Biofit Probiotic Supplement Review

biofit probiotic supplement review

Considering there are a number of concerning news reports levied against the makers of Biofit, including one titled: “Weight Loss Scam Exposed,” you might be wondering if Biofit’s probiotic supplement is worth the money as a fat burning supplement – or if the whole thing is just a marketing scam. 

We’ll touch on the ingredients contained in Biofit, what Biofit actually is, if the probiotic strains have been clinically researched for weight loss specifically, and what (real) customers have to say about the product. 

Let’s shine some light on the use and efficacy of probiotic supplements for weight loss, in our Biofit Probiotic Supplement Review. Can probiotics actually contribute to shedding abdominal fat? 

What Is Biofit?

Biofit is essentially a probiotic supplement that is marketed as a weight loss supplement

While certain strains of beneficial bacteria can help to modulate metabolism and the ability to keep abdominal fat off, the core to any successful weight loss journey is going to be diet. This is always true, even in cases of supplements like Green Tea Extract, Garcinia Cambogia, Raspberry Ketones, Caffeine, Ephedrine and French Melon Extract

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While we might actually recommend some of those over Biofit, they still need to be taken within the context of a healthy diet and workout routine

There is no ‘silver bullet’ to weight loss. It is something that will require dedication and actual effort to maintain – especially if you want to do so in a manner that doesn’t harm your body. 

Let us circle back to Biofit. This is a product that is described as a “probiotic and diet pill that is a 100% natural weight loss aid.” It contains seven strains of probiotic bacteria for a total of 5.75 Billion CFUs per capsule.  

Biofit is manufactured in the United States, and is made in an GMP certified facility. While we would definitely consider this product safe to use and professionally made, the real question is: does it actually work?

Is Biofit Clinically Proven?

While Biofit itself being ‘proven effective’ is a little bit of a misnomer, there are research studies that clearly demonstrate the ability of certain bacterial strains (probiotics) to modulate the populations within the gut, and contribute to healthy weight loss

Another study asserts: “intestinal microbiota [have] been shown to be a potential determining factor in the development of obesity.” In this same study, probiotic strains of Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium “showed the best results in reducing body weight.” 

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Essentially, the intake of probiotics could lead to weight reductions, either independently, or in conjunction with modified diet and increased physical activity. 

Those with obesity are identified as having a very specific intestinal profile, noted by dysbiosis and decreased populations of ‘good’ gut bacteria. Little diversity was found across the bacterial populations when compared to those with a “normal” weight or “healthy BMI.” 

Biofit Active Ingredients

Biofit contains seven clinically researched probiotic strains believed to help modulate the gut and promote satiety, along with helping to enhance fat burning when taken in conjunction with daily activity.

These seven strains include:

  • Bacillus subtilis
  • Bifidobacterium longum
  • Lactobacillus rhamnosus
  • Bifidobacterium breve
  • Lactobacillus casei
  • Lactobacillus plantarum
  • Lactobacillus acidophilus

Who Manufactures Biofit?

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Biofit is manufactured by Nature’s Formulas – who have been producing and formulating supplements in the industry for more than 25 years. 

Regardless of claims when it comes to the efficacy of the product, Nature’s Formulas is definitely well established within the supplement industry as a leading manufacturer and has a reputation for producing reliable products. 

Nature’s Formulas state that they test for purity and potency four times to confirm results, along with formulations created based on studied medical literature and legitimate clinical trials. 

Their formulations contain no fillers or additives that are often found in similar styles of weight loss products. 

Even after the products and extracts are tested on-site four times over, they are still sent for additional testing at accredited United States-based third party labs. 

They ensure their products are GMO-free, soy free, nut free (peanut & tree nut), gluten free, dairy free, shellfish free, and egg free

Biofit Dosage

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The recommended dosage as per Biofit’s website and the bottle itself reads: “one to two vegetarian capsules, once daily, with meals or as directed by a healthcare practitioner.” 

They do still recommend consulting with a healthcare practitioner or healthcare professional prior to use for those who are currently on medication. This is particularly important if you are severely immunosuppressed or on any immune modulating medications. 

Biofit Results – Is it Actually Effective?

Well, the bacterial strains contained in the probiotic are associated with improved insulin response, lower glucose levels, improved metabolic markers, and reduced weight gain. People also seem to rave about Biofit online across various forums and blogging sites. 

It can be a little hard to differentiate feedback that is paid or sponsored in cases such as this, from that which is coming from individuals genuinely trying the product out for the first time – and seeing results. 

Customer Reviews & Feedback

One review specifically highlights a lot of what we get at in our blog post. 

They state: “a lot of Biofit reviews seem positive at first glance, and the science itself is quite interesting. But, there’s a large catch – these reviews are focused on whether it works or not, rather than if there is a better option.” 

Continued, their review reads: “if the questions [is] whether or not it will help you lose weight more efficiently than other probiotic strains, the answer is not really […] and [compared] to actual weight loss supplements, it does not even come close to being a good option.”

They instead recommend a proper fat burner or appetite suppressant, like glucomannan – which we’ve talked about, or 5-HTP, which works on the brain and is clinically shown to reduce appetite and frequency of eating. 

The Bottom Line on Biofit

Given that Biofit is fairly costly at $59.00 USD a bottle (subject to change) for a month’s supply, we can’t outright recommend it specifically for weight loss. 

However, we should clearly state that in no way is Biofit ‘a scam,’ but rather one means of addressing weight loss, when combined with other approaches and lifestyle adjustments. Those looking for something to add to their routine, or those simply looking for a high-quality, multi-strain probiotic should definitely still check out Biofit – provided it is within their budget. 

Generally, a lot of people with healthy microbiomes and healthy gut flora tend to eat healthier and have healthier lifestyles. 

Correlation or causation on probiotics for weight loss? It could be a little less straightforward then the makers of Biofit would have you believe. 

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Of course, gut bacteria are known to impact hunger signaling and the utilization of food in physiological or biological processes. 

We just don’t know to what extent taking ‘good’ bacteria in the form of probiotics will have overall on long-term weight loss or weight loss progress. 

Anyone seeking a product that will instantly help them shed pounds needs to re-evaluate their long-term health goals and optimize diet and training before considering any supplement as an easy fix. 

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Cody Yurk

After several near-death surgeries and a heart attack at 29, I decided to get serious about my health and went from 278lbs to 181lbs in only six months. How? I built an entire team, including a personal trainer, nutritionist, psychologist, physical therapist, and sports masseuse. Having the same team as Hollywood stars allowed me to reach my goals fast and produce insane results.

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