Boots Fat Binder – Fat Control
High street chemist Boots stock a wide range of diet pills and slimming products – the latest product to hit their shelves is their own brand fat binder, Fat Control.
There wasn’t the fanfare that accompanied the arrival of a third party product Alli, last year – Fat Control just sort of appeared.
Nonetheless, using a fat binder offers quite possibly the most effective diet pill genus barring an appetite suppressant.
Fat Control is not the only fat binder stocked in store at Boots – Lipobind has adorned the shelves for several years.
What Is Fat Control
Fat Control contains a patented fibre complex of organic plant source – this natural fibre complex can stop or prevent a portion of fat from the food we eta from being digested by our stomach – and more importantly stop excess fat from appearing in the places we don’t want it too – stomach, upper arms, buttocks and thigh.
Ingredients Of Boots Fat Binder
The included ingredients consist of microcrystalline cellulose, calcium hydrogen phosphate dihydrate, silica, povidone magnesium stearate.
Does Boots Control Cause Any Side Effects
A majority of the weight loss products that are stocked by Boots are pretty much side effects free – their fat binder is no different.
If used in compliance with the documentation no adverse reaction should occur.
Boots Fat Control Is It Recommended
Fat binders generally are highly recommended and should be given serious consideration to introduce to your weight loss strategy.
This particular product is not up to the same standard as some of the more well known fat binders.
Where To Buy Boots Fat Control
In store at Boots priced around £21 – £23 for one months supply.
Can also be purchased from Boots online store
Other Fat Binders To Consider
Proactol has been available to buy without prescription for last few years and has gained in reputation year on year.
Proactol has a similar action to Boots Fat Binder but can stop up to 27% fat absorption.
Proactol has been voted fat binder of the year for the last 2 years in succession (2008, 2009) by readers of the Telegraph newspaper
Read about Proactol