I had previously posted here about Calorease, a weight management in pill form that I was asked to review through Moms Meet. The product is very simple and easy to use. You take two pills of Calorease with each fat-containing meal. Calorease works by binding the fat and thereby could potentially reduce your intake of calories per day. The makers of Calorease state that this weight management treatment can reduce your food intake by up to 500 calories a day. So if you are busy and going to the gym does not always fit your schedule, taking a couple of pills with each meal sounds easy enough.
I took Calorease for 3 weeks now and I can assure that I did not notice any side effects. I was initially very concerned about any effect on the heart, but I did not notice any rapid heartbeat etc. I did not measure my blood pressure, so take this statement with the disclaimer that to me, my heartbeat state the same. And the makers of Calorease state that the pills are stimulant free.
I did notice that in the description it states that if you have a low calorie diet, you should consult your physician. This is because if the pills are taken with a very low calorie meal, such as a small salad, you can experience constipation. If you plan on eating a plain salad, you should simply skip Calorease and save it for a more fattening snack or skip the one dosage on that day alltogether. I did not notice any such side effects, but I usually have two slices of buttered bread with my salads or some crackers. So by my standards, some crackers or pretzels or buttered toast is enough fat that you can tolerate two Calorease with your small salad.
What I did notice though is that sometimes I would wake up hungry. This I took as an indication that my evening meal was not as filling as normal and this was due to the Calorease. So you may have some stomach growling, despite eating a regular meal. I did notice that I lost weight without changing my daily routine or my meals to any degree. I am down about 5 pounds since starting Calorease. Now that may be unrelated to Calorease, but as I stated I did not knowingly change my routine.
Overall, this has been a good experience for me. The weight management was certainly easy and convenient. You can fit it in your schedule as long as you eat regular meals and do not snack throughout the day. I have not noticed any side effects and I did drop some pounds.
So if you are curious about Calorease, a 90-tablet pack of Calorease retails
for $29.99. This is in exchange for the convenience of being able to pack a couple of tablets in your
purse and take them when you are eating out.
If you want to try now Calorease, you can get Calorease at 50% discount and pay only $14.99 for a 90-tablet pack by placing your order at calorease.com/buy and enter code 4MOMS. To find updated information on sales and other specials, please “Like” Calorease onFacebook.com/calorease.
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Disclaimer: I received 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 do not necessarily reflect
the opinions of May Media Group LLC. or the manufacturer of the product.