Denise Van Outen To Host XLS Medical Focused Documentary

By | June 1, 2015

denise-van-outen-show-launchBlonde beauty Denise Van Outen will front a new fly on the wall weight loss TV series featuring the UK most popular weight management supplement XLS Medical.

Denise , 40, now an ‘EastEnders’ cast member showed off her new slim figure at the show promotional event as she talked with others who had successfully lost weight using the product.

“As an advocate of healthy living, I know form my friends and family the importance of losing weight to overall health and happiness. I’m excited to be a helping hand in the XLS-Medical journey.” said Denise

The focus of the new series, XLS Medical Max Strength, is a tablet which has been show to help people lose up to four time more weight than dieting alone by reducing the absorption of calories from the meals we eat. It is a completely natural product (no drugs) and has no known side effects.

During the show the star will be working with dieters on the ‘Real Lives’ positive body campaign to see how much weight they can lose charting the participants experiences be they successes or struggles filming their every move in true fly on the wall fashion.

Denise continues: “Not only is it a fantastic opportunity for people to lose weight, I know it will make for compelling viewing as so many of us can identify with the trials and tribulations of weight loss.”

“Having taken a real interest in getting to know how the product works too, I know that using XLS-MEDICAL Max Strength is a safe and clinically proven way to lose weight when it’s combined with a healthy lifestyle – so much so that I have even got my mum using the product now!”

A dietician from the makers of the product added: “With more than half of the population now overweight or obese, it’s not surprising that many of us are looking to lose weight. Many dieters need to see results to keep them motivated, and we hope they will benefit from a helping hand”

The show will be broadcast online later in the year.

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