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Almased is a kind of dietary weight loss supplement and low-calorie shake that’s designed to assist with weight loss. Although this substance does not contain any medication or drugs that are actively intended to burn fat, it can help to replace certain meals, and therefore help you loose weight. More information

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Almased is a meal replacement product made from a combination of skim milk yogurt powder, fermented soy, and honey. This substance contains a range of essential nutrients, including protein, amino acids, and various crucial enzymes. It isn’t a medication or treatment as such, but it can be used to help people lose weight in some cases.  

What is Almased? 

Almased is a kind of dietary weight loss supplement and low-calorie shake that’s designed to assist with weight loss. Although this substance does not contain any medication or drugs that are actively intended to burn fat, it can help to replace certain meals, and therefore help you loose weight. Almased also helps with speeding up the metabolism and stabilizing the levels of cholesterol and glucose in the blood.  

The various ingredients in Almased come together to give individuals a selection of important enzymes and nutrients, so that they can continue to function normally when on a low-calorie diet plan. The manufacturers responsible for Almased also provide patients with a list of guidelines to follow that can assist them in losing weight faster. This includes advice on which foods to eat and which to avoid when taking Almased.  

Almased provides a balanced and healthy meal instead of your standard meal, full of the nutrients that you may need to lose weight. It has all the proportions of certain substances that you need. This means that Almased can be used as a weight loss supplement by itself, or it could also be used with other pill form supplements too.  

Because Almased replaces your meals, there’s no need to worry too much about controlling your diet in other ways. Although you can follow dietary suggestions, you should still lose weight by when you’re  using Almased. Additionally, this substance helps to improve the way that your metabolism functions and increases the amount of fat that you burn.  

When is Almased used? 

Almased is intended as a safe meal replacement solution for people who want to speed up their weight loss process or improve their weight loss. It can be used as part of a low calorie diet, or with a normal diet to encourage weight loss. Although Almased makes a lot of claims about increasing energy, the results that you have from this substance may differ to other people. The main focus of these shakes is to reduce your daily intake of calories, which can help to improve your ability to lose weight. 

Almased contains 27 grams of protein for each serving, which corresponds to the basic needs of the body. Additionally, while losing weight can also mean losing muscle mass too, this substance includes protein to help maintain your muscle. The protein content helps to rebuild any muscle that is lost during the fat burning process.  

Almased helps to improve the speed of the metabolism. This is very important, as your metabolism determines how you can store and expend energy. The faster you can expend energy at a resting metabolic rate, the faster you can lose weight. Almased also works to suppress your appetite because the formula is designed to help keep you full for a period of 4 to 6 hours. The product can be helpful for people with diabetes who want to lose weight, because it assists with glucose and cholesterol management.  

How do you use Almased? 

Almased is an easy-to-use meal replacement therapy. You will have one dose of this substance for your meals instead of eating standard food. For the first stage of the Almased diet, you will be expected to mix a single serving of the powder with up to 12 ounces of filtered water for each of your three meals per day. You will not eat any foods that are solid during this time. 

Over the course of your period using Almased, you will gradually adjust the amount of Almased that you eat, combining it with other meals, until you are eating three meals a day and still having a single Almased shake. Follow the instructions provided with this meal replacement carefully to ensure that you get the most benefit from it.  

Make sure that you do not use more or less of the Almased substance than you are told to do so by the instructions. You can add walnut oil, flaxseed oil, or olive oil to each of your doses of Almased. Depending on your preference, you can also mix Almased with smoothies and other beverages of your choice and add your own spices for flavoring.  

What dosages are there? 

Almased comes with a step-by-step diet plan which offers guidance on how to use the substance safely. For the first three to fourteen days, all of your meals will be replaced completely with Almased. You are not permitted to eat any solid foods during these days, but you can drink vegetable broth and vegetable juices.  

During the second phase, known as the reduction phase, you can introduce a single conventional meal into your routine, with two Almased shakes. You can continue with this phase until you reach your goal for weight loss. In the stability phase, you eat two meals conventionally each day, and replace your third meal with Almased. Finally, in the life phase, you eat three full meals per day, as well as a single Almased shake.  

The recommend dose is 8 tablespoons or 50 grams of Almased for each meal. Your serving size may differ depending on your height. People over 6 feet tall can use 10 tablespoons for each meal. People under 5 6” can use only 6 tablespoons per meal.  

What are the side effects Almased? 

Almased does not officially list any side effects for it’s meal replacement substance on the website. However, that doesn’t mean that you won’t necessarily have any side effects when using this substance. Because there are no active ingredients, you should not experience any serious side effects, unless you are allergic to any of the active ingredients, including soy.  

If you notice any swelling around the tongue, lips, or throat, or you have trouble breathing after using Almased¸ stop using this substance immediately and seek medical help. Additionally, it’s worth noting that the soy protein and probiotics in the Almased meal replacement can lead to some problems with your gastrointestinal system. When you first begin using this substance, you may experience some gas, bloating, and stomach upsets. It is also possible that you experience diarrhea.  

Almased may cause side effects more significantly during the initial days when you begin using the substance. For instance, in the first two days of using the shakes, you might get a headache, which could be attributed to the large amount of toxins that are leaving your body. Drinking more water and taking vitamin C, Vitamin E, and other antioxidants could help to relieve your headaches.  

If you notice any side effects when using Almased, and you are concerned, it may be best to speak to a medical professional about your options, or stop using the substance completely. Some people will not react well to this meal replacement option.  

When shouldn’t you use Almased? 

Almased and many of its users consider Almased to be a very safe and tolerable solution for people who want to lose weight quickly. However, like all things in the medical community, there is a chance that you will respond Almased negatively, depending on your background. For instance, Almased is not recommended for people who have difficulty digesting soy or milk. 

Additionally, if you have any allergens to the ingredients within this meal replacement, you may need to talk to your dietary specialist to see whether there is a better solution to help you lose weight available. Almased can be safely consumed by people with diabetes because of the low glycemic index. Additionally, this substance can help to control glucose levels. Almased should always be consumed as part of a balanced diet and alongside standard diabetic medications. 

If you are using any strategy to lose weight when you have diabetes, your doctor may ask you to visit them frequently for appointments where they can check your blood sugar levels and ensure that you are safe. You may also need regular appointments if you have any other long-term medical conditions that are affected by food.  

Does Almased interact with other medications? 

Almased can interact with other foods, but it is not a medicine per-se. There is some evidence that the consumption of soya products could affect thyroid function and make it harder for your body to absorb thyroid medication. However, there aren’t enough studies available at this time to indicate that Almased will stop your medication from working properly. 

As with all meal replacements or natural treatments, it is best to speak to your doctor or dietician to find out whether it’s safe for you to take Almased.  

Where can you buy Almased? 

Almased is available to purchase online through one of our partner pharmacies. You can begin a consultation with one of our consultants to find out more.  

Can I get Almased without a prescription? 

Almased is available without prescription.  

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Assessed by:

Dr Imran Malik, General practitioner
Registration number: GMC: 4741365

Dr Imran Malik studied undergraduate medicine at King's College University in Central London and clinical studies at the prestigious King's College Hospital. He graduated with a MBBS degree in 2000 and went on to gain postgraduate memberships with the Royal Society of Medicine and also General Practice in 2006.