Fat Blocker Diet Pill Review
A simple and effective way to lose. Fat Blocker diet pills supposedly can block up to 6 grams of fat per each and every capsule so says the marketing.
Fat Blockers, generically, are extremely effective for weight loss – this particular product is called Fat Blocker and not to be confused with the fat blocking genre of diet pills. Confused?
Fat Blocker (the product) daily dosage is 2 capsules with each of your two meals a day – so in theory 24 grams of fat per day can be stopped from being absorbed into your body. The fat can simply pass through your body and leave via bowel movements.
The theory may be correct, but glancing at the ingredients there does appear to be one or two worrying ingredients.
Fat Blocker Ingredients
The inclusion of Chitoson is of concern. Chitosan is a fibre complex that is comprised of extracts of shellfish (crabs and shrimps) there has been very little data compiled yet as to its effectiveness and safety. There have been clinical trials – but at the time of writing none performed on humans. More about Chitosan here
Magnesium Stearate is a common filler ingredient.
Do Fat Blocking Diet Pills Work
Fat blocking (the genre) is one of the most effective ways to lose weight. The most common and successful GP prescribed diet pill is Xenical. Xenical (Orlistat) uses the fat blocking technique within its formula. Over 25% of fat consumed is blocked at source.
You cannot buy Xenical over the counter or at health stores – it is via prescription and only available to those who have a high BMI and are considered obese or morbidly obese. More about Xenical here.