Previous Herbalife Total Control Review (Updated August 4, 2014):
What You Should Know
is a manufacturer of weight loss supplements that claim to work on a cellular level. The Total Control product claims to reduce appetite and cravings, increase the metabolism, and increase the overall breakdown of fat.
List of Ingredients
Calcium Carbonate, Green Tea Extract, Caffeine, Citrus Aurantium, DL- Phenylalanine, Damiana, Queratin, DMAE, Maltodextrin, Ginger, Corn Starch, Sodium Starch Glycolate, Silicon Dioxide, Sodium Carboxymethylcellulose, Magnesium Stearate, Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose and Polyethylene Glycol.
The Herbalife Total Control website features a lot of medical information and FAQ's but none of the information on the site deals directly with the Total Control product. This is a refreshing sight because, for what ever reason, some companies just don't provide the info we'd like as is the case with Herbal Magic
. The makers of Total Control say that it does not cause the restlessness and irritability that other products like it are known to do, because it doesn't contain harsh stimulants. The inclusion of ginger in the formula is meant to aid digestion and soothe the stomach.
Herbalife Total Control is made in the United States though the product is sold in 65 countries. It boasts using herbs sort of like the hollistic herbs used in Herbex
. The product is made according to FDA standards, though it does not have FDA approval. Customers complain about side effects too, similar to Appetrex Control. For those who are concerned about making the investment with Total Control, there is a 30 day money back guarantee offered, though we don't know how well the company holds up their end of the bargain.
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- Herablife Total Control contains green tea, which is known for its beneficial antioxidants.
- Herbalife Total Control is for sale for $25 from a variety of merchants online.
- The fat burners in Herbalife Total Control are not strong.
- There are no appetite suppressants in Herbal Life Total Control.
- There is no clinical research to support how well this product works.
- There are extremely mixed reviews on this product all over the Internet.
We like that Herbalife Total Control doesn't have ephedra in it. Since it doesn't contain any harsh stimulants, it has this as a selling point, but we fear that the ingredients it does have are too mild to really be effective. We think the antioxidants are a great thing as the body needs these to be healthy, but we don't really think there is anything in this product that makes it stand out from the others on the market today. We like that it isn't as pricey as Herbalife Formula 1
or any of the other Herbalife products. To be the most effective, this product would need to be combined with a healthy diet and exercise. There are other more effective products available for the money, and we recommend using one of those with healthy diet and exercise to see more results faster.
Herbalife Total Control Questions & Answers:
We narrowed down hundreds of user comments about Herbalife Total Control into this helpful FAQ.
What are the side effects of Herbalife Total Control?
Some potential side effects of Herbalife Total Control include upset stomach, increased blood pressure, nausea and jitteriness.
What are the ingredients in Herbalife Total Control?
Herbalife Total Control ingredients are ginger root, greet tea leaf, oolong tea leaf, black tea leaf, pomegranate rind powder, caffeine, microcrystalline cellulose, maize dextrin, silicon dioxide, maltodextrin, sodium carboxymethylcellulose, dextrin, dextrose, lecithin, stearic acid and calcium stearate.
Does Herbalife Total Control work?
There’s no scientific research proving Herbalife Total Control is effective. We found some studies about the effectiveness of caffeine and green tea, but not specifically linked to this formula.
How much does Herbalife Total Control cost?
Herbalife Total Control costs $32.95. If you order from a distributor, you may receive a discount.
How should I take Herbalife Total Control?
You should take one Herbalife Total Control capsule three times per day. The company doesn’t recommended exceeding this serving within a 24-hour period. One bottle lasts 30 days, when taken as directed.
Can I take Herbalife Total Control if I have a health condition?
Women who are pregnant or nursing, anyone taking prescription medication, those with health conditions or under 18 years of age should consult your healthcare provider prior to using weight-loss supplements, including Herbalife Total Control.
What do users like about Herbalife Total Control?
Some users like that Herbalife Total Control is cost effective and that it contains some natural ingredients.
What do users NOT like about Herbalife Total Control?
We found that users didn’t like the side effects from Herbalife Total Control.
How do I contact the Herbalife Total Control customer service department?
You can contact the Herbalife Total Control customer service department by mailing correspondence to Herbalife International of America, Inc. 800 W. Olympic Blvd. Suite 406 Los Angeles, CA 90015, calling a representative at 1-866-866-4744 or using the customer feedback form on the official website.
Can I contact Herbalife Total Control through social media?
Yes, you can contact Herbalife Total Control through Facebook and Twitter.
Can I order Herbalife Total Control from the official website?
Yes, you can order Herbalife Total Control from the official website. You will need to contact a distributor or sign up for a membership first.
Do I need to exercise on Herbalife Total Control?
No, you don’t need to exercise on Herbalife Total Control, but the company suggests adding fitness to maximize results.
How much caffeine is in Herbalife Total Control?
Each serving, one capsule, contains 82mg of caffeine.
Does Herbalife Total Control come with a guarantee?
Yes, Herbalife Total Control comes with a guarantee. You have 30 days to return the product to receive a 100% of the purchase price, minus shipping and handling.
Do you know of any special deals or discounts on Herbalife Total Control?
There’s no mention of special deals or discounts on Herbalife Total Control.
Herbalife Total Control is all about giving you that boost in energy and metabolism needed to lose weight. Herbalife openly offers the label. We'd like to say there's something special in the formula, but there's not.
Herbalife Total Control Ingredients and Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Tablet
Serving Per Container: 90
|Amount per Serving
|- Ginger Root Extract
|- Green Tea Leaf Extract
|- Oolong Tea Leaf Extract
|- Black Tea Leaf Extract
|- Pomegranate Rind Powder Extract
Other Ingredients: Microcrystalline cellulose, maize dextrin, silicon dioxide, maltodextrin, sodium carboxymethylcellulose, dextrin, dextrose, lecithin, stearic acid, calcium stearate
We dug deep into the Herbalife Total Control ingredients to give you the details you need.
Known as dimethylaminoethanol, this is a natural compound, sometimes found in skin care products. It is available in dietary supplement form, as well.
What is it Supposed to Do?
This chemical is supposed to help nerve cells transmit signals throughout the body.
According to a study published in European Journal of Medical Research, “Those who took the vitamin/mineral/DMAE supplements had a greater increase in wellbeing than those who took the placebo. Members of the treatment group also appeared to experience improvements in mood and attention.”
Caffeine is the most popular drug in the world. It is found naturally in coffee and tea, and is added to soda and energy drinks. It is also sold in dietary supplement form.
What is it Supposed to Do?
It is supposed to increase mental alertness and help boost metabolism.
According to a study published in Medicine and Science in Sports, “Following the ingestion of caffeine (Trial C), the subjects were able to perform an average of 90.2 (SE +/- 7.2) min of cycling as compared to an average of 75.5 (SE +/- 5.1) min in the D [decaffeinated] Trial.”
Also known as bitter orange, this is plant that grows naturally in parts of Asia.
What is it Supposed to Do?
It is supposed to help boost metabolism, as a highly powered stimulant. It is thought to provide effects like ephedra, without the potential harm.
According to a study published in Experimental Biology and Medicine, “There is little evidence that products containing C. aurantium are an effective aid to weight loss. Synephrine has lipolytic effects in human fat cells only at high doses, and octopamine does not have lipolytic effects in human adipocytes.”
Green Tea Extract
Green tea is a natural plant, full of antioxidants and polyphenols that are good for overall health.
What is it Supposed to Do?
It is supposed to help boost metabolism and support healthy weight-loss.