It’s been a long journey but I feel I’m now qualified to advise you on whether or not to take Lowat. At a fraction of the cost of similar products, this was an intriguing one for of an in-depth review, so we looked at the ingredients, negative side effects, scientific data and customer support. We also read reviews and user comments online. We then summarized, refined and condensed to give you the bottom line.
What You Need to Know
To start with, Lowat is a diet supplement that contains a proprietary blend of dolichos biflorus and piper betle extracts. It is meant to be taken three times a day before your meals with a glass of water. Each container comes with a one-month supply for only $19. The capsules are easy to take and portable.
Lowat has been around since 2011 and it’s produced by Swanson Health Products, which has been around since 1969. The longevity as a company and all-natural ingredients are both positive signs. The affordability of this one makes it an intriguing diet supplement option, but read on…
Lack of Weight-Loss – “Disappointing Results?”
The first concern that we have with Lowat ingredients is the lack of results. “Many reviews online complain about their experiences with this product.,” says our Research Editor. “It is this feedback that gives us the real story.”
One user mentioned, “I haven’t seen any results, I’d see the same results if I drank just the glass of water before each meal.”
“I’ve been taking these for 3 weeks with no weight loss,” said one disappointed dieter.
Negative Side Effects – “Another Red Flag”
Something else that was a recurring theme in the Lowat reviews was the negative side effects that were attributed to this diet supplement. “I’ve been taking Lowat for a few weeks now, and I’m constantly dehydrated and jittery,” said one user.
Another user commented that “I’ve been constipated and bloated ever since starting with Lowat.”
Our research has indicated to us that if there’s a specific part of a weight-loss regimen or diet supplement that is abnormally difficult or troublesome (taste, lack of results, negative side effects, etc.) the likelihood of losing the weight and keeping it off is slim. If Lowat really does cause these adverse reactions, this could be an issue.
The Science – “Clinical Backing?”
One disturbing thing that our team found is that there was little to no clinical information about the two ingredients in Lowat. The lack of studies and negative side effects are a red flag for us at DietSpotlight. Finding published scientific data is important when researching a diet supplement, so this is a discouraging sign from a product that we were initially excited about.
The Bottom Line – Does Lowat Work?
Well, what’s the final take on Lowat? It was an intriguing review for us because of the all-natural ingredients, the longevity of the parent company and the affordability of the product. We saw some good things in online reviews, but we have reservations about this one as a healthy diet supplement. The fact that many users experienced little to no weight-loss or had negative side effects, coupled with the lack of scientific data, leaves us wondering just how effective this one could be.
If you’re interested in a healthy way to lose weight, we suggest you find an affordable product that provides the results you’re looking for without the negative side. One that is backed by scientific research and clinical studies.
Among the best products we’ve seen in 2016 is one called Leptigen. This formula is a proprietary, four-ingredient blend that may help users lose fat more quickly and boost their metabolism, based on clinical studies. We were unable to find reviews complaining of negative side effects, but we found more than a couple reviews showing dieters are seeing great results.
The makers of Leptigen are currently offering a Special Trial Offer. It’s always good to see a company confident enough in their product to stand by it.