In addition, back in 2013, test subject Mikael Cederhag spoke of the device saying, "This is it for me. I've been jumping up and down in weight for 30 years. Finally, this is a solution that allows me to get my weight down and stay that way." He also said he didn't feel hungry despite losing all those calories 20 minutes after eating.
That all sounds promising, but the AspireAssist also comes with a list of side effects that include "occasional indigestion, nausea, vomiting, constipation and diarrhea." Also, watching all that food get sucked out of you sounds really nasty.
Just remember to flush after emptying your AspireAssist. Ew.
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