What You Should Know
ObesiMed is a fiber weight loss supplement with OmTec 19. The supplement is taken for 30 days. The dieter must stop taking the supplement for four days before starting the next 30 days. This cycle can continue until the dieter reaches goal weight. OmTec 19 is the active ingredient; ObesiMed is the delivery system for the ingredient. There are no weight loss limits for this product. Dieters who want to lose a few pounds and dieter who want to lose 100 pounds or more can both take the supplement. There is an official website for ObesiMed. The website offers a specialized diet and information on how to take the supplement. ObesiMed is not currently available in the United States.
List of Ingredients
OmTec 19, Amylum Solani, Hypromellose, Oleum Helianthus and Titanium Dioxide.
The method of action with ObesiMed is simple. The dieter takes the soluble fiber one hour before meals with two large glasses of water. The outer covering dissolves and releases fiber into the stomach. The fiber absorbs the water and food in the stomach. The fiber, OmTec 19, absorbs 50 times its weight and converts into a gel. The stomach instantly feels full and the fiber slows down the digestive process so that feeling of fullness lasts a long time. The dieter takes ObesiMed three times a day.
There is a tab for clinical research completed on ObesiMed. The tab does not list any research. The dieter must email the company for an abstract of the research study. This means they have to wait for the abstract to arrive before choosing to purchase ObesiMed.
The Fullness Diet is nothing more than a balanced diet created by a nutritionist. The dieter is told to replace unhealthy foods like processed meals and high-fat/high-calorie choices with poached, baked, steamed and fiber-rich foods. This is the advice of every diet professional.
We have no idea what price ObesiMed is selling for or how long it will be until the product is for sale in the United States.
- Fiber may help the dieter feel fuller, longer.
- May be less expensive than other diet supplements.
- No thermogenic ingredients.
- The dieter can only take the product for 30 consecutive days.
- Common side effects include diarrhea, cramping and gas.
- Not available in the United States.
ObesiMed is a new fiber diet pill that absorbs up to 50 times its weight in food and water. It turns into a gel that takes a long time to digest so the stomach stays full and the dieter is not hungry. The clinical research is not published on the official website, but the dieter can request an abstract of the research paper.