We have been on a health and wellness mission for a while now here in our little corner of the world. I have lost 20 pounds and the husband has lost nearly 40 pounds. We have accomplished our weight loss with diet and exercise—but, have both suffered a few minor sports injuries that zapped our motivation (and exercise availability) and have had a few events involving unhealthy food and drink. I am not a fan of “diet pills” as they often produce few results for me with many side effects—and contain a host of less than desirable ingredients. I was recently received the opportunity to sample and review Calorease, a stimulant free weight management aid, as member of Moms Meet.
What is Calorease? Calorease is a stimulant free weight management product that has been shown to bind and eliminate up to 9 times its weight in dietary fat. It is naturally sourced, and as part of a reduced calorie, fat containing diet, can reducing up to 500 calories a day from the fat in foods. While Calorease should not be viewed as a license to overindulge—it may just be the boost that some need to see better weight loss results.
What did I think of Calorease? My diet was fairly low fat during the two weeks that I reviewed the product. Since the product requires a bit of fat in the diet to work properly, I generally only took it once a day during the week (with the meal containing the most fat) and, usually twice per day on the weekends when our diet was more likely to be less than ideal.
Calorease comes prepackaged into two-tablet blister packs. The tablets are large—I often have difficulty swallowing large supplements and these were difficult for me. I was pleased; however, that I was not jittery and did not develop headaches or mood swings as I do with stimulant-based, diet aids. As the Calorease packaging indicates, bloating and such may occur if the product is taken without enough fat in the diet. I did experience bloating and cramping on a day when my diet contained too little fat—but, when taking the product along with other, normal fat containing meals, I saw no side effects at all.
Did I see results with Calorease? As I mentioned, I did not take the product multiple times per day, every day, as directed. My diet was not perfect during the two weeks of the trial—and I had pulled a muscle in my lower back, so my activity level was down as well. I did not lose additional weight—but I maintained my weight loss and that was a perfect result for me. (To put this into perspective, my husband followed a similar diet and limited exercise program during that same time—and did not take the Calorease product--and regained several pounds.) I certainly felt that I was able to maintain my weight loss with the help of Calorease during that time.
Would I recommend Calorease? I would recommend this to anyone seeking a natural, weight management aid. I saw no side effects when my meals contained fat (even as in lower fat from ground sirloin or turkey sausage—not from pumpkin pie or pizza) and I saw results for my personal situation.
Want to learn more about Calorease? To learn more about Calorease, check out the video below, visit the Calorease website or Like Calorease on Facebook to stay up to date on their latest offers and promotions.
Would you like to try Calorease? The makers of Calorease have offered my readers a 50% discount on the purchase of a 90-day supply. To purchase a 90-day package of Calorease, visit calorease.com/buy and enter code 4MOMS during checkout to receive the discount.
Disclaimer: I received a complimentary sample of this product for free from the sponsor of the Moms Meets program, May Media Group LLC, who received it directly from the manufacturer. As a Moms Meets blogger, I agreed to use this product and post my opinion on my blog. My opinions, which are my own, do not necessarily reflect the opinions of May Media Group LLC. or the manufacturer of the product.