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What is FucoThin?

FucoThin is a widely advertised weight loss product. Like any other such product, FucoThin may contain ingredients harmful to your health.

FucoThin is herbal supplement designed to increase the metabolic rate and burn fats. It creates a thermogenic effect and at the same time it doesn't stimulate the central nervous system. As such, it is unique among herbal supplements. It contains natural fucoxanthin from brown marine vegetables combined with cold pressed pomegranate seed oil. It also includes extra virgin olive oil, gelatin, glycerin and purified water. This supplement mainly targets visceral or abdominal fat.


Fucoxanthin is a carotenoid, similar to lutein and lycopene, which is powerful antioxidant that protects cells from free-radical damage. Fucoxanthin is naturally found in edible brown seeds and in smaller amount it can be found in red and green seaweed. It is believed that fucoxanthin contributes weight loss. It is still unknown how it works but some studies indicate that fucoxanthin effects protein called UCP1 that increases the rate of abdominal fat burning. It seems that this carotenoid stimulates the production of DHA, omega-3 fatty acid found in oily fish such as salmon.

Studies in animals have shown that fucoxanthin decreases insulin and blood glucose level, as well, due to DHA promotion.

It is also believed that fucoxanthin has anti-tumor properties but studies in humans haven’t been conducted to confirm this.

FucoThin and Fucoxanthin Side Effects

There are no serious side effects of FucoThin. User may experience problems if he or she is allergic to seaweed. Symptoms of this allergy are difficulty with breathing, hives or rash, itching, lips or tongue swelling and tightness in throat and chest.

Laminaria japonica (brown seaweed), when taken for extended period of time, may cause fever, cramping, and chest pain. Fucoxanthin may have potential side effect that includes changes in thyroid function due to iodine excess. Seaweed is rich source of iodine and excessive use may lead to iodine poisoning. Seaweed isn’t recommended to people suffering from allergy or hypersensitivity to this mineral.

You should keep in mind that FucoThin isn’t regulated by Food and Drug Administration, therefore interaction with other medications isn’t completely tested. Always consult your physician if you are taking any prescription drugs before using this herbal supplement.

All in all, FucoThin herbal supplement can be part of your dieting solution. It can help you in burning belly fat and achieving weight reduction. In order to make any significant progress in your effort to lose weight, you must use FucoThin in combination with low calorie diet and exercise.

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