Bystrictin reviewBystrictin is a meal replacement formula for weight management. It has been designed to block hunger, so you eat less. It is made by Century Sciences, a California-based company. More specifically, it is a dietary compound powder that produces a blocking gel inside the stomach. It provides a feeling of fullness, signaling to the brain that hunger needs have been met.

Bystrictin contains Bariaxn, which is a propriety complex. It consists of a mixture of “specialized” soluble fibers and utilizes Gastric Fill Technology (GTF), which causes dietary fibers to expand in the stomach, increasing feelings of fullness. According to a quote on the official product page from Dr. Karen Vieira, who has a Ph. D in Biomedical Sciences, Bystrictin’s “results are so dramatic that it may be considered a safe alternative to bariatric surgery.”

The formula contains more than 20 different ingredients, some of which include, but are not limited to: Whey Protein Isolate, Soy Protein Isolate, Whey Protein Concentrate, Fibersol, Glucomannan, Potato Extract, Guar Gum, Xanthan Gum, Maltodextrin, Canola Oil, Sunflower Oil, Medium Chain Triglycerides, Barley Beta Glucan, Calcium Phosphate, Salt, Magnesium Oxide, Potassium Chloride, Sucralose, Cocoa, etc. The official website claims that the key ingredients have been clinically studied and some scientific studies have been provided. However, there is no scientific proof that taking Bystricitn will help a person lose or manage their weight.

To create the shakes, Bystrictin can be mixed or blended with water, skim milk, soy milk or almond milk. After drinking the shake, users are supposed to chase it with a full 8oz glass of water. The ingredients within the formula have been designed to absorb the water within a matter of minutes and create a gel that fills up the majority of the stomach. The feeling of fullness it creates means that dieters will be less hungry. It can be used to replace one or two meals and is available in two flavors: Swiss Chocolate and Vanilla Bean.

Side effects that may occur while taking this product include: gas, loose stool and diarrhea. It is important that those who take this product drink plenty of water to avoid these side effects, as well as dehydration. In addition, users of this diet supplement are strongly urged to eat at least one balanced meal every day, because the shakes are not an adequate source of nutrition.

You should first speak with your medical physician before taking Bystrictin to make sure that it is the safe and ideal choice for you.