What You Should Know
Charantin is a dietary supplement sold through a distributor in Hong Kong. The supplement is designed to assist with weight management, cause the body to not absorb fat and improve overall health and wellbeing. The supplement claims the ingredients produce weight loss based upon ancient Chinese medical principles and not scientific research or clinical trials. There was no evidence on the website or online proving the effectiveness of the product.
The product is available on the official website for under $10. We will take a closer look at Charantin to see if this is the diet supplement poised to transform the diet industry.
List of Ingredients
- Balsam Pear
- Hawthorn Berry
- Herba Gynostemmatis
- Cassia Seed
- Angelica PE
- Oriental Water Banana Rhizome
- Aloe Vera
Charantin is dietary supplement designed to improve overall health and wellbeing, assist dieters’ lose excessive amounts of weight and help shed fat. The product is sold on various websites throughout China, Southeast Asia and Indonesia. The parent company ships the supplement internationally, but shipping cost exceeds the cost of the product. The cost of the product is less than $10.
We looked through each ingredient and noticed there were no proven weight loss ingredients. All of the information relating to the ingredient listing alluded to the effectiveness of the product, but there was no information available pertaining to clinical trials or scientific research. This missing piece of the equation is essential to prove the weight loss supplement is in fact effective.
- The supplement is affordable.
- The product is no linked to clinical trials.
- There is no evidence of scientific research.
- International shipping costs more than the product.
- The supplement does not contain proven weight loss ingredients.
- There is no guarantee of weight loss.
Where do we start regarding Charantin? The supplement is inexpensive. We found the supplement available on several websites for under $10. This is inexpensive compared to similar products. As we looked through the various websites, we noticed a common thread associated with the product. Charantin makes claims not associated by scientific research or clinical trials. The company states dieters will lose more than 25 pounds in one-month. This would be an ideal weight loss solution if the company disclosed the scientific research or clinical trials. There was no information available on the sites visited.
We did find disturbing information. There were sever claims online stating Charantin contained banned substances and had to be recalled for quality concerns. We feel as if there are too many red flags for the average dieter to trust in the supplement.