Fucothin Green Review

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Garden of Life is the manufacturer of Fucothin Green. The supplement claims to be an all natural, non-stimulating weight loss product that is safe and effective. Just about all weight loss supplements are created from natural ingredients and many claim to be non-stimulating, but in a market where stimulants are one of the few proven metabolism boosters it is hard to sell a product without a strong support from consumers or serious clinical support.

List of Ingredients

Ingredients:

  • Svetol
  • High-CGA
  • Brown Seaweed
  • Pomegranate Seed Oil
  • Vegan Cold Pressed Omega Rich Flax Seed Oil

Product Features

The main push behind weight loss claims made by Fucothin Green is two ingredients – Svetol and High-CGA. Both ingredients supply chlorogenic acid – an antioxidant. According to the Svetol website, chlorogenic acid is a slimming agent with proven effects, but the only study mentioned was one funded by the company that makes Svetol. In the weight loss world, self-funded studies are completed useless and worthless as the results can be altered to meet the needs of the company paying the bills. High-CGA is also mentioned, but we could not find a brand name website for this ingredient.

Brown seaweed is the fuco in Fucothin Green. Fucoxanthin is an extract of brown seaweed used in many weight loss supplements. Animal studies have reported weight loss of up to 10% when mice were given brown seaweed extract. Fucothin Green does not bother to mention these studies or refer to human studies supporting weight loss in dieters.

We were unable to find product reviews, testimonials or before and after photos of dieters who lost weight taking the Fucothin Green supplement. The product is not backed with a money-back guarantee on most websites.

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Advantages

  • We were able to find a complete list of ingredients for Fucothin Green.
  • Svetol or chlorogenic acid may have some health benefits.
  • The supplement is less expensive than comparable products.

Disadvantages

  • We found no studies proving chlorogenic acid or Fucothin Green works as claimed.
  • No money-back guarantee.
  • No testimonials.

Conclusion

Fucothin Green may be an all natural supplement, but it is not proven to boost weight loss. There are no clinical studies proving any weight loss benefits claimed in the product description for Fucothin Green. We suggest dieters choose a supplement with human clinical studies and a fair share of positive testimonials and reviews. When in doubt, look for a supplement with green tea, caffeine and chromium as a good base.

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Editor: Paul Blake

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