Proactol is claimed to be 100% organic appetite suppressing pill. Along with the proper diet and weight regime, Proactol starts showing its effect by the end of the first week of its intake. People taking Proactol have reportedly lost an astonishing 3-5 kilos a month.

Ingredients of Proactol

Proactol contains calcium hydrogen phosphate dihydrate, opuntia ficus-indica fiber complex, microcrystalline cellulose, silica, povidone and magnesium stearate. None of these ingredients contain any artificial coloring or preservatives. The ingredient opuntia ficus-indica in Proactol is known to reduce cardiovascular risk, absorb 23% of the fat. This weight-reduction drug is suitable for vegetarians and has been certified and approved by France EcoCert SAS and UK Vegetarian Society respectively.

How does Proactol work?

Proactol  has soluble and non-soluble fibers, both of which go into the stomach and trap some of the fat and prevent it from being absorbed by the body, It binds almost 30% of your fat intake from stomach, thereby reducing weight building fat getting absorbed in your body. It has been studied to minimize bile salt availability for fat absorption by pancreatic lipase.

How to take Proactol?

 It should be taken orally, three times a day. It is recommended to take Proactol before breakfast, lunch and dinner, it should be taken with full glass of water to help process foods during digestion. Another important factor to not forget is that regular workout and a balanced diet should be maintained while taking this drug.


If you take low fat meals, two pills of Proactol should be taken until you start loosing weight to your desired target, if you are taking a high fat meal, you should take three Proactol pills until your target is achieved. Your use of Proactol will bear greater and much faster result when you have good diet control. Your calories and fat intake should be reduced and exercise should be a daily routine.


Pregnant and/or breastfeeding mothers should avoid taking this drug. It is not also suitable for people with a low Body Mass Index (BMI). Diabetic patients and people with kidney issues should altogether avoid Proactol as well.


The process of fat-binding and its disposal caused by Proactol may instigate diarrhea. It may also cause slow digestion due to the bringing together of all the bile. If you don’t drink lot of water while you’re on Proactol, you may get dry stool. A loss of appetite is also reported. Other side effects included are abdominal discomfort, flatulence, and indigestion.