Water weight can be one of the most troublesome hurdles on the path to successful weight loss. Often the result of internal factors that cannot be controlled, water can add several pounds to your frame without you even knowing it is there. While most water weight can be attributed to the consumption of sodium, a substantial portion of it occurs as a result of menstrual symptoms.
But one need not submit to the monthly dread of water weight gain. It can be successfully countered through the use of Aqua Ban, a maximum strength diuretic.
Aqua Ban is essentially a diuretic. It works by increasing urination. Its primary ingredient is Pamabrom, a gentle diuretic that is clinically proven, safe and effective. It increases urination which causes excess water to be flushed out of the body. It is important to note, however, that Aqua Ban is designed to combat water weight caused only as a result of premenstrual and menstrual bloat, puffiness and tenderness. Any bloating and water weight caused as a result of excess salt in your diet will not be effectively treated by Aqua Ban.
Does Aqua Ban Work?
Aqua Ban is clinically tested and proven to eliminate water weight caused by premenstrual and menstrual bloating. It begins to work after just one dose with the recommended dosage being one tablet taken four times a day. You will know that it is working if you begin to visit the bathroom more frequently.
Dorrie Wheeler believes it works safely:
“I think Aqua Ban is great because it is caffeine free. […] Several years ago I was hospitalized and on an IV for nearly a week. I gained nearly 20 pounds of fluid weight. Aqua Ban … helped me shed nearly all of the retained fluid in a week.”
Some women who took Aqua Ban note that they did not lose much (if any) weight. Audrey Ganouna says,
“Unfortunately, I didn’t notice any real effect of the product on me compared to other leading brand[s].”
And Jill P. Briska notes that while Aqua Ban was inexpensive, it was also “very ineffective.”
How Much will I Lose?
The amount of weight you can expect to lose will depend on a number of factors, including your diet (especially your salt intake in the foods you eat) and how severe your menstrual or premenstrual symptoms are. You can expect to lose the amount of weight you typically gain during your menstrual cycle. In order to maximize weight loss, however, you should cut out as much salt from your diet as possible.
Paula Beth Alexander notes that in addition to the loss of water weight, Aqua Ban has several other benefits, and she goes on to explain that,
“[Aqua Ban] will reduce bloating and cramping associated with PMS [with] very effective and prompt results. The reduced bloating helps alleviate the cramping and uncomfortable feeling you get when it’s that time of the month.”
Are There Any Side Effects?
The known side effects of Aqua Ban include general allergy symptoms: hives, difficulty breathing and swelling of the face, lips, tongue and throat.
Pros and Cons
- Clinically proven safe and effective.
- Works after just one dose.
- Supports Breast Cancer Awareness.
- Increases frequency of urination.
- Only treats water weight gained from menstrual and premenstrual bloating.
- Does not work for everyone.
- May cause allergic reactions.
Problems and Complaints
Aqua Ban should not be taken if you are allergic to Pamabrom or if you are unable to urinate for any reason. Those who have high blood pressure, heart disease and kidney disease should also consult their doctor prior to taking Aqua Ban.
Aqua Ban is an effective method of eliminating water weight that appears every month during menstruation or pre-menstruation. It will help you drop those few pounds you tend to gain during each cycle, but it will not help you lose water weight gained as a result of a heavy sodium diet.