Proactol XS is a new and improved version of the popular fat binder Proactol Plus.
It is claimed to bind more than 800 times its own weight thanks to its use of Chitosan as its main ingredient. However are these claims to be believed or should Proactol XS be given a wide berth?
Lets look at how this supplement works before we come to any conclusions.
Claimed benefits of Proactol XS
The following claimed benefits have been made:
- 33% more efficient than animal-derived Chitosan
- Medically certified to bind fat
- Can help to lower cholesterol levels
- Suitable for use by both vegetarian and vegans
- Kosher and Halal certified
- 30 day money back guarantee
How does Proactol XS work?
As Proactol XS is a fat binder, this means that once you take the recommended dosage of 2 capsules before every meal you are not going to be able to absorb as much fat into your system as normal.
The Chitosan is a soluble fibre that will bind to any dietary fats making them too large to be absorbed resulting in them being removed from your body without being digested.
Obviously by reducing your fat intake you are also reducing your calorie intake, which combined will result in weight being lost.
Below is a graphic that shows how Proactol XS works:
Is Proactol XS proven?
Proactol XS has been medically certified and is also classed as a IIA medical device. Click here to download the pdf provided by the manufacturer to prove its efficiency.
Ingredients of Proactol XS
The main ingredient of Proactol XS is non-animal derived Chitosan, which is claimed to help bind at least 800 times its own weight in fat.
Each capsule contains 500 mg of this fat binding ingredient.
There are no preservatives, flavour enhancers, gluten, lactose or milk protein. Proactol XS is suitable for both vegans and vegetarians, as well as being Kosher and Halal certified.
Will Proactol XS cause any side effects?
At the present time there have been no reported side effects from users of Proactol XS.
Proactol XS used by Mischa Barton
Former The O.C. actress Mischa Barton has recently revealed how she plans on using Proactol XS to lose her excess weight.
Since the popular US reality TV show ended Mischa has struggled with her weight but now plans on taking back control.
Due to constant pressure from the media it is easy to understand why she would want to use a proven product such as Proactol XS to reach her goals.
Is Proactol XS recommended?
Just like its previous incarnations Proactol XS comes highly recommended. Its ability to bind up to 800 times its own weight in fat should help with your weight loss efforts.
The fact that it is medically certified and has many positive user testimonials (that you can view on the official Proactol XS website) should reassure you that this product is going to work.
Where to buy Proactol XS?
You can buy Proactol XS online for £39.95 for a bottle of 60 capsules, unfortunately this will only give you enough capsules for 10 days.
To help reduce the slightly high cost of this supplement I would recommend purchasing one of the larger packages. The best value package would be the ‘Buy 3 Get 3 Free Offer‘; with this offer you would save £179.85 off the RRP.
Remember although Proactol XS is more expensive than some products available on the market, you will be buying one that has been clinically proven to work.