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Introduction

It is a well known fact that holding water weight can indeed cause you to look and feel bloated and lethargic, luckily there are products out there that can help. Tyte is FitMiss’ latest diuretic formula that can allegedly help you “define and shape up”. In this FitMiss Tyte review, we’re taking a look at what we believe this product genuinely has to offer consumers.

Readers please note that statements on this page are fair comment based on observation. This content is produced on a matter of public interest.

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What Is FitMiss Tyte?

FitMiss Tyte is a diuretic pill produced by a US-based sports nutrition brand named MusclePharm (trading as FitMiss).

At the time of writing this review, MusclePharm have a rating of B+ on the popular customer feedback platform Better Business Bureau – there are currently 3 customer complaints on file against MusclePharm, all of which have been responded to and resolved.

This product can be bought via the official FitMiss Tyte manufacturer website. It is also available on Amazon. We are unsure if it is available in stores.

One bottle of FitMiss Tyte contains 60 capsules, costs $13.99 and will last users for exactly 30 servings.

Like almost every other FitMiss product, Tyte is part of the weight management range and is targeted directly towards women who are looking for help losing weight (though for all intents and purposes men can also use this product and get exactly the same effects). MusclePharm describe this product as a natural diuretic “water and bloat control” formula.

Consumers of this product are promised a reduction in water weight via increased urination.

Does FitMiss Tyte Work?

Based on our research into this product, we believe that it may be useful for short term, temporary weight loss, however if you’re seeking genuine fat loss then we think you’ll ultimately be disappointed by Tyte.

Firstly, the formula does not contain any ingredient that will directly and independently “burn body fat”. This product also does not have any ingredients that’ll help reduce your appetite levels or increase your metabolic rates to any significant extent.

Tyte is what is known as a diuretic, or a “water pill”. The entire purpose of this product is to help you purge water from your body by increasing urination. It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that by effectively dehydrating yourself, you’re going to weigh loss.

While flushing all the water out your system can cause you to look temporarily skinnier, it’s not going to make you look any more defined or toned.

Using diuretics also bring the risk of dehydration – we would not recommend you use Tyte regularly, only using it on an “as and when required” basis.

The Pros & Cons Of FitMiss Tyte

Below we have listed our opinions the positive and negative aspects of this product:

The Pros

  • Can help users shed water weight.
  • May increase users energy levels.

The Cons

  • Product does not contain any ingredients that will directly and independently “burn body fat”.
  • Will not cause appetite suppression.
  • Any weight loss will only be temporary until you eat or drink again.
  • Diuretics may be potentially dangerous if used over the long term.
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What Are The FitMiss Tyte Ingredients?

The following supplement facts have been taken directly from the MusclePharm website:

A Two Capsule Serving Contains: Vitamin B6 25mg, Potassium 103mg and Proprietary Blend 420mg (Cranberry Fruit Extract, Uva Ursi Leaf Powder, Dandelion Root Extract, Juniper Berry Extract, Burdock, Root Powder, Buchu Leaf Extract, Terminalia Arjuna Extract and Cornsilk Powder).

Is FitMiss Tyte Suitable For Everyone?

This product is not suitable for vegetarians or vegans. It shouldn’t be used by pregnant or breastfeeding women, or anyone under the age of 18.

Is FitMiss Tyte Safe?

Based on the ingredients used inside this product, we believe that users are not at risk. With that being said, diuretic supplements that cause rapid water weight loss have the possibility to cause dehydration, which can be dangerous and unhealthy if sustained over a longterm period.

We personally wouldn’t recommend you use Tyte for more than a few days at a time, otherwise you run the risk of being in a constant state of dehydration.

What Are The FitMiss Tyte Side Effects?

We’ve compiled the following potential side effects based on the ingredients inside this formula:

  • Muscle cramps
  • Increased heart rate
  • Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Lightheadedness
  • Dehydration [1]

Note: these side effects are possible but may not be the typical user experience.

Are There Any FitMiss Tyte Reviews From Customers?

We have found the following FitMiss Tyte review testimonials via customers online:

I found that this was slightly helpful for shedding weight but the effects didn’t really last too long.

I didn’t notice any difference in my appearance and I’m still the same weight I was before i took them. I have a healthy balanced diet and I workout 5 times a week. This did nothing

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Our Final Verdict On FitMiss Tyte

To conclude our FitMiss Tyte review, it’s a bit of a mixed bag – there are things that we like about it and things that we aren’t too blown away by.

While Tyte may offer users a quick way of dropping some lbs and trimming an inch of their waistline, the results will not be permanent and may quickly return as soon as you eat or drink something. What’s more, the product won’t do much to make you look more “defined” either – it will have no impact on your body fat percentage.

The bottom line is, users should be aware that diuretic pills are by no means “fat burner pills” – they simply help you reduce water weight by causing an increased in the frequency of urination.

Kath Ross, PhD
Kath Ross, PhD
Health Editor & Fact Checker at DietProbe
Kathryn is a Ph.D Health Editor here at DietProbe. She specializes in diabetes and weight control research and in her spare time she's a professional cat lady and wine connoisseur!
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