Java Juice Extreme Review
What You Should Know
Java Juice Extreme is a supplement making several claims associated with weight loss and more importantly, fat loss. The supplements claims dieters will lose up to five pounds of fat just by taking this product. The manufacturer states dieters do not need to do anything else. The company wants individuals to believe you can eat how you want, not exercise, take Java Juice Extreme and lose weight? This is either deceptive practices or this is the real deal. We will take a closer look to see if the supplement will work as designed or if the supplement is just another supplement making unsupported claims.
List of Ingredients
- Green Coffee Bean Extract
Java Juice Extreme is a dietary supplement claiming to increase weight loss, suppress appetite and ignite fat loss to the tune of five pounds in one week. The claims are fascinating, but unfounded by clinical trials or scientific research. The only information provided supporting the claims is a snippet from the Dr. Oz show relating to green coffee bean extract.
The concern relating to green coffee bean extract is the lack of scientific evidence the ingredient is an effective fat burner. There are no clinical trials associated with the ingredient. The effectiveness falls from the hands of the manufacturers promoting their particular products.
Aside from the lack of scientific evidence, we have to note the price. Since there is no official website for Java Juice Extreme, we had to locate the supplement on a third party site such as Amazon.com. The price is approximately $50 for a 30-day supply. This is a high cost for a supplement with no guarantee of working as described.
- The ingredient list is available online.
- Customer testimonials are available online.
- There is no clinical trials or scientific research associated with the supplement.
- There is no guarantee of weight loss.
- The supplement does not contain proven weight loss ingredients.
- The supplement is expensive.
- Losing five pounds of fat in one week is virtually impossible.
Java Juice Extreme is another in a long list of dietary supplements attempting to claim weight loss without clinical studies of scientific proof. The product claims dieters will lose fat and experience appetite suppression, not only weight loss. Throughout the website, there is information stating the supplement is doctor approved. Upon further review, the manufacturer takes a statement from Dr. Oz about the potential effects of green coffee bean. Too many times, supplement companies takes ambiguous statements from television and use them to mislead the dieter looking for a supplement to assist with weight loss.