Proactol Pills

Proactol is a dietary supplement that has been available without prescription since 2005. It’s been successfully used by people to lose weight when nothing else worked. It’s safe, effective, and has very few side effects, unlike surgery and other weight loss pills. It contains zero chemical preservatives, artificial colors, artificial flavors, salt, and allergens. The product is vegetarian- and vegan-friendly.

There are millions of people in North America trying to lose weight right now. They’ve tried crash diets, exercise programs, diet pills, and some have even had gastric bypass surgery or liposuction to rid themselves of the unwanted fat. Now there’s a safer, easier, less expensive way to shrink your body down to a more pleasing shape. You don’t need to work out seven days a week, starve yourself, take potentially dangerous pills, or pay for expensive surgery. All you have to do is take one or two pills with water after you eat each meal, and watch the fat melt away.

Proactol works in two ways. It contains both insoluble and soluble fibres that each have their own fat-burning role to play. The insoluble fibres surround and bind to the fat molecules that float at the top of your stomach. This prevents the fat from being absorbed by your body – it simply passes through and is eliminated with your regular bowel movements. The soluble fibres mix with water and form a gel-like substance that fills your stomach and slows down your digestion. This makes you feel fuller for longer, and slows the rate at which glucose enters your bloodstream.

There are a few minor disadvantages: these pills are a little on the expensive side, at around 70 dollars per bottle. That’s a four week supply, so it works out to just under 20 dollars a week. Not everyone can afford that price. The other disadvantage is that some people experience minor side effects when they take Proactol. Some users have suffered from occasional loose stools and flatulence. Some people have reported anal leakage, although that is not a typical side effect.

If you eat a lot of carbs and not much dietary fat, then this product will not work as well for you. You would still experience the satisfying effects of the soluble fibre, but the fat-binding properties would not be as effective.

You may wonder if this product is too good to be true – there’s only one way to find out, and that’s to try it for yourself.

Source by Susan P Parker