Below we take an in-depth look at Fit Affinity Tight Tummy, to see what benefits it offers consumers.
Fit Affinity Tight Tummy is an “anti-belly bloat” supplement that is designed “to help reduce bloating, improve digestion, decrease stomach irritation and tighten your tummy”. This product is not a weight loss supplement and should not be used as such. The product contains plants and herbs that act as diuretics and laxatives, as well as digestive enzymes and probiotics.
This supplement features numerous diuretic ingredients, which will increase urination, and could cause dehydration if the consumer is not drinking enough water throughout the day. Fit Affinity Tight Tummy also contains some ingredients that act as laxatives; these will increase bowel movements, and could cause side effects such as digestive discomfort, stomach cramps, diarrhoea, and in some cases, even constipation. Laxatives are not suitable for long-term use, and can cause a range of side effects including dependency.
For more details about the side effects that could be caused by individual ingredients found in this supplement, click on the Side Effects tab.
At the time of writing, Fit Affinity were offering a single bottle of Tight Tummy for $38.99, which they describe as a sales price. The product is also sold on Amazon, where the regular price is $38.99 plus delivery charges.
Each bottle contains 90 capsules, which will provide a 45-day supply if taken as directed. However, if you find that you are taking the highest daily recommended dosage of six capsules, a single bottle will last for as little as 15 days of use, driving up the long-term cost of taking the supplement.
Fit Affinity Tight Tummy appears to be a good occasional-use supplement for reducing bloating and water retention, but we do not endorse the use of these types of supplements on a regular basis, especially as this particular product features several laxatives.
Laxatives are not suitable for long-term use, as they can cause dependency and a range of side effects. Despite this, and an extensive list of potential side effects that could develop whilst taking this product, the manufacturers insist that the product is “all natural, very safe and effective”, without providing any information to suggest that this product is not suitable for long-term consumption. The product is also quite expensive, especially compared with other water pill style supplements.
The supplement is not covered by a money-back guarantee.
Overall, we do not recommend Fit Affinity Tight Tummy to our readers.
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Fit Affinity Tight Tummy is an “anti-belly bloat” supplement that is designed “to help reduce bloating, improve digestion, decrease stomach irritation and tighten your tummy”. This product is not a weight loss supplement and should not be used as such.
Fit Affinity Tight Tummy is manufactured by Fit Affinity, who are based in the USA. They can be contacted using the information provided on their official website, or through any of their social media pages.
Directions for use are as follows:
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Fit Affinity, the manufacturers of Tight Tummy, claim that the product will reduce bloating and water retention. It also features digestive enzymes and probiotics that will aid digestion.
Theoretically, Fit Affinity Tight Tummy should help to reduce water retention and bloating, due to the diuretic ingredients used in the formula such as Asparagus, Cranberry, Dandelion, and Buchu. However, it is not a real solution to water retention and bloating.
Remember that water retention is often caused by drinking insufficient amounts of water to start with; drinking more water will help to reduce belly bloat, and is essential when taking any diuretic and laxative supplement such as this one. Bloating can also be caused by your diet; excess sodium intake, poor diet, eating to excess, and eating foods that you are sensitive to can all cause bloating.
The use of digestive enzymes is not necessary, as the body produces its own enzymes, but it could help to soothe digestive discomfort. Probiotics can also benefit digestion, but the CFU count of these probiotics is not provided, raising questions about the quality of the probiotics in this supplement.
Although Fit Affinity do not claim that this supplement aids weight loss, we feel the need to point out that Tight Tummy will not affect the consumer’s weight or fat mass at all.
The ingredients found in Fit Affinity Tight Tummy are detailed below. The ingredient quantities listed are per serving of two capsules.
There are numerous ingredients found in Fit Affinity Tight Tummy that could cause a range of side effects.
The diuretics contained within this product (such as Asparagus, Cranberry, Dandelion, and Buchu) are likely to cause increased urination, and could cause dehydration if the consumer is not drinking enough water throughout the day.
Uva Ursi and fennel both act as laxatives, and so can cause increased bowel movements, stomach cramps, and diarrhoea. In some cases (especially when dehydrated), the use of laxatives can actually cause or worsen constipation.
Uva Ursi can cause vomiting and can turn urine a greenish-brown colour. Taking Uva Ursi regularly long-term or taking very high doses can cause liver damage, respiratory problems, vision problems, convulsions, and even death.
Green tea can cause constipation. Chamomile can cause drowsiness and in large doses can cause vomiting. Buchu may irritate the stomach and kidneys and increase menstrual flow. It may also cause liver damage. Peppermint can cause headaches, heartburn, and flushing.
Not suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women. Not suitable for anyone under the age of 18. If you are taking any medications for high or low blood pressure, consult your doctor before purchase. Laxatives should not be taken for more than two weeks at a time, as they can cause dependency and a range of long-term side effects if abused; this product contains at least two ingredients that have laxative effects. If you are unsure about the suitability of this supplement for you, consult your doctor before purchase. Drink plenty of water whilst taking this supplement.
There are some customer reviews for Fit Affinity Tight Tummy on Amazon.
It definitely gives you the fuel and energy to keep you going through half the day.
Does nothing absolutely nothing for any weight at all
They work great I don’t feel bloating after eating…
good for bloating
Fit Affinity does not offer a money-back guarantee on their products. Customers who want a refund need to contact the company before sending back any products so that they can arrange the return. Only unopened and unused products are covered by the returns policy, and for customers to receive their money back the item needs to be received and processed by Fit Affinity with 45 days of the item’s original delivery date.
The official Fit Affinity website sells Tight Tummy for her; the full price is described as $97.00, but at the time of writing, the product was on sale for $38.99 (promoted as a 60% discount). Delivery charges may also apply. It is unclear whether or not the product is always “reduced”; this is often used as a tactic to increase sales, as customers feel that they are getting the product at a good deal, when really the product never goes back to its “full price”. Customers can also sign up for an auto-ship program, which sends out a new bottle every six weeks.
The product is also sold on Amazon, where the regular price is $38.99 plus delivery charges.
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