What is XLS Medical Max Strength?
XLS Medical Max Strength is a weight loss aid for those who are overweight (BMI between 25 and 30). It can help you lost three times more weight than by dieting and exercising alone. It reduces the breakdown and absorption of sugar, fat and carbohydrates from food. It contains the active ingredient Clavitanol, a natural organic plant-based complex.
How does it work?
The active ingredient in XLS Medical Max Strength binds certain digestive enzymes so that they are unable to break down the fat, carbohydrates and sugar molecules. These are transformed into a fat-fibre complex too large to be absorbed and they pass through your system to be excreted as waste. Since most of the carbs, sugar and fat from your diet is being blocked from being absorbed, the calorie intake is in turn decreased as well.
Additionally, the tablets lower the blood sugar and insulin levels, managing the blood glucose and so limiting food cravings.
How should I take XLS Medical Max Strength?
Take 2 tablets with water 30 minutes before your main meals (whichever 2 meals you eat the most). Do not take more than 4 tablets a day.
Do not crush or break these tablets as this can make them less effective.
Is XLS Medical Max Strength effective?
Studies has shown that it help you to lose three times more weight than by dieting and exercising alone and is up to 33% more effective for weight loss.
How fast does it work?
Weight loss takes time and commitment and depending on your weight loss targets, it is recommended that you take XLS Medical Max Strength for at least one month to see results.
Can I take these with other medication?
As a medical device, the interaction between XLS and other medications has not yet been studied. If you are taking other medication, you should leave a 2 hour time gap between taking any other medication and XLS. Always inform your doctor or pharmacist that you are taking XLS-medical.
Orlistat, Alli and Xenical all contain the active ingredient orlistat, which reduces the amount of fat absorbed from your diet.
Meanwhile, XLS Medical Max Strength contains Clavitanol, which blocks the fat, carbohydrates and sugar from entering the small intestine.
Also, XLS Medical Max Strength can be used for a lower BMI, while Alli should be used by patients with a BMI of over 28 and Orlistat/Xenical a BMI of 30+.
Which one is right for me?
It depends on your current weight and lifestyle. However, XLS Medical Max Strength is not suitable if you are pregnant, breastfeeding or under the age of 18.
Also, do not take XLS Medical Max Strength if you are allergic to grapes, corn or any of their derivative products.
If you are diabetic, have IBS, an underactive thyroid, or coeliac disease, please consult your GP or pharmacist before taking treatment.
Are there any side effects?
XLS Medical Max Strength is well-tolerated and does not interfere with the natural workings of your body. It is gentle on your system but like most medications, patients taking XLS Medical Max Strength may experience side effects such as flatulence in the first few days of starting treatment.