Bystrictin Review

by The Diet Critic on July 29, 2014

Bystrictin reviews
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Bystrictin is a diet supplement designed for weight loss and is manufactured by Century Sciences California. It is a dietary compound powder that is added to liquid to create a slimming shake that acts as a hunger blocker and replaces up to two meals per day. According to the official website, it helps dieters “eat substantially less food and lose weight without surgery.”

The Bystrictin formula can be blended or mixed with water, almond milk, skim milk, or soy milk and is available in two flavors: Swiss Chocolate and Vanilla Bean. After drinking the shake, a full 8oz glass of water is to be ingested. The ingredients in the formula quickly absorb the water and create a “blocking gel” that fills up most of the stomach so you will eat less food.

For faster weight loss it is recommended that Bystrictin be used to replace two meals. That being said, the manufacturer strongly stresses that the user should eat a minimum of one balanced meal every day, as this diet supplement has not been designed to be a dieter’s only source of nutrition.

Bystrictin is made up of a proprietary complex called Bariaxin. It contains a combination of “special” soluble fibers and uses Gastric Fill Technology (GTF). This technology is said to produce effects that are similar to bariatric surgery. It helps to limit calories by leaving only a small space in the stomach for actual food, and creates a feeling of fullness.

The Bystrictin formula is all natural and contains over 20 ingredients. Some of these include: Soy Protein Isolate, Whey Protein Isolate, Whey Protein Concentrate, Fibersol, Glucomannan, Potato Extract, Barley Beta Glucan, Guar Gum, Xanthan Gum, Maltodextrin, Canola Oil, Sunflower Oil, Medium Chain Triglycerides, Cocoa, Calcium Phosphate, Salt, Magnesium Oxide, Potassium Chloride, Sucralose, Ascorbic Acid, dl-Alpha-Tocopherol Acetate, Vitamin A Palmitate, Zinc Oxide and so on.


Bystrictin is free of caffeine and other stimulants. It is easy to make and tastes good. It is an excellent source of protein and fiber, both of which are believed to help slow digestion and reduce hunger. The product can be purchased on the official manufacturer’s webpage and, at the time of this writing, is backed by a 110% money-back guarantee. The ingredients and nutrition facts are available on the site. Users of the product are also welcome to take advantage of a Free Online Weight Program that provides members with meal plans that have been exclusively designed by a registered dietician.

At the time of this review, Bystrictin is endorsed by a legitimate doctor, Dr. Karen Vieira, who has a Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences. The product is manufactured in an FDA-compliant facility and has received the GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) seal of approval.


There is no solid scientific proof that Bystrictin is effective for weight loss. Despite being “doctor recommended” and containing “clinically studied” ingredients, evidence is lacking that this supplement is everything the manufacturer claims it to be. This product contains milk and soy and is also manufactured in a facility that processes eggs, wheat, and nuts. As such, it is not vegan-friendly and should be avoided by those who have allergies or sensitivities to dairy, gluten, or nuts.

The official product page claims that Bystrictin is “safe and effective” with no drugs and no side effects. However, this is misleading. Every dietary supplement has the potential for causing adverse side effects in some people. Being high in fiber, some of the side effects that may occur when taking this product include: gas, diarrhea, or loose stools. In addition, no exercise regimen is recommended.

Anyone interested in taking this dietary supplement should first speak with their doctor before trying it.

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