a drug like Semaglutide (ex. starting at 0.25mg injected subcutaneously per week and going up by 0.25-0.50 mg every month up to a maximum of 2.4 mg).

It’s also worth bringing up that Semaglutide and the other drugs in the GLP-1 receptor agonist typically have a half-life of 7 days with a duration of action lasting at least a few days… meaning it’s always “on” for the week.

Contrast that with Calocurb, which “works” within an hour, lasts for four hours and 99% of it is degraded in the lower colon.

Which means you do not have to continually rely on it forever.

In fact, if you are on vacation or in the middle of holidays like Christmas and Thanksgiving where you are surrounded by all the “bad” foods, you could take a dose of Calocurb and inhibit your desire to overeat right in the nick of time.

So you can think of it as an easier way to reset your metabolic set point while instilling healthier eating habits.


Commonly Asked Questions About Calocurb

Q: It is well known that the hop flower has a high concentration of phytoestrogens and can therefore exert estrogenic effects. Is there any reason to be concerned about this, especially if I am a man who is looking to keep their testosterone levels fully optimized? 

A: It was definitely a top-of-mind priority for the Calocurb team to address… not just for the men, but for women who are on some kind of hormonal replacement therapy and don’t want plant-based phytoestrogens getting in the way.

This was their response to one of my Fully Optimized Health members who reached out to them via email:

“that is correct; part of the Hop flower has 8-prenylnaringenin (8PN) which is a 17b estradiol mimic. However, Amarasate (Calocurb extract) is extracted by CO2 supercritical extraction, which removes 8PN and other non-required compounds as waste. Extensive testing has been done on the Calocurb for both activity levels and purity.”

The CO2 supercritical extraction technique removes all organic matter and estrogenic compounds, only leaving a small amount of essential oils and the alpha- and beta-bitter acids necessary for Calocurb to exert its potent effects.

Q: Calocurb contains canola oil, which some people have told me is bad for your health. Should I be concerned if I am going to be a long-term user of this nutraceutical?

A: Absolutely NOT!

Let’s break down the facts and put this unfounded fear-mongering to rest once and for all…

(As somebody who is absolutely militant about avoiding seed oils and vegetable oils at all costs!)

First, take a look at the data my mentee Hunter Williams compiled about the amount of canola oil in a capsule of Calocurb compared to other common sources of nutrition:

And in graph format for those of you who understand data better when it’s presented in a clean chart:

Notice how you are getting 0.125 grams (125 mg) per CAPSULE of canola oil.

Even if you are mega-dosing Calocurb at 8 capsules per day, you are at maximum ingesting 1 gram a day of canola oil.

NOTE: For context, if you take the FDA at their word, they suggest that the risk of coronary heart disease can be lowered by eating 1.5 tablespoons (19 grams) of canola oil PER DAY.

That amount won’t be enough to break a fast because it is negligible from a calorie standpoint and will not have any impact on your insulin levels

Truth be told, you’re probably breathing in a lot more canola oil when you walk into a grocery store in a major first-world city!

Second, consider some of the following facts about canola oil (SOURCE):

  • Canola oil has a 1:2 ratio of omega-3 fatty acids to omega-6 fatty acids, whereas other seed oils have that same ratio from anywhere between 1:15 to 1:30. 
  • Canola oil contains a high concentration of monounsaturated fatty acids
  • Canola oil is a great source of Vitamin E

Third, the use of canola oil in every Calocurb capsule is no accident:

  • Every batch is tested and verified to ensure the canola oil is free of GMOs and pesticides
  • The canola oil used in Calocurb is cold-pressed, refined, and sourced right in the heart of the USA
  • It was the best choice as the most insert and stable polyunsaturated oil
  • Canola oil allows the hops flower extract to be directly released into, and absorbed by, the small intestine to exert its appetite-lowering effects

However, I AM hearing there is the possibility Calocurb will transition towards using extra virgin rapeseed oil sourced from New Zealand as the carrier oil.

So there’s nothing for you to worry about.

Q: Many GLP-1 receptor agonist drug users report additional benefits beyond weight loss such as reducing inflammatory markers, lowering the frequency of addictive behaviors, and treating cardiovascular failure. Could we expect to see these kinds of outcomes with long-term Calocurb use, or is it too soon to say?

A: It’s hard to say for sure without a direct study of Calocurb’s impact on those benefits and the degree to which that impact occurs.

But if the GLP-1 synthetic injectables are having those effects, and Calocurb is merely stimulating the activation of GLP-1, you would expect to see similar effects.

The Calocurb team has told me they have years of anecdotal evidence from customer testimonials reporting things such as a lower desire to drink as former alcoholics (on top of the hundreds of pounds they’ve lost).

Not something you can make a definitive claim for, but at the same time it’s not a large leap to make this assumption using basic logic.

Q: What future studies are on the horizon for Calocurb?

A: There are some talks about the possible investigation of using Calocurb after bariatric surgery and even after the use of a GLP-1 receptor agonist.

The major one being worked on right now is a gold-standard clinical trial for examining weight loss.

Here’s what is known so far:

  • The study will take place over a time period of 6 months
  • 150 men and women with a BMI above 30 will be studied
  • Calocurb taken twice daily will be pitted against a placebo control
  • Variables to be studied include weight loss, appetite/food craving, blood glucose, body composition, satiety hormones, and other relevant biomarkers

Do keep in mind that studies of this caliber are NOT cheap to perform… Calocurb estimates this will cost a grand total of $2 million and 18 months to complete.

And this is on TOP of the $20 million they have spent to date on the studies they’ve published to date.

Good science is expensive, yo!


How To Buy Calocurb Today

Because I love and appreciate you all, I struck a deal with the owners…

They allowed me to be one of the first influencers to promote the merits and efficacy of this over-the-counter supplement to a world that is now infatuated with anything and everything related to GLP-1 and the drugs targeting this hormone.

Which means YOU get to be one of the early beta testers before they potentially run out of stock.


CLICK HERE to purchase Calocurb today!

Use code JAY10 for 10% off!

Two bottles will get you 180 capsules (roughly a month’s supply) and cost you just $120, which is infinitely cheaper than sourcing a GLP-1 drug through a script… or even a research chemical company.

Shipping is FREE within the USA and it will take anywhere from 3-6 days for your order to arrive at your home (6-10 days for Canada, 7-14 days for the UK).

Subscriptions are available on a monthly basis and can be either skipped or canceled at anytime with no pressure whatsoever.

In the worst-case scenario where you are unsatisfied with the product after a 30-day trial period, contact them and ask about their 30-day money-back guarantee.

NOTE: Free shipping & handling is NOT offered for any returns and you will have to cover any fees associated with sending back your order to Calocurb’s USA headquarters in its original conditioning and packaging. Visit these pages (here and here) to read more about Calocurb’s return and refund policies. Depending on your country of residence (ex. UK, Ireland, Canada), you may have to pay an additional customs/import fee on top of what you paid for your order. 

Final Thoughts on Calocurb

Folks… I can’t say any more about this GLP-1 activator than I already have.

Your appetite is profoundly reduced without the usual laundry list of side effects — zero energy, sped-up heart rate, etc.

I’d even go as far as to say that experienced GLP-1 receptor agonist drug users won’t have any side effects, and may experience the same appetite-suppressing effects (if not greater).

If you have serious weight problems and/or are unable to fast, take this product and follow the easy-to-read directions.

I AM telling you these guys have all the makings of a billion-dollar eCommerce company… they are at the right place at the right time while having spent the past decade doing all the right things behind the scenes.

Their website and social media pages (Twitter, Facebook) are abundant with health recipes and tips for managing hunger and getting the weight loss results you desire.

And since customer success is the #1 indicator of Calocurb’s inevitable prosperity, feel free to reach out to their hands-on support team at [email protected].

You’ll get a quick reply from either Paul or Sarah themselves.

And don’t miss this video Hunter Williams and I made to discuss our results using Calocurb.

As always…

Raise Your Vibration To Optimize Your Love Creation!


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