About Calorease

By using FBCx as its primary ingredient, Calorease claims to help prevent up to 500 calories from being absorbed by your body each day, which can give you an “extra edge” in the battle against weight gain. By making your weight management easier, Calorease also claims to “help you maintain a healthy weight without the restrictions of a low fat diet, or adding on to your exercise program.”

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Calorease is manufactured by SFI Natural Medicines USA Inc. based out of Las Vegas, NV, neither of which are listed with the Better Business Bureau. Online reviews regarding the supplement appear to be primarily positive, with the most common complaints citing gassiness/bloating and failure to work.

How Calorease Works

Similar to FBCx, Calorease claims to bind to the fat in the food you eat, and to prevent up to 500 calories per day from being absorbed by your body. As a result, this “bound” fat is passed through your body without being digested, thereby helping you to reach your weight loss goals. In fact, Calorease actually contains FBCx as its primary ingredient, which is a dietary fiber has been shown to bind up to 9 times its own weight in dietary fat. While Calorease is claimed to be naturally sourced, clinically researched, and classified as GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe), no ingredients other than FBCx are listed on the company’s website.

To begin using Calorease, simply take 2 capsules three times per day with each meal, which should contain between 18-20 grams of fat each. For reference, the Calorease website contains sample meal plans for you to follow. According to the company’s website, you should begin seeing results within 2-3 weeks, without any other changes in diet or exercise.

Calorease claims their supplement is heart healthy and free of stimulants, and produces no side effects if taken as directed.

Calorease Pricing & Refund

Calorease is available through a variety of online retailers, including Amazon.com, eVitamins, LuckyVitamin.com, and more. If purchased directly through the company, Calorease will cost you $29.99 for 90 tablets, and $49.99 for 180 tablets. Shipping is a flat $5.99.

If purchased through the manufacturer, Calorease comes with a 30-day refund policy, less shipping and handling charges.

Keep in mind that the Calorease website has a section titled “Continuous Supply” directly underneath their order form. While no additional details are provided, this likely means you’ll continue receiving a fresh supply of the supplement on a regular basis (also known as an autoship program), and your credit card will be charged accordingly.

To process a refund or to inquire about the Calorease autoship program, contact customer service at 888-884-1436 or Calorease@datapakservices.com.


  • Contains FBCx as its primary ingredient, which has been shown to “bind and eliminate up to 9 times its weight in dietary fat.”
  • No required changes in diet or exercise, though you should always consult with your physician beforehand.
  • Stimulant-free and heart-healthy.


  • The most common complaints cite gassiness/bloating and failure to work.

Bottom Line: If you’re looking to gain an edge on your weight loss efforts, Calorease may be a good option. However, you shouldn’t expect drastic results, and you may experience gassiness and/or bloating as a side effect.

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