If you’re on a diet or considering commencing one, I guess you’ve been surfing the net looking for recipes, advice, exercises and perhaps slimming aids? If you have been looking for the latter, then you can hardly have failed to notice one called XLS Medical Fat Binder. XLS is currently the most advertised and publicized commercial diet pill on the market; at least in the UK. So what’s all the fuss about? Is it a wonder drug that will enable you to shed pounds while you sit on sofa and eat and drink whatever you want? No. And before we look at the benefits, it’s also worth noting that it’s not cheap. But- it is medically proven to work as part of a diet regime.
It will reduce your bodily absorption of fat in the food you eat by over a quarter, and also suppress your appetite. These are the medical claims, but they have been proven in trials. There is also a welcome degree of candour in the adverts- no miracle snakeskin oil cure for obesity here. The claim is that you will lose about three times the amount of fat you would lose if you only underwent traditional dieting methods of reducing calorie intake, and exercise.
XLS Medical works by its active ingredient “binding” to the fat you consume. This not only helps you feel full for longer, but the bonded fat is too large to be absorbed into the bloodstream through osmosis and therefore travels the length of your gut to be excreted naturally without that fat having been added to your body mass. It should begin working in just three days as part of your diet regime, and significant results should be seen, or rather weighed, in just four weeks.
If you want the real technical stuff the active ingredient is Litramine: A patented organic fibre complex, mainly derived from Opuntia ficus indica; that’s the prickly pear cactus if you are not a botanist! This is the fibre catalyst that binds with fat molecules. Also in each pill is Vitamin E-acetate: A fat-soluble vitamin also known for its anti-oxidant properties. It also contains Vitamin D3: A fat-soluble vitamin vital for general health. You can obtain it naturally through sunlight- no wonder we need a supplement living in the grey and cloudy UK! Finally there is Vitamin A acetate: Another fat-soluble vitamin.
The only side effects appear to be that some people have experienced gastric wind, loose stools or constipation, and some a feeling of being bloated, with an uncomfortable feeling in the stomach region. Constipation appears to be much reduced (if experienced at all) by upping your intake of water- always a good thing to be doing anyway!
Well known celebrity Mica Paris has gone on record of telling how she dropped two dress sizes through using XLS Medical Fat Binder in just over 12 weeks as part of a diet and exercise plan. It’s best to check with your Doctor or a pharmacist before embarking on a diet regime using XLS Medical, especially if you have an existing medical condition and/or are taking medication. It’s not suitable for pregnant women, those hoping to become pregnant, and breastfeeding Mums. It’s for adults only and will only show its full benefits when used as part of your diet.
So if you’re planning a diet that includes exercise, calorie reduction and eating more healthy foods, then XLS Medical may well be the icing on the cake (sorry!) you need to reduce weight more quickly and efficiently.