10 Day Diet Review
What You Should Know
The 10 day diet is a unique plan designed to assist individuals lose a minimum of one pound per day. The supplement uses a combination Raspberry Ketones, African Mango, Lychee Fruit and the proven weight loss ingredient Green Tea to foster weight loss. What stands out about the 10 day diet is the inclusion of clinical trials associated with the ingredients. Typically, supplement companies make claims and do little to support the claims. According to the research provided by the company, all of the ingredients are clinically proven to work as described. Although the is clinical studies associated with the ingredients, there are no clinical studies or scientific research associated with the diet plan. We will take a close look to see if the supplement is actually beneficial to weight loss or merely another fad diet.
List of Ingredients
- Raspberry Ketones
- African Mango
- Green Tea Extract
- Lychee Fruit Extract
Raspberry ketones are a hot ingredient right now, but there is really no reason for all the uproar. Dr. Mehmet Oz claimed weight loss could be achieved by taking raspberry ketones so the world went crazy, but there is no clinical evidence supporting his claims. Some animal studies have been completed, but no studies on humans prove weight loss.
Green tea extract is the star of 10 Day Diet. In the right doses, green tea extract works as an antioxidant, metabolism booster and energy booster. The extract is safe for nearly all dieters and there is a long 1,000 year history of green tea extract use in humans. Clinical studies into the extract abound, so there is little doubt about the efficacy of green tea extract.
- Green tea extract can increase energy and metabolism.
- Ingredients in 10 Day Diet are listed online.
- The supplement is available at major grocery stores and super retail chains.
- The 10 day diet addresses diet.
- Raspberry ketones are not clinically proven to boost weight loss.
- The 10 day diet is more expensive than comparable supplements.
- There are no clinical trials associated with the supplement.
- The diet plan does not address exercise.
- There are limited customer testimonials available relating to the effectiveness of the supplement.
While we are not sold on raspberry ketones without some form of clinical support, we do like African mango and green tea extract. There are no negative side effects to taking raspberry ketones, but adding them to the 10 Day Diet could increase the cost of the supplement. Dieters could purchase green tea extract independent of this supplement for a much lower price.