This is a guest article from Emily. She provides her review of Femme Factors Body Fit supplement. Take it away Emily!
I had the opportunity to try Femme Factor’s Body Fit recently and wanted to do a guide of this product for other people that might be interested in it.
I’ve been taking it for three weeks and I think I have a good sense of what it’s all about. Overall, I’ve been happy with it, subject to a few issues discussed below. I’ve broken this guide into a few categories. If you have any specific questions, feel free to leave a comment below!
What is Body Fit?
Body fit is marketed as a “lean lifestyle formula” that burns fat and boosts energy. When you read through the company’s marketing materials, they’re really describing it as a pre-workout supplement and a fat burner supplement mixed into one.
In this sense, it’s definitely a unique supplement that doesn’t fit into one of our traditional categories.
It’s also important to note that it’s designed specifically for women (hence the “femme” in the company name).
This is also makes it unique as a workout supplement since many are designed for men. Unlike some other pre-workout supplements, it comes in capsule/pill form.
Does It Work?
We can talk about this from two angles – as a pre-workout supplement or as a fat burner. In my opinion, it works on both levels because, ultimately, the goal is to lose fat and lean up.
As a pre-workout supplement, it definitely gives you more energy for your workouts. So in that sense, I thought that it worked well.
As a fat burner, I’ve lost 6 pounds in the past 3 weeks, so I think it’s definitely helping. I’ve been working out regularly, so that’s obviously important otherwise you won’t lose any weight. It’s not a wonder cure that will just burn fat without any work (it doesn’t claim to be).
That being said, I do think it has helped. I’m not entirely sure whether the fat loss is caused by the more intense workout (from the added energy), or from their fat burning formula. Either way, I’ve been pleased with the results overall.
In terms of appetite suppression, I found that I ate less while taking this product. But I don’t think this was a major feature of my experience with this product.
It should also be noted that it contains caffeine, so this is something to keep in mind if you’re concerned about caffeine intake.
If you normally take other caffeine (like a coffee in the morning), you may want to not drink your normal caffeine when you’re taking this type of supplement. I definitely cut down on my own coffee intake. We all know the problems with too much caffeine.
Does It give you the jitters?
In terms of giving you the “jitters”, anyone that has experience with a pre-workout supplement knows what I’m talking about. They can make you feel a bit of a buzz and just overall pretty jacked up. This can be good sometimes, but some supplements take it too far and you don’t feel good.
I definitely felt better on Body Fit and I didn’t feel jittery. I have a high caffeine tolerance though, so this could be why I didn’t feel it.
This type of side effect can hit people differently, so this is something to consider with any caffeine based product.
Overall though, I actually felt pretty good while I was taking it.
Overall, I had a good experience with Body Fit and would recommend it. Prices obviously vary but you can usually get it for about $40 for 120 capsules online, which is a pretty reasonable price in my opinion.
Let me know if you have any questions about this guide in the comments section below!