What You Should Know
AOR stands for Advanced Orthomolecular Research and is a company based in Canada. It produces a broad range of supplements for all sorts of needs.
AOR distributes several products for weight loss, fitness and the cardiovascular system. These include AOR Cardio Mag 2.0, AOR TLC 3.0, AOR T-100, AOR R(+) Lipoic Acid, and AOR Peak K2.
AOR T-100 is a one of the company’s best-sellers. Its list of ingredients appears below.
List of Ingredients
AOR T-100 contains the following ingredients that have content percentages listed on the bottle: Thyroid Glandular (Thyroxine Free), Adrenal Glandular, Pituitary Glandular, Spleen Glandular, Thymus Glandular, L-Tyrosine, Dulse (Rhodymenia Palmetta, Bladderwrack (Fucus Vesiculosus, Irish Moss (Chondrus Crispus), Calcarea Fluorica (Potentized), Lycopus Virginicus (Potentized). Other ingredients include Microcrystalline Cellulose, Gum Acacia, Magnesium Stearate, Stearic Acid, and Silicon Dioxide.
T-100 is designed to encourage weight loss by increasing metabolism and by using natural ingredients and key nutrients to strengthen a consumer’s nutritional system. Two of these key ingredients are kaempferol and myricetin.
Other products are designed to enhance memory, increase bone health or improve cardiovascular strength.
The full line of AOR products comes in a variety of dosages and price ranges. Typical prices for a one-bottle supply range from $15 to $60. Pricing discounts are available at some locations.
- The company’s broad product line makes it likely that they have a product they think will address nearly any dieting need.
- The website stresses that AOR is meticulous in both its product development and testing. The longevity of the firm would seem to support that claim.
- Products are relatively inexpensive (about $20-30 for 60 pills).
- Products come with a money-back guarantee.
- The website is full of medical jargon, especially on the frequently-asked-questions . Consumers looking for a clear, concise answer to a question may not be able to find it here.
- Product labels are also technical and contain lots of ingredients.
- Very few testimonials or product reviews were noted.
- No before and after pictures were available, even on manufacturer’s website.
The website stresses that AOR is meticulous in both its product development and testing. The longevity of the firm would seem to support that claim, as would the technical and confusing layout and content of the website.
The product T-100 appears to work well for some, but there are few testimonials to really support that. Other AOR products may also work well, but finding information about a specific product, its main ingredients, and how it works is difficult. The website’s technical vocabulary and its stress upon research, abstracts and scientific terms, add to the consumer’s difficulty to get straightforward information about a product.