There’s been all sorts of chatter about Fat Magnet capsules for weight management, so we decided to create a comprehensive review, scrutinizing the ingredients, side effects, customer service and scientific research. We also spent some time reading dozens of user comments and customer responses from around the web. Lastly, we compacted the facts and details we found to give you the info you need.
What You Need To Know
Fat Magnet is a weight loss product made by Natural Balance. This is an over-the-counter supplement that contains four ingredients, which are Chitosan (500mg), Psyllium Husk (200mg), Malic Acid (40mg) and Aloe Vera (20mg). This product is claimed to reduce the absorption of fats and cholesterol and promote regularity. You simply take two capsules twice a day, prior to meals. Fat Magnet is described as “fast acting” so it should take effect quickly. Both women and men can use this supplement.
It looks like Fat Magnet has been around since 2010 and it contains natural ingredients. This product is available online for as low as $11.09 (72 capsules). Some customer feedback is posted on dealer websites such as Amazon and iherb.com, but read on…
No Clinical Proof!
According to our Research Editor, “We could not find any clinical research to support Fat Magnet capsules. While this product is advertised as scientifically advanced, this does not mean it has been proven in clinical studies.”
One customer commented, “Have been taking it for almost a week now and have not noticed any weight loss. I have noticed constipation.”
Another user said, “Bullshit medicine, I’m taking this tablets since 3 months, nothing happened.” Yet another customer stated, “Don’t work. Didn’t see any results at all. Was really disappointed and would tell you not to waste your money on them!”
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User Complaints – Another Concern
There are several customer complaints posted on dealer websites like Amazon. One user revealed, “I have been using Fat Magnet for 5 days and I had very bad diarrhea, but I have been drinking water, but it’s still the same.”
”This stuff only makes me constipated,” said another customer.
The intense research we’ve done has shown if there is some specific part of a weight loss pill or diet program that is very annoying or burdensome (no clinical research, user complaints, dangerous side effects) the probability of long-term fat loss is quite low. In other words, if Fat Magnet capsules do lead to a high number of user complaints, this could be very problematic.
There is no real clinical science presented with Fat Magnet capsules. Furthermore, there does not appear to be an official website for this product any longer. Since we at DietSpotlight need to see documented clinical studies that support the diet product and its ingredients, we cannot get behind Fat Magnet as an effective weight loss
Also, the makers of Leptigen are so confident in their product they’re offering a Special Trial Offer, which is a good sign.