Fruta Planta Review
What You Should Know
Fruta Planta is a Chinese weight loss supplement offered for sale online. The official website claims the product is organic and authentic. There is a certificate of authenticity, but those can easily be created on a personal computer and uploaded. The name on the certificate is GuangZhou Yanxiang Biotechnology Co Ltd. There is no reference to that company on the supplement website. With words like real and fake spattered all around, it is hard for the dieter to understand what the Fruta Planta supplement offers.
List of Ingredients
Lemon, Bitter Melon, Papaya, Benefit Fruit, and Spirulina Maxima.
We were impressed to find a list of ingredients with a description of the benefits of each. As is the case with all weight loss supplement companies, the good is listed but the bad is not.
Bitter melon is listed online as a stomachic, or digestion booster. The melon has been known to increase heartburn and worsen ulcers, which could be a problem for some dieters.
Papaya works to help food digest more easily. Gastric bypass patients are often given papaya tablets to chew if they feel too full after a meal. Papaya can break down food to speed digestion.
Benefit Fruit has no information or description that we could find. Unfortunately, many Chinese herbal supplements contain ingredients with bewildering names like Benefit Fruit.
The final ingredient is Spirulina Maxima. We found plenty of information on Spirulina Maxima including the fact that it is used to cause weight gain in patients with HIV and undernourished children. Weight gain is not the same as weight loss.
Fruta Planta sells for $30 for a one-month supply. Ordering more boxes does not mean saving money. A six-month supply sells for $180 which is exactly six times the 30-day price.
- All ingredients are listed on the official website.
- Dieters can order online.
- None of the ingredients promote weight loss.
- Spirulina Maxima is linked to weight gain.
- Benefit Fruit does not exist.
- The certificate of authenticity does not carry a familiar name mentioned on the website.
This product may actually cause weight gain. Spirulina Maxima is used in a clinically setting to help undernourished children gain weight. If the ingredient is that powerful, there is little reason to believe it will cause weight loss. The certificate is questionable, and there is no reason give for why a certificate is needed. Any company copying this supplement would not be copying an effective weight loss product. There are three main ingredients that need to be included in a weight loss supplement – a fat burner, appetite suppressant, and green tea. This product has none of these effective and proven ingredients and thus we cannot support Fruta Planta.