What You Should Know
Full Fast Appetite Control Spray, a weight loss product by Klaumwell Labs claims to help you suppress your appetite, while promoting a greater feeling of fullness to reduce the overall amount of food you eat to help you lose weight. While it sounds good in theory, there are several reasons why a product like this does not work, and we will take a closer look at the product to determine the value it has to offer customers.
List Of Ingredients
Full Fast Appetite Control Spray contains: griffonia simplicifolia, gotu kola leaf extract, dandelion root extract, artichoke leaf extract, guarana extract, and Klamath algae powder.
Griffonia Simplicifolia is a natural mood lifter and has no relation to weight loss.
Gotu Kola leaf extract is a a mild antibacterial, antiviral, anti inflammatory, anti-ulcerogenic, anxiolytic, cerebral tonic, circulatory stimulant, diuretic, nerine, and vulnerary treatment. It seems to do everything but contribute to weight loss, and is known to have some side effects.
Dandelion root extract is used on its own as a natural detoxifier. It is a diuretic, which in most cases does more harm than good.
Artichoke leaf extract is rich in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fiber. The additional fiber may have a negligible impact on its ability to suppress the appetite and create a more full feeling.
Guarana extract is a natural energy supplement, though not as effective alone than when it is combined with damiana and yerba mate.
Klamath algae powder is a natural substance thought to help generate a thermogenic effect on the body. However, the studies and other information available is not conclusive enough to determine exactly how effective it is.
- The formula is all natural and safe for vegetarians.
- The necessary amount of ingredients to induce appetite suppression would not fit into a spray formula.
- The spray formula allows for many of the ingredients to get lost in the air, and therefore never ingested by the user.
- These ingredients aren’t really effective for weight loss.
- This product contains diuretics which are more harmful than good.
While the idea of an appetite control spray appeals to many dieters, the basic concept is flawed. In a spray format, many of the ingredients end up in the air around the user, rather than ingested by the user. Instead of wasting time and money on a spray that may or may not give you everything it claims, dieters are better off with a supplement that contains proven appetite suppressants and/or fat burners. For even better results, combine the regular use of the supplement with a balanced diet and exercise routine.