Calorease Review

If you have followed me for any amount of time, you probably know I have battled with weight loss for quite some time now. It’s something that is not very fun and can be emotionally draining. Especially when you feel you eat pretty decent and do everything you can to try to lose the weight and are not winning the battle. I’m not big on diet pills. Many don’t work or have side effects I am not very fond of. And of course I know diet pills are not magic either. But there has to be something out there to help right? I was given the opportunity to try a new kind of pill through Moms Meet recently. Calorease is not a “diet pill” so I was a bit intrigued. How can a “not diet pill” do anything to help me lose weight, or at least not put on more? First, lets start with what it is.

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What is Calorease?

Calorease is a weight management aid. It is stimulant free, contains NO gluten, lactose, yeast, wheat, sugar, salt, egg, soy, dairy, artificial colors, sweeteners or preservatives as well as being vegan! So it should be able to be used by a vast majority of people with no problem! Calorease’s active ingredient is FBCx. This is an amazing little ingredient that is kind of like superman in my opinion. When you eat fatty foods, the fats are broken down in the pancreas by an enzyme called lipase. Once broken down, it is absorbed. There are products out there that are lipase inhibitors, which slow down this process and cause less breakdown, meaning less fat is stored. But many times this causes nasty side effects that I know I don’t want! FBCx takes this to another step. It actually BINDS with the fats so that they can not be broken down, but doesn’t create the unstable environment that the lipase inhibitors do thus avoiding the side effects.

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How do you use Calorease?

Calorease is to be taken with up to three FAT CONTAINING meals or snacks a day. I stress the fact of fat containing because it has to have fat. That is what it is binding to. No fat means you are taking it for no reason. It does not bind to sugars or carbs. Only fat. You simply take 2 pills with your meal and go abut your day. When taken regularly, it can reduce up to 500 calories a day. That’s 15,000 calories a month.

What was my experience with Calorease?

I received one package of Calorease. Taken three times a day, this lasted 15 days. I eat fairy healthy for the most part. All of my meals do contain some fat, so i took it with breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The first 2 or 3 days I didn’t really notice much of anything. By days 4 and 5 I had gained 2 pounds and realized I had yet to use the bathroom. I’m not a very regular person anyway, but this was a little uncomfortable. The pills stated no side effects, but that was the only thing I had changed. I decided I would give it a couple more days and see where I got. By the end of the week the side effect was gone and I actually seemed to be more regular than I had ever been. Not in a bad way at all. It was actually nice to feel like a normal person and not feel like I am toxic! After those first few days, I could really tell a difference from taking the pills. I lost the 2 pound I put on plus 3 more during my 15 days. I’d cal that a success. I didn’t have to change anything and I finally saw my scale drop below 180 again!

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Want to try Calorease for yourself?

Visit Calorease online and enter code 4MOMS to receive a 50% discount! That’s only $14.99 for the 90 tablet pack! Make sure to check out Calorease on Facebook as well to stay updated on the latest offers and promotions.

 

I received this product for free from the sponsor of the Moms Meetsm program, May Media Group LLC, who received it directly from the manufacturer. As a Moms Meetsm blogger, I agreed to use this product and post my opinion on my blog. My opinions do not necessarily reflect the opinions of May Media Group LLC. or the manufacturer of the product.

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