Beat The Bloat Review

Editor's Review: 3.5 / 5.0

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Beat the Bloat is an all natural product to help women slim down and avoid the temporary weight gain associated with bloating, especially around menstruation and other hormonal changes throughout life.. Though it is not intended to be a permanent weight loss solution, we will take a closer look to see if it is an effective temporary solution for water retention issues.

List Of Ingredients

Beat the Bloat contains the following ingredients: Ginger root, Dandelion root, Fennel seed oil, Asparagus root extract, Peppermint oil, Green tea, Enzyme blend, Probiotic blend, and Potassium.

Product Features

This product features natural diuretics to help pull the excess water out of the body through increased urination. The potassium is added to ensure the body does not suffer from low potassium levels as a result of the excessive urination. The green tea, ginger root, peppermint oil, enzymes, and probiotics are in the formula to promote healthier digestion and a decreased chance of bloating based on the meals you eat. Reducing bloating that occurs with hormonal changes is a way to ensure you are not only comfortable but that your clothes fit better. The weight gain associated with bloating, though temporary, can cause your clothes to fit tighter, and make them more difficult to wear. This product is a cost effective solution for water retention issues at around $20 per bottle and is widely available through many retailers both online and off. This product however is not ended for safe, long term, significant weight loss.

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Advantages

  • This product is all natural and is generally considered safe for everyone who takes it.

Disadvantages

  • This product is not really a weight loss product. While you may see a few pounds lost, it is not ideal to expect any real significant weight loss.
  • This product contains diuretics which will lead to water weight loss, and may cause more harm than good.
  • This product is suited to help with water retention issues and does not contain fat burners or appetite suppressants.

Conclusion

If water retention issues are your problem, this product is likely a good investment for you at just $20 a bottle. However, for a long term weight loss solution, this is not an effective choice. It does not contain any fat burners or appetite suppressants like the optimal product should. We recommend finding a product with effective amounts of proven ingredients, and using it alongside regular exercise with a balanced diet for the best long term weight loss results. Customer reviews mention it works effectively to relieve bloating, but not for real weight loss.

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Editor: Paul Blake

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