XLS Medical Fat Binder Side Effects

XLS Medical is one of the safest fat binding supplements currently on the market. Its manufacturers, wishing to avoid the backlash previously failed fat binding supplements went through because of the embarrassing and social-life wrecking side effects, carefully tested and scrutinized the reactions and interactions of XLS Medical with body functions and other substances, in order to eliminate any side effects.

Litramine is the main fat-absorbption inhibiting ingredient in XLS Medical. The official Litramine developer company confirms, “Every batch is externally tested for its fat binding capacity and certified to conform to stringent parameters.

This ensures total traceability and a standardised quality of Litramine™ guaranteeing consumer safety while preserving the optimum fat binding capacity.”

Fully understanding how XLS weight loss occurs will give you the reassurance of how safe XLS really is. Unlike other slimming tablets, XLS fat binder only targets incoming fat.

By binding to consumed fat, XLS medical simply makes part of that fat non-absorbable by the intestine. Then with natural bowel movement, the bound fat is released normally and safely.

Before discussing certain side effects one might experience with XLS, let me first clarify that these are not bound to be experienced by everyone. These are side effects people who’ve used XLS medical fat binder are reporting in forums and review websites and in no way are they representative of the supplement’s overall effectiveness.

In fact, XLS medical has been tested for its safety and reassuringly it doesn’t interact badly with the body’s natural functions, nor is it supposed to give you any type of alarming side effects.

However, first-time takers of XLS might experience a temporary bloatedness in view of the sudden increase in fibre intake. However, this is part of the adjustment process and it quickly subsides.

Note also that bloating incidents are rather the exception, there’s only an insignificantly minor percentage of people that experiences side effects with XLS binder, the vast majority will only lose weight. To sum up, XLS Fat binder side effects are trivial to nonexistent.

The claim: Fat Binders don’t allow sufficient vitamins to reach your body.

While other fat binders have been criticized for stripping the body of essential vitamins along with fat, this is counteracted perfectly in XLS as it contains along with Litramine, a formula of Vitamins A, E and D, making up for any vitamin loss that might occur when XLS Medical block fat absorption.

Gentle, well-tolerated, not interfering

Previous and unfortunately many current fat binding solutions contain large amounts of fat binding doses resulting in serious side effects such as diarrhea, anal leakage, serious stomach irritation, flatulence, oily discharges and other.

However, XLS Medical doesn’t contain chemical fat inhibitors like the widely known Orlistat and it only contains a sufficient Litramine amount to make it efficient yet safe to use.

As a result, it is gentle on the stomach and well-tolerated as it is naturally later discarded from the body. What is more, since Litramine is developed from natural fat binding Opuntia Ficus Indica leaves, it means it will be the most gentle on one’s stomach.

Despite the reassuring and safety tested claims of XLS Medical, some people do experience minor side effects including constipation and mild bloating. However, this might be due to insufficient water intake.

As the XLS medical fat binder website clearly states, when taking XLS there’s a need for sufficient water intake to counteract the bloating and blocked up feeling and keep oneself properly hydrated as well.

Based on reviews, XLS medical Fat Binder has no negative side effects if ones takes XLS as recommended by its manufacturers.

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    XLS Medical Fat Binder Side Effects — 12 Comments

    1. I have just started taking XLS Medical Fat Binder & its been about 3 weeks which I have lost 5bs. The only drawback is that for the last 3 days I have had the most dreadfully swollen ankles & feet. This is 1 of 2 side effects that can happen to you.I would like feedback on anyone who
      has also experienced the same. Just how long is this going to last?
      Hope someone can enlighten me.

      • Hi Trish!

        Wondering about is as well, as it’s the first time I’m hearing about such a side effect! Could you please detail a bit more if you take any other medication, or some specific health condition that you have? This would help people understand the product more before trying.

        Also, congrats on your 1st success! Things are moving already )

        Best,
        Ann

        • I am on warfarin for the rest of my life due to DVT plasminogen difficiency in my blood so would it be safe to take theses tablets

    2. like the aboveiv been on xls for 3 weeks have lost a few pounds but have also experienced badly swollen feet and lower legs despite keeping hydrated

      • Hi Christine!

        Thanks for sharing your experience, that’s almost similar to what Trish reported. When a percentage of fat is blocked, some vitamins may not access the body, so it’s advised to use vitamin supplements or consume enriched foods like fruits, veggies etc.. But I’m wondering what else can lead to such reactions like you and Trish expereinced…

        Cheers,

        Amy

        • i was so concerned as my feet and legs got more and more swollen i went to the doctors who ordered a full blood count , in the meantime i stopped taking xls and the swelling receded the test came back negative so i put it down to extreme hot weather . I started taking them again as i had spend so much money on them and within 2 days the painful swelling has returned . I really think this should be looked into as i will most certainly NOT be using them again

          • I have also experienced the very same problem with products containing Litramine. I had to have a number of blood tests to check my blood count, liver function an kidney function, as well as my heart, to try and find the cause of my leg swelling. I also develop fluid retention in my breasts when taking this product. All tests came back negative, and after a month without taking this product, and increasing magnesium intake, my symptoms subsided. I started taking the product again (and continued taking magnesium), but the oedema returned after 3 days. The swelling is especially painful when trying to exercise, especially running or crouching down on my lower legs. The symptoms are very much like compartment syndrome, but the symptoms do subside when I stop taking the product. I also find it does not block fat, and I actually seem to gain weight when taking Litramine/XLS Medical, but that could be down to the fluid retention I experience when taking this product.

    3. I recently bout 180 pack of XL and been taking for 2 weeks. I have developed bloating , wind and terrible intestinal cramping, enough to keep me in bed. I have stopped taking them from to-day to monitor what will happen. If anyone want to buy the rest of the packet at a low price feel free to leave a message.

      • Hi Moni!

        THanks for sharing your experience! I see so many people are facing side effects like the ones you’ve described. If someone is interested, please leave a comment here as well and I approve it asap.

        Alternatively, you may look into amazon.com to sell the pack.

    4. Am looking into buying xls, but am worried about the experience of people who has used the product. It is very scary to face the painful ordeal.

      • Hello Morondiya!

        Yes I agree, although not every person is experiencing these effects, but there’s still a decent amount of dieters who noticed these strange side effects. I’d recommend to go for a safer alternative like Proactol Plus – never heard of any similar effects and the product is basically the same as XLS.

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