About Fat Crusher System

Developed by Frank Rosen, who claims to have lost 42 pounds using the program, the Fat Crusher System is claimed to be a 100 percent natural, medical breakthrough that can help you lose up to 40 pounds, achieve a slimmer waistline, boost your energy, and improve your health—all in 7 weeks or less.

According to Frank, contrary to common knowledge, persistent weight gain isn’t caused by what you eat or how much you exercise. Instead, it’s due to billions of parasites located in your intestines. These parasites are known to “drill through the walls of your GI tract” and head straight for your internal organs, after which they slow your digestion and metabolism and make you crave unhealthy foods.

To combat this, the Fat Crusher System claims to contain information uncovered by scientists from Harvard and Stanford regarding a “probiotic-rich food formula”  to help you lose weight naturally and stay fit for years to come. 

On top of this, Frank also claims that he’s made the Fat Crusher System simple and pleasant to follow by including the full list of ingredients you’ll need to put you on your weight loss journey, as well as recipes and step-by-step instructions. In fact, Frank claims the Fat Crusher System is so effective that it can start fixing your metabolism from day one, will help you see your waistline shrink in less than 14 days, and will only continue to provide benefits the longer you stick with it.

Because of this, Frank claims the Fat Crusher system has been used by nearly 59,000 people to date.

Have lots of questions after watching the Fat Crusher System video? We did too! So let’s answer your important concerns one by one.

Who is Frank Rosen?

With such a generic name, we didn’t uncover any online resources that linked a person named Frank Rosen with any kind of medical breakthroughs, other than sites directly promoting the Fat Crusher System.

However, is there any indication that scientists from Harvard or Stanford made a medical breakthrough regarding the link between GI tract parasites and weight loss?

What’s All this Talk About Harvard & Stanford Scientists?

According to Wikipedia, probiotic use can be traced back to the Greeks and Romans, although it wasn’t until 1907 that a Russian scientist named Élie Metchnikoff found that modifying gut flora (i.e. the bacteria that live in your intestines) could potentially provide health benefits. 

Over the next several decades, more and more specific bacteria strains were discovered to be beneficial, and today, probiotic supplements are widely used among the general population to treat a wide variety of conditions. For an in-depth look at this, be sure to read through our article titled Everything You Wanted to Know About Probiotics, but Didn’t Know to Ask.

With all of this said, it doesn’t appear that Harvard or Stanford scientists had much of anything to do with the discovery of probiotic benefits, and Frank doesn’t provide any additional details that might go a long way toward backing up his claims.

Are There Really Toxic Parasites Lurking in Your Intestines?

In short, no.

Well, that’s not exactly true, since there are hundreds of different parasites that can occupy the human body and wreak all sorts of havoc.

However, Frank isn’t referencing these types of parasites (at least we assume so, since he never specifies exactly what he’s talking about). Instead, he’s most likely referencing “bad” bacteria, that, when their numbers become too great, can reduce your ability to fight off infection. After all, 70 percent of your immune system is located in your gut.

In other words, it seems that Frank exaggerates this statistic to scare you into making an emotional purchasing decision, versus an informed one.

Are Food-Based Probiotics More Effective than Supplements?

Although it’s widely understood that probiotics can provide a range of health benefits, in the Fat Crusher System video, Frank expressly states that supplements are less effective than probiotic-rich diets. This, he claims, is because the bacteria in supplements die immediately after being encapsulated.

However, this isn’t exactly the case. Why? For a number of reasons:

First, Greek yogurt (one of the go-to food sources for probiotic-rich bacteria), generally contains about 60 million colony-forming units (CFUs) of bacteria. On the other hand, most probiotic supplements contain anywhere between 1 billion (such as Probiotic Pearls) and 30 billion CFUs (such as Probiotic America). In other words, probiotic supplements almost always contain more CFUs of beneficial bacteria than food-based sources.

With this said, not all probiotics are created equal. This is because, as uncovered by a ConsumerLab.com study, 5 of the supplements they tested (or a total of 30%), only contained “6.3% to 55.8% of what was listed on their labels.” As such, it’s highly important that you research all your probiotic options prior to making a purchase, and HighYa is a great place to start!

Second, despite this variance in quality, any probiotic supplement worth its salt will contain a food substrate among the bacteria, so that they’ll have plenty of food to survive until introduced to your gut. These bottles will also be professionally sealed, and many don’t even require refrigeration.

As such, Frank’s claims that “the bacteria in supplements die immediately after being encapsulated” simply isn’t the case, although it’s not uncommon for at least some to die during their journey to your home. In fact, even if they make it, some bacteria strains will certainly meet their end after being exposed to your stomach acid.

Fat Crusher System Pricing & Refund Policy

The Fat Crusher System is priced at $39, and can be downloaded immediately after making your payment.

Money-saving tip: If you attempt to click off the Fat Crusher System landing page, the price will immediately be reduced to $23. And if you’d prefer to try before you buy, you can then attempt to click off the page once again, after which you’ll be prompted to enter your email address for a free sample of the Fat Crusher System.

Like all products sold through Software Projects Inc. (a company that specializes in the distribution of online e-books), The Fat Crusher System comes with a 60-day refund policy. In order to request a refund, you’ll need to contact customer service at 800-218-1525.

Can the Fat Crusher System Help You Shed Those Pounds?

As you probably guessed at this point, between the vague information provided in the video and the multitude of unfounded (and downright incorrect) claims made by “Frank,” it’s our opinion that the information found in the Fat Crusher System ultimately won’t help you lose any meaningful amount of weight, or provide a good value for your money.

Instead, it’s important to remember that the only way to lose weight and keep it off is through regular exercise and eating a healthy diet. As such, if you’re already doing this and are still struggling to lose weight, we’d recommend speaking with your physician about more effective methods based on your specific diagnosis.

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  • 37 out 38 people found this review helpful

    Scam

    • Wilton, CT,
    • Aug 17, 2015

    I ordered the product and reviewed it, however, there was no mention of a specific recipe or formula for a parasite cleansing probiotic formula. In short I asked for a refund.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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    Paid for it but received no product

    • Phoenix, AZ,
    • Aug 3, 2015

    I spent the money but received nothing for it. Went through 200 plus e-mails, spam box, everything and nothing. Don't trust this guy.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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