Fat Blaster Coconut Detox is a liquid supplement designed for use as a meal replacement. The user must forsake all other forms of nourishment for a period of two days and rely solely on the drink for their dietary needs.
When used in the directed manner the manufacturers claim their coconut detox drink will purge the body of unwanted toxins and shrink the waistline. Not eating for two days should be enough to reduce anyone’s waistline, but medical professionals advise against such extreme dieting practices and crash diets seldom produce long-term results.
Fat Blaster Coconut Detox is produced in Australia by the Sydney-based company PharmaCare (but branded Naturopathica), and marketed under their Fat Blaster label.
What Promises are Made for Fat Blaster Coconut Detox?
The manufacturers state their two day plan will help flush toxins from the body and reduce belly fat and puffiness.
Other promised benefits include:
- Clearer skin
- increased energy & concentration
- improved digestion
- And much more!
“And much more!” is such a vague promise it is barely worth repeating, but let’s cut PharmaCare a little slack and take a closer look at what their formulation.
Mix 125ml of the concentrate with 125ml of water and drink the compound slowly over a two to three hour period. Each bottle of Fat Blaster Coconut Detox contains a sufficient amount of concentrate to provide six servings (three servings for each day) and the shake should be used to replace breakfast, lunch and dinner. No snacking or other meals are allowed. It is also important to drink at least eight glasses of plain water each day.
Whats in It – Ingredients
Inclusion rates are stated for most of the ingredients, but they are provided in the form of percentages.
|Water||Coconut Water Concentrate (20%)|
|Coconut Cream (10%)||Apple Concentrate (5.5%)|
|Pineapple Concentrate (2.8%)||Food Acid (296)|
|Emulsifier (322)||Stabilizer (405)|
|Goji (0.14%)||Acai (0.1%)|
None of these ingredients are likely to contribute much to weight loss, especially in such low percentages, but goji and acai are rich in antioxidants that may provide detox benefits, but—again—the inclusion rates seem very low.
The main ingredients are derived from coconuts and their higher inclusion rates may help minimize the body’s reaction to being starved for two days.
Coconut water is high in potassium and contains electrolytes that can be useful for rehydrating the body and replacing vitamins and minerals that have been lost due to illness of strenuous exercise.
Coconut cream is produced from the white fleshy interior of the coconut. It is also a source of potassium and also provides fiber and iron and is a good source of medium chain triglycerides (believed to protect the body from viruses and infections).
A few customer report positive results and declare Fat Blaster Coconut Detox to be an “excellent” product, but the majority of independent reviews are negative:
Some customers also report the plan made them feel unwell:
Side Effects & Health Issues
The ingredients are unlikely to cause any side effects, but following a two day plan that enforces such a restriction in nourishment may have a negative effect on the body, so it is not surprising the customer mentioned above reported such unpleasant experiences.
The negative reactions to this kind of detox may include:
- Lack of concentration
Pregnant and nursing mothers and people with any health issues or concerns would be ill advised to follow this kind of extreme dieting and detoxification process unless approved by a medical practitioner.
Is It Recommended
PharmaCare is undoubtedly a reputable company, but Fat Blaster Coconut Detox is not a recommended product.
As a means of detoxification it may offer some benefits, but we think following the two day plan may incur too many costs to the heath to make the investment worthwhile.
Customers who stick with the plan for two days will probably lose some weight, but this will be more likely attributable to starvation than any of the ingredients used in the product and the extreme nature of the plan places an unnecessary strain on the body.
Where to Buy Fat Blaster Coconut Detox
Australian consumers should be able to find the product on the shelves of their local supermarket or at their nearest pharmacy. Customers from elsewhere in the world will probably be limited to online purchases, but Fat Blaster Coconut Detox can usually be found listed on the Amazon website.
Prices vary from site to site, but the average price of Fat Blaster Coconut Detox is $30 to $40; so a two day coconut detox is not cheap and the PharmaCare do not offer customers a money back guarantee.
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