XLS Medical Review


I have taken on the weight loss challenge, to get my wedding body on.
I am doing this with a mixture of healthy eating, attending gym and not trying not to have too much wine.

I was asked if I would like to aid my weight loss with the UK’s No 1 weight loss tablet XLS Medical.

After reading into it, side effects etc (there weren’t any known when Myself and other bloggers were given them to review) I decided to go ahead and give them a bash.
I am a woman who needs to lose weight. I will take any extra help I can 😉

The tablets are simple to – Take 2 with a drink after each meal. 3 if its a high fat meal. The maximum you can take in one day is 6.

The one thing I liked about these is that they are naturally derived and don’t interfere with your body’s natural workings. Perfect!

I am going to do the review in 3 stages. This is due to being given 3 month supply of XLS Medical and thought the best way I can do it is in monthly stages.

This first month I have been a little bit lazy (and piggish, if that’s a word!) on the healthy eating front. There have been some days where all I have wanted is junk food. Crisps, dips and nuts, especially cashews mmmm, are my downfall. And there was one week I didn’t lose any weight, didn’t put on though. Just stayed the same. And I put that down to taking XLS medical. I really think, had I not been taking these I would have put on weight for sure.
My other weigh ins I have lost 2-3lb and that’s not cutting back just eating normally and a couple sessions at the gym.

In the last 30 days I have lost 9lbs. Go me 🙂 and that’s including the week I stayed the same.

I know what you are thinking? How does this work then? Here’s the answer:

XLS Medical Fat Binder reduces the absorption of dietary fat by interacting with the fat to form a viscous fat-fibre complex too large to pass through the wall of the small intestine.
This fat-fibre complex is eliminated naturally from the body in the stools, when you go to the toilet. You shouldn’t notice any difference to your usual bowel movements, although you need to drink enough water to prevent becoming constipated.

That’s the science part behind it.
If you want to lose those extra pounds What have you got to lose? (Excuse the pun!)

If you are any of the below, then you are not able to take these supplements:
Are pregnant or likely to become pregnant
Are breastfeeding
Have a BMI of less than 18.5
Eat liver or liver products once a week, with other products containing retinol (as XLS-Medical also contains vitamin A as retinol)
Are at risk of osteoporosis (post-menopausal women and older people)

If you have any underlying health problems, cholesterol, etc, please seek medical advice from your GP before taking these.

I will update you in another 30 days with more progress 🙂

If you would like anymore information visit XLS Medical

I have been given a 3 month supply of XLS fat binder for reviewing. All opinions are of my own