XLS Medical fat binder review
XLS Medical fat binder
XLS Medical is undoubtedly the most popular of three XLS products, and has recently shot to fame thanks to some celebrity endorsement from singer Mica Paris.
Mica recently revealed she lost a whopping two stone in only three months, claiming XLS gave her the helping hand she needed to get back into shape. Mica was featured in a number of UK newspapers attributing her weight loss success to XLS.
How does the XLS Medical fat binder work?
As with other commercially available fat binders, XLS works to reduce the amount of fat which is absorbed by our bodies.
The key ingredient responsible for this is Litramine – a natural vegetable fibre which binds to fat molecules in undigested food. The result is a 27% reduction in daily fat intake, while improving cholesterol and curbing cravings.
Is XLS medical worth buying?
It must be pointed our that the technology used in XLS is nothing new, regardless of what recent advertising may lead you to believe.
Proactol is one such other clinically proven and 100% natural fat binder which contains plant extracts to reduce overall fat intake.
Proactol costs less than XLS Medical, blocks up to 28% of fat, and also also enjoys over 5 years of UK sales with a solid reputation for results. The inclusion of a 6 month money back guarantee is the icing on the cake for many natural dieters.
Where to buy XLS Medical
The full XLS range is currently sold in boots (out of stock until later this month).
Possible side effects
As a natural supplement, XLS is unlikely to cause any negative side effects.
XLS and other natural fat binders offer an effective yet safe way to keep dietary fat intake to a minimum, without having to make big changes to your regular eating habits.
However, XLS may struggle to persuade savvy dieters from choosing cheaper and longer standing fat binders such as Proactol.
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