Boots Fat Control Review

by The Diet Critic on August 15, 2018

Boots Fat Control Review
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Boots Fat Control is a non-prescription diet pill for weight loss. It is manufactured by Boots Pharmaceuticals. It works to decrease the amount of dietary fat that the body absorbs by binding fat. Its chief ingredient is a fiber complex that comes from an organic plant source – opuntia ficus-indica, otherwise known as Prickly Pear. It is its key ingredient that prevents the body from absorbing some dietary fat.

Prickly pear is a common ingredient used in fat blockers because it can bind to fat particles, which increases their size and makes it hard for the body to digest them. What the body cannot digest it will simply eliminate as waste. In addition to this ingredient, the tablet also contains calcium hydrogen phosphate dihydrate, microcrystalline cellulose, povidone magnesium stearate, and silica.

According to the manufacturer’s instructions, this diet pill should be taken with water, directly following a main meal. It is recommended for users to take 2 -3 tablets after each meal or 3-4 tablets if eating a high fat meal. No more than 9 tablets should be exceeded in 24 hours.This diet pill is meant to be used for a minimum of 6 months or until the user has achieved their desired weight loss goal. It is also meant to be used in combination with a low-calorie diet and regular exercise.

Boots Fat Control Pros

Boots Fat Control can be purchased from the official UK Boots Pharmaceuticals website. It is competitively priced. At the time of this review, a single package containing 60 tablets sells for £22.95. The formula contains no additional flavorings, salt, preservatives, or artificial flavors or coloring. Furthermore, the ingredients that make up the formula are not of animal origin, which makes this a vegetarian and vegan friendly product.

Boots Fat Control Cons

Boots Fat Control does not have an official website and the information found on its buying page from the manufacturer’s website is very limited. Although it states directly on the product packaging that it is “clinically proven to reduce the absorption of fat from your diet”, there is no mention of this clinical evidence on the product page that can back up this claim. Thus, there is no guarantee that this diet pill will actually help to control fat and assist with weight loss.

Furthermore, there is very little information in regard to the diet pill’s ingredients. Details about the ingredients and an explanation of how they work are not provided and there isn’t even a list of their quantities. The manufacturer only mentions that the primary ingredient is “patented fiber complex of organic plant source”, but does not mention what it is called, which instantly puts this ingredient’s safety and efficacy into question.

Before taking Boots Fat Control, you should first speak with your healthcare provider.

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