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Custom Weight loss Formula

Our Custom Weight Loss Formula contains 100% Fabuless™, which is a patented oil-in-water emulsion. Fabuless™ fine oil droplets are made from naturally occurring dietary lipids - palm oil, coated with galactolipids from oat oil. Oat oil is naturally very rich in so-called polar lipids, such as galactolipids. Fabuless™ triggers the natural appetite control mechanism. By delaying the hunger signals that would normally be sent hours after a meal, patients feel more satisfied than they would have been and consequently eat less.


Fabuless™ - 7g per serve

Nutritional Information:

Nutrition Information
  Per 7g Serve Per 100g
Energy content total in kJ 163kJ 2328kJ
Energy content total in kcal 39kcal 558kcal
Content in:    
Fat 2.34g 33.5g
   - satured fatty acids 1.15g 16.5g
   - mono-unsaturated fatty acids 0.86g 12.3g
   - poly-saturated fatty acids 0.32g 4.6g
   - trans fatty acids 0.01g 0.2g
   - cholesterol 11.76mg 168mg
Carbohydrates 4.48g 64g
   - sugars 0.89g 12.8g
   - polyols 0g 0g
   - starch 3.58g 51.2g
Fibre 0g 0g
Protein 0g 0g
Salt (Sodium content x 2.5) 0g 0g

Product Information:

The Fabuless™ microstructure is thought to delay the digestion of the core palm-oil droplets in the stomach and small intestine. The droplets pass relatively undisturbed through the first part of the digestive tract into the latter part of the small intestine, the ileum. Undigested fat in the ileum is recognised as a signal that the body is satisfied. The brain will therefore be informed that there is no need to take in more food. The fat is digested as normal further down the ileum digestive track. This signalling mechanism, also referred to as the ‘Ileal brake mechanism’, causes a satiety effect, which is proven to make you eat less.

The physiological processes behind food intake and the control of human appetite are complex and not fully understood. Publications and research-related documentation on the satiety effect of Fabuless™ are available below in the download section.

Prescribing Information:

Mix 1 sachet with 200 milliliters of water or juice and drink once a day after breakfast.


Fabuless™ opens up exciting possibilities for innovative prescribing solutions for a range of patient groups. Unlike many other weight management solutions, Fabuless™ does not rely on considerable individual effort and discipline. It has been designed simply to support people to control their food intake and maintain a healthy diet.

Extensive independent clinical data shows that people using Fabuless™ eat less and often don’t even feel the difference - an interesting proposition for the consumer if it simply involves incorporating a tasty yoghurt with 7 grams of Fabuless™ into their daily diet. For intensive dieting, a completely different but relevant concept could be developed by means of a "meal replacement shake", incorporating an active dose of, for example, 10 grams Fabuless™, to help reduce feelings of hunger for those who normally have problems sticking to diets.

Fabuless™ affects the amount of time it takes to become hungry again after a meal and how much food is eaten at the next meal. Our research shows that different fats, especially when structured and formulated in a specific way, each have a different effect on prolongation of satiety.

The clinical evidence behind Fabuless™ is extensive. Four independent studies have been performed at the Northern Ireland Centre for Diet and Health at the University of Ulster. All studies consistently substantiate the product's effect on reducing calorie intake. The results of the studies show a reduction in calorie intake at subsequent meals between 12.5 to 29 percent. The effect has been shown to last for more than eight hours. These results have been published in three articles in scientific peer-reviewed journals.


International Journal of Obesity (2000) 24, 1419-1425
International Journal of Obesity (2001) 25, 1487-1496
European Journal of Clinical Nutrition (2002) 56, 368-377

Relevant Studies:

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