We take a look at the most popular fat binding tablets - Alli, Lipobind and Proactol. We analyze their ingredients, effectiveness and side effects to see which one comes out on top in our fat binder review.
See which fat binder is the best at aiding weight loss in our article - Fat Binding Tablets
Alli Diet Pill Review
Alli is one of the lastest weight loss products to hit our shelves, and caused quite a stir when it was released back in April 2009. It is the first over the counter weight loss aid to be recommended by the FDA (Food & Drug Administration), and is only available for people with a body mass index of 28 and above. Read our Alli diet pill review here, and see how it compares with the current leading fat binder.
Proactol has long been established as a market leader and is a popular choice when it comes to fat binders. The main reason behind this is its clinically proven formula and countless user success stories, but how does it work to aid weight loss? Read our Proactol review here.
Alli Side Effects
Since its release in Aprill 2009, Alli has been used by thousands of dieters accross the globe, but reports of unpleasant side effects are now starting to surface. Alli's main ingredient Orlistat has been linked to liver damage, and is currently under investigation by the FDA. Find out about the infamous 'Alli oops' and more serious Alli side effects here.
Find out all about Formoline L112 tablets, the fat binder most commonly seen in your local supermarket. Its ingredients include shellfish, and it claims to work by binding the fat from your food.
But does Formoline work? and is there any clinically evidence to support its weight loss claims? Find out in our review here - Formoline tablets.
Does Lipobind Work?
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