Rasva Review

by The Diet Critic on January 13, 2015

Rasva review
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Rasva Natural Fat Binder is an over-the-counter (OTC) weight loss pill. This non-prescription diet pill claims to be clinically proven and a certified medical device. It is manufactured by KitoZyme SA and is distributed by Famous Rainbow. According to the product website, in Europe, Rasva has been clinically proven to decrease the absorption of dietary fat, control weight when combined with a “fat conscious diet” and treat excess weight.

How it supposedly works is by keeping the body from absorbing a certain percentage of cholesterol and dietary fats. Every capsule is made up of a fiber-based gel that is said to create a non-soluble compound when it is bound with dietary fats. The compound that is formed passes through the body without being digested and is eliminated as waste. According to the product website, Rasva’s active ingredient can bind as much as “800 times its own weight with fat”.

There is only one active ingredient in Rasva – KiOnutrime-Cs. This is a natural fiber that comes from Aspergillus Niger Mycelium, a natural fungus that is high in vitamin C. It is considered to be the vegetarian version of Chitosan, which is usually derived from the shells of crustaceans.

Most people who take Rasva typically only take it for 4 weeks and take 2 – 3 capsules twice per day, 15 minutes before meals. At the time this review was written, a standard month supply of Rasva (120 capsules) cost £49.90 (about US $78.00).


You can order different packages of Rasva online from reputable retailers including Holland and Barrett and Amazon. There is some information about the product and how it works on the official product page. It may help to bind fat. When taken in conjunction with exercise and a healthy, calorie-conscious diet, this may result in weight loss.


Although the official product page does provide information about the product, including how it has been designed to work, it does not offer a list of the ingredients. It also does not provide any clinical studies to prove any of the claims that have been made about the product. Furthermore, other than the direction to take 2 capsules 15 minutes before food, there are no detailed directions on how to best use the product for optimal results. Usually, in order for fat binders to work, they require those who take them to ingest sufficient water. The website does not provide any information regarding how much water a person should drink. It also does not offer any dietary or exercise recommendations.

In addition, although no side effects are listed on the official website, this does not mean that they do not exist. On the contrary, side effects that may be experienced are constipation and/or diarrhea. This is another reason why drinking sufficient water is important. Frequent and lose bowel movements can increase the risk of dehydration.

Before taking Rasva you should first speak with your healthcare provider.

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