Chitin is a natural component of the material that insects and shellfish make for their exoskeletons. Scientists in Norway have custom processed chitin giving it a natural magnetic binding affinity with fat and cholesterol in the digestive tract. The binding occurs when positively charged chitosan binds with negatively charged fat and bile acids. The binding of these fat and cholesterol molecules to chitosan fiber prevents them from being absorbed into the bloodstream. Chitosan is the first fiber designed specifically to attract and hold fat and cholesterol for safe elimination.
One to two capsules daily with food.