Rasva natural fat binder – do the
cons outweigh the pros?
What is Rasva?
We are told that Rasva Natural Fat Binder is certified by the European Union as a weight loss aid.
Two Rasva capsules should be taken up to three times a day before each meal to aid weight loss by preventing the body from absorbing fats.
Does Rasva Fat Binder work?
There is a major claim that this product makes which does not add up and that leads this reviewer to worry about the product in general. In the publicity the company behind Rasva Fat Binder claims that their product is European Union Certified.
Digging a little deeper and what they mean is that the capsules are covered by an EU directive which draws a distinction between drugs or medicines on the one hand and compounds which act in the body as a “mechanical barrier” on the other. Put another way, all this says is that the capsules are made under EU rules, but not that they have an EU seal of approval.
Secondly, much is made in the publicity about the clinical studies that this product has undergone, but no evidence is shown to back up the claim that these trials even happened.
Finally, we do not know exactly what the ingredients are in each capsule, nor their quantities. Reviews on Amazon list ingredients that are not found on the product website, along with warnings that this Rasva seems to work as a laxative.
Rasva Capsules Pros and Cons
It is virtually impossible to list the advantages of Rasva fat binder because the information as to its effectiveness is just not there. The cons, on the other hand, are many and numerous.
Perhaps one of the best diet supplements we have reviewed in recent years is Capsiplex – a 100% natural fat burner and appetite suppressant which cuts daily calorie intake and burns stored body fat.
Capsiplex sold over 50,000 bottles when it was released and was hailed as the NHS miracle diet pill by leading UK newspapers.