Can Fullbites make you eat less? If Fullbites can make you consume fewer calories, does it mean that Fullbites are as good as, say, fiber-rich vegetables and fruit at helping you lose weight in one month? That is the general idea behind Fullbites. They do not actually claim that they can help you lose weight in any given time period, but they have been designed to help people lose weight.
How do Fullbites work? Do Fullbites work at all? It is probably safe to assume that they work as advertised, but I do not really care whether Fullbites work or not, and I do not really care how they work. Why not? Because I do not believe in supplements. Okay, Fullbites are not supplements, they are much better for you than diet pills or fat burners, but they are “inspired by weight-loss surgery principles.”
Now, I do not know about you, but I do not find weight loss surgery inspirational. I think it send the wrong message. I mean, have we reached a point when we can only stop eating if a portion of our stomach is cut off? If that it truly the case, we are in deep trouble, don’t you think?
Here is the problem with diet aids in general: They might help you lose weight, at least temporarily, but their focus is not on helping you learn about making healthy food choices or how to change your diet for the better, their focus is on weight loss. Now, do not get me wrong, there is nothing wrong with focusing on weight loss – for example, sugar detox’s focus is also on weight loss, but its ultimate goal is to help you change your diet by reducing or completely eliminating your consumption of empty calories that come from sugar and other sources of simple carbohydrates.
If you learn how to get off the sugar train – if you learn how to eat healthy without depriving yourself – you can lose any amount of weight you want. No supplements, diet pills or fat burners required. The only thing you need to accomplish this is your desire to change your existing diet.
Fullbites claim that they make your stomach “full with less food.” Great, but so is broccoli, which is low in calories and high in fiber. Do not like broccoli? Not a problem. You have a wide variety of vegetables and proteins to make you stomach feel full. But what about calories, right? Am I giving you a green light to eat as much you want? Yep, that is exactly what I am saying, assuming we are talking about vegetables and lean proteins. Have you ever seen an overweight person who got fat because he or she has been eating too much protein and vegetables? I have not.