Fills you up!
I've tried the strawberry and chocolate flavours of fatblaster from Coles. The taste is average but it does fill you up quiete well. It's good to have to replace a meal and assist in weightloss
Tastes great- actually keeps me full!
Bought this initially at full price $20 at coles, however, on special you can get it for $10.
Anyway, as per the instructions , I use low fat milk- 250ml & use my blender, & a bit of ice for a great smoothie consistency.
I am VERY picky with the taste of shakes (tried at least 20 different types over the years including regular protein Shakes not all meal replacement) but this tastes GREAT. If I’m doing a heavy day of exercise I blend half a frozen banana - and I mean heavy exercise ; 10 + Kilometres run and weights. I have lost 3Kg so far, 4 kg to get to my goal of 63kg
Amazing flavour. Delicious. Fulfilling
So far I have tried the chocolate fat blaster weight loss shake and I was a bit sceptical to purchase it at first but now I love it! It's so delicious and it keeps you full from breakfast to lunch and even at lunch you won't be that hungry. I feel so much lighter and more healthier and I can visibly see my stomach decreasing in size. It tastes great with almond milk and it tastes decent with water but I think having the shake with milk keeps you fuller for longer. If anyone is looking for a meal replacement shake, I'm telling you this is the one!
Flavour gross. Doesn't work
The flavour was so disgusting and after using it for a few weeks it did nothing at all. Wish I hadn't spent the money on it as it did nothing.
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Lost 5.5kgs in 2 weeks
I decided to try fat blaster as im not allowed to exercise for 4 weeks. I bought the chocolate flavour and i thought it would be weird with water but tastes just like a milkshake. Delish! Ive been having a shake for breakfast and dinner and then a salad for lunch and almonds for a snack. I was very strict the first week with it and i lost 3kgs (72kgs-69kgs). The second week i relaxed a bit, had a bit of chocolate here and there but still only eating one meal a day. In 2 weeks i have now lost 5.5kgs :) i did keto for 7 weeks and lost the same am...ount but spent a lot of money on food and exercised every morning. Ive been able to save so much using fat blaster as im only paying for salad ingredients ontop of $20 a week. Going to vegas in a week and definately plan on putting it all back on, so will write another review once im back :) but would defs recommend fat blaster
Fatblaster best of the shakes
I have Been using shakes as meal replacements for around a year this time at least in one meal a day, and watching what I eat and very little or no bread or sugar. I have tried a lot of the various shakes available including medical types like Optifast and Optislim. Though I have also tried all the flavours but consider the Fatblaster Rasberry to be a personal favourite these days, I also add frozen strawberries or raspberries to my shakes. I think the fatblaster shake consistency is thicker than most of the other brands too. for the price con...scious - I also wait for the shakes to come on special at the local supermarket (Coles or Woolworths) at which time they are half price at $10 and buy a few to last until on special again, if you purchase other brands that are a little watery Xianthum gum is good to thicken them up with, but use sparingly otherwise you may get constipated so drink plenty of fluid ............. when I started using the shakes I was 109kgs and have gotten to 76kgs and maintained that weight so far still using a shake a day sometimes two if I have eaten too much cake or the like the day before LOL!
Purchased in January 2018 for $20.00.
Re: green tea extract and full meals
I've been using Fatblaster shakes a few months now. 1) Warnings of green tea extract risks is for high dose products, some of which contain up to 18 cups. Fatblaster contains 1.6 cups. 2) This product doesn't have to be used as a meal replacer. I have 3 meals a day astound 800 cals a day, then have a Fatblaster shake as a snack or chocolate fix. Breakfast I have 2 eggs, 1/2 avo and a small bowl of fruit and granola. Lunch is a piece of fish, veggie stew homemade and some sour kraut. Dinner is always a homemade soup. My last meal of the night i...s soup so the body has less to process before bed. I lose around 2kg per month, but I keep the 800cal diet so when I go out to dinner I have some calories banked. For me, Fatblaster has stopped my junk food cravings and binges. I feel like I got my chocolate fix and it fills my stomach. The days I dont have it I seem to lose less weight. Because my diet is the same most days, I believe it does work. Rocky Road and Salted Caramel were yummy too.
The best shake I've tried so far.
I picked up the Raspberry Ripple reduced sugar shake after reading a Choice review of meal replacement drinks. It wasn't rated the highest on their list but was second or third, and could be bought at Woolies for $20 a tub. I've tried shakes before (all the big names) and find them gritty and metallic tasting, and leaving a nasty after taste, but that wasn't the case with FatBlaster. I made mine with full cream milk (it says to do skim), and added 1/3 cup frozen berries - my goodness, it was like drinking the most delicious thickshake you can...imagine. Woolies had a sale on this week (7/1/19) and all their FatBlaster shakes were 50% off, so I went and picked up the Chocolate, and Vanilla, reduced sugar flavours for $10 per tub. I've had a quick taste of the chocolate and... it actually tastes like chocolate, not that weird fake chocolate taste. In short, they are very drinkable shakes, and with the reduced sugar range are now even healthier, some of the other shakes on the market have upwards of 20gm of sugar per serve (!!) the FatBlaster reduced sugar range has around 7gm (not including the milk or anything else you add). As for results, it's early days, I have been using them to replace one meal per day for about three days per week for the last two weeks - I'm working up to more, and in the past two weeks along with my normal exercise and diet I've lost almost three kg.
Fatblaster ultimate indulgence diet shake
OMG!!! Rocky road flavour has just just got to be the best. I’m doing a 7 day water fast and used this product on the night of day 3 and will use one sachet in the afternoon for the rest of the fast to reach my goal. It’s working like a charm. Gut has already flattened and feel better overall with more mental clarity. Was 106kg now 102kg. I project I’ll be 100kg at end of day 7 diet/fast. That’s 6kg gone. Now the key, people! is to clean and controlled healthy diet after reaching the goal otherwise not only will you gain back what you lost but will be more overweight. Cheers.
I tried the shakes for a week and I did lose almost 3kg. Replaced 2 meals with shakes and had a salad with no dressing for third meal with a small Greek yoghurt over a handful of blueberries for dessert. In between if I was really hungry I had a piece of fruit and cut up raw veggies. I loved the chocolate mocha flavour with low fat milk but the taste of the vanilla shake made me feel ill with a very strong after taste. I couldn't be on these shakes long term but as a quick fix to get into an outfit for a function, one week was enough to do the trick.
If you're %100 committed in loosing weight..
Ok I've lost weight on both optislim, optifast & fat blaster. Fat blaster flavours are way better than anything else i tried. I only have the 3 shakes a day (breakfast, lunch, a grapefruit then one for dinner i mix it vitasoy soy milk,) love the taste especially like the choc & cappuccino flavours, I lost 11 kg in 2 months last November /December... But got lazy pigged out put it back on.. You need a sport to play that keeps you active keep it off.
You got to be focused, do exercises, read nutrition information labels /compare products for ...lowest sugar /fat content that has protein, not quit after a few weeks or expect miracles... The people who don't loose any weight or complain about these diet shakes obviously aren't serious with loosing weight, eat other food or snacks, takeaways & don't exercise.
Best tasting of Meal Replacement programs so far
I have only tried the chocolate flavour of fatblaster which is very smooth, thick and tasty, so far I have lost around 3Kg in 3 weeks which is what I was hoping for, I have one shake for breakfast, fruit mid morning, tuna with tomato on cruskits spread with philly cheese for lunch or another shake, then dinner, a smaller portion of whatever we have for dinner than what I used to have and some more fruit or a small dessert afterwards, and some walking for 20 minutes is beneficial ... I have also used Optislim, Optifast and BodyTrim shakes all these do work in weight loss and are palatable enough, though BodyTrim needs to be thickened up to be more filling using xanathan gum powder
The Best product of it's kind!
I have been using Fatblaster for the last twelve months or more, every flavour but I do prefer the chocolate over all the other. I find half of Fatblaster is used compared to other brands... and I have tried all others. With Fatblaster I have no cravings for around 3 hours compared to only half that with other companies. Thanks Fatblaster, my long- lost Abs are back!
I have been using the chocolate shakes which are pretty god. Have tried the strawberry which is okay. But I accidentally brought the vanilla icecream. Not very good on its own, but I combined it with the last of my chocolate one and it tastes quite good. Have been using the shakes for breakfast but they are not enough on their own, so I also have a piece of fruit to keep me going. I will also have a shake and a muesli bar for lunch as my job is very physical. For dinner it’s something healthy, but the weight has been slowly falling off. Very happy with the results because I didn’t think that they would work. Have lost about 5 kilos so far.
fills me up.
I have a shake for breakfast and lunch . Normal dinner.i use lactose free milk. Have tried vanilla which I add coffee to and chocolate with cappuccino. Tastes quite good. I lost a kilo a week in the begining but now I lose about 300 grams per week. Have lost 6kilo in ten weeks.i don't exercise except for a 30 min walk four days a week. Have nothing between meals except few almonds
Going well so far
I'm a 41yr old mum of 4 & I'm very overweight due to depression.
I've been dealing with depression issues & recently decided to kick myself into losing weight. I've been using Fat Blaster shakes for the past week, substituting breakfast with a shake at 8am. I have a light snack of 2 corn or rice cruskits with cottage cheese or avocado, chicken & tomato on top around 10.30am. At 12pm I drink another shake & if I'm feeling peckish, eat a sliced banana with some plain yoghurt at 2.30.
Dinner consists of grilled beef or pork (no fat) & salad....
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Questions & Answers
I know each persons body is different but does anyone know roughly how much weight I can lose and how long it will take with the fatblaster chocolate shake (mixed with water not milk) as breakfast, lunch and dinner with only fruit as snacks?
Hi Coco Latte, from memory I think I lost 2.5kg the first week which settled down to a steady kilo a week until I introduced more food back into my diet ..... though I used to also add frozen fruit to my shakes to make them a little thicker, plus I used to eat a few frozen cherries as snacks instead of whole fruits or other "treats"..... starting is the hardest bit LOL! but once your mind is made up to do it, then it becomes easier and easier to stick with it until your goal is reached..... but I also had pizza and desert once a fortnight, but I also gave up all added sugars and bread and still watch those things now.
Can I lose weight by using Naturopathica FatBlaster Weight Loss Shakes as every meal and no exercise?
Hi Coco Latte, you can most definitely lose weight with just using the shakes and a sensible diet (but no cheating) I have trouble exercising due to physical problems and still lost a significant amount of weight without exercising.
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