Fat binders are not a new type of diet pill, but XLS Medical is a relatively new fat binder. It has been available to buy from high street stores for about a year. We decided to take a closer look and do a full review about this fat blocking diet pill.
How does XLS Medical Work?
XLS medical fat binder contains Litramine™ as it's key ingredient. It makes an insoluble substance when it binds with dietary fat that passes naturally through your body undigested.
This means it stops some of the fat you eat from being absorbed.
Does it work?
I had a look at a popular UK retailer boots.com and the following review was made by an anonymous customer:
“Been using these continuously for last 3 weeks with diet and some light exercise. I see absolutely no change. Also I haven't felt or had any decrease in appetite . Sorry I wasted my money. I will finish the months course but am very disappointed.”
Other reviews suggest a modest amount of weight loss, but surely for the amount of money you are spending you hope to see noticeable results.
Is it the best fat binder?
We don't think so, and here is why. Not only does it bind slightly less fat than the leading fat binder Proactol XS (1% less than the 28% that Proactol XS blocks), it is also more expensive.
Proactol XS has other benefits, having been established for over 6 years as a popular fat binder. It is backed by a 30 day guarantee when you buy from our recommended retailer.
So whilst they are comparable in terms of results, you could save yourself money and get slightly better weight loss results by using Proactol XS.
Hi, I'm Aileen, the owner of Diet Pill Judge. I have personally tried loads of diet pills over the years and found that only a few of them really work.
My background is in science, so I set out to find supplements that have scientific evidence behind them and which I can confidently recommend.