B-Slenda is a nonprescription weight loss product that claims to be an effective fat binder made out of natural ingredients. Its primary focus is – as its category suggests – to help a dieter to reduce the number of calories absorbed into the body through the fats that he or she eats in his or her food.
It aims to be able to help dieters to be able to lose weight without having to suffer from hunger pangs due to diets that are significantly lower in fat and calories. The entire product is centered around its main active ingredient, which is called FibrePrecise. The claim that the manufacturer has made about this product is that it will help dieters to be able to reduce the calories that they are absorbing without having to decrease the amount of foods that they are eating – particularly in the way that crash dieting would require.
To understand whether or not this product could actually live up to its promises, it is important to take a closer look at its formula as well as what studies have been done on those substances or on the product as a whole.
The claim by the manufacturer of B-Slenda, Pharma Nord, from the United Kingdom, is that the FibrePrecise ingredient will bind itself to fats that are consumed in food so that they will become too large to be absorbed by the body. This indicates that since it cannot be absorbed, it will simply pass harmlessly through the body with the rest of the waste. The substance is made up of a natural fiber that is found primarily in shellfish. It is what is known as a second generation fiber, which indicates that it will bind exclusively to fat and not to carbs, sugars, or alcohol, for example.
The official website of the product claims that this fat binder is so effective that it will reduce the number of grams of fat from a meal by up to 20 grams per consumed tablet. This would be the equivalent of up to about 180 calories per pill.
Unfortunately, at the time of this review, the official website made absolutely no mention of any clinical or scientific studies that would suggest that this ingredient is capable of performing what it claims to be able to do. This makes the product extremely hard to recommend, as any opinion regarding its efficacy would be based exclusively on the marketing literature.