Fibo-Trim is a supplement from AdvoCare that claims to help one limit their fat absorption after consuming a meal high in fat. Based on claims from the website, “It contains a unique, proprietary blend of fibers and nutrients that assist in the binding, transport and removal of dietary fats from the gastrointestinal tract before it is stored in your body.”* It is said to help maintain cholesterol levels already within the body, as well as provide a feeling of being full which results in being an appetite suppressant. Last but not least this pill is said to support your intestinal health, and regularity throughout the body.* These are all large claims made for one small bottle of supplements, so do the claims really match up?
The Ingredients In The Fibo-Trim Supplement:
Vitamin C (as niacinamide ascorbate),Vitamin E (as d-alpha tocopheryl succinate),Niacin (asniacinamide ascorbate),Chitosan,Guar gum, Xanthan gum, Psyllium husk powder Betasitosterol, Odorless garlic (bulb – Allium sativum), Taurine, Gelatin, Rice flour, Silicon dioxide, Magnesium stearate, and this product contains an ingredient derived from crustacean shellfish (crab, lobster or shrimp).
It is noted on the website that if you have a shellfish allergy, then do not take this product. It is also not suitable for any children under 12 years of age or women who are pregnant or nursing.
Do Dieters Lose Weight On Fibo-Trim?
This product got horrible reviews from it’s customer base saying that Fibo-Trim did little to nothing for them. They complained of feeling bloated and sick at times, just from the pills alone. Many of the customers attacked AdvoCare directly saying that the company is just making up new products to sell at this point to rake in the money. Overall, this product received a terrible rating, as the product just plain and simple did not work.
Is Fibo-Trim Easy To Follow?
In one bottle you will receive 180 capsules, and the bottle in total costs right around $40.00. You are required to take 3 capsules about 15 minutes before each meal, and drink an entire glass of water with the pills. Constant water consumption is required throughout the day as you take the supplement. It also states that the pills work best when consumed with your heaviest meal (but it still wants you to take them before each meal, so I don’t understand their logic there.) Taking a total of 9 pills per day, on top of a daily multi vitamin just seems like a drag to me. It is easy to take them in the morning, but to remember to take them throughout the day is not user friendly. Especially since the product has not been said to even work!
This product is rather expensive, and inconvenient for its terrible results. The product got poor ratings from a large majority of its customers, which does not make it worth the purchase, time, and hassle in my book. There are many ingredients in the capsules that are not proven to make one lose weight, and unfortunately is just another marketing ploy in AdvoCare’s playbook to make more money off of the customer. Save your money.
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