What You Should Know
Fat Blaster is marketed as a weight loss supplement that can keep sugar and carbohydrates from turning into fat. It also claims to be an effective thermogenic, fat burner, appetite suppressant, craving controller and it claims that is can control the absorption of fat. Fat Blaster retails for $59.95 per bottle and one bottle contains approximately a one month supply. Users are instructed to begin by taking one tablet with a full glass of water approximately thirty minutes before meals. Once adjusted, users can begin taking two tablets with a full glass of water before meals. Those using Fat Blaster should not take more than six tablets in any twenty four hour period.
Fat Blaster does not have an official website, but it can be found on the Weight Loss Guide website. This website provides plenty of information on this product and its ingredients. There are no user testimonials posted though. Those wishing to use Fat Blaster can do so without a prescription because it is considered a dietary supplement.
List of Ingredients
Bitter Orange Peel Extract, Guarana, Coleus Forskohlii, Kelp, Green Tea Leaf Extract, Yerba Mate, Garcinia Quaesita, Fruit Gymnema Sylvestre, Ginger, Psyllium Husk, Cayenne, Chitosan, Choline Bitrate, Inositol, Pyridoxine and Chromium Picolinate.
Fat Blaster contains the ingredient Bitter Orange Peel Extract which is believed to burn fat and increase energy. The ingredient Guarana is believed to boost energy and suppress the appetite. The ingredient Coleus Forskohlii is said to promote a healthy thyroid and support lean muscle mass. The ingredient Kelp is believed to promote healthy thyroid function. The ingredient Green Tea Leaf Extract is said to minimize fat in the liver. The ingredient Yerba Mate is said to promote healthy physical and mental activity.
- Fat Blaster encourages users to exercise at least three times per week.
- This product does not contain any salt, starch, yeast or gluten.
- Fat Blasted can be found at reduced prices online.
- Fat Blaster contains maltrodextrin.
- There is no research cited to prove the effectiveness of this product.
- There are no user testimonials posted for this product.
- Fat Blaster is a bit expensive when compared to similar products.
- Fat Blaster contains caffeine so those who are sensitive to caffeine should avoid this product because adverse side effects such as insomnia and elevated heart rate may occur.
- Those taking MAOI’s, SSRI’s, antidepressants, NSAIDS, corticosteroids or certain other medications should not take this product.
- Those who have diabetes, hypoglycemia, high blood pressure, cardiovascular ailments or certain other medical conditions should not take Fat Blaster.
- Women who are pregnant or nursing should not take this product.
Fat Blaster does not really stand out from the rest of the supposed fat burning and appetite suppressing weight loss supplements available today. Fat Blaster may not be an effective weight loss supplement because there does not seem to be any proven appetite suppressants in it so those seeking a weight loss supplement with the ability to suppress the appetite may want to research other products that are intended for appetite suppression. Those seeking weight loss may also benefit from developing a healthy diet and exercise program that suits them and their lifestyle. Users will need to assess their health and fitness goals and decide if using Fat Blaster is right for them.