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Kurt Angle, age 42, is training for the 2012 Olympic Trials. Angle earned a gold medal in Olympic freestyle wrestling in 1995 and feels his current diet and exercise routine give him an edge—and that includes products from his own line of food and supplements.

“Using Ultra Fiber DX and my Angle Foods meals has not only helped me curb my appetite and feel fuller longer, but remarkably it’s helped me lose significant visceral fat, which helped my waist measurement drop two inches, compared to when I’ve dieted in the past,” he said.  “Angle Foods meals and supplements are my secret weapon in getting ready for the Olympic Trials.”

Angle started his food and supplement companies, Angle Foods and BarnDad Innovative Nutrition, less than two years ago, but both have already begun to achieve mainstream success. Products are now available at GNC, Vitamin Shoppe, Thrive Weight Loss clinics, Hi-Health and gyms nationwide. They can also be purchased online.

Both companies are focused on the importance of integrating fiber and protein into the everyday diet. Angle Foods provides frozen, ready-to-eat meals that are infused with BarnDad’s unique Ultra Fiber DX.

Ultra Fiber DX is a 100 percent natural—meaning non-GMO—fiber supplement that has eight different soluble and insoluble fibers. It’s a flavorless, universal ingredient that mixes easily with water or other beverages and can also be used in baking as a flour substitute. It is the power behind Angle Foods.

In a research study conducted in Germany, Ultra Fiber DX was proven to lower the AIC blood glucose levels of diabetic patients and increase weight loss in obese patients over a three-month period. It naturally reduced hunger and slowed the digestion and absorption of sugars and carbohydrates, thus reducing insulin spikes and allowing glucose to be metabolized more effectively.

Angle hopes that these products will help to revolutionize the food industry and that young and old will begin to become educated about the health benefits of a high-fiber diet. For now, he continues to use them daily. “My favorite meal is the GuiltBuster Pizzas. It’s been years since there has been a pizza I’ve been able to eat while training, let alone one that tastes great!”

For more information on Angle Foods or Ultra Fiber DX visit www.kurtanglefoods.com or www.barndadnutrition.com.

 

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