Heritage Health Products Review
What You Should Know
In the ever continuing list of weight loss supplements on the market today, it should be no wonder that many might be confused by the vast selection. Most of these products take the same ingredients, they might fluctuate slightly, combine them into their own trademarked ingredient, or simply copy what’s popular and put their own name on it. It seems that Heritage E-Lite II has joined the pack. While Heritage Health Products, the maker of Heritage E-Lite II, tout that their product is specially designed to assist those who have high blood pressure or cardio vascular irregularities, is their product really any different than many of the ones already out there? Let’s take a closer look.
List of Ingredients
White Willow Bark, Chromium Picolinate, Bladderwrack, Ginger, Ginseng, Gotu Kola, Choline, CitriMax® (Garcinia Cambogia Fruit), Hawthorne Berry, Zinc, Boron & L-Carnitine.
Here’s an example of how some manufacturers take a known product such as the Indian fruit, Garcinia Cambogia, and trademark it under another name. In this case, Heritage Health calls it CitriMax®. Most traditionally, Garcinia Cambogia is associated with relieving stomach disorder and constipation. While this ingredient is a popular choice among diet product manufacturers, there does not seem to be sufficient evidence that it is especially effective as a fat burner. A key ingredient in E-Lite II is White Willow Bark, which has been associated with elevated energy levels and aiding in the fat burning process. Combining White Willow Bark with Paullina Cupona is said to produce a powerful product for thermo genesis. This process raises the metabolism providing for greater energy and increased fat burning. Gotu Kola, a possible derivative of caffeine will also aid in this thermogenic process.
- White Willow Bark is known to suppress the appetite and increase energy.
- Encourages a healthy eating plan and exercise along with supplements.
- There are no testimonials attesting to the effectiveness of the product.
- The website for Heritage Health leaves some question as to the professionalism of the company.
- Pricing of the products is confusing and appears to be on the high side.
- There are no proven fat burning or appetite suppressant ingredients in the product.
Unfortunately, Heritage Health Products’ Heritage E-Lite II seems to be just another player in the ever increasing market for diet aid products. The list of ingredients does not separate them from the crowd and may actually fall short with the exclusion of some key proven ingredients. Many find that hoodia based products are preferred for appetite suppressants. The fact that there are not any success stories on the website leaves us a little concerned about this product as well. If your customers are happy with their results, shout it out! Eat smart, exercise regularly, drink lots of water and find a weight management product that others are raving about and you’ll likely find success.