CTS360 Review - Does This Weight-Loss Program Work? Are high cost and negative side effects deal breakers?PUBLISHED: 09/08/2015 | BY: SUMMER BANKS, SENIOR REVIEWER
People are chattering about CTS360, which gave us reason to immerse ourselves in information about the product to find more on the price, ingredients and clinical research. We took that and abbreviated it to convey the pertinent information to you.
What You Need to Know
CTS360 is a supplement selection from Complete Nutrition. The line uses ingredients like caffeine, green tea and omega fatty acids to support overall health and weight-loss. There are three products in the main program, but all are easy to bring with you.
Complete Nutrition was established in 2001, but CTS 360 was not introduced until later. All of the ingredients are listed on the website – a good choice. You can make your purchase online. We approve of the good “A+” BBB rating and the useful customer comments, but read on…
High Price – “Wowsers”
There’s no mention of price on the official website, but reviews are pretty clear that CTS360 comes with a high cost. “When a company asks a customer to spend more than $200 a month there needs to be some pretty amazing clinical support,” stated our Research Editor. “There are just too many negatives to take into consideration with CTS360.”
“Bought it – $250 not one pound lost…what a joke,” a dieter explains.
“I paid $180 for it with a coupon I found online. Took it for 2 months…did nothing for me. Wish I had my money back,” says another buyer.
One customer offers, “I dont recomend this program to anyone. But thats just my opinion. It was just to expensive for the little amount it did. Not worth it.”
Scroll below for one of the best products we’ve seen in 2015.
Side Effects – “Yikes!”
When the same issues keep coming up, it is something we must take into consideration. We found a number of negative reviews complaining of side effects. “First day on these pills trouble sleeping, upset stomach, and headache,” a buyer reports.
“Intense headaches, stomach pain, and nausea and vomiting that started almost immediately,” another dieter reveals.
A consumer also claims, “I took it one day. I was sick to my stomach in the bathroom for 4 days…it was not good!”
When there is an issue with a supplement, our research suggests a direct link between reduced long-term success and that problem. If CTS360 does, in actuality, cause side effects, support is debatable.
We checked the FAQs page, product descriptions and shop for mention of clinical research. We found nothing even remotely fitting into this category. When you look at the individual ingredients you can find some support, but the problem with CTS360 is the amount. Based on the side effects, there may be too much of the stimulants in the formula. Science is a big deal at DietSpotlight. Even if that’s there, there’s an issue if too much of an element is added.
The Bottom Line
Our research into CTS360 left us confident in our conclusion. The supplement does offer a couple weight-loss ingredients and some customers report good results, but we don’t feel comfortable supporting the product. The headquarters is located in a shopping center, dieters claim side effects and the cost is much too high.
If you’re just plain tired of those extra pounds, our suggestion is to check out a supplement that presents both a great price and ingredients that come with published support.
We found Leptigen to be one of the best products we’ve reviewed in 2015. The company uses four ingredients, a proprietary blend supported with clinical research. Users consistently describe weight-loss success and there’s no mention of detrimental side effects.
Confidence is important in a company, and the makers of Leptigen have it. They’re offering a special trial offer – nice!