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Just wanna say I have never tried these myself so can not give an endorsement on whether they work just as good as the traditional hard work and diet route; but this is all about the deal not whether it can make you a size zero! The reviews seem a little mixed though with Alli getting better reviews.

Weight Management through dietary fat binding.

Also helps with:
Decreasing food cravings.
Suppressing appetite.
Lowering blood cholesterol.

Certified Medical Device Product.

GOLDSHIELD.

Lipobind is a certified medical device product with safety and efficacy assessed under Medical Device Directive 93/42/EEC.

Lipobind is a patented fibre complex of a natural and organic source and is clinically proven to bind dietary fat. Lipobind, when used in conjunction with a reduced-calorie diet and appropriate physical activity, is an effective tool for weight management, reduction of excess body weight and helps reduce food cravings, suppress appetite and reduce blood cholesterol.


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LIPOBIND FAT BINDER (60 TABLETS) LIPObind is a new weight management product made from dried cactus extract, which aims to make it easy for you to reduce your dietary fat intake. It helps bind dietary fat, helps decrease food cravings and can reduce blood cholesterol. LIPObind is a certified medical product which in clinical trials has been proven to remove up to 28% of undigested fats and up to 150 calories from a standard meal.
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#1
Doesn't work - just done a course on nutrition and eating disorders and this stuff is rubbish.
#2
I have heard some scary stories from people that tried Alli and pooped themselves after a fatty meal :-(

Although my friend was prescribed Alli after the post cancer meds she was prescribed made her gain weight; it worked but she ate so sparingly anyway I do wonder if she would have made it without them

Anyway - I posted the deal because it was in the sale - again i cant give a review about the product but wanted to flag the offer incase someone wanted to try it
#3
It appears that the ASA banned pretty much all of the claims in the original post in 2008 because:

" evidence was based on "in vitro" studies - in a controlled environment outside of a living organism - and that the "in vivo studies had been carried out on obese, diabetic or ileostomy subjects or hamsters and guinea pigs"."

The manufacturers were specifically told "not to imply that the product could bind to fat in the absence of robust evidence that proved it could". i.e it is clearly NOT "clinically proven to bind dietary fat"!

So if you have an obese or diabetic guinea pig then this is the ideal product for you! Otherwise it's back to "a reduced-calorie diet and appropriate physical activity".

As for "this is all about the deal" - £12.72 for a product which doesn't work is not a bargain. Worse, paying a company to prey on desperate people is truly appalling.
#4
Yhere is now one of these products which workm on carbs...can't remember the name. Does anyone know if they work any better?
#5
I wish people wouldn't waste their hard earned cash on rubbish like this, if it worked the world would be full of size zero waifs. Exercise a few times a week, eat smaller portions and never deny yourself any foods in moderation, that is when you start creating problems for yourself.
#6
I'm starting a diet as from today, need to shift around 8lb. Not going to kill myself will just cut out the rubbish, crisps chocolates etc. and make my portions smaller. I have given myself a target of two months to do it.
#7
karagh
Yhere is now one of these products which workm on carbs...can't remember the name. Does anyone know if they work any better?


DeCarb or Phaselite - they seem to claim to inhibit the enzymes which break down starch. From what I can see, like Lipobind they work in theory (in vitro, i.e. in a test-tube they slow the breakdown of starch) but there's nothing like a big enough dose in the commercially available pills to have any noticeable effect on weight loss in people. As they also seem to cause severe abdominal pains in many people (the manufacturers don't describe this as an unpleasant side-effect; conveniently enough it's just proof that they're working!) I dread to think what a big enough dose would do to you!
#8
Lilly_White
I'm starting a diet as from today, need to shift around 8lb. Not going to kill myself will just cut out the rubbish, crisps chocolates etc. and make my portions smaller. I have given myself a target of two months to do it.


You've got the right idea, good luck :thumbsup:

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