Body Perfect Kidney Bean is a nonprescription weight loss capsule product that is manufactured and sold by a company in the United Kingdom called Bio-Synergy Ltd. It is advertised on the official manufacturer’s website as being a “high strength formula” that will help its users to stop their bodies from absorbing some of the carbohydrates that they are consuming in their food.
The ingredients – though not their quantities – are listed on the webpage for the product on the official site. They reveal that the only active ingredient within this diet pill is kidney bean extract. The other ingredients are non-active and include the capsule shell, which is gelatin, as well as magnesium stearate, and silicon dioxide.
This means that any benefit that could be obtained from Body Perfect Kidney Bean is based on the assumption that kidney bean extract will, indeed, not only be able to block some carbohydrates from being absorbed into the body, negating their impact on weight, but it also assumes that there will have been an effect that is large enough to actually generate measurable weight loss. After all, it is one thing to prove in a lab that this ingredient can act as a carb blocker, but it is something else to do this with such strength that it will have an impact on a dieter’s efforts to shed excess pounds.
To the credit of the manufacturer, it has taken the step to inform consumers that this pill is not a weight loss solution on its own. It provides specific advice that recommends visiting a general practitioner to ensure suitability and, if it turns out that this product is right for the individual, then it recommends using it as a part of a greater healthy lifestyle. This is very important as it may not be appropriate or safe for everyone, and popping this pill (or any pill for that matter) on its own will not cause weight to simply magically melt away.
It points out that weight loss can be hard work, but that by using this product, it will help to ensure that the best possible results will come from those efforts.
Unfortunately, it does not cite any scientific or medical studies that would suggest that it has any clinical foundation upon which to base its claims. Furthermore, research into the effectiveness of kidney bean extract in terms of measurable weight loss produced very few results, and among those that did exist, the research was typically small and/or inconclusive.