Water Out, a dietary supplement from Trim Burn, designed for weight loss support, has been formulated to help relieve water retention and alleviate bloating.
According to the developers of the product, the majority of excess weight and bloating is caused by retaining too much water. This is particularly the case if a person’s diet is high in salt. This excess water weight can be easily eliminated with Water Out the “pure water weight loss pill.” The manufacturer notes that “Even from the first days of use, you will start noticing a huge difference, while feeling lighter, more energetic, and less puffy.”
Another name for a water pill is “diuretic.” More specifically, it is a pill that pressures your kidneys to get rid of excess water and salt through frequent urination. In other words, these pills eliminate excess water by making you pee more.
When this review was written, Water Out’s formula included Vitamin B6, Chioride, Potassium, Dandelion Leaf, Green Tea Leaf, Cranberry Fruit Powder, Juniper Berry, Bachu Leaf, Apple Cider Vinegar, Corn Silk Powder, Paprica Powder, Watermelon Powder.
As it contains several diuretic ingredients, it is likely that you will expel excess water from your body taking Water Out. However, before you get excited about this, you should know that OTC water pills are not the same as water pills that are medically prescribed.
Moreover, the efficacy of OTC water pills have not been studied or proven in research trials. They aren’t necessarily safe to take. They can cause dehydration, they may interact negatively with other medications you may be taking, and any water you lose (including bloating) will be only temporary. Once you stop taking water pills, the excess water you shed will naturally come back. Furthermore, losing water weight isn’t the same as losing actual fat-related weight.
Something else you should know when taking OTC diuretics like Water Out, if you take these pills over the long-term, there’s a good chance that you might actually gain weight. The reason is your kidneys will eventually compensate for these pills, which can lead to you holding on to more water weight than you did before.
If, for whatever reason you believe that taking a water pill would be important for your health and wellbeing, this is something that you should discuss with your doctor. Avoid self-prescribing water pills, including Water Out. These pills won’t truly help you with significant and meaningful weight loss and, remember, water weight always comes back, eventually.