Valeo Sauna Suit Review
What You Should Know
The Valeo Sauna Suit is one of the many health and fitness related products produced and marketed by the Valeo company. Valeo has been in operation since the late 1980′s when it introduced its first ab belt. There are many different sauna suit products out there that all promise to help you lose weight by retaining body heat and sweat. Chances are there is little to no difference between this product and its competitors, and it is safe to say this gimmick based product will not likely produce the results you are looking for.
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The Valeo Sauna Suit is a two piece vinyl suit meant to be worn in the sauna or during exercise. It claims to be able to help you lose weight by increasing your core body temperature to boost the metabolism and burn more fat, holding the sweat into the suit rather than letting it escape through the pores. This particular suit is sized largely so you can move easily while wearing it, and wipes clean with a damp cloth. Wearing a suit like this could easily cause dehydration, so it is important to drink plenty of water, especially if plan to use it in a sauna. There are some consumer complaints of the suit ripping and tearing easily, particularly at the crotch area, even after just one use. Losing weight through sweat is water weight, and not fat weight, so this means your weight loss will generally only be temporary. If you drink plenty of water to stay hydrated, you will likely just lose the weight from the water you drank to compensate for dehydration, thus getting no real result.
- The Valeo Sauna Suit is cost effective at under $20.
- The Valeo Sauna Suit may lead to dehydration.
- Customer complaints suggest low quality.
- Water weight is temporary weight loss.
- This does not provide exercise recommendations.
- This does not address diet.
The Valeo Sauna Suit is not something we recommend invsting your time or money into. Instead of focusing on short term water weight loss, you should focus on long term healthy fat loss, at a rate of about one to two pounds per week. Do this by working out with cardio and strength training exercises on a regular basis, and by following a sensible reduced calorie diet. Though it may not produce quick results, it will produce lasting results, and that is what matters for your health. If you want to increase the amount of weight you lose compared to dieting and exercise alone, try a clinically proven weight loss supplement in addition to your diet and exercise plan.