Carb Zapper Review
What You Should Know
Carb Zapper admits that it “sounds too good to be true but its not!” This product maintains that it really can block up to 38 grams of carbohydrates and sugar with each use. By inhibiting the digestion of carbohydrates in the body, Carb Zapper prevents them from becoming stored body fat, so you can “cheat” and eat all the foods you love.
Phaseolin EX (White Kidney Bean Extract), Magnesium, Gymnemalin, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Chromium Picolinate, Chromium Polynicotinate and Vanadium.
Carb Zapper is one of a number of products on the market today that maintain they can inhibit the digestion of carbohydrates in the body, keeping them from eventually becoming stored fat. Any consumer who has a passing knowledge of these products will immediately recognize the ingredient that Carb Zapper is relying on for effectiveness, White Kidney Bean Extract. Marketed here under the name Phaseolin EX, the usual claim is that this Extract will aid in blocking carbohydrates by interrupting the working of the enzyme Alpha-amylase, which is responsible for starch absorption. The effectiveness of White Kidney Bean Extract is somewhat unclear at this time. There have been no comprehensive studies done to test this ingredient. It should be noted that there is a chance that White Kidney Bean may inhibit the absorption of vitamins and minerals. In addition, anything that stops food from being absorbed is likely to cause gas and bloating.
Of the other ingredients, Alpha Lipoic Acid has been shown to fight fat in rats, but no human studies have been conducted. There is a very low web presence for Carb Zapper, it is available on only a few, very cheap looking retail sites. A 60 tablet bottle runs $23.95, and there is no evidence of a guarantee of any kind to be found. It should be noted that in our research on Carb Zapper we came across a notice from the FDA, warning the marketers to cease in making “false and misleading” statements about the effectiveness of this product.
- Carb Zapper is an inexpensive supplement.
- Carb Zapper has no official website and maintains a very cheap, under-the-radar presence on the internet.
- The FDA has warned Carb Zapper against making “false and misleading” statements regarding its uses.
- There is no evidence offered to back up the claims made by Carb Zapper.
The idea behind products like Carb Zapper is that the user can eat what they want and still lose weight because the carbohydrates that are consumed disappear in the body, never to be seen again, least of all on the hips. It’s a nice thought but one that has never been shown to be true. There is a reason that the most reputable weight loss aids contain an appetite suppressant and a fat burner. The way to get rid of excess pounds is to not consume as many calories. An appetite suppressant helps with this goal. Another goal is to use more calories than you take in. This is where a fat burner comes in. It’s a waste of time and money to fall for the fantasy of “eat all you want and have no worries.” Consumers who are serious about seeing results need to purchase a serious product; one that is well rounded, including not just a fat burner and appetite suppressant, but an energy booster as well. And unless you actually are a mouse, steer clear of products that have only been tested on lab animals.