Absolutely Full

by DietPill.us Editor on December 15, 2015

Absolutely Full review

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Absolutely Full is a fiber-based appetite suppressant that has been designed to curb cravings, helping dieters feel satisfied with smaller meals and feel fuller faster. It comes from Absolute Nutrition and at the time this review was written, a single bottle containing 60 capsules could be purchased online for $12.99.

Glucomannan (as Luralean TS) is the single active ingredient in Absolutely Full. It is believed to work in helping to suppress appetite and making a person feel fuller faster by expanding in the stomach. It expands when it absorbs water. It also supposedly impedes the breakdown and absorption of dietary fats by removing bile acids from the small intestine, safely eliminating them from the body. It is also said to slow the quick emptying of food from the stomach into the small intestine, preventing the glucose spike that typically occurs after eating.

Several studies have been conducted on glucomannan to determine its effectiveness for weight loss. While some studies suggest that taking this ingredient orally may improve fat loss in overweight and obese adults and children, other research disagrees. The bottom line is that not enough substantial evidence exists to prove that glucomannan will help a person lose weight.

As for side effects, glucomannan can cause blood sugar levels to drop. If blood sugar levels drop too low, some people may feel light-headed or dizzy. In addition, other potential side effects include abdominal discomfort, gas, constipation and diarrhea. To reduce this side effect it is important to drink sufficient water.

The suggested dose is to take 2 capsules 15 minutes before a meal with plenty of water. The recommended amount of water to drink per does is a 10 ounce glass, but more is better. Considering a user is supposed to take 2 capsules with every meal, and assuming the number of meals per day is 3, that would mean users would take 6 capsules daily. This would mean they would require 180 capsules per month, which works out to three bottles.

Absolutely Full is not for everyone. Aside from anyone with an allergy to any of the ingredients, pregnant and nursing women should avoid taking Absolutely Full. Diabetics should also steer clear of these product since there is a risk that glucomannan may interfere with blood sugar control.

That being said, anyone who has an existing health condition or who is taking any medications should still speak with their doctor before taking this weight loss product.

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