Fucothin Review

fucothinNatural diet pills like Fucothin can help you lose weight quickly and safely; as long as they have high-quality ingredients like those found in Lipofuze.

Fucothin is natural to a T, but is it also a diet pill that works and doesn’t cause side effects?

The Ingredients in Fucothin

Fucothin only has two active ingredients: Fucoxanthin and Pomegranate seed oil.

Fucoxanthin comes from the pigment that gives seaweed its color. It is full of antioxidants and it supposed to be very nutritious. Fucoxanthin is used in Fucothin because it is supposed to protect cells from free radical damage.

Pomegranate seed oil is used because it is supposed to enhance fucoxanthin and support your body’s natural ability to burn fat.

These ingredients may be beneficial, but neither of them have been clinically proven to promote weight loss.

What Do Users Say?

Customer ratings of Fucothin aren’t the highest. On one site, it received a rating of 3.5 stars out of 5 from 97 reviews. That is higher than the rating that Fucothin has received on GetDietSolutions.com, but it’s still not what very impressive.

The biggest complaint that people had about Fucothin is that it didn’t make any difference. Or they said that it took several weeks and a lot of hard work to get results with this product.

How Long Do Results Take?

If you want a diet pill that gives you results soon, Fucothin isn’t the product for you. It usually takes about 6 weeks before the ingredients kick in and start helping you lose weight. It’s common for people to use a diet pill for 6 weeks before they lose a significant amount of weight, but most good diet pills start “kicking in” within the first week or two.

Is Fucothin a Safe Diet Pill?

Because it uses all-natural ingredients, Fucothin should be a safe diet pill that doesn’t cause side effects. This is confirmed by the customer reviews I read which hardly mentioned side effects at all; even the most negative reviews.

How to Use It

Each softgel of Fucothin has 200 mg of ingredients. The recommended dose is 1 softgel three times a day with food and water. If you want a stronger dose, you can gradually increase your dosage to 3 softgels three times a day. At that rate, a bottle of Fucothin will only last for 10 days.

The manufacturer recommends that you combine Fucothin with a 1800 calorie diet. They don’t suggest a particular exercise program, but you’ll most likely need to implement one, because that was a major deciding factor in whether or not people lost weight with Fucothin.

The Price & Guarantee

Fucothin is available for sale on several internet retail sites. Currently, the lowest price for 90 softgels is $26.22. I was able to find retailers that offer free shipping, but few–if any–of them offer a money back guarantee. Usually, you only get that kind of an offer from the official website; but if Fucothin had an official website before, it doesn’t have one now.

Recommendation

Diet pills are supposed to make it easier for you to burn fat. Based on user reviews, it seems that diet and exercise made the biggest difference in people’s success; not Fucothin. Fucothin may be beneficial for your health, but it probably won’t help you lose a significant amount of weight.

I recommend that you use Lipofuze instead of Fucothin. Lipofuze has clinically proven ingredients that boost metabolism and suppress appetite, so you can burn fat faster. Lipofuze works quickly and safely, and it comes with a 100% money back guarantee.

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Recent Fucothin User Comments

16 Reviews

  1. Stephanie Jones
    July 5, 2008 @ 7:43 pm

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    I thought Fucothin was ok. I wish I would’ve lost more weight. I probably won’t buy another bottle once this one is gone.

  2. Christina
    July 8, 2008 @ 9:01 am

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    I’ve struggled with my weight my whole life and Fucothin didn’t really help as much as I wanted it to. Oh well….

  3. Ted Christiansen
    July 11, 2008 @ 1:42 pm

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    Has anyone had side effects with Fucothin? I am just sic of having the jitters.

  4. Marielle Cutler
    July 12, 2008 @ 10:57 pm

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    was very expensive

  5. Missouri
    July 16, 2008 @ 4:37 pm

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    I wish i would have found this website earlier. I bough Fucothin a few days ago and i’ll let you guys know how it goes.

  6. Benjamin Jameson
    July 17, 2008 @ 9:20 pm

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    Hey, Fuc you Fucothin. Cheap scam artists.

  7. Lillian Anderson
    July 31, 2008 @ 5:29 pm

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    I had a positive experience with Fucothin. I didn’t lose an amazing amount of weight, but the results were noticeable.

  8. Anonymous
    September 1, 2008 @ 2:21 pm

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    I have had hot flashes ever since I started using Fucothin. I thought when I stopped using it (it’s been 4 wks now), they would stop, but it hasn’t. I think it has catterpult me right into menopause, if that’s possible.

  9. Beth
    November 2, 2008 @ 6:19 pm

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    I’ve tried it for two months, no luck with it. Sorry to say I was very dissapointed. Since menopause, I have put on 25 pounds and even though I exercise it will not come off. I had high hopes for this product.

  10. Carol
    December 4, 2008 @ 2:22 am

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    I heard from a homeopathic drugstore that in order for fucothin to work well you need to have a blood type of O positive for the best weight loss. Something about the seaweed works well with the O type blood. Other blood types may not find the same results and if you exercise with it, your results should be better.

  11. Ellen
    December 12, 2008 @ 12:18 pm

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    I’ve used Fucothin on and off since it came out. It has come down somewhat in price. I do notice the weight comes off slightly faster when I use it but not enough to validate the price I have to pay. Dr. Rubin, I’m disappointed in you. I expected better for what you charge for this product. It makes me wonder if your other products are overpriced for what they claim to deliver.

  12. lisad
    January 14, 2009 @ 11:22 am

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    i have been using fucothin since July and have had incredible success. The first five months or so I was taking three pills three times daily and was sweating or feeling hot…maybe that is why i lost weight .
    Now i take six a day , don’t sweat and still mainatin or lose. I started at 140 5’7″ and am down to 127. inches just flew off !
    i always buy with the $5.00 coupon and do agree that it is expensive…however all vitamins and supplements are priced to high…I just started my kids on Juice Plus and those prices are outrageous

  13. linda b.
    February 10, 2009 @ 11:00 am

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    I have been using this product for 3 months. I have never used anything for weight loss before and started this because the salesman at the vitamin store recommended it, saying it was benign and that he had good results “over time.” I think those two points are true. I have noticed a bit of an improvement in weight loss–a couple of pounds–ant it has taken a while to accomplish it. What can I say? There are no easy answers, especially for women after menopause.

  14. cynthia c.
    May 14, 2009 @ 12:42 pm

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    Ive been using the product for a few months, and have lost a few inches. I am happy with the product. I order mine thru vitacost. It’s way less expensive than any vitamin store. I also have cut down in my food intake. You just cant expect the pill to do all the work for you. It takes a few months to see results. Thank you,

  15. New York
    October 12, 2009 @ 2:44 pm

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    I had a not so good experience with it, and stopped taking it last week. I started taking fucothin at the beginning of the summer since workouts alone didn’t seem to be getting me very far. It seemed to help – I lost 5 pounds, but then that was it – would really like to lose another 10. Then just a few weeks ago, I started having some issues – I started experiencing really bad muscle fatigue, and slow recovery after working out, and I wasn’t doing anything out of the ordinary. Then I started having all kinds of joint pain, and last week when I had heart palpitations, followed by an immediate headache, at the begining of a workout, I decided I should see my Dr. I didn’t think it had anything to do with the fucothin – I really thought that there was something wrong with me (I am only 42 but all of a sudden felt much older), but I stopped taking it anyway, just in case. When I saw my doctor, she said that the fucothin was what was causing my issues, and that it effects the mitochondria in your cells, causing them to not work properly – I’m sure I’m not explaining it like she would. Also I was asked if I was experiencing hot flashes – which I haven’t been, but have read of others who did complain of that. Fortunately she said the effects were reversible, but she didn’t know how long it would take. She suggested I take CoQ 10 for about a month and also recommended something called mitochondrial resuscitate. Anyone having any strange or new issues, should really see a doctor, or just stop taking it. I thought that the worst that could happen when I started taking these pills, is that I would have wasted my money and see no weight loss. I am so relieved I didn’t do any serious damage to myself, and that this is reversible – I am feeling more like myself every day, and feel like I should have known better than to take something I know nothing about. I would never use this product again, and I really just wanted to warn anyone who is taking it to watch for strange symptoms. My sister was taking it too, but stopped when she thought it was affecting her sleep.

  16. john eageryeah
    March 23, 2010 @ 11:07 pm

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    yeah, fucofat. better name for the outlandish bs you claim your product acheives. and mr. rubin, your book, the maker’s diet? how dare you bring some sort of spiritual message bs, again. who do you think you’re fooling.? stop the nonsense.

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